Every Girl is Important!
We believe every girl should have the opportunity to participate in Girl Scouts: to develop courage, confidence and character, and make the world a better place, and become one of our future leaders. At Girl Scouts of Western Washington, we are committed to serving girls who face sometimes overwhelming obstacles. We offer financial assistance, as well as several outreach initiatives, which empower girls who otherwise wouldn't have the opportunity to participate in Girl Scouts. For more information or to volunteer with any of our Outreach Programs, please contact Elizabeth Hodges at (206)633-5600 ext. 1263.
Girl Scouts Beyond Bars
A program for daughters of incarcerated parents, activities are designed to build self-esteem and life skills and include monthly meetings planned by moms and dads at Washington State Corrections Center facilities.
Girl Scouts School Day
Girls in low-income schools who may face language or transportation barriers participate during school in Girl Scout curriculum and activities – planned in partnership with teachers and administrators – on a variety of subjects such as math, science, leadership and life skills.
Girl Scouts Her Vision Her Voice
Girls in public housing communities, residential care centers and foster or kinship care environments participate in Girl Scouting activities within their communities. Girls receive opportunities that result in life-changing experiences and address specific needs (due to challenges they face as a result of their situations) through focused curriculum and enrichment activities.