Thank you for considering a donation to Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia! An investment in Girl Scouts is larger than a cause or a cure - it's a commitment to a generation. Whether this is your first donation or you are a long-time friend of Girl Scouts, your support ensures girls have opportunities to develop courage, confidence and character.
Our council serves girls in Kindergarten through 12th grade in 125 counties and includes service centers in Albany, Athens, Augusta, Columbus, Gainesville, Macon, and Savannah along with 9 camps located throughout the council footprint. (Scroll down to see council map) The administrative headquarters is near Macon, Georgia.The council also includes two neighboring counties in South Carolina and one in Alabama.
With your tax-deductible donation you provide:
Endless opportunities for leadership development and personal growth for girls throughout Georgia.
Critical funding for innovative Girl Scout Program activities and workshops.
Adult leader development opportunities for adult members.
Financial resources to maintain program and administrative properties council-wide.
Financial assistance for girls in need.
No gift is too big or too small. It is only through your generosity that we can provide girls with experiences that will help them to build the leadership skills they will need to be successful today and tomorrow.
With girls facing ever-increasing challenges, Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia is developing ever-increasing opportunities to support the needs and address the challenges girls are facing. Find the opportunities that appeal to you in supporting the nearly 20,000 Girl Scouts in Historic Georgia!
In Girl Scouts, girls learn to:
their personal best and prepare for a positive future,
with others in an increasingly diverse world, and
to become resourceful problem solvers and improve their communities!
Founded by Juliette Gordon Low in Savannah, Georgia, in 1912, Girl Scouting has now been around for 100 years! Juliette imagined that Girl Scouts could be "the magic thread" that would connect girls everywhere, and for 59 million women, the ties have never been stronger.
Thousands of Girl Scouts in Georgia take the lead in bettering their communities every year. Founder Juliette Gordon Low believed in the individual potential of each girl. Since 1912, Girl Scouts has inspired girls to become leaders through activities that are fun and personally challenging. Girls discover their potential, connect with others locally and globally and take action to make the world a better place.
Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia is brimming with wonderful resources and places to explore! We are honoring the legacy of Juliette Gordon Low as we offer Georgia’s girls the very best in leadership development.