Maury Clancy Indian Campership Fund
This campership fund was created in 1971 to help provide funds to those American
Indian Scouts needing assistance to attend resident camp. The fund was subsequently
named in memory of long-time national committee member Maury Clancy, who contributed
significantly to the Order. Mr. Clancy emphasized the significance of our nation's
American Indian culture and worked to encourage the preservation of our American
Indian heritage. Lodges may contribute to this fund through their section at will,
thereby increasing the fund and enabling more camperships to be awarded.