Welcome to Quivira Council
Quivira Council, Boy Scouts of America was incorporated on March 11, 1918, chartered
by the Rotary Club of Wichita. Since then it has been our honor to instill in the youth we serve the values and traditions that make Boy Scouts of America stand apart in the crowd. Thirty counties throughout central and south-central Kansas are served by the Quivira Council. Our office is located at 3247 N. Oliver Street in Wichita, Kansas. If you
are not involved in Scouting today, please let us know how we can serve you by calling
(316) 264-3386. Join the adventure today!
Friends of Scouting
Three little letters. One big impact. FOS, or Friends of Scouting, is the most direct way to support the development of tomorrow’s leaders today. Friends of Scouting enables you to pay it forward at the most basic level, by providing programs, training, camps, and adventures for today’s youth so they can, in turn, become the leaders of tomorrow. Your tax-deductible gift goes much farther than you think! It’s amazing what three little letters can do. Please consider a gift of $15.00 or more per month. You have the option of making a onetime gift or supporting Scouting all year long with a recurring gift. Every gift is appreciated so very much.
In Memory of Donna Boesker
It is with deep regret that we inform you of the passing of one of our most loyal supporters, Donna Boesker. Donna retired in August 2014 after having served 11 years as the council Chief Finance Officer.
Donna was a member of the AICPA, ACLU, and League of Women Voters. She volunteered with Rainbows United and loved watching college basketball, reading and watching T.V. Donna was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother who loved spending time with family.
In honor of Donna and her commitment to Quivira Council, a Memorial Brick honoring her hard work and dedication will be placed at the council office. If you wish to contribute to this effort, donations can be made online or by mail.
Scouts BSA is the traditional Scouting experience for youth in the fifth grade through high school. Service, community engagement and leadership development become increasingly important parts of the program as youth lead their own activities and work their way toward earning Scouting’s highest rank, Eagle Scout.