Ariella Hirsch with Girl Scouts of California's Central Coast invented an articulated arm for wheelchair users, which she shared with local veteran organization and their members.
Katie Wu from Girl Scouts of California's Central Coast earns her Gold Award with the project, "Let the Music Speak!" She gave free piano lessons to children from low-income families to teach musicality and creativity.
A recap of just some of the ways Girl Scouts of California's Central Coast gave back to their communities in the year 2020.
Jenna Stuck is a current senior at Royal High School in Simi Valley. She was concerned that her community lacked knowledge about feral cats and the resources available to control local colony populations. Lack of action allows feral cat colonies to continue to grow year after year, which can result in damages to a neighborhood’s … Continue reading Feral Cat Structure – Jenna Stuck
Even though your daily routine may have changed, Girl Scouts isn’t canceled! While we’ve been practicing social distancing and adjusting to change, we’ve managed to keep spirits high, stay busy, and continue to make the world a better place. Supporting Girl Scout experiences at home can be empowering for both you and your girl. By … Continue reading Girl Scouts Gone Virtual
With the whole family spending more time at home, it’s easy to get a little stir crazy. To ease the long days without school or organized sports, we’ve put together some activities that your Girl Scout (and her siblings!) can easily do at home. Beat the boredom and try out one of these ideas! Beef … Continue reading At-Home Activities to Keep Your Girl Engaged
All throughout cookie season, you’ll find excited Girl Scouts ready to sell you a box (or three!) throughout your community. While the cookies inside that box are super tasty, it’s the amazing experiences that happen outside the cookie box that make Girl Scout Cookies so special! Girl Scouts set both personal and troop sales goals … Continue reading Your Girl Scout Cookie Purchase Powers Kindness!
Janet Castrejon went to a Girl Scout recruitment event when her daughter was in kindergarten, with no intention of becoming a troop leader. She had fond memories of her own Girl Scout experience as a girl and wanted the same fun and friendship for her daughter. When she learned that there wasn’t a troop for … Continue reading Meet Our Volunteers – Janet Castrejon
Kaylee Jacques is a junior at Oaks Christian School. Her passion for video and photography inspired her Gold Award project, Video for a Cause, for which she created numerous short videos about the organization, Many Mansions, and their services. Many Mansions is a nonprofit corporation that has provided well-managed, service-enriched, affordable housing to low-income residents … Continue reading Gold Award Girl Scouts – Kaylee Jacques
Girl Scouts is the #1 girl-led organization instilling girls with the confidence and skills they need to become the leaders of tomorrow. In our safe and supportive environments, she’ll have the opportunity to try new things and get out of her comfort zone like never before. By choosing her own adventure and learning by doing, … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Become a Girl Scout