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Sponsor a Girl Scout Event or Program

Demonstrate your commitment to girls and their communities by supporting one of our annual events or one of our programs. 

For more information, contact our Fund Development staff at 602-452-7000 or 1-800-352-6133, or by email at


Become a sponsor for one of our annual events. You’ll be reaching an influential group of women and girls with various levels of recognition that may logo placement, event recognition, advertising, and co-branded communications.

Badge Bash

Badge Bash, our largest annual fundraiser, is an opportunity for adults to see through the eyes of a Girl Scout. Guests will experience a fun night of building courage, confidence and character to make the world a better place. Bring your “troop” of friends and test your skills in earning badges and patches. Our inaugural Badge Bash will be held on Friday, November 3, 2017, at our brand new Bob & Renee Parsons Leadership Center for Girls and Women at Camp South Mountain. Please check back here soon for more event and sponsorship information.


Gold & Silver Awards Celebration

The Gold and Silver Awards Celebration is a well-deserved recognition for the families and recipients of the prestigious Gold and Silver Awards – the highest awards a Girl Scout can earn. Prior to the award ceremony, there is an opportunity for guests to talk to the girls about their Gold Award projects and view the displays they have created. This event is held annually in the spring.

Thin Mint Sprint

Dust off those running or walking shoes and join us for our annual 5K Thin Mint Sprint! Featuring activities and community partners that promote healthy living, sports and fitness, this is open to Girl Scouts, family and friends. There are many ways to get involved in addition to sprinting or strolling: create a running team sponsored by your company, sponsorships, host a vendor booth, or volunteer at the event.

Cookies & Cocktails and Trefoils & Ties

Cookies & Cocktails or Trefoils & Ties is an opportunity to share your love and passion for Girl Scouts with your friends and close networks. Create a space for dialogue on the power of supporting the tradition of Girl Scouting and importance of investing and developing girl leaders in Arizona. You invite the friends; we’ll bring the cookies! Please reach out to us at directly to connect about hosting one today! 


You can have a direct impact on the quality of Girl Scouting and the opportunities available to girls by providing sustaining support to our programs. Read about the options and programs below that include financial aid and camperships, improving our camp facilities, reaching girls at risk, and building organizational capacity for the Arizona Cactus-Pine Council.

Girl Scout Camp

Our camps are a place where girls can create memories, make new discoveries, develop lifelong friendships, and learn new skills. Girls learn to care for the environment and feel part of the camp community. Our camps are accredited by the American Camp Association and are open to all girls. Your support for our camps would be used to maintain and improve the facilities.

Leadership Development

GSACPC offers dynamic personal leadership development programs for both girls and adults. Through programs such as Authoring Your Own Life and Live, Love, Lead participants engage in a process of reflection, exploration and regeneration designed to enhance the ability to nurture inner leadership and community action.


Girl Scouts provides a nurturing space with opportunities for girls to grow and learn new things. In addition, Girl Scouts provides girls with the programs to build their confidence, character, and skills for success in the world. From traditional troops and independent experiences to community programs and specialized events, we provide a safe space for girls to grow, share new experiences, develop core values and contribute to society. Because of your support, we are able to do more for and with girls in our community specifically through special initiatives aimed at making Girl Scouting available to all girls everywhere, no matter what her circumstances are. 

Girl Scouts Beyond Bars

GSBB equips girls ages 5 to 17 whose mothers are incarcerated with the tools they'll need to succeed, while strengthening the mother/daughter bond through regular visits. Mothers and their daughters take an active leadership role in the planning and implementation of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, a process that fosters life skills development and personal growth. After release, parents and daughters can continue to participate in troop meetings in their communities, making Girl Scouting a consistent and supportive presence in their lives.

Girl Scouts Youth Engagement & Support (GSYES)

GSYES provides year-round engagement opportunities for girls from a variety of life circumstances residing in communities where Girl Scouting has not yet taken root. GSYES aims to provide dedicated prevention programs and a wide range of services in partnership with the community to serve girls (ages 5-18). The programs are free for participants, staff and volunteer driven. The programs are delivered in safe, nurturing environments (approximately 55 locations valley-wide) where girls develop strong leadership skills to thrive throughout their lives and strengthen their communities. 

Girl Scouts in Detention Center (GSDC)

Girl Scouts in Detention Centers is the only national gender-specific program serving females who reside in group homes or have been incarcerated or detained and encourages these girls (ages 12−17) to embrace new ways of viewing themselves: as leaders full of potential. Established in the 1990s, GSDC serves girls in all areas of the juvenile justice system, including those in secure detention, in residential treatment, on probation, at alternative high schools, and in community troops after their release. The program provides year-round activity with weekly meetings within the juvenile correction systems or group homes and then continuing community troop support once girls are released.