You are that person.
Girls throughout Connecticut are depending upon us — you
and me — to make their Girl Scout experience educational, rewarding, and
Donations to our Annual Fund support our programs and
operations, including financial assistance for membership fees and
uniforms, child safety, program development, adult training, camp
maintenance, and financial assistance for camperships.
You can participate in a variety of ways:
- General Contributions: Your donation will provide vital resources to defray the costs associated with providing a complete Girl Scout experience to girls throughout our state.
Family Partnership: Through this program, families are encouraged to give – not only to support their girl’s experience, but to also teach their girls the power of philanthropy. Click here for more information.
- Campership Fund: This fund provides financial aid for girls who may not otherwise afford to attend day or resident summer camp. Give a girl a summer to remember, where she will learn new skills, make new friends, and become more confident! Click here for more information.
Workplace Giving: GSOFCT participates in many United Way and employer giving campaigns. If your employer isn’t a participant yet, just give us a call and we will make the arrangements for you.
Matching Gifts: Want to double your gift? Ask your employer about their matching gift program.
Volunteer Recognition Gifts: Some employers offer to make donations on behalf of their staff that volunteer in the community. See if your employer is one of them!
Honorariums and Memorials: Celebrate a life, a birthday, a friendship or any memorable occasion by making a donation in the name of a loved one. It is a great way to show your appreciation of someone special.
If you have questions or need more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (860) 522-0163.
Planned Giving: You can play a key role in the future of Girl Scouting by including GSOFCT in your estate plans and becoming a member of our Juliette Gordon Low Society.
||GSOFCT is a United Way Agency