Juliette Low Legacy Society
Celebrating 20 Years
It took one visionary woman to create the Girl Scouts—it takes thousands of believers to carry it forward.
The Juliette Low Legacy Society was established in memory of our founder Juliette Gordon Low to thank and honor friends of Girl Scouts who choose to make Girl Scouts part of their legacy and a beneficiary of their estate plan. The Society celebrates those who have made a contribution of $10,000 or more to the endowment through their estate plans or as an outright gift.
Everyone has the opportunity to include Girl Scouts in their estate plans, and make a big impact. It can begin by simply writing a will, but it can also include changing beneficiaries of life insurance policies and retirement accounts, or providing lifetime income for yourself and others through a charitable trust. Click here for ways to include our Council in your estate plans.
Help us guarantee a legacy of Girls Scouts, and join the Society today! Simply fill out the membership form. Make a planned gift and become part of the Council’s Juliette Low Legacy Society today!
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By joining the Juliette Low Legacy Society, you are ensuring the future of Girl Scouting in this region. Your gift will help countless girls realize their dreams and become tomorrow's leaders. Through your generosity, girls will grow into active and engaged members of society and develop their full potential in their chosen fields. See a list of our current Juliette Low Legacy Society members. You can recognize Society members by the special trefoil with pearl center pin or tie bar they wear. Perhaps you already know someone who has joined.
All new members are invested in the fall at a special Juliette Low Legacy Society Investiture Tea event. In a special ceremony, you will be pinned by the President of the Board and the Chief Executive Officer.
Sample language for a bequest:
$____ or _____% is designated to the Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital Endowment. (Federal Tax ID# 54-0732-966).