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 Additional Insurance

As members of Girl Scouts of the USA, your membership provides you with basic secondary insurance. For many of the activities you do as Girl Scouts, you will need to purchase additional insurance, especially for trips/high risk activities, girls and adults who do not have insurance and for non-members participating in your Girl Scout experiences. In this section you will learn what insurance you need, how to request it and how to take action if you have an incident.

Additional insurance applications and premium payments are due to Girl Scouts of Western Washington four weeks prior to the activity.  Send all paperwork to:
Girl Scouts of Western Washington
ATTN: Insurance
601 Valley Street
Seattle, WA  98109 

Note: Minimum premium application fee is $5.00. Make checks payable to Girl Scouts of Western Washington (not Mutual of Omaha) and obtain a signature from your regional staff member prior to submission.

Additional Insurance Options and Application Forms
Print a copy of this information as a chart, our Insurance Plan Summary.

Plan 1: Basic Coverage

  • Provided to every registered girl and adult.
  • Effective when membership registration forms are received by your service unit registrar.
  • Covers approved, supervised Girl Scout activities lasting two nights or less or not more than three nights if over an official federal holiday.
  • Pays the first $100 of medical bills related to an accident, then acts as secondary coverage to other insurance the individual may have. 
  • Pays up to $5,000 of bills incurred after the accident that are not covered by any other insurance the individual may have.
  • Due to Girl Scouts of Western Washington four weeks prior to event/activity.

Plan 2: Accident Insurance 
Download Plan 2 Enrollment Form

  • Includes same features as Plan 1.
  • Required for registered girls and adults when activity length exceeds two nights (three nights over a federal holiday).
  • Required for non-registered participants in a Girl Scout activity.
  • Premium: 11 cents*/day per participant. 
  • Due to Girl Scouts of Western Washington four weeks prior to event/activity.

Plan 3E: Accident and Sickness Insurance
Download Plan 3E Enrollment Form

  • To be used with a participant's primary insurance
  • Adds $5,000 of sickness coverage to Plan 1. 
  • Adds $1,500 transportation benefit for return home to Plan 1. 
  • Advised for out-of-state travel. 
  • Premium: 29 cents*/day per participant. 
  • Due to Girl Scouts of Western Washington four weeks prior to event/activity.

Plan 3P: Accident and Sickness Insurance
Download Plan 3P Enrollment Form

  • Same features as Plan 3E, but serves as primary insurance.
  • Premium: 70 cents*/day per participant.
  • Due to Girl Scouts of Western Washington four weeks prior to event/activity.

Plan 3PI
Download Plan 3PI Enrollment Form plus Instructions

  • Same features as 3P, except it adds travel assistance “safety net” services.
  • Required for international travel, please request at least six weeks before trip. This is to insure that you get an approved copy back before you leave on your trip. Some countries require this approval. Make sure to include a copy of the itinerary and roster you submit with your Extended Travel Application with your insurance paperwork. (see Trips section for more information)
  • Premium: $1.17*/day per participant.
  • Due to Girl Scouts of Western Washington six weeks prior to event/activity.

* Prices subject to change.

Please Note:
Minimum premium application fee is $5.00. Make checks payable to Girl Scouts of Western Washington (not Mutual of Omaha) and obtain a signature from your regional staff member prior to submission. 

Important Info:

  • Insurance should be purchased for each calendar day of the event – including departure and return dates for trips. (For example, a Friday night to Saturday afternoon trip counts as two days.)
  • Volunteers should always carry claim forms and incident reports in their first aid kit.