Whether you’re reaching out to your community with a social media post or need to print invitations for your girls to share with their friends at school, Girl Scouts has you covered. We invite you to take advantage of the tools and resources created by and for GSCCC.
You’ll also find some helpful tips on how to use the Girl Scout brand and logos, including information on setting up a website or social media account for your Service Unit or Troop.
Don’t see what you’re looking for? Have a great idea on how to promote Girl Scouts in your area? Email our Council’s Marcomm team or call 757-410-1475.
Glossary of Girl Scout Terms: A glossary of frequently used names, words, dates and concepts in Girl Scouting.
Be a Brand Champion: Guidelines for creating social media, website, print and products, including a “cheat sheet” of usage examples for Girl Scouts trademarked symbols and intellectual property.
Creating Our Future: 110th Anniversary Challenge list for girls or supporters/alums
Partnerships in Faith Rack Card (PDF)
Place of Worship Bulletin Cover (PDF)
Place of Worship Bulletin Insert (PDF)
Digital Place of Worship Bulletin Slide (900x630)
“All fun. No filter. Be a Girl Scout.”
Girl Scouts is better with friends! Volunteers (and girls) can earn their Girl Scout Recruiter patch by inviting their friends to join!LET'S GO
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?
Fill out this form for your story to be used in Council communications (website, blog articles, social media, GSCCC Magazine or sent to local media outlets). We can’t wait to hear from you!
Please be sure all girls in photos have signed photo release permission before submitting. Contact the Public Relations Manager if you have any questions.