What it costs

What it costs

Scouting is an affordable way of providing a range of exciting and adventurous activities for your child.

In a 2010 survey, 75% of parents said Scouting provided the best value for money compared to other extra-curricular activities like sports and martial arts groups, youth clubs and drama or music classes.

The cost of sending your child to Scouting will vary depending on their section within the Group:

Scouting Sections Joining Fee

(one-time expense)

Welcome Pack

(one-time expense)

Termly Fees
Beavers 200 QAR 200 QAR 400 QAR
Cubs 200 QAR 200 QAR 400 QAR
Scouts 200 QAR 100 QAR 400 QAR
Explorers 200 QAR 100 QAR 200 QAR

(QAR – Qatari Riyals)

Welcome Pack includes: uniform shirt, cap, necker and woggle, activity book etc.

Fees may be collected weekly, monthly, each term or annually depending on local arrangements.

This fee covers the cost of the hire or upkeep of the meeting place, programme costs and badges. Trips, camps and activities are usually charged separately.


Young people wear core uniform of a coloured sweatshirt or shirt depending on the age range. They will also wear a special group scarf.

Uniform can either be bought from Scout Shops Ltd or through our Group Uniform Secretary. You can ask the adult volunteers in your child’s Section for more information on where to buy.

We don’t want young people to miss out through financial hardship. If concerns about finances may prevent your child taking part in Scouting or some activities, speak to your local leader, as some assistance may be available in confidence.

Where do the badges go?

You can find diagrams of the positions of badges for each section via the following links:

Beaver | Cub Scout | Explorer |