Girl Scouts is a Family Affair
This is a sponsored post
Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana serves more than 12,000 girls throughout the western half of
Kentucky and Southern Indiana. The critical link in securing their future is you. Girl Scouts is a
volunteer delivered program. We can only fulfill our mission if people like you are involved as
leaders, role models and financial supporters. I invite you to be a part of our girls’ stories.
One of the greatest opportunities in our country today is the untapped talent among the girls in
our communities. Girl Scouts has a proven track record of influencing the lives of many
successful women. In fact, eight out of 10 Girl Scout alumnae attribute their personal and
professional success to Girl Scouting.
So, why not make the Girl Scout experience a family affair? At Girl Scouts, girls and their
families have the potential to enjoy more than they ever thought possible! Whether it is attending
camp, going on field trips, or giving back to the community, it’s all possible at Girl Scouts!
The Kentucky Science Center facilitates our on-site MakerPlace in Louisville, and the program is
based on the popular Maker Movement popping up in communities across the country. The
MakerPlace brings science, technology, engineering and mathematics to life through designing,
building, tinkering and inventing using ordinary, everyday items, gizmos, and gadgets. Girl
Scouts offers fun adventure and outdoor opportunities for family camps at one of our seven
beautiful camp properties in Kentucky and Indiana.
girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. For more than 100
years, we have opened doors of opportunity to all girls. No other organization provides more
quality opportunities for girls to learn and lead than Girl Scouts. Three key experiences comprise
the foundation of our formula for leadership development: we help girls discover themselves,
connect with others and take action to create positive change in their communities. We provide
unmatched opportunities to develop career skills in fields that have gaps in female talent, such as
science, technology, finance and the environment.
How can you help?
Whether you engage individually or engage your family, there are many ways that girls need you
to share your time, talents and resources.
- You can serve as a volunteer working directly with girls as leaders, program facilitators,
mentors, role models or speakers. You can help in areas of program strategy and planning,
aligning the expertise of your organization with related Girl Scout programs, such as technology,
health and wellness and the environment.
- Opportunities also exist to support Girl Scouts financially as an individual or corporate donor,
event or program sponsor, or a partner in funding strategic initiatives.
Consider the possibilities when we invest in our future — when we invest in our girls. The
opportunities are limitless. Together, we grow leaders and we change lives. For more
information, go to www.gskentuckiana.org.