Bring the exploration, fun, and learning of Girl Scouts to your family or troop. Use our self-guided PDFs or virtual patch program videos to keep your girl, your troop, and your community connected.
Completing patch programs will help your girls along their Journey, and may satisfy requirements for certain badges.
After completing a patch program, you can purchase your fun patch from our council shops for $1.25 at our council shops or by visting our online shop. Fun patches can be worn on the back of Girl Scout's vest or sash.
Every month we feature a patch program. Check back each month for activities.
September: Emergency Preparedness
Discover—Girl Scouts will learn to identify risk, how to take preparatory actions, and how to deal with emotional aspects of emergencies.
Connect—Girl Scouts will connect to their communities, both locally and nationally, as they identify agencies that work to protect their communities.
Take Action—Girl Scouts will learn to identify community needs and take action to support public safety and emergency preparedness in their communities.
All patch programs are self-guided and suitable for all grade levels.
Bees and Pollination
Cancer Awareness in partnership with Cancer Bridges
Cast Iron Cooking
Explore the S'more
Girl Scout Traditions and History
Global Girls Club - Daisy/Brownie
Global Girls Club - Junior/Cadette
Global Girls Club - Senior/Ambassador
Honoring Our Veterans
Ice Cream Making Fun
Money Masters for Daisies, Brownies, and Juniors
Money Masters for Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors
Resilient. Ready. Strong. (Girl Scouts of the USA patch program)
BlazeSports - Adapted Physical Activity
This patch is created to generate discussion, nurture an inclusive environment, and empower girls to learn the value of exercise for everyone living with a disability.
The University of Pittsburgh - Heinz Memorial Chapel
Learn about the history, historical figures, and architecture of the Heinz Memorial Chapel at the University of Pittsburgh.
FARE - Food Allergy Awareness
Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) is the world’s leading food allergy advocacy organization and the largest private funder of food allergy research. The Food Allergy Awareness patch program activities give Girl Scouts the opportunity to learn about life with food allergies, with an emphasis on raising awareness of the public health issue, which impacts 32 million children and adults in the United States.
YWCA - Racial Justice
YWCA Greater Pittsburgh, as a social justice organization, has a mission to eliminate racism and empower women. They invite Girl Scouts to engage with YWCA Greater Pittsburgh Center for Race and Gender Equity in this work.
Pennsylvania Paraoptometric Association - Vision Awareness
PPA is an association committed to enhancing the quality of eye care. They believe the activities required for the girls to earn the patch will make them more aware of the importance of eyesight and good vision care.