Spring Candy Sale

The spring sale is held to help Scouts earn money to help pay for Day Camp, Cub Resident Camp, Scouts BSA Summer Camp, and High Adventure trips. The Northern Lights Council is partnering with World’s Finest Chocolate again this year!

Important Dates
  • 2nd order due by Noon on April 18.
  • Product will be available for pick up by May 2
Payment Due Dates
  • Payment for product ordered in March is due no later than April 18, 2022
  • Payment for product ordered in April is due no later than May 27, 2022
  • Payments not received by the 27th of May will assess a 5% late fee.
What’s in the Box:

18 – Caramel Bars
12 – Almond Bars
12 – W.F. Crisp Bars
6 – Milk Chocolate Bars
6 – Dark Chocolate Bars
6 – Wafer Bars

Scouts Can Earn Their Way To Camp

Each bar sells for $1.00. With 60 bars per box, the total resale will be $60 with each Scout earning $15.00 for each box sold.

To attend Cub Scout Day Camp:

  • Sell 3-4 boxes and earn $45 to $60
  • Day Camp registration is $40 to $50

To attend Cub Scout Resident Camp:

  • Sell 10 boxes and earn $150
  • Resident Camp registration is $150 (early bird rate)

To attend Scouts BSA Summer Camp:

  • Sell 22 boxes and earn $330
  • Summer camp registration is $330 (early bird rate)

Units Signup and/or Place orders here:

Each unit should have one person serve as the spring sale coordinator. Only one person should place the order for the unit.

Tips for a Successful Sale
  1. Recruit a coordinator to oversee your sale
  2. Educate the parents on the direct benefits to them – i.e. Scout sells X cases and earns their way to camp. Explain why this is such an important fundraiser, state goal, uses, explain the prize program, achievements that can be earned, etc.
  3. Have a big kick-off for the Scouts to get all materials and product and get everyone excited to sell! 
  4. Have a unit “Blitz Day” where every Scout in the Unit goes out selling and whoever sells the most gets a prize.
  5. The more people you ask – the more you will sell.
  6. Set-up a table at a local business to help the Scouts sell product.
  7. Not every house will buy so do not become discouraged.