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Girl Scouts Advocacy Network
The Girl Scouts Advocacy Network provides a tool for you to become a voice for girls and to make a difference in your community and across the nation. Together, we can educate policymakers and community leaders on issues that directly affect girls and the Girl Scouts. By being an advocate, you will have an impact on girl policy issues moving through Congress and state legislatures.
Be the Voice For Girls
As you know, in 1912 Juliette Gordon Low founded the first Girl Scout troop with just 18 girls. Over 100 years later, more than 59 million American women are Girl Scout alumnae, and the program currently serves nearly 2 million girls. Roughly 5 percent of Girl Scouts receive the Gold Award annually. For a century, this award (and its equivalent) has inspired girls to find greatness inside themselves and share their ideas and passions with their communities.
We need your support in reminding the House about this important resolution—join us and take action now! If you previously took action, we hope you will do so again! Send a message to your representative, urging them to sign on to legislation that will honor Girl Scouts and 100 years of the highest award in Girl Scouts.
This week in Congress, a resolution was introduced celebrating Girl Scouts’ 104th birthday and the centennial the highest award in Girl Scouts. We urge you to reach out to your members of Congress to cosponsor the legislation and show their support for Girl Scouts in your state and around the country. ...