Volunteers are an essential part of the Girl Scout Movement. There are many ways to recognize volunteers for their time and dedication. Whether in the form of a simple “thank you” for a small job well done or a formal commendation for years of faithful service in a key position, acknowledgment is a signal to the recipient that she or he is noticed and appreciated.
You can honor any Girl Scout leader or adult volunteer by nominating her or him for an award or by making a special recognition of your own!
Recognitions usually take the form of pins, badges, certificates or other tangible tokens. They may be presented at a special ceremony, Girl Scout meeting or recognition event such as the Volunteer Celebration and Annual Meeting.
Please remember to recognize the adults who are focused on making the Girl Scout experience fun, positive and available to girls and adults everywhere.
RECOGNITION OF THE MONTH:
Volunteer Appreciation Week and Girl Scout Leader's Day
Show Girl Scout volunteers you care during Volunteer Appreciation Week (Sunday-Saturday, April 6-13, 2014) and Leaders' Day (April 22) with personalized cards, creative gestures or a fun gift.