Here's the home base for all the official things in Connecticut. Look for forms, register for training and events, learn about new programs, etc.
It's easy to purchase supplies online through our Girl Scouts of Connecticut online store. But if you have the time, please head up to the Wilton Service Center, 529 Danbury Road, to visit Vanessa who runs the Juliet's Closet and get personalized service, advice, and fun trivia. Note: Shopping at our CT shops helps support programs in Connecticut.
"Online Scouting Resources for Leaders of Girls"
This is a valuable site for leaders who want links to everything from games to songs to service projects to training, all provided by other leaders.
This is the national organization's web site which provides information on the history, the program, the research, news releases, the national store, and program help for adults and girls. This is definitely at good place to start any research.
Take the time to explore Girl Scout Central, which provides a more in-depth description of the program, along with helpful hints, ideas, etc.
Links to make your Scouting life
easier, fun, & interesting . . .
Tons of crafts and swaps ideas, as well as the supplies to make them. Terrific resource. You can also find them on Facebook.
The WAGGGS is the largest voluntary movement dedicated to girls and young women in the world, and is the umbrella group for Girl Scouts of the USA. Visit this site to learn about the scouting movement in other countries, as well as information on visiting the four World Centres: Pax Lodge in England, Our Cabana in Mexico, Sangam in India, and Our Chalet in Switzerland.
Greenwich Service Unit
is a member of
Girl Scouts of Connecticut Council