This Giving Tuesday Think Girl Scouts, Think Major Impact!

Whether they’re feeding the hungry in their community with both food and kindness, making life more comfortable for furry friends at the local animal shelter, or planting an eco-friendly rain garden (just to share a few examples!), Girl Scouts have been busy building a better world all year long. In fact, Girl Scout Gold Award recipients alone have dedicated 500,000 hours of service to their communities this year—an impressive number representing only a fraction of service hours Girl Scouts spend improving our communities and the world every day.


Now it’s your turn to take the lead like a Girl Scout and help us build a better world! That’s right. November 29th is Giving Tuesday—when we take a pause from the hectic holiday season to support and honor organizations like Girl Scouts, working so hard and so passionately to make our future a little brighter for girls and for everyone. And we’re asking you to be part of the impact.

But first, let’s get inspired—together! Check out some of our amazing G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)® stories and learn about how Girl Scouts are creating positive change. And while you’re at it, invite five friends to get inspired right along with you!

See that? Your investment makes possible critical, life-changing, girl-led programming that combines life skills, STEM, the outdoors, and entrepreneurship with civic engagement: everything girls need to build a better world today and tomorrow—for her, for you, and for all of us.

It’s a fact: Girl Scouts are the leaders and change-makers of today and tomorrow. Your gift will support her now during a critical time in her life and development, and continue to benefit her and society for years to come. Now that’s what we call impact!

This Giving Tuesday, give to Girl Scouts—and build a better world.



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