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Many organizations throughout our council's 10 counties offer fun packages and great discounts to Girl Scouts.

Check out the community resource listings below to learn more about the organizations who offer activities for troops and families to enjoy.

We are happy to connect you with these additional opportunities to help enhance your Girl Scout experience!

We've got some awesome opportunities lined up for 2020. Make sure to look out for more community partnerships coming soon!

The Chameleon Academy of Communication and Civility

The Chameleon Academy of Communication and Civility is now offering manners, public speaking, and business etiquette classes at a discounted rate for Girl Scouts at the Brownie level and above.

Location
605 N. Michigan Ave, Suite 413
Chicago, IL 60611

Contact
Kendy Edmonds
3123194040 
info@chameleonacademycc.com

Visit the Chameleon Academy website

Certified Health and Fitness
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Certified Health & Fitness has been working with all troops of Girl Scouts for 20 years. Coach Joe focuses on improving physical and mental health for both adults and children with personal training, 60-90 minute kids’ wellness events, healthy eating, and education. Earn patches and badges too!

Location
Will travel to your location in Chicago and surrounding suburbs.

Contact info
Coach Joe Cullen
312-972-2828
jcullen@certifiedhealthfitness.com

www.CertifiedHealthFitness.com 

Culture of Safety

Culture of Safety offers fun, interactive classes in empowerment-based self-defense, mindfulness, and bullying prevention for kids, youth, and teens in Chicago and surrounding suburbs.

Location
Chicago, IL

Contact Info
Amy Jones
847-790-4226
a.jones@cultureofsafetychi.com

https://www.cultureofsafetychi.com/

Illinois Holocaust Museum

The mission of the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center is expressed in our founding principle: Remember the Past, Transform the Future. 

Illinois Holocaust Museum is offering field trips to see, Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Enjoy a day of social justice and civic engagement, Girls will hear about powerful women, who made a difference. Fun patches available!

Location
9603 Woods Drive  
Skokie, IL  60077

Contact
Jessica Hulten
847-967-4853
jessica.hulten@ilhmec.org

www.ilholocaustmuseum.org

Skokie Park District

The Skokie Park District offers scouting programs for ice skating, arts, ecology and more!

Location
9300 Weber Park Place, Skokie, IL 60077

Contact
Christine Hathaway
847-929-7925
chathaway@skokieparks.org

SkokieParks.org

White Pines Ranch

The White Pines Ranch family has been serving thousands of boys, girls, and teens annually since 1958. We have an outstanding reputation of providing a camp with fun activities in a wholesome and safe setting. 90 miles west of Chicago in picturesque Oregon, Illinois.

Location:
3581 W. Pines Rd, Oregon, IL 61061

Contact:
Andee Brehm
815-732-7923
andeewhitepinesranch@gmail.com

http://www.whitepinesranch.com/

Windy City Bulls Girl Scout Day
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Girl Scouts are invited to join the Windy City Bulls, the Chicago Bulls minor league team, for Girl Scout Nights on 1/25 and 2/23! Participate in our pregame Girl Scout Party, catch t-shirts flying through the crowd, and run through our obstacle course!

Can't come to one of the Girl Scout nights? Join Windy City Bulls for any other home game during their November-March season. Game can come with on-court experiences and patches (both based on availability).

Location
Sears Center
5333 Prairie Stone Parkway
Hoffman Estates, IL 60192

Contact
Mallory Eichhorn
(847) 396-9305
meichhorn@bulls.com

Purchase tickets here


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GSGCNWI has a copy of each organization's Certificate of Insurance (COI). Volunteers and leaders should consult with Volunteer Essentials when planning a Girl Scout troop outing. These programs are not council-sponsored.