Girl Scouting = Girls' Success Factor
Girl Scouts across age levels exhibit stronger leadership outcomes than non-Girl Scouts. With regard to all five leadership outcomes, Girl Scouts fare better than non-Girl Scouts. Girl Scouting particularly impacts girls’ abilities to step outside their comfort zones, manage healthy relationships, and be civically engaged in their communities. For example, three out of five Girl Scouts seek challenges and develop healthy relationships compared to only two in five non-Girl Scouts, and Girl Scouts are twice as likely as non-Girl Scouts to identify and solve problems in their communities.
See below how you can help this #GivingTuesday!
This #GivingTuesday (November 27, 2018), we hope to raise much needed funds that will support the programs that help girls develop their courage, confidence, and character – girls who will make the world a better place!
There are so many different volunteer opportunities at Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan, and we need leaders, like you, to be the support and guidance that Girl Scouts and the organization needs! Learn more here.
We need your help to spread the message. Share this page on your social media. Together, we can ensure that all girls in the Heart of Michigan are prepared for a lifetime of success!