Support a Girl Scout Program
Girl Scout Cookie Program – Promoting Financial Literacy
Through Girl Scouting, girls become leaders in their daily lives and prepare for their bright futures too. The Girl Scout Cookie Program provides an important ingredient for leadership by helping girls develop five key skills: goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics. All proceeds generated from the GSACPC cookie program stay within the council.
Girl Scout Journeys – The Girl Scout Leadership Experience
A key part of Girl Scout leadership is the journey. The Journey Series are activities grouped around a theme and connected to tools that help girls map the experience. This is where girls discover, connect, and take action to make the world a better place.
Just-Us Social Justice Programs
These prevention and early-intervention programs are aimed at breaking the intergenerational cycles of abuse, poverty and crime, and offer a range of services to girls living in housing projects or homeless shelters, and girls involved in the juvenile justice systems.
World Thinking Day
Each year on February 22nd, Girl Scouts from around the world participate in activities, games, and projects with global themes to honor their sister Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in other countries. World Thinking Day not only gives girls a chance to celebrate international friendships, but is also a reminder that Girl Scouts of the USA is part of a global community: one of nearly 150 countries with Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.
Girls In Science and the Design and Discovery Day Camp
Intel developed the curriculum for two Girl Scouts initiatives. These gatherings allow girls to become fluent in science, technology, engineering, and math skills (STEM skills) that are essential to restoring competitiveness to the Arizona and U.S. economies.
This Girl Scout/Dove self-esteem program helps girls feel better about themselves by helping them develop the skills necessary to face life's challenges. The core program curriculum, which integrates the latest research from the Girl Scout research institute, consists of fun, hands-on activities that guide girls through simple exercises that help them understand and build self-esteem.
Girls Go Extreme!
Girls go camping, canoeing, mountain biking, rafting, climbing, geocaching, kayaking (and much much more) every month and as often as they like. Trips include camping in tents, cooking food outside, learning Leave No Trace, hanging out with new friends and doing "extreme" activities.
Girl Scouts of all ages around the country are engaging in community action projects to preserve our environment. The project will grow as we near the celebration of 100 years of Girl Scouting in the United States in 2012.
Oxford Leadership Program
This program focuses on personal leadership as a vehicle for world change. Girls learn to evaluate their own strengths and weaknesses, manage stress generated by school, family and life in general, and make strong decisions that affect their future and the future of their communities.
AuthoringYour Own Life (AYOL)
AYOL is a dynamic personal leadership development program for Girl Scout volunteers and troop leaders. Participants engage in a process of reflection, exploration and regeneration designed to enhance the ability of volunteers to serve girls by modeling inner leadership and community action.
To join us as a program partner, contact our Fund Development staff at 602-452-7000 or 800-352-6133. You can also reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.