Being aware of the extra effort an individual puts forth
Thank you, Girl Scout volunteers! Every day, our adult members bring girls experiences filled with fun, friendship and discovery.
These incredible — and essential — volunteers give their time to mentor girls, inspire them, and help them discover the world around them and the spark inside them.
April is Volunteer Appreciation Month. And on Sunday, April 22, the party is especially big, as we celebrate National Girl Scout Leader’s Day. Below are a few ways to show your love and appreciation. What can we say? We love our Girl Scout volunteers!
You Help Me Grow photo contest
Win a prize for a Girl Scout volunteer who means a lot to you!
With love, patience and dedication, our incredible volunteers give their time to mentor girls, inspire them and help them discover the world around them and the spark inside. Take a photo that shows how grateful you are, upload it and tag us on social media, and you could win your volunteer a Southwest Airlines gift card, massage gift card or 100th Anniversary T-shirt. See contest details.
Winners will be announced on Facebook on Monday, April 24.
Show the world how awesome you are! The all-new, digital Girl Scout volunteer badge acknowledges your dedication to fostering emotional, intellectual and physical growth among girls in your community. You believe in the mission of Girl Scouts, are an asset to our youth's future, and are devoted to making the world a better place.
Get your digital Girl Scout volunteer badge now, then share it in your social media profiles.
Take a moment to recognize the volunteers who mean a lot to you — super troop leaders, terrific parent helpers, outstanding service unit team members and all the rest!
Show your attitude of gratitude by:
Taking the time to mention a person's good work at a service unit meeting or thank them in private
Helping volunteers attain a higher level of achievement
Recommending a person for a council-level award
Presenting a token of appreciation (try our downloadable certificate template)
Asking an outstanding volunteer to represent Girl Scouts at a community event
Encouraging an adult member to get involved on the next level (service unit, council, national)
Donating to our SHARE campaign in someone's name