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United Way Chapters deal w/BSA

 

     Since the early 1990's, United Way chapters across the country have scrutinized its funding of BSA local councils and their own nondiscrimination policies. According to United Way of America, over seventy local affiliates from California to Connecticut have stopped funding local BSA councils, because of their discriminatory practices. Nationwide, BSA received nearly $84 million in 1996 from 1,400 United Way organizations.
     Below is a partial list of United Way chapters which have either totally discontinued funding BSA councils, or severely reduced funding. Additional information is available on this site for some of these chapters:

     If you know of any UW chapter which has ceased funding a local council because of the BSA's discrimination policies, please send us an e-mail with the information.
 

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