What can a cookie do? A Girl Scout Cookie can help girls dream more. Have more opportunities. Give more to their communities and do more than they ever thought possible. There’s more to Girl Scout Cookies.
Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania’s S’MORE magazine has been named a 2011 MarCom Gold Award recipient for outstanding creative achievement in marketing and communications. There were over 6,000 entries from throughout the United States, Canada and several other countries in the 2011 competition.
Girl Scouts of the USA, which enters its 100th anniversary year in 2012, is rolling out an all-new collection of badges aimed at giving girls the skills they need to succeed.
Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania (GSWPA) recently received a $20,000 grant from Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield in support of the organization’s Healthy Living Special Initiatives for girls.
Think more exciting activities. More fun-filled adventures. More reasons than ever to join. Think today’s Girl Scouts, offering activities that help girls realize their amazing potential and build courage, confidence and character.
PITTSBURGH–A third annual community-wide Day of Giving event, hosted by The Pittsburgh Foundation on October 4, 2011 using its PittsburghGives on-line program, will aim to top the $3.3 million raised last year for nonprofit organizations.
Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania’s (GSWPA) Annual Report was selected as a winner in The Nonprofit Partnership’s 2011 Annual Report Contest.
Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania (GSWPA) is pleased to announce Rebecca Styles as a “Girl Scout Great.”
Girl Scouts is pleased to announce that this morning our National Board of Directors unanimously voted to appoint Anna Maria Chávez, currently CEO of Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas, as our next National Chief Executive Officer.
PITTSBURGH, PA—Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania is proud to announce Ariel Schroeder as a 2011 National Young Women of Distinction honoree.