Get ready to earn your badge in National Girl Scouts Day! On this special day, we celebrate all the hardworking, cookie-selling, adventure-seeking girls who are part of the amazing Girl Scouts organization. So grab your sash, put on a brave face, and let's dive into the exciting world of Girl Scouts!
It's national girl scouts day on the 12th March.
March 12th is recognized as National Girl Scouts Day to honor the incredible organization that has been empowering young girls for over a century. Founded by Juliette Gordon Low on March 12, 1912, the Girl Scouts have provided a safe and inclusive environment where girls can develop leadership skills, foster friendships, and make a positive impact in their communities.
From camping adventures and outdoor activities to skill-building workshops and community service projects, Girl Scouts offers a myriad of opportunities for girls to learn, grow, and have a whole lot of fun along the way!
The story of Girl Scouts began with one determined woman - Juliette Gordon Low. Inspired by her own experiences and the desire to create an organization for girls, she gathered a group of 18 girls from Savannah, Georgia, and started what would become a worldwide movement.
Since its inception, the Girl Scouts has grown into a global sisterhood, with millions of members across the United States and in numerous countries around the world. Through their commitment to the Girl Scout Promise and Law, these young girls grow into confident leaders who make a difference in their communities and beyond.
Celebrating National Girl Scouts Day is as easy as eating a box of delicious Girl Scout cookies (or two!). Support the organization by purchasing these iconic treats and savor every bite while knowing that your sweet tooth is contributing to the development of future leaders.
Another fantastic way to celebrate is by volunteering your time with a local Girl Scout troop. They always need enthusiastic and passionate individuals to lead activities, share their skills, and mentor young girls.
And if you were once a Girl Scout yourself, take this day as an opportunity to reconnect with your fellow troop members and reminisce about the fun memories and life lessons you gained through your Girl Scout journey.
In 2019, a record-breaking 100 million boxes of Girl Scout cookies were sold across the United States. That's enough to satisfy even the most voracious cookie monsters!
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