Below are some opportunities for girls to be of service to others in our council and in the wider community.
Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland asks girls age 14 years or
older to apply to serve as board members (two needed) and member-at-large delegates (10 needed). The application deadline for these positions, to be elected at Annual Meeting in April, 2013, is December 14, 2012. These girls will serve on our Girl Scout Delegate Advisory Council.
Below are the descriptions for these positions of service to the council and the application form. Please return this application, along with a written reference from one (1) person (non-relative and not residing in the same household) who is familiar with your qualifications for Girl Scout service, to the Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland, 1700 WaterMark Drive, Columbus, OH 43215, Attention: Tracey Santoro.
Read a letter from current Girl Board Member Rachel Beery about her time on the GSDAC.
Sat., Oct. 27, 2012 marked the 22nd annual Make a Difference Day, sponsored by USA WEEKEND magazine and the Points of Light Foundation. Girl Scouts across the state participated in your community on this national day of service. It's not too late to submit the project report and patch order form!
Girl Scouts are encouraged to collect household goods to donate and support participating Goodwill locations on Sat., Mar. 23, 2013. The mission of Goodwill is to build independence, quality of life, and work opportunities for individuals with disabilities and other barriers. Each Girl Scout who donates to a participating Goodwill will receive a special Good Turn Day patch. Patches will be distributed at participating locations. For details and participating locations, check out the flier.
Welcome to Girl Scouts of Ohio's Heartland Council. Join us in our council-wide service project, "Feed the Heartland"!
During Girl Scout week and/or through the entire year, Girl Scouts can participate in a food related service project!
Patch program details and order form coming soon! Help us Feed the Heartland!
It's an opportunity to bake bread - any kind of bread - tied with notes of hope, gratitude and good cheer to honor heroes and help those in need. This is a great Service Unit event!
Go to www.spreadthebread.org for more information.
My Very Own Blanket is a non profit organization helping to comfort foster care children across Ohio. Girl Scouts can help by volunteering to make blankets. Girls will also get a fun patch!
For more information, visit www.mvob.org
Help make fleece blankets for children and families in need.
Visit www.projectlinus.org for more details.
The Elam Environmental Center has many programs that offer service opportunities for Girl Scouts age 11 and up. Contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.