“These girls are sisters, and should be treating each other like that, no matter what they’re able or not able to do.”
“Girl Scouts is all about the girls… but if you don’t have volunteers, then the girls have nowhere to be.”
“As you empower others, it reflects back on you, and it builds you without your knowing. It’s only in time you see how much you’ve changed.”
It’s easy to be green when you’re a Girl Scout—it’s in our DNA. Our founder, Juliette Gordon Low, famously enjoyed nature. A century later, we honor Daisy’s legacy by inspiring girls to develop a lasting commitment to the environment. Across Greater LA, our Girl Scouts are lucky to have access to so many natural resources—from
When her best friend asked her to co-lead a troop, she couldn’t say no.
When you’re a Girl Scout, you become part of a vast, interconnected family. Currently, there are 59 million Girl Scout alumnae, or one out of every two women in the U.S. Girl Scout alumnae display more positive life outcomes compared to non-alumnae—which might explain why many choose to volunteer for the organization which played such
“Setting that example of volunteering, working together to make cookie season an even bigger success, is so important.”
Girl Scouts has a long and storied tradition of bringing girls together for fun, challenging experiences and spurring lifelong friendships. For more than 59 million women in America today, Girl Scouts is a cornerstone of their childhood (and adolescent) experience. Two GSGLA Cadette Girl Scouts are honoring Girl Scouts’ beloved place in our collective memory—for
“They learned that they can make changes in their community when they step up and get involved.”
Congratulations to our scholarship winners!