Grab your walking shoes, put on your vest, grease up the wheels on your wagon, and get ready for Fall Product Program walkabouts and lemonade stands! Just because the online program has ended, it doesn’t mean the Fall Product Program is over! Girl Scouts can continue to sell Trophy Nut products and Gift of Caring
Fall is arguably the best time of the year because we get to gather with all our friends and troop members again, regularly! So many adventures await this school year and memories to create now that weekly meetings have resumed. If you need help filling up your calendars this season, then keep reading for five
Girl Scouts can change the world! On International Day of the Girl 2022, Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles will be celebrating the incredible girls of our council with the “Girl Scouts Can” campaign. The International Day of the Girl, officially adopted on October 11, 2012, celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. This day shines
Downtown Los Angeles, aka DTLA, is one of the most active regions in Greater Los Angeles. Packed with tons of museums, eateries, and events, there is always something new to do in DTLA. This autumn is no different! Here are a few exciting things to do with your troop, family, or with friends. Celebrate Latinx
Teaching mindfulness at an early age can help your Girl Scout live a more balanced life but learning it together with the adults in her life can encourage healthy relationships and promote understanding.
2022 Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles Summer Bucket List! A complete guide to a Girl Scout’s summer vacation in L.A.!
Fall STEAM Programs for Girl Scouts in Los Angeles.
Prepare for back to troop season with this Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles Guide to Back to Troop.
Every February, the U.S. honors icons in Black history and the Civil Rights Movement. This year, Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles hopes to draw your attention to some lesser-known leaders, who paved the way for Girl Scouts of color. The first African American troop chartered south of the Mason-Dixon Line occurred in 1932 in Virginia, when Maggie L. Walker, newspaper editor,
Racism and xenophobia have no place in our organization, our communities, and our world