Meet Kristen Hess: a Girl Scout Entrepreneur Building Beyond Tomorrow

Our Building Beyond Tomorrow campaign was a huge success thanks to 23 dedicated fundraisers. Collectively, these individuals raised over $42,000 from 191 donors. Kristen Hess led the pack, raising over $5,000 for this initiative. Kristen is the founding Principal and CEO of HH Architecture, which she launched in Raleigh in 2005. These days, Kristen’s primary role is leading … Continue reading Meet Kristen Hess: a Girl Scout Entrepreneur Building Beyond Tomorrow

Donor Appreciation Week

Thank you for being our Girl Scout friend! From October 25-29, Girl Scouts North Carolina Coastal Pines is recognizing and celebrating our donors with Donor Appreciation Week! Juliette Gordon Low, said it best, “Ours is a circle of friendships united by ideals.”  Thank you for believing in the power of girl ambition and the Girl … Continue reading Donor Appreciation Week

Participating as a Girl Scout Juliette

Did you know you don't have to be part of a Girl Scout troop to be a Girl Scout? Girl Scout Juliettes are individually registered members who get to experience all the fun and amazing things Girl Scouts do, but on their own schedule. This is an excellent option for girls who can't commit to … Continue reading Participating as a Girl Scout Juliette

Building Beyond Tomorrow Wrap-Up

For a month, we featured some of our phenomenal Girl Scouts in our Building Beyond Tomorrow campaign and asked you to support them as they heal hearts, minds, and communities. You stepped forward. Today, we are ecstatic to share some highlights from this incredible campaign: 291 people came together to support our girls and volunteers$150,472 … Continue reading Building Beyond Tomorrow Wrap-Up

Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off this Wednesday, September 15, and lasts through Friday, October 15. Hispanic Heritage Month honors the cultures and contributions of both Hispanic and Latino Americans. Did you know that Hispanics/Latinos accounted for 25% of North Carolina’s population increase over the past 20 years and the average age of Latinos living in … Continue reading Hispanic Heritage Month