From badges and patches to highest awards, Girl Scouts challenges girls to develop important life skills like confidence, self-esteem and leadership. Girl Scouts also build life-long friendships and embrace their passions every step of the way. Is your girl ready to join?
Kiara Baxter and other National Gold Award Girl Scouts were celebrated during Girl Scouts Change the World on October 10.
She earned her Gold Award by implementing a Gold Award project, The Very Hungry Caterpillar Community Garden, where she designed and built a community garden that provided hundreds of pounds of food to serve local families experiencing food insecurity. Click continue to read more about Baxter's project.Continue >
More than ever, Girl Scouts are stepping up to stay connected with their sister Girl Scouts and to take action for their communities.
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10 Nov 2020
Girl Scout Ambassador Emma Reed of Virginia Beach recently earned the highest honor and achievement in Girl Scouting, the Gold Award in her project, Virginia Beach Butterfly Garden at First Presbyterian Church and Beach Day School.
23 Sep 2020
Girl Scout Shealyn Weed was recognized for her Silver Award Project: creating birthday boxes for Meals on Wheels.
13 Aug 2020
When Frances Carr invited her hair stylist Rosemary Knight to join her on a recent July evening at the Girl Scouts’ A Place for Girls in Chesapeake, Knight wasn’t quite sure why at first.