Bird Welfare Service Patch Program from MakingFriends.com
Our bird advocate program is for groups and individuals concerned about the welfare of birds.
Anyone can participate at any level. Volunteer as few as two hours of service or make a lifetime commitment to bird welfare. Girl Scouts*, Boy Scouts and other youth groups can incorporate this patch program into their existing program but you don’t need to belong to any organization to participate. Families, friends, neighbors and even individuals can make a difference in improving the welfare of birds in their community.
The suggested requirements are designed to make the program fun, educational and rewarding. All level requirements are flexible. You decide what works best for your group.
Suitable for anyone who wants to provide nourishment for local birds including:
- Achievers who can only invest a small amount of time
- Younger achievers such as Daisies* and Tiger Cubs
- Special needs groups and individuals
- Youths beginning a community service commitment
Suitable for anyone who wants to improve the quality of life for local birds including:
- Scout troops and youth groups.
- Parent/child or family volunteering.
- Individuals with concerns for local birds.
- Anyone who has completed our Feeding the Birds Service Patch Program.
Suitable for anyone who wants to advocate for the welfare of birds including:
- Troops of teen scouts and teen youth groups
- Individual teens and adults
- Younger teens with a parent or mentor
- Anyone who has completed our Bird Sanctuary Volunteer Service Patch Program.
Suitable for anyone who wants to organize and lead a bird welfare action project:
- Scout troops of older teens and teen youth groups
- Adults concerned about the welfare of birds
- Individual older teens with a parent, leader or mentor
- Anyone who has completed our Bird Advocate Service Patch Program