National Girl Scout Leader Appreciation Day
April 22, 2013
When I joined Girl Scouts, I joined a community, which opened doors to a whole new universe of opportunities. I have made new friends and had countless unforgettable adventures. Girl Scouts has changed me for the better and I have all of you to thank for the person I will become.
—Cassidy, Girl Scout from Cincinnati
For more than 100 years, Girl Scouts has provided girls with more ways to learn and lead than any other organization. Girl Scouting encourages girls to reach their dreams, gives them opportunities to achieve their full potential and provides the resources they need to become leaders today and in the future.
It is through the dedication of our adult volunteers, women and men who give their time and work tirelessly, that help girls reach their full leadership potential through Girl Scouting. Volunteers do this because they know that when girls succeed, so does society.
Today we recognize and honor the commitment of Girl Scout volunteers who make an impact on the lives of the girls we serve.
Thank you for your support and for recognizing the dedication of Girl Scout volunteers. We all have a role to play in helping every girl achieve her full leadership potential, because together, we can get her there.
It’s not too late to thank a dedicated leader, while simultaneously supporting Girl Scouts of Western Ohio? By making a tax-deductible donation of $25 or more, you will honor a volunteer who has made a difference in your daughter’s life and support Girl Scouts of Western Ohio. Each honoree will receive a personalized certificate acknowledging your gratitude (monetary amounts excluded). Additionally, your leader’s name and troop number will be publicly recognized on the Girl Scouts of Western Ohio’s website through December 31, 2013. To make a donation, click Donate Now.