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?
Virtual events for adult volunteers are a blast to plan: there are so many experiences you can offer! Learn how.
Under Laura’s leadership, Girl Scouts wasn’t about how many badges we earned, it was about the the people we helped, and what we learned about ourselves.
It just takes a little energy and creativity to find ways to make any virtual event engaging, even for the youngest Girl Scouts. Check out these amazing examples and tips for planning your own event!
Now more than ever, the support of volunteers like you and our entire Girl Scout community is needed to provide girls with essential Girl Scout experiences. Check out these three ways you can deepen your impact:
A good icebreaker game in a Girl Scout meeting can do wonders to help your girls build friendships and gain confidence. Whether your girls are Daisies or teens, are meeting for the first time or are already BFFs, a well-placed, well-planned online icebreaker game can go a long way on the virtual landscape.
Social media communication is a constantly growing and evolving landscape, full of information and possibility. With so many platforms and interactions, let the Girl Scout Law be your guide as you navigate the Internet.
The classic Girl Scout parent volunteer team includes a Troop Leader, a Troop Treasurer, and a Cookie/Fall Product Program Chair. Here are just a few volunteer roles that you may want to consider in addition to your current volunteer team.
Volunteering is a work of heart, and we know Girl Scouting couldn’t happen without our amazing volunteers! Looking for new and fun ways to say thank you during National Volunteer Appreciation Month? We’ve got you covered with these six easy ways to thank your volunteers!
Let’s face it: Girl Scouts wouldn’t exist without all of the awesome volunteers who change the lives of girls each and every day! To say ‘thanks,’ here are 5 quick ideas to celebrate your favorite Girl Scout volunteers.
From snack coordinator to trip driver to troop treasurer, there are many ways parents can take an active role in your troop, and it’s important to make sure they know their help is appreciated! Whether you thank them immediately after they help out, do something special for them during National Volunteer Month in April, or honor them at your end of the year Court of Awards ceremony, here are 7 ways to thank your super troop volunteers (and hopefully inspire them to sign up to help again next year).
Recognition awards are a great way to recognize adult volunteers in a formal way. With 15 different national and council awards to choose from, you can nominate any of your fellow volunteers for their unparalleled commitment and exceptional service.