When disasters occur, Girl Scouts young and old want to help.
Whether as an individual, with your family, or with a troop, taking the lead like a Girl Scout is in your DNA.
Are you doing something to help those impacted by recent storms?
Share Your Story!
Girl Scouts of the USA has developed two program resources that
demonstrate how the Girl Scout Leadership Experience supports girls as
leaders in times of disaster. These resources give tips and examples
for engaging girls who want to help.
What Can a Girl Scout Do When
Disaster Strikes? (PDF) A girl-friendly tip sheet
that girls of all grade levels can use to channel their leadership
experiences toward helping out in times of disaster.
What Girl Scout Leadership
Looks Like in Times of Disaster (PDF) Developed for
council staff and volunteers, this resource will help adults guide
girls who want to know how they can help after a disaster.
Scouts in Action
We know members of the Girl Scout community were impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Recovery efforts are needed at these four councils:
The full impact of Hurrican Irma is being monitored. Check back to find the latest information about ways to get involved with Girl Scout councils
impacted by recent storms.