By Lois “Lofi” Hirshman, alumna and volunteer Lofi celebrates her 77th year as a Girl Scout today, October 10th. Her Girl Scout career includes time as a girl in Pennsylvania, a leader in New York, and a beloved volunteer in Chapel Hill. In addition, Lofi makes a yearly contribution to Girl Scouts – NC Coastal … Continue reading WHY WE NEED TO SUPPORT GIRL SCOUTS TODAY
Emily Hill, Director of Individual Giving The day before Mothers’ Day had me driving up to Annapolis, Maryland for a very special reason. Friends of Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines, Bob Schmitz and Amy Csorba, had made a gift in honor or Amy’s 80-year-old mother, Sue, and we were about to surprise her … Continue reading Generations of Impact: How 25 years of services led to $20,000 for girls
By Emily Hill, Director of Individual Giving As our 2014 Campership fundraiser winds down, we send our thanks to the more than 95 individuals who made contributions to help send girls with financial need to our Girl Scout camps this summer. We raised $8,200 for the 2014 Campership Fund, just shy of our ambitious goal … Continue reading Two teenage Girl Scouts give girls experiences of a lifetime!
By Emily Hill, Director of Individual Giving, GSNCCP Today we launched our 2014 Campership fundraising drive, which collects donations to help Girl Scouts – NC Coastal Pines provide scholarships for girls across our 41 counties to attend summer camp. As I was conducting research to craft our Campership appeal, I heard stories about girls trying new things, … Continue reading 3…2…1…Blast Off! 2014 Campership Fund
By Mary Jo Van H., Family Partnership Coordinator volunteer, Wake 13 As a 20-year veteran Girl Scout, adult volunteer, Family Partnership coordinator and Family Partnership donor, I can’t wait to experience all the fun and exciting things that lie ahead this year for our Girl Scouts and their families! I can’t wait to tell everyone … Continue reading I Can’t Wait…To Support Our Girl Scouts!
By Lisa Jones, Chief Executive Officer It’s beginning to look and feel like Spring around our Council. That yellow pine pollen, which we never have a shortage of, is covering everything in our eastern counties. Azaleas are displaying brilliant colors around our three service centers. The colorful cabins of Camp Hardee and platform tents at … Continue reading April Travels brings May Flowers – and More!