The organisation,which is run entirely by volunteers, is looking to raise money so that all cub scouts in the borough can take part in a centenary celebrating camp. They have enlisted the help of mascot but still need the help of traders to pledge some prizes to encourage as many people as possible to take part.
"We have approached many companies locally to see if they would sponsor any of the sections or make a donation toward our next event the Snaggle hunt," a spokesperson said.
"A few have stepped forward and offered us prizes and both Paul Burstow and Tom Brake have kindly donated a tour for four of the Houses of Parliament with tea on the Terrace. Surrey Cricket donated four tickets for a match which we raffled as their season was almost over before the Hunt finished, but we need more.
"Snaggles has images of him undertaking the type of activities Cubs do during their challenge programme badges as per the attachment.
"We located 30 addresses across the Borough with vaguely appropriate businesses who were prepared to display the A4 images, with unique numbers, throughout the summer holidays. We were unable to get anyone to hold paper entry forms and collect the entry fee, so decided to use our My donate page to collect payment https://mydonate.bt.com/events/snagglehunt/149010
and then they send us their receipt number and we issued an entry form containing postcodes and a map with location points.
Snaggles Hunt page http://snaggles2travel.co.uk/wp/?page_id=3199 on the website has a map and images which would help them realise that it is not the same picture they are looking for.
"The first correct entry received will receive £50, but all other entries will go into a draw in September for all the other prizes.
It is basically a treasure hunt using postcodes and a map to find their way round Sutton( An activity we try to undertake with our Cubs)"
Anyone interested in offering to support this event should contact firstname.lastname@example.org