Leaders & Volunteers
ISGF - NSGF
The International Scout and Guide Fellowship (ISGF) is an organization for adults, in support of Scouting and Guiding. Based on the Scout/Guide ideals, its essential aim is to assist its members to maintain the values learned in the youth movements, in a perspective of active support of the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) and the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS), of service within their communities and of continuous personal development. ISGF is open to former members of WOSM and WAGGGS and to adults who did not get the opportunity to be Scouts/Guides at early age and to be active Scout/Guide leaders.
National Scout and Guide Fellowship of Australia - NSGFA
Australia's Fellowship is the National Scout and Guide Fellowship of Australia and was accepted as a full member in 1961.
The Aims of the International Scout and Guide Fellowship are to encourage its members:
- to personally keep alive the spirit of the Promise and Law as laid down by Baden-Powell, Founder of the Scout and Guide Movements.
- to bring that spirit into the communities in which they live and work.
- to actively support Scouting and Guiding in these communities, in their countries and worldwide.
NSGFA represents three constituent organisations:
Baden-Powell Guild of Australia
Trefoil Guild of Australia
St Georges Guilds in Australia Inc.
The NSGFA Executive is the administrative body and consists of three representatives from the Baden-Powell Guild and three representatives from the Trefoil Guild. The Executive is rotated to a different State every three years.
- Baden-Powell Guild of Australia - Australian Guild Master's Report 2014
- NSGFA Chairman and 27th ISGF Report for AGM 2014
- Report to the NSGFA Executive
National Scout & Guide Fellowship Australia Newsletters
27th ISGF World Conference Sydney Australia
The National Scout and Guide Fellowship of Australia hosted the 2014 World Conference, 10 – 16 October, 2014 at Olympic Park, Sydney. “Friendship – beneath southern skies”.
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