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Girl Scout Illustration Featured on Special Postcard

Congratulations to Cadette Abigail R. from Castle Rock! Her illustration was featured on a special postcard sent to Girl Scout supporters statewide in December 2020.

“The coat drive is a project my service unit, Service Unit 652 from Castle Rock, did in October. My troop and I participated in the coat drive, and I really enjoyed giving back to the community and helping those in need. The coats that we collected were donated to the organization Facing Homelessness Denver.  I hope to take part in a canned food drive in the future.” – Abigail R. 

Today’s girls have never faced more challenging circumstances.

  1. Remote learning and the difficulties that come with it

  2. Disrupted routines and the isolation of social distancing

  3. Financial hardship and personal stress impacting mental health and well-being

When times are tough, Girl Scouts rise to the challenge. Girl Scouts of Colorado has adapted its programming, and the skills, connections, and resiliency girls gain in Girl Scouting are needed now more than ever.

Your support is always important, but this year more than ever, our girls need you. This holiday season, please consider a gift of $30, $65, $125 or more to Girl Scouts of Colorado so that together we can ensure that our girls have the tools to prepare themselves for a lifetime of leadership.

Join us by making a gift at www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org/donate or mailing a check to 3801 E Florida Ave, Denver, CO 80210.

Thank you for giving the gift of leadership to a girl!

We want to hear how your girl is using her Girl Scout skills by taking initiative, caring for the community, and Girl Scouting at home. She can send in her story here.

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