What do Girl Scouts do? Anything they set their mind to. They’re discovering who they are and what they love to do. No two Girl Scout stories are the same, but every single one will inspire you.
Girl Scout Aliya created discreet kits for teens to help address period poverty.
Girl Scout Ambassador Morgan built learning gardens for St. Mary’s Home.
Girl Scout Ambassador Katie shared her love of geocaching at Chesapeake parks.
Troop 1041 made some great outdoor improvements to Bluebird Gap Farm.
Girl Scout Ambassador Victoria created a literacy box for Shawboro Elementary.
Troop 522 collected donations and built shelters to help local wildlife.
Troop 671 worked to provide resources to help local wildlife.
Girl Scout Ambassador Caitlin hosted lacrosse clinics for military kids at LAFB.
Girl Scout Ambassador Natalie created a patch program focused on a heart health.
Troop 216 wanted to help kids at Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters.
Girl Scout Grace built bat boxes for her Silver Award project.
Girl Scout Ambassador Rachel hosted a public event to help local Veterans.
Troop 1325 organized a book drive and installed a Little Free Library.
Girl Scout Ambassador Asia shone a light on Black history at her school.
Troop 1087 built a pollinator garden at a senior living facility.
Girl Scout Lana earned her Silver Award by deciding to “Bee the Change.”
Troop 18 collected donations of needed items for children in foster care.
Girl Scout Ambassador Mary made a video series for domestic violence survivors.
Girl Scout Ambassador Virginia used Hugelkultur to build a community garden.
Girl Scout Ambassador Claire built an outdoor classroom for kids at PECD.
Girl Scout Bella traded plastic bags for a new bench for the SPCA.
Girl Scout Ambassador Mary worked with the Virginia Opera to host a free event.
Girl Scout Ambassador Ivy gathered recipes using commonly-donated foods.
Girl Scout Cadettes of Troop 1284 collected food for a local charity.
Girl Scout Cadettes collected soccer equipment to benefit Luke Messick Futbol.
We had fun exploring the outdoors at Jockey’s Ridge and Machicomoco State Parks.
Troop 1018 made some needed improvements to Camp Burke’s Mill Pond.
Girl Scouts took a guided tour of Norfolk Botanical Garden, earning patches.
This special camp session included hiking part of the Appalachian Trail.
These girls slept under the stars on the beach at False Cape State Park.
Girl Scouts spent a week with first responders at Norfolk Fire and Rescue.
Past board member continues to volunteer and support GSCCC every year.
A volunteer since 2010, Kevin Wilkinson is man enough to be a Girl Scout!
US Navy Sailors of PCU JOHN F. KENNEDY help with updates at Camp Skimino.
Amy Gary, Town Shores Service Unit, and two Cadettes answered a cookie SOS!
This Lifetime Girl Scout is following in her mother's footsteps as Troop Leader.
Girl Scout alum and Juliette Gordon Low Society member has many fond memories.
Girl Scout alum and owner of Latitude Climbing + Fitness gives back to GSCCC.
Award-winning author, owner of Blue Dragon Publishing, and a GSCCC board member.
Kimberly shared tips for a well-balanced life at at the GSCCC Volunteer Kickoff.
The co-founder, publisher and editor of VA Peninsula Media is a proud alum.
Girl Scouts celebrated National Women’s History Month at an open mic night.
This Lifetime Girl Scout is still finding ways to stay connected to GSCCC.
Girl Scouts do amazing things every single day and we want to hear about it. Did your troop participate in a special project? Did your girl excel at something new?
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