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Girl Scout Week (March 12-18th)

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The Girl Scout Law & Girl Scout Promise

Girl Scouts is committed to diversity and inclusion, providing our leadership program to girls in grades K-12, of all racial, ethnic, religious or socioeconomic groups. Together, with the support and commitment of dedicated adult volunteers and role models, girls have the opportunity to find—and become—leaders in their communities and the world. 

Everything in Girl Scouting is based on the Girl Scout Promise and Law, which includes many of the principles and values common across religions. So while we are a secular organization, Girl Scouts has always encouraged girls to take spiritual journeys via their faith’s religious recognitions. Girls of all grade levels can now earn the My Promise, My Faith pin, which complements existing religious recognitions and allows girls to further strengthen the connection between their faith and Girl Scouts.

Once each year, a girl can earn the My Promise, My Faith pin by carefully examining the Girl Scout Law and tying it directly to tenets of her faith. Girl Scout relies on the community for help in sponsorship and providing meeting places. Thank you to the churches, schools, and individuals who support Girl Scouting.

Check out the blog for seven ways to celebrate Girl Scout week!