As Girl Scouts embark on their journeys as leaders in a diverse world, how can troop leaders empower girls and make the world a better place by celebrating the LGBTQ+ community?
Supporting our communities is what Girl Scouts do best! But the pandemic has made community service a little more complicated. Here are 5 community service projects your girls can work on from the comfort of their couch:
At Girl Scouts of Northern California, we believe opportunity and experiences are the greatest gifts of all. Whether you are searching for the perfect gift for that proud Girl Scout in your life or you want to give back and help support the next generation of Girl Scouts, our 2017 gift guide has something for everyone.
There’s no better way to serve your community than by having the girls take the lead when it comes to planning and running an event. Having a girl-led troop not only helps girls learn to make choices, but it also shows them that many things are possible when you work together.
For the last 25 years, GSNorCal offices and retail stores have held a One Warm Coat drive in the month of November. Learn how this year’s drive went, how to participate next year, or how to host your own coat drive!
Every volunteer has the ability to make Girl Scout history. In Trina Merriman’s sixty-plus years as a Girl Scout, she built a legacy of impact for thousands of Girl Scouts across the country, from Golden Gate Bridging and San Francisco Pride Parade to awards, accomplishments, and more.
In Girl Scouts, our girls do a lot of projects that help our local communities and make the world a better place, but some awards require them to go a step further and Take Action. In this blog post, Courtney breaks down both community service projects and Take Action projects, so you and your girls can better understand the difference between the two.
With the winter season just around the corner, Haley shares 10 cool holiday activity ideas for you and your troop to wrap yourselves up in this season.
Looking for a fun fall-themed service project that your troop will love? Troop leader Angela shares 6 simple ideas for helping your girls serve their communities (and have fun doing it)!
Whether they’re volunteering their time or coordinating their own service project, Girl Scouts are known for working hard to make the world a better place. Help your girls get started and set them up for success with these 7 badges that will teach them critical civic engagement skills and get them more involved in their communities.
Spring has officially sprung, and Girl Scouts everywhere are looking forward to more sunshine as summer approaches. But there’s more to do than soak up the sun—a Girl Scout’s work is never done! Bring a little light into someone’s life with these 7 springy service projects!