Mission, Vision & Impact
Aloha Council Boy Scouts of America delivers the promise of Scouting to youth in Hawaii on the island of Oahu, Kauai, and Hawaii, and in the US territories of American Samoa, Guam, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
The council, headquartered in Honolulu, serves these areas with offices located in Hilo, Guam, and American Samoa.
Aloha Council has 582 Scouting units chartered by over 300 different community groups that include civic, non-profit, religious, educational and business organizations across the Pacific region.
Aloha Council is recognized as the premier youth leadership organization in Hawaii and the Pacific instilling the Scout Oath and Law in youth while incorporating traditional Hawaiian values of KULEANA (responsibility), KOKUA (teamwork) and MALAMA KA AINA (respect for the land) with ALOHA.
Ages 5 to 10 in 225 Cub Scout Packs
Ages 11 to 17 in 300 Boy Scout Troops
690 young men and women
Ages 14 to 20 in 87 Venture Crews or Sea Scout ships
In Scoutreach outreach programs
132 young men and women
In middle and high school career-based Exploring programs