When you invest in Girl Scouts, you are giving girls more opportunities to discover their strengths and values, connect and communicate effectively with others, and take action to implement positive change in their communities. With your help, there is no limit to the environment Girl Scouts can create to explore freely, expand their perspective, and discover unimagined ideas.
Join the amazing and generous individuals investing in the next generation of world changers. Support today's Girl Scouts as they build leadership skills and realize their bright, bold futures.
If you’d like to discuss supporting the next generation of world changers, please contact us by calling 800-565-4475 and asking for the Office of Philanthropy or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast is proud to be a partner of the following:
I developed and delivered a STEM course for middle schoolers about pollution.
We improved outdoor areas so girls feel comfortable in the water at summer camp.
We mounted interactive polling ashtrays at bus stops on busy roads in Milwaukee.
We built, decorated, and donated Eastern screech owl nest boxes.
We built and stocked a sled shed so our community could enjoy a winter activity.
We created a mascot sculpture using bottle caps to promote recycling at school.
I built and stocked cupboards full of free school supplies and food items.
I introduced the sport of tennis to children of color in my community.
How Michela created sustainable change during the pandemic.
The Chester and Read families give back through 4 generations of Girl Scouting.
Girl Scouts and a national corporation used their creativity to sell cookies.
Troop 1475 experienced all the things that make camp great - together.
Girl Scouting influenced many choices throughout Jo's life and career.
This Gold Award Girl Scout helped change the world for good.
Read how Mariner Troop 6320 shares high-adventure passions with Girl Scouts.
Trailblazer Troop 4626 goes on cool adventures and practices land stewardship.
Summer camp isn't just fun - see how Girl Scout Bridget got inspired at camp!