Invest in Girls. Change the World.
$2,500 Membership Extension – Help 30 girls from low-income households develop character, friendships, and life learning experiences through membership and programs of the Girl Scouts.
$1,000 In-School Scouting – Provide In-School Scouting programs, including leadership and service, self-care practices, and exploration of the arts and sciences.
$500 STEM - Help solve the STEM deficit and develop the minds of 25 of America’s future scientists, astronauts, physicians, engineers, and mathematicians through Girl Scout science, technology, engineering, and math programs.
$250 Resident Campership – Send a girl to a Girl Scout resident camp where she will acquire a new respect for nature and develop environmental leadership skills.
$100 Program Scholarship – Enable eight girls to attend a regional program that helps them develop life skills, explore the arts, math, science, health, fitness, and more.
$75 Day Campership – Send a girl to Girl Scout day camp. Day camp is a perfect opportunity for girls to experience the wonders of the outdoors in a five-day camp session.
$50 Girl Scout Essentials – Give a girl one year of membership, a Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting, one National Leadership Journey book, and essential pieces of the uniform.
$25 Uniform, Insignia, & Journey – Give a girl a sense of belonging. Provide a tunic or sash, insignia tab, membership pin, WAGGGS pin, I.D. strip, troop numbers, U.S. Flag patch, and one Journey book for one Girl Scout.
$20 National Program Portfolio – Start a girl on the road to success with one National Leadership Journey book and her very own Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting handbook.
$15 National Membership Dues – Provide one girl with one year of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE)
Sources of Funding
- Family Partnership
- United Way
- Corporate support
- Leaders for Tomorrow
- Kroger Community Rewards
- Juliette Low Legacy Society
- View our GSOH 990s for FY2014
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