Girl Scouts has always been committed to developing girls’ curiosity and academic success. Research shows that participating in Girl Scouting is positively linked to academic achievement and school engagement. Girl Scouts are more likely to earn “excellent grades” and 2.5 times more likely to go on to earn a bachelor’s degree. What’s more, Girl Scouts are more likely than non-Girl Scouts to participate in out-of-school-time activities that engage them in active learning; today, as many girls are learning from home in a variety of ways, this is significant.
Daisy Circle is Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho’s, easy monthly giving program named after Girl Scouts founder, Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Low! This opportunity is designed to cultivate philanthropy among friends, members, and volunteers of Girl Scouts Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. Daisy Circle members create a sustainable base of individual giving and reduces our Council’s reliance on earnings from product sales.
Monthly gifts make a BIG impact! By making a financial contribution, you sustain our mission and ensure girls and volunteers have a meaningful Girl Scout experience. We hope to give more girls access to this critical program, at a time when they need it most. We have a generous financial aid program and offer girls in need, program fees, uniforms, camp experiences, strong trained leaders, and an opportunity to participate in the premier leadership program for girls. Research shows that girls learn best in an all-girl, girl-led, and girl-friendly environment.
GIRL SCOUTS HELPS GIRLS
· Form and maintain healthy relationships
· Seek challenges and learn from setbacks
· Develop a strong sense of self
· Display positive values
· Learn to identify and solve problems in their community
DID YOU KNOW?
Girl Scouts fuels the female leadership pipeline.
That is why, even in the face of a global pandemic, we cannot stop. We cannot let girls down. Just as we encourage girls to seek challenges and take healthy risks, we are taking stock of our organization’s capacity to adapt and thrive while overcoming obstacles. We are choosing to look at the challenges we face right now as opportunities.
To do this, we need the support of visionary leaders and philanthropists like you to help us provide and develop the programs that are most important to girls today. Your investment in Girl Scouts is an investment in our community, in our country and in our future. Together, we can help girls discover their untapped potential and build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. Join us.
For more information contact Julie Morin at 509-747-8091 ext 204 or firstname.lastname@example.org.