The 1910 Society was named in recognition of the year when the visionary early leaders founded the Boy Scouts of America, which was patterned after a fledgling, but popular, Scouting program developed in England by Sir Baden-Powell.
Individuals or organizations that contribute $25,000 or more to the Central New Jersey Council's endowment fund are honored in this prestigious group. Members receive a leather-bound edition of the Boy Scout Handbook, distinctive pin, and framed certificate. We salute Central New Jersey Council's 1910 Society members for perpetuating Scouting's future through their generosity.
Should you have any questions, please call Steven Benini at (732) 823-1395 x21 or e-mail him at Steven.Benini@Scouting.org.
Donald Daoust - September 5, 1996
George Heinze - December 26, 2001
Adam Siodlowski - August 9, 2005
Ray Vanden Berghe - April 15, 2003