Kits and Patches
Planning fun and interesting activities for Girl Scout troop meetings, service unit events, or even while camping takes time. Fortunately, our program kits make Girl Scouting easier for new leaders and those who have been in Girl Scouting for many years. The kits are designed to enhance the Girl Scout Leadership Experience by providing hands-on activities that help girls earn badges, Journey awards, and patches. Each kit contains directions along with resources and the non-consumable items needed to complete the activities. Program kits can be requested and picked up at a Council office near you. Use the links below to learn more about the kits offered and to request one for your troop.
Girls love to earn badges and Journey awards they can display on their uniforms. But that’s not all–there are patches too! Patches can celebrate a troop activity like: a trip to the skating rink or a sleep over in the leader’s basement. Girls can also earn patches by completing programs unique to our Council: explore the Nation’s Capital, learn about African-Americans in Congress or how to be safe when outdoors in the sun. Upon completion of the program, girls can purchase the patch from our Shop. Girls from any Council are welcome to participate and order their patches from our Council Shop.
- African-Americans in Congress
- Be A Pal
- Be Prepared: Emergency Preparedness
- CHICAS: Discovering Hispanic Heritage
- Coles Trip Treasures (Currently unavailable)
- Discover the Nation's Capital – Gardens Segment, Statuary Segment, Transportation Segment
- Gift of Trees
- Grow Strong – Dasiy, Brownies and Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors
- Including ALL Girls
- Intellectual Property (IP) – Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior
- Raise Your Hand
- Sports Awareness
- Staying STEM
- Sun Safety
- Water Drop – Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior and Ambassador
Our members can rent camping equipment, flags or program kits from our Equipment Center. We carry cooking and backpacking equipment, tents, ground covers, shelters, tarps and mallets, flags as well as program kits. All equipment is loaned on a first-come, first-served basis. To reserve equipment please go here.
New: Bridges are now available to borrow for your bridging Ceremony, thanks to William Cali's Eagle Scout Project, Occoquan District, National Capital Area Council. William is pictured with his two Girl Scout sisters.
Girl Scout Equipment Center
14524 Lee Rd
Chantilly, VA 20151
Pick-ups are by appointment only