There are so many amazing nonprofits and businesses in our communities who want to collaborate with you! Check out all the local organizations who offer fun and engaging activities for Girl Scouts right here in our own backyard.
Brio Studios is your home for Wisconsin’s premier arts education including nationally top-ranked competition dance teams, and world class music, theater, and arts training.
Local eco-art studio offering fun, hands-on patch opportunities. Embrace your DIY spirit and roll up your sleeves for an unforgettable Girl Scout experience!
Friendship Art Studio
Friendship Circle provides support and friendship for people of varying abilities. We encourage an inclusive community that highlights achievements and opportunities.
Good Friend creates autism awareness, teaches acceptance of differences, and fosters empathy for individuals on the autism spectrum through fun, interactive, live, level-specific workshops.
A creative place to paint pottery with acrylic or glaze! We offer a fun patch for all ages, and progress on the Brownie Potter Badge.
The Dermatology Interest Group at the Medical College of Wisconsin has the goal to provide skin related education and awareness for the community.
Provides a variety of Theater Arts workshops helping girls gain self-confidence and improve communication.
Nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
SHAW, Southeastern Hockey Association of Wisconsin, has provided youth ice hockey to the greater Milwaukee area since 1970. GIRLS HOCKEY! Hockey is for everyone.
The Wisconsin Humane Society offers interactive in-person and virtual programs to empower girls to make a difference for animals while working towards Journeys and badges.
Gateway Technical College’s Center for Sustainable Living is excited to offer a variety of hands-on activities for the Girl Scouts It’s Your Planet – Love It! program.
Gateway Technical College is a leader in industry-focused education in Southeastern Wisconsin, offering a variety of career pathways, certificates, industry certifications, and degree programs.
The UWM Planetarium connects the community to the beauty of the night sky through its live, indoor stargazing programs and special astronomy programs.
The Society of Women Engineers is the world’s largest advocate and catalyst for change for women in engineering and technology.
Help older adults and seniors enjoy the holidays! Consider making small gifts (e.g. crafts and cards) for Eastside Senior Services to distribute to their residents.
At Lad Lake, we work diligently to help teens and young adults recover from the trauma that neglect and abuse cause.
Granting wishes to children living with critical illnesses. Opportunities available for your girls to earn a wish patch and make a wish come true.
Pinelawn Memorial Park offers volunteer opportunities to support our park events such as flag placement for memorial day, spring planting, spring and fall cleanup.
Builds community resources, provides training and public awareness, and carries out advocacy activities in order to strengthen child abuse prevention efforts in Wisconsin.
As the area's primary resource center for Western Kenosha County families, we offer opportunities for team projects and hands-on service for groups of all ages and sizes.
Badger Trails, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting hiking historic trails in Wisconsin, offering three youth group hiking events annually to fit everyone's abilities.
Our professional guides have been providing outdoor adventures that focus on building the courage and character of our participants for 26 years! (zip lining, kayaking, tripping)
Outdoor adventure that is fun for all ages! Team building with Lake Geneva Ziplines & Adventures develops confidence, team communication skills, and self resiliency!
Twice a year, OFC offers a DNR and Milwaukee County supported Kids Fishing Clinic at Brown Deer Park to teach kids how to fish.
Riveredge Nature Center is a 379 acre sanctuary of wild Wisconsin! From prairies to fens, wetlands to riverside habitat, the land is our learning laboratory.
At our 185 acres along the shores of Lake Michigan, our educational programs Girl Scouts delve into nature while also fostering important Girl Scouting qualities.
Fresh to Market produce farm working to connect the community to local food.
Build leadership skills and self-confidence through recreational tree climbing. Outdoor adventure, fitness, and fun!
Join professional naturalists to explore Earth's astonishing treasures during programs featuring fun-filled, hands-on, confidence building activities designed to meet Girl Scout badge requirements.
The WINC is a wildlife rehabilitation facility where you can learn about local wildlife by exploring the trails and meeting animal ambassadors face to face.
Festival City Symphony invites Girl Scouts, family members, and friends for classical music concerts at the newly-renovated Bradley Symphony Center!
The Milwaukee Bucks and Fiserv Forum are proud to offer Girl Scouts and their friends and families special savings on several upcoming events at Fiserv Forum.
The Kenosha Public Museum offers a wide variety of natural history, art and STEM based programs, from large scale regional events to small programs for individual troops.
The MPAC is the premier performing arts community gathering space in Southeastern Wisconsin, bringing high-quality arts and cultural programming to the region.
Professional ultimate frisbee team.
The beloved family tradition is back: NUTCRACKER! Magical Christmas Ballet! Gather your loved ones for the warm-glow-nostalgia of America's favorite Christmas celebration.