The Girl Scout Movement is made up of individuals who hold beliefs as varied as our nation itself. Because all girls have a home at Girl Scouts, we encourage each member of our Movement to form her own ideas, opinions, beliefs, and political ideology.
At our core, Girl Scouts aims to inspire girls to be leaders in their own lives by building the courage, confidence, and character to raise their voices and be advocates for the issues and ideas important to them.
Girl Scouts use their determination to lead every day in the fight for a clean environment, racial and gender equality, safety issues, local concerns, and so much more. Leadership is why the effect of Girl Scouts remains so long after a girl leaves her troop meetings behind and moves on in the world.
Learn more about how Girl Scouts engage in civic action across the country.