side menu icon
NewsletterArchive_Web__AD2018_City Heights_ Family Night_ (69)


Our monthly council newsletters include Connections, Volunteer Voice, and Family Zone. Browse the archives of previous issues below.

Other publications include Giving Wisely, a bi-annual printed newsletter for friends of Girl Scouts San Diego, and various program-specific newsletters.


Connections: This monthly collection of feature stories connecting friends of Girl Scouting with recent GSSD events, opportunities, and mission moments is published the first week of each month. View the the current issue or archives of previous issues (below). Email to subscribe.

Giving Wisely

Giving WiselyOur bi-annual newsletter for friends of Girl Scouts San Diego comes out in print and as a PDF. Past issues are archived below. Find out more about making a gift to Girl Scouts San Diego.

Family Zone

Family Zone: Girl Scouts and their families stay in-the-know with this monthly email newsletter just for them. Look for research-driven info on issues that matter most to girls (archived below) and links to key programs and events. Become a member today!

January 2019
Expert insight:
 Your ambitious girl likely has big ideas and dreams about her future in the working world. The Girl Scout Cookie Program lets her showcase her entrepreneurial spirit and helps her learn first-hand about goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics. Help her make her dreams come true.

December 2018
Expert Insight: Are you (and your girl) feeling holiday pressure? Maintain the mental health of yourself and your family with these six holiday truths that'll make everybody’s holiday a little happier.

November 2018
Expert Insight: Did you hear that 58% of female representatives elected to the 116th Congress are Girl Scout alums? Girls are inspired! Across the country, young people are making headlines, sparking national conversations, and even getting laws changed. We're here to help you support your girl as she stands up for her beliefs (even when it's a little scary) and takes the lead. Read more!

October 2018
Expert Insight:
What can you do to raise a smart, confident girl who’s equipped to succeed in this world? Make sure she’s getting some high-quality time surrounded by girls and girls only, where she’s allowed to be herself and learn her own strengths on her own terms. Read more!

Volunteer Voice

Volunteer Voice: Our e-newsletter for volunteers comes out the second week of each month with up-to-date tips (archived below) and happenings for every Girl Scout program level (see buttons below). Become a member or volunteer today to get on the mailing list.

January 2019
Pro tip:
 We’re reaching out to new members in a new way. When a girl joins, her family will receive six short welcome emails to introduce Girl Scout traditions and resources. Encourage your families to open and read these, and refer to them (as well as the monthly Family Zone newsletter) to start conversations about the benefits of Girl Scouting for the whole family.

December 2018
Pro tip: 
As you're working with your troop to set realistic goals for the cookie program, tie your discussions into this season of giving, and remind them to plan for some of their time and funds to go toward helping others.

November 2018
Pro tip:
 Global issues don't just happen somewhere else. When girls participate in a holiday clothing drive, serve a meal at a homeless shelter, or collect gifts for families in need, they are addressing global issues, like hunger and poverty, in their local community. Ask, “What?...So what?...Now what?” to help them understand and appreciate their impact.

October 2018
Pro tip:
 Even the pros need a little help sometimes. If you or your families are having any trouble with membership (renewal or registration issues, roster inaccuracies, wrong adult role listed, etc.), contact customer care, 619-610-0821. That's why we're here!

Program-level Happenings

  • Daisy Happenings
  • Brownie Happenings
  • Junior Happenings
  • Cadette Happenings
  • Senior Happenings
  • Ambassador Happenings

Program-specific Newsletters

STEAMail: To receive this monthly email update on upcoming STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) events, activities, and resources to empower your Girl Scout, contact Claire.

Older Girls: Girls Scouts age 13+ and their parents receive occasional emails about opportunities, programs, scholarships, and more especially for girls in grades 6-12. Contact Steph to sign up.