Renew Your Membership—Together, We've Got This
Strength, resilience, togetherness, and the support of community—that’s what Girl Scouts is all about. So in this uncertain world, you can count on one thing for sure: today, tomorrow, together, we are on your team.
When you stick with Girl Scouts, you’re not just giving your girl
something to do, you’re giving her someone to be. The bravest,
boldest, best version of herself. The version of herself that walks
with her head a bit higher and acts with confidence.
And as she grows, we’ll grow with her, guiding her through life’s ups and downs, supporting her strengths, and showing her new and exciting paths to take.
Celebrate your story in our Becoming Me program, inspired by former First Lady Michelle Obama!
As we celebrate your strength, we want you to celebrate how far your girl has come this year and how far she’ll continue to go. Check out our new Becoming Me program, through which girls can explore their stories and who they can become, earn badges, and even attend a special members-only virtual event on May 6 with Mrs. Obama! Kick off a new year of Girl Scouting and save your spot by April 30.
Spring Renewal 2021-22 Incentives
SAGE Scholar Tuition Rewards
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And guess what? When you sign up for another year of Girl Scouting and are moving to the next level of Girl Scouts, you’ll get to experience the joy of bridging! Bridging involves a special ceremony that highlights and celebrates all the amazing things you’ve accomplished this year, as you prepare to take your next big step with Girl Scouts. It’s a perfect time to reflect on the past and look forward to a future full of new possibilities, new experiences, new badges and Journeys, new skills to learn, and new trails to blaze!
Bridging ceremonies will look different this year, which is why we've created a Virtual Bridging Guide to help you.
Bridging awards mark a girl’s transition from one leadership level to the next. An exciting time in a Girl Scout’s life, the earning of the award and completion of the activities are designed to emphasize the continuity of one Girl Scout program and to welcome girls to an anticipated “next level.“