SAGGA is a national association providing skilled service to Scouting and Guiding. Started in 1957 as the Scout and Guide Graduate Association by a group of former student Scouts and Guides, SAGGA now has over 250 members in both the UK and overseas.
Although SAGGA is a SASU, it also has very close links to the Guide Association, providing equal support to both associations.
SAGGA provides a framework for its members to support the aims of the Scout and Guide Associations. This framework lets them choose what to do: building up skills and experiences, trying something new or joining in activities such as camping, winter walking, sailing and crafts.
Groups decide their own programme, so a wide range of activities take place each year throught the country and members are welcome to join in any of these activities.
SAGGA provides service such as event support and campsite maintenance both locally and nationally.