It all starts here. Juniors team up with fellow Girl Scouts to explore their community, discover a need or issue they care about, and work together to address it. It’s a chance to create a plan and make an impact on the community they live in.
Are in fourth or fifth grade
Are a registered Girl Scout Junior
Have completed a Junior Journey
Build your Girl Scout Junior team
Explore your community
Decide on a project to work on
Make a plan of action
Put your plan in motion
Spread the word
Action Step Required
To be honored as a recipient of the Girl Scout Bronze Award for the April 1, 2022 - March 31, 2023 time period, the Girl Scout Bronze Award survey must be completed and submitted by 11:59 p.m. March 31, 2023.
Troop 723 collected over $1200 in donated items for Currituck Animal Shelter.
Girl Scout Juniors Ella and Grace collected gently-used items for families.
Troop 1041 made some great outdoor improvements to Bluebird Gap Farm.
Troop 522 collected donations and built shelters to help local wildlife.
Troop 671 worked to provide resources to help local wildlife.
Troop 216 wanted to help kids at Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters.
Troop 1325 organized a book drive and installed a Little Free Library.
Troop 1087 built a pollinator garden at a senior living facility.
Troop 18 collected donations of needed items for children in foster care.
Girl Scout Bella traded plastic bags for a new bench for the SPCA.
Girl Scout Cadettes of Troop 1284 collected food for a local charity.