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As a Girl Scout alum, you know first hand how transforming a positive program can be in a girl's life. Whether you are actively involved with Girl Scouts or not, you can stay connected through the local and national Girl Scout Alums Program.

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Reconnect and Rediscover

Since 1912 millions of women (and many men) have had their lives positively influenced, sometimes even transformed, by their Girl Scout experience. Whether you are one of the more than 50 million women who were Girl Scouts, including Daisies and Brownies, or you were a volunteer or staff member who helped Girl Scouts reach their full potential, you are forever connected to a rich and vibrant movement. We invite you to stay connected and change girls' lives.

Introduce Yourself

Sign up to join the Girl Scout Alumnae Association. It only takes a moment to create a profile.

Become a Volunteer

Help out at cookie rallies, visit a local troop, or teach a workshop. Donate an hour, a day, or more – whatever fits your schedule. Sign up here!

Join the GSUSA Alums Association

Reconnect with Girl Scouts to learn about the amazing things Girl Scouts are doing today and how you can help.

Connect with Gold Award Alliance

Have an inspiring story about how Girl Scouts made a difference in your life or a professional success story? We want to hear it.

The Gold Award Alliance is an elite group of women that have earned the highest award available to them as girl members, including the Golden Eaglet, First Class, Curved Bar, and Girl Scout Gold Award. The Alliance provides an opportunity to reconnect with Girl Scouts through social media, volunteer opportunities, and special events that celebrate your ongoing leadership and service to the community. To become a member register here.

Join the Girl Scout Network on LinkedIn

Were you a Daisy, Brownie, or higher in Girl Scouts? Then you're a Girl Scout alum! We invite all alums to be a part of the Girl Scout Network, which promotes girls' and women's empowerment, leadership, and advancement in the world. Follow the Girl Scout Network on LinkedIn.

Activities and Events
Girl Scout Famous Formers

The Girl Scout Famous Formers Luncheon is held annually to honor local women who continue to exemplify the values of Girl Scouting through their leadership roles in the community.

Nominate a Famous Former for 2018

New this year is a Famous Future category for young women age 18-30. For questions, contact

Savannah Trip

May 3-6, 2018

Cost: $600 ($100 deposit due 1/15/18, $250 due 2/16/18, $250 due 3/16/18)

Registration Deadline: 2/16/18
Registrations made after 1/15/18 must pay $350 by 2/16/18

Join your Girl Scout sister for an alumnae trip to Savannah, GA in May.  Our accommodations are in the historic district at the Hampton Inn & Suites on West Oglethorpe Avenue in walking distance to most of our locations.  Your trip includes 3 nights at the Hampton Inn & Suites, dinner at the Pirates House, deluxe continental breakfast each morning, “Discover Savannah” trolley tour, lunch at Leopold’s, Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace tour, dinner at Lady & Sons, transfer to and from Tybee Island, Tybee Island Lighthouse tour, lunch at the Crab Shack, First Girl Scout Headquarters tour, Andrew Low House tour, dinner at Fiddlers Crab House, all hotel tax and gratuities for restaurants.

Transportation to and from Savannah is on your own.  If you plan to fly, transfers to and from the airport can be arranged at no additional charge.

May 3
Plan to arrive in Savannah on the afternoon of Thursday, May 3.  We will gather for a welcome dinner at the Pirates House. 

May 4
On Friday, the force will be with us as we “Discover Savannah” by trolley with a focus on Juliette Gordon Low’s influence there.  We will enjoy lunch at Leopold’s Ice Cream including a delicious scoop of their famous hand-made ice cream.   That afternoon, we will tour the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace followed by dinner at Lady & Sons.  

May 5
We will head to Tybee Island on Saturday for a tour of the Tybee Island Lighthouse and Fort Screven followed by lunch at the Crab Shack.  In the afternoon, we will visit the First Girl Scout Headquarters and the Andrew Low House.  Dinner will be at Fiddlers Crab House with free time to shop on the waterfront.  

May 6
We will depart for home after breakfast on Sunday.


Questions?  Contact Robin Thomas at or at 757-548-3809.

Troop 1996

Troop 1996 was named after the opening of our Council’s headquarters, A Place for Girls, that took place in 1996. Girl Scout alumnae have been a big part of all the great activities and events, including funding many projects, at A Place for Girls from the start! Troop 1996 was established to bring our alumnae together to help the Council staff with administrative tasks such as preparing materials for upcoming girl programs, meetings, trainings and outings each month.

Tasks include various administrative functions such as preparing meeting packages, assembling kits for girl activities, or stuffing envelopes for a mailing. Tasks will be coordinated at A Place for Girls, the Council's headquarters and program center on Cedar Road once a month from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. You may help as often and for as long as your schedule permits.

For more information or to sign up to help, contact Robin Thomas at or 757-548-3809. Advance notice is appreciated so we will have an appropriate amount of materials ready. 

Once a Girl Scout, Always a Girl Scout!

Whether you were a member for two years or 10 years, once you have become a Girl Scout you’re always a Girl Scout to us, so reconnect with the organization that helped you become the fantastic person you are today!