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The Chairman’s Circle

The Chairman’s Circle is comprised of individuals and organizations that generously support the “Keeping Our Promise” Capital Campaign for the youth of our communities with gifts of $1,000 and above.

Members of the Chairman’s Circle make it possible for the Buckeye Council to provide an excellent program with outstanding program facilities at Seven Ranges Scout Reservation and the Hoover Scout Service Center.

Members of the Chairman’s Circle set the pace for all gifts to the campaign as they provide opportunities for Scouts to grow, learn and find fun and adventure with caring adults. These opportunities lead to personal achievement, learning leadership skills and helping others through community and personal service, developing character and appreciating the great outdoors, all based upon the values found in the Scout Oath and Law.


Your generous gift of $1,000 or more to this campaign entitles you to the Chairman’s Circle and enables the Buckeye Council to continue providing an excellent Scouting experience to over 10,000 youth annually.

Beginning July 1, 2011, each gift received at the levels of giving listed below will be honored within the Chairman’s Circle. These levels of support honor the thousands of men and women who commit themselves to providing leadership to the youth of our communities. Each gift to this campaign is treated with respect and appreciation, recognizing that without this support, the Scouting program of the Buckeye Council would not be enhanced and strengthened.

These gifts may be made over a pledge period of your choice and may be made in honor of or in memory of a family member or friend.

Levels of Giving Circle

$1,000 - $25,000 Lord Baden Powell Circle
Chief Scout of the World
$26,000 - $50,000 William D. Boyce Circle
BSA Incorporator
$51,000 - $100,000 Edgar M. Robinson Circle
First BSA Executive
$101,000 - $250,000 Daniel Carter Beard Circle
First National Commissioner
$251,000 - $500,000 Earnest Thompson Seaton Circle
First Chief Scout
$501,000 - $750,000 James E. West Circle
First Chief Scout Executive
$751,000 - $1,000,000 President Theodore Roosevelt Circle
First Chief Scout Citizen
$1,001,000 - $1,999,000 President Gerald Ford Circle
First Eagle Scout to become President
$2,000,000 - $5,000,000 Waite L. Phillips Circle
Donor of Philmont Scout Ranch