Welcome to the
Greenwich Girl Scouts Service Unit
The Greenwich Girl Scouts Service Unit serves girls in grades K through 12 who live or attend schools in the town of Greenwich, CT. Our leaders are mothers, business women, former Girl Scouts, and even the occasional dad.
All flyers have now been moved to the Greenwich Service Unit Drop Box. You can get the link in our leader emails, or go to the Members Only page using the menu above. If you need the password, please contact one of the SUMs directly.
Annual Winter Weekend at Camp Jewell
Join us for fun & frolic in snow country
February 27 to March 1
Annie Brown is accepting registrations and money now, and the deadline is the December 1st Leader Meeting. Go to the Drop Box folder for the order form and more information.
UNICEF USA Program for Older Girls
Learn about Human Trafficking
A former Greenwich Girl Scout works for the U.S. Fund for UNICEF and wants to work with older girls in learning about Human Trafficking. She created a flyer describing the issue and lists a few activities that she could work on with your troop. The flyer is in Drop Box (see Outside Vendors).
Here are two videos to watch:
And a Girl Scout did her Gold Award Project on this issue. Read about it on THIS BLOG. There is also a very useful page on the UNICEF USA site that has links to several interesting statistics and infographics: End Trafficking Resources.
Greenwich Girl Scouts
Needs You to Volunteer!!
We need leaders to start up troops for the many girls who want to join Girl Scouts. We have so many ways to help girls become the leaders of tomorrow, but we need adult volunteers leaders to guide them on their journey. Please click on the trefoil at right to see a letter providing answers to some of the questions you may have. Click on the mini-poster at left to get a larger one suitable for printing.