Community fundraisers that the Council is aware of for the Scouts, the families and the Little Sioux Scout Ranch rebuilding efforts can be found below:
- "Little Sioux Uniform" photo prints | Click here for more information
- "United Methodist Little Sioux Scout Ranch Relief Effort" | Click here for more information
- "Regearing Pahuk Fund" | Any Mutual of Omaha Bank branch or mail a check payable to “Regearing Pahuk”, PO Box 34742, Omaha, NE 68134 – Click here for more information or contact Mark or Tobin at (402) 496-9683 or email@example.com
- "Rob Logsdon Fund" | Any Vantus Bank branch, or mail gifts to 329 Pierce St. Sioux City, Iowa 51101
- "Thomas Auen Fund" | Any Vantus Bank branch, or mail gifts to 329 Pierce St. Sioux City, Iowa 51101
- "Josh Fennen Memorial Fund" | Any US Bank branch; Funds to provide camping and Boy Scouting scholarships
- "Ben Petrzilka Memorial Fund" | Omaha State Bank; An account has been set up in Ben’s memory to help the family and to build storm shelters
- "Sam Thomsen Memorial Fund"| Funds will support the Nebraska Youth Camp. Gifts can be made to either the Douglas County Employees Credit Union – in Memory of Sam Thomsen or Omaha State Bank, 12100 West Center Road, Omaha, Nebraska 68144
- "Ben Petrzilka Memorial Fund"| Any First National Bank branch; An account has been set up to assist the family
- "Aaron Eilerts Memorial Fund” | Security Savings Bank, or mail gifts to P.O. Box 347, Eagle Grove, IA 50533
- "Aaron Eilerts Service & Giving Foundation"| T-shirts sold to raise funds for the Little Sioux Scout Ranch Rebuilding Fund. Click here for more information
- "Dean Family Fund" | Any US Bank branch, or mail gifts to US Bank, 501 Pierce St., Sioux City, IA 51101. Checks should be made to the Dean Family Fund
Cabela's responds to help Scouts in need : Cabela’s has donated tents, sleeping bags and other camping essentials to the Boy Scouts of America, Mid-America Council.
Alegent Health is offering grief counseling for anyone that would like to talk to a grief counselor regarding the tragedy at Little Sioux Scout Ranch. Please call (402) 717-HOPE (4673).