“Jennifer is an amazing Girl Scout leader and example of a confident strong woman to her girls!”*
“Your hard work in helping to teach our daughters to be better young women is truly appreciated. Thank you!”*
“Nancy is an amazing leader and has influenced my daughter in many positive ways.
She is a true blessing for the girls!”*
This Leader Appreciation Day, honor a special volunteer by thanking them for making a difference in your daughter’s life.
For more than 100 years, Girl Scouts has provided girls with more ways to learn and lead than any other organization. Girl Scout volunteers are more than just our daughters’ leaders. They help her discover her talents. They encourage her to connect with others locally and globally. They inspire her to take action to make the world a better place.
But without adult volunteers acting as Girl Scout leaders, there wouldn't be this type of nurturing environment for girls. April 22, Girl Scout Leader's Day, is set aside to appreciate adult volunteers who give their time and work tirelessly to help girls reach their full potential through Girl Scouts. Volunteers do this because they know that when girls succeed, so does society.
Have you thanked your Girl Scout Leader today?
With your generous gift, you let a Girl Scout volunteer know their commitment and dedication is important to you or someone you love. Along with your gift, we encourage you to share your gratitude by enclosing a note of thanks to your special volunteer. This note will be shared with your honoree. In addition, the volunteer’s name and troop number will be publicly recognized on Girl Scouts of Western Ohio’s website starting April 22.
“Thanks for your time and dedication to the girls! They are lucky to have such a great Girl Scout leader!”*
Thank you in advance 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.
*Quotes taken from 2013 Honor Your Leader comments shared by Girl Scout parents.