side menu icon

Volunteer Events


Girl Scouts Women’s Leadership Summit: Why YOU Matter

As a volunteer, member, or friend of the premier leadership organization for girls, you already know what it takes to inspire young women to become fearless, thoughtful change makers. Come join forces with like-minded women to empower even more girls to Take the Lead.

Discover new ways to harness your own power and tap into your strengths and leadership skills. Connect with other amazing leaders, and leave prepared to take action in your life and the lives of girls. Topics include personal, emotional, and financial wellness.

Date: Saturday, April 28th, 8:45am-12:30pm
Registration and networking begin at 8am.  Breakfast is served at 9am

Location: Valley Forge Casino Resort, 1160 1st Ave, King of Prussia, PA

For more information about speakers and how to register, click here


Spring L.E.A.D. Meetings

Are you a Service Unit Manager or SU team member?  Please join us for the Spring 2018 L.E.A.D. Meeting at one of the five convenient locations, listed below. Plan to arrive at 6:30pm for pizza and light refreshments. The meeting will start at 7:00pm. Please register in advance via the Program/Events Registration system.

Tuesday, April 17th 7:00-9:00 pm

  • Berks County – West Lawn United Methodist Church, Reading
  • Delco Service Center

Wednesday, April 18th 7:00-9:00 pm

  • Valley Forge Service Center
  • Shelly Ridge Service Center
  • Lehigh Valley Service Center

Volunteer Awards

We love our volunteers and want to show them just how much their hard work means to our council. We couldn’t serve our girls without our volunteers!

We will be hosting the annual Volunteer Awards this spring. Please plan to attend and celebrate with fellow volunteers.

More event details to follow!

Award resources

Chart of Awards

Service Unit Chart of Awards 

Service Unit Nomination Form (Fillable)

Service Unit Endorsement Form (Fillable)

Numeral Guard/Years of Service Application Under 35/25 Years (Fillable)

Numeral Guard/Years of Service Application Over 35/25 Years (Fillable)


Little Ways to Say “Thank You”

Informal recognitions on the troop/group and individual levels are great ways to say “thank you” to volunteers today! These sincere expressions of appreciation can be powerful when given with a personal touch. Examples of meaningful, informal rewards include:

  1. A welcome or thank you card or letter
  2. Skill-building learning opportunities (For example, how to use social media to network)
  3. A recommendation for a promotion
  4. Sending the volunteer’s supervisor or CEO a letter recognizing her/his contributions
  5. Complimenting a volunteer’s work to a supervisor or co-worker (in the volunteer’s presence)
  6. Showing interest in a volunteer’s personal life (such as asking about a volunteer’s grandchild or weekend plans)

If you have any questions about how to thank your volunteers, please email us.


F.A.L.L 2018

Save the date for F.A.L.L 2018!

September 21-23, 2018
Are you a GSEP adult volunteer? This is your chance to get away with other passionate adult Girl Scouts and learn something new! Fall Adult Learn and Lead 2018 will offer many exciting opportunities to expand your leadership skills! Come for the weekend – or just Saturday! If you have any questions, please contact