Do a Google search for “how do you talk to kids about giving back” and you’ll get 289 million results in 0.57 seconds. While so many results can be a bit overwhelming, it’s an important lesson for children and helps to shape future philanthropists. Women Give 2013 found that children whose parents talk to them … Continue reading We almost called it PhilanTROOPic
"...and to be a sister to every Girl Scout." It’s a line you’ve recited a million times, right? But, what does it mean? Why does it matter? And how do you practice it every day? To our council, being a sister to every Girl Scout means we embrace inclusivity and we tear down barriers … Continue reading Introducing Girl Scouts Give!
By Caraline Malloy. Girl Scout Ambassador, Girl Member of the Council Board, and Media Girl If you deeply admire talented, intelligent women like Marie Curie, Martha Chase, Edith Clark or Alexa Canady, TechnoQuest is the event for you! TechnoQuest is an amazing event where Girl Scouts from near and far are able to experience what it is … Continue reading Highlights from TechnoQuest 2019
By Lisa Conklin Strickland, Girl Scout Volunteer and Juliette Gordon Low Society Member A lifetime member of Girl Scouts, Lisa Strickland of Brunswick County, is one of the newest members of our Juliette Gordon Low Society to join the Movement-wide Planned Giving Challenge. We asked her about her background and why she chose to join … Continue reading Leaving a Green Legacy
Excerpt from remarks at the 2018 Annual Meeting By: Linda Foreman, GS-NCCP Board Member, Daisy Chain Member, and Juliette Gordon Low Society Member I believe one of the most important words in our Girl Scout vocabulary is YES. This short, powerful word is the essence of our commitment to girls. By virtue of being involved … Continue reading Girl Scouting is All About YES!
By Rachel Blackmon, Girl Scout and Camp Staff Alumna and Campership Fund Donor When I was 10 years old I went to Camp Mary Atkinson for a week of summer camp and HATED it. I was extremely homesick. Things like bugs, new food, and new people were all just too much for me. But then, thanks … Continue reading The Gift of a Summer Camp Experience