Friday, November 23, 2018

Informal ways to thank your Girl Scout Leader!

Adult volunteers make Girl Scouting happen! Our adult volunteers help Girl Scouts unleash their inner G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, and Leader) and make events possible for all Girl Scouts. Acknowledging the efforts of others is an essential part of Girl Scouts.

Acknowledgements can be informal and initiated by the girls, parents, co-leaders and Service Units.
Some ideas may include:

Recognition Certificate - A certificate may be given to a volunteer at a Service Unit Meeting in recognition of her/his interest in and support of Girl Scouts.

Handicrafts - A mobile, flower arrangement, special ceramic plaque, scrapbook, sampler, poster, decoupage, ornament, bookmark, etc.

Written Thank You - Send a brief note, poem, letter, special occasion card, scroll signed by members of the group, autograph book with signatures and comments, framed pictures of girls, or a yard sign with message “A Great Girl Scout Leader Lives Here.”

Adult Recognitions Nomination - Another great way to recognize that special Girl Scout Volunteer in your life who goes “above and beyond” is to nominate them for an GSUSA Adult Award or Girl Scouts of Nassau County Adult Award.

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