The Service Chalice Award is given to acknowledge distinguished volunteer service by adults in service to young people through service to the Unitarian Universalist Community and to the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Self and spouse nominations will not be accepted.
The adult award package contains a medal that may be worn around the neck, a lapel pin, and a personalized color certificate.
A Service Chalice candidate should:
- Have a minimum of 5 years service to the Unitarian Universalist community.
- Have a minimum of 5 years service to the Boy Scouts of America, be fully BSA trained, and exhibit past and present BSA leadership.
- Encourage and assist Unitarian Universalist scouts to earn the UUSO awards, and encourage and assist all scouts to earn the religious emblems of their faith.
- Promote religious observances at BSA functions.
- Encourage youth to participate in community service programs.
- Recruit volunteers to give leadership to Unitarian Universalist and BSA programs.
- Promote the organization of new BSA units sponsored by Unitarian Universalist congregations, where the community and congregation are receptive to organizing a new unit.
- Be a person whose character is a positive example for others.