Support & Fundraising


We undertake several regular and one off fundraising activities. This goes towards vital hut renovation and funding exciting activities for your children. We always need fundraising volunteers, either to head up a committee or help at events.

Catering at the Capel Military Show

For the last two years the 24th have run the burger and hot dog catering at the Military Show in July along with Guides. This is a huge undertaking made possible through the hard work of leaders and parents helpers. The profits are shared between Scouts, Guides and the Military Show.

Easy Fundraising

When you shop through this link a percentage of every transaction goes directly to the group.


We have regular collection of recycled clothes and are happy to store donations ahead of time. Please put your items into a bin bag tied securely at the top and bring along to the hut anytime. Funds raised go directly towards the group. For a list of what is or is not recyclable please visit

Ink Cartridge Recycling

There is a box in the hut for your to donate used ink cartridges for recycling. Funds raised go directly to the group. To see what is and is not accepted (no toner cartridges) visit:

Used Uniform

There is a box at the hut for parents to donate and purchase used uniform items. Please feel free to rummage and leave a donation of your discretion.


Select our group name as you checkout so that we receive the 20% cashback on all orders- 24th Dorking Scouts at
The stick on labels are great for lunchboxes and water bottles. Happy label shopping for the new school year and scouting camps.

Waitrose Community Matters Coin Scheme

We were very happy to be selected for this scheme at Waitrose in Dorking during August 2019 and hope to be again. Please look out for us if you shop there.

Community Grants

We are always looking for community grants that we can apply for to renovate the hut.
In 2018 Mole Valley District Council awarded us a grant to assist with refurbishing our now tired but sturdy hut. Along with funds raised by the group we plan to use this to provide two new toilets, disabled access, a new kitchen, new heating, fire doors and a general overhaul.
This was all kick started by a generous legacy from a former Scout Mr Roy Mansell. We are grateful to him, Mole Valley and all contributors to our fundraising efforts.

This will provide a safe space for our young people and enable us to let the halls to the local community.

Please contact our Group Scout Leader, to enquire about renting this facility

Put your phone down and what are you left with? Just teamwork, courage and the skills to succeed.’
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls