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Celebrate 100 years of changing the world by giving back to your community!
In 2016 we are celebrating 100 years of changing the world! For a century, Girl Scouts have earned Girl Scouts’ highest award by taking action to address local, national, and global issues. Gold Award recipient have demonstrated leadership by taking charge and affecting change through measurable and sustainable “Take Action” projects.
Girl Scouts of Colorado invites you to help celebrate the Gold Award Centennial by participating in special service opportunities in Denver, Pueblo, and Colorado Springs.
Troops in Pueblo are charged with running their own food drives to support the Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado. Click here for more information about running a successful food drive. Donations will be accepted at the Pueblo office during business hours throughout Girl Scout week.
Troops in Colorado Springs are invited to volunteer at the Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado on Saturday, March 12th – the Girl Scout Birthday! 30 spots are available at 9:00am and 1:00pm. All volunteers must register ahead of time. Click here for more information about this exciting opportunity.
In Denver, everyone is invited to a special birthday celebration at the Denver Public Library on Saturday, March 12th from 10am to 4pm. At the event everyone will have an opportunity to decorate bags and cards to donate to Project Angel Heart, an organization that delivers nutritious meals to improve quality of life, at no cost, for those coping with life-threatening illness. Learn more about this celebration here.
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