Registration information about WashJam 2020, including how to register for WashJam, how to become a staff volunteer, flyers, leader's guide and other downloads, and our refund policy.
Registration for WashJam 2020 went online on November 7, 2019.
Discounted pricing has been extended, and now ends at 11:59 PM, April 30th, register now to save $5 per person!
To register, visit the WashJam 2020 Registration website, submit the number of youth and adults you wish to reserve, and pay your fees.
Early Bird Fees start at $42 per youth or adult & non-Scout siblings, $63 for Cub Family Passes, and $30 for Staff Volunteers.
Weekend Pass Pricing (as of 11/1/19):
(Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
$42 Scouts BSA (girls & boys), Venturers, Adults
$63 Cub Scout Family Weekend Pass (includes one Cub and two parents, Save $63)
$42 Sibling Weekend Pass (ages 6 & up)
$30.00 Event Staff
Prices shown are discounted, which will increase... Read More
Q: Do you need volunteers to help out on Staff?
A: Yes, volunteers are needed to help run activity stations, run the registration desk, serve as Sub Camp Commissioners and other things.
Sign up online as a volunteer staff member for $30 before August 1st*, and you will receive staff recognition items (staff t-shirt and patch**), all meals, and a 25% discount off the regular prices of WashJam branded gear.
Q: Why does the Council need a refund policy?
A: As a non-profit donation based business, it is important for the Council to show fiduciary responsibility. We are obligated to use funds wisely and in the best interest of all our members, particularly our youth. It is not financially responsible to return event funds to a non-participant at a late date, because we will have spent funds on that participant. Program materials, patches, and t –shirts, for example, are ordered well in advance, and can’t be returned.
Q: What is the Council’s refund policy?
Over 1,300 Scouting families from 10 different Scout Councils registered in time to receive the WashJam Early Bird patch.
Here's the rundown:
Blue Mountain 1
Scouts Canada 117
Cascade Pacific 119
Chief Seattle 273
GS of WW 21
Grand Columbia 17
Mount Baker 188
Inland Northwest 9
Oregon Trail 1
Pacific Harbors 608
Update: As of 3/31/20, 1601 people have registered for WashJam 2020:
Blue Mountain Council 1
Cascade Pacific Council 132
Chief Seattle Council 384
Girl Scouts of the USA 20
Grand Columbia Council 17
Inland Northwest Council 14
Mount Baker Council 213
Oregon Trail Council 1
Pacific Harbors Council 701
Scouts Canada - Cascadia Council 12
Scouts Canada - Fraser Valley Council 105
If you haven't registered yet, its not too late to get discounted pricing, a... Read More
Our Troop or Pack would like to run a Fundraising booth in the Vendor Midway. Is that OK?
If your Troop, Pack or Crew would like to put on fundraising booth to raise money for your Unit, please contact us and let us know what you have in mind.
Your fundraising idea must be approved by the WashJam Committee, and there may be restrictions involved with your idea.
Approved Scout units who want to do fundraising at WashJam will need to pay the Unit Fundraiser registration fee of $100.
To get started:
Fundraising Units register here
If your idea is approved, then ... Read More
Commercial vendors who wish to sell products & services at WashJam may apply here. The fee for a 10'x10' vendor booth is $500.
If your product or service is complimentary to the Scouting program, or supports the aims and goals of the Boy Scouts of America, your request will be reviewed for suitability.
Examples include camping/outdoor gear, food & beverage trucks, sports equipment, and more.
Approved venders may download the WashJam 2020 Commercial Vendor Agreement and submit your application.
Fee payment may be made here.