As we roll into the new membership year, we’re so excited to unveil our newly transformed “Daisy” and “SaVannah” vehicles. Both vans received a bumper-to-bumper makeover, and the new looks embody the fun spirit of Girl Scouts. Launched in 2015 and 2017, respectively, “Daisy” and “SaVannah” have become an integral part of how we bring STEM, healthy living, outdoors, and leadership programming to Girl Scouts across our diverse 41-county footprint.
Over the last year, the mobile program has served 1,989 girls and 496 volunteers at 81 events and programs. From participating in a gum drop challenge in Ft. Bragg to working with Tinkerlabs in Simpson; from creating outdoor art in Vance County to earning Astronomy space and science badges in Moore County, Girl Scouts tackled it all! Because of the mobile program, more girls across our council have access to fun, hands-on activities to enrich their Girl Scout Leadership Experience.
The rebranding of our mobile vehicles was made possible by our amazing sponsors, who will also be supporting the delivery of mobile programming over the next three years. Truist is continuing its legacy of investing in “Daisy,” our very first mobile vehicle. Our larger vehicle, “SaVannah” is generously supported by the PNC Foundation, Publix Super Markets Charities, and WakeMed. Thanks to these corporate partners, our mobile program will continue to be on the road and helping to build confident, courageous leaders across central and eastern North Carolina.
If you’re interested in having the mobile program at your next troop meeting or event, complete the Mobile Program Interest Form, and we’ll be in touch!