We’d like to take a moment to give a special shout-out to our longstanding partner, Publix Super Markets Charities. Publix Charities is dedicated to making lives better in the communities where they live and work and to building hope and nurturing potential for youth. As a committed Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines partner … Continue reading Donor Spotlight: Publix Super Markets Charities
Voter Girl! 2023
On Saturday April 1, 2023, over 50 Girl Scouts from Daisies to Cadettes visited Camp Mary Atkinson for the Voter Girl! event. Throughout the day, Girl Scouts were given the opportunity to meet and work with a dozen volunteers from the Wake County League of Women Voters and 7 elected officials. Through the various activities … Continue reading Voter Girl! 2023
New Program Year, New Look for our Mobile Program Vehicles!
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 … Continue reading New Program Year, New Look for our Mobile Program Vehicles!
Donor Appreciation Week 2022 : Girl Scouts Just want to have fun!
Every October, we celebrate a vital group of people who make everything we do at Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines possible: our donors. These champions of girl ambition generously give back to ensure all Girl Scouts can grow, explore, and lead. This year, we are celebrating donors who empower Girl Scouts to explore, … Continue reading Donor Appreciation Week 2022 : Girl Scouts Just want to have fun!
Summer Leadership Camp 2022
The week of August 1st was an exciting one at Camp Mary Atkinson, as we hosted our Summer Leadership Camp. Coming from across central and eastern North Carolina, 47 Girl Scouts participated in the week-long resident camp focused on self-esteem, communication, leadership, project planning, and relationship-building. Campers completed hands-on activities and games to spark conversation … Continue reading Summer Leadership Camp 2022
Who Runs the World?
The past two years have been hard for everyone, but women have had it especially rough. Women were more likely than men to stop working during the pandemic and are still more likely to consider quitting or downgrading their work.[i] And recent product shortages like baby formula and sanitary products have been especially challenging for … Continue reading Who Runs the World?