By doing the requirement for the TRUST award, Venturers learn to deepen their own faith and to respect the beliefs of others. They understand that trust comes from having honest and respectful conversations about faith and culture. They put their beliefs into action by doing service work in the community.
While working on the TRUST award, Venturers will learn more about themselves, their communities, their religion and culture, as well as those of others. As with many other requirements throughout the Venturing Program, Venturers will be required to share what they learn with others.
Trust Award Requirements
Download printable requirements for Venturing Trust Award (PDF format)
Download printable checkoff sheet for Venturing Trust Award (PDF format)
Download printable note sheet for Venturing Trust Award (PDF format)
Additional resources and ideas for the Venturing Trust Award
Build trust with these related ideas and achievements:
More information about the award and more resources for Venturers
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