'Tis the season, Girl Scouts! Need some help getting into the holiday spirit? We've got you covered-- Girl Scout style! With the help of our council shops, we have some excellent ideas to help you get into the holiday spirit while showing off your Girl Scout pride. Whether you're looking for the perfect gift for … Continue reading Your Girl Scout Gift Guide
In the face of natural disaster, Girl Scouts know what to do—whether it’s preparing for safety or helping others in the aftermath. That is exactly what many Girl Scouts did when Hurricane Florence made its way across our council’s 41 counties in mid-September. As our Girl Scouts used their preparedness skills to gear up for … Continue reading Coming Together for Hurricane Florence
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
Lifetime membership as a Girl Scout adult is available to any individual who believes in the Girl Scout movement and wants to stay connected to the largest leadership development organization for girls in the world! By making a lifelong commitment to Girl Scouts, you support the Lifetime Membership Endowment Fund, which helps make Girl … Continue reading How Lifetime Members Can Support Girl Scouts!
By Brooke Banson, Recruitment Director Happiness, fun, friends and confidence. You’ll find this and more with Girl Scouts. Imagine the smiles, the excitement, the memories made – those the moments are endless here at Girl Scouts – NC Coastal Pines. Whether you are a troop co-leader planning meetings or working behind-the-scenes to provide awesome experiences … Continue reading Lead the Change. Volunteer with Girl Scouts today!
By Ivonne Ibarra-Guajardo, Recruitment Director Cumberland County Juliette Gordon Low had a grand vision for girls when she gathered the first group of Girl Scouts together in 1912. At that time, world was a different place for girls. Many extracurricular activities for girls were simply not offered. Low wanted more for girls – she believed … Continue reading Thinking outside Box: beyond the traditional troop