SCAS Hardship Fund
Just a reminder about the SCAS Hardship fund which the SCAS Executive has decided to allocate limited funds to assist clubs experiencing difficulty in meeting financial commitments through the current 'lockdown' situation.
Full details are available here: https://scasarchery.org.uk/scas-hardship-fund
Who we are
SCAS is the Southern Counties Archery Society. Set up over a century ago to run the Southern Counties Archery Meeting (SCAM), SCAS is a Regional Society of Archery GB, and acts to promote and encourage the sport of archery in the Southern Counties of England.
SCAS, like other regions, carries out a wide range of functions that promote or support archery such as organising and running tournaments, providing help and grants to clubs, training development and support for judges and coaches and supporting archers in the region. There's a list of regional functions here (PDF, 64kb) for information.
SCAS includes thirteen counties. All archery Clubs and Archers in the member counties are eligible to join SCAS, and most do so via their counties.
At 2017 SCAS included 16005 archers in 297 clubs.
SCAS is run by Regional Council, consisting of County representatives and elected Officers and Officials. More details on regional council and the current officials can be found here.