We believe all girls have the power to change the world, and we're here to give them the tools to do so. Girl Scouts discover, connect, and take action across four program pillars: Entrepreneurship, Life Skills, Outdoors, and STEM.
Every Girl Scout has their own curiosity, dreams, and talents—so when they come together to decide which of the thousands of Girl Scout activities to try, the sky’s the limit. Whether visiting an animal shelter, camping, hosting a dance-off, or filming a movie—they’re learning to take risks, trust their gut, and team up with others for good.
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"As a Girl Scout, I spent a lot of time with my Girl Scout sisters and got to experience a lot of the world around me. I think that going through the process to earn your Gold Award helps to shape yourself as an individual rather than being dependent on the rest of your troop. As the final project in your time as a Girl Scout, the Gold Award helps to form leadership skills, independent thinking and planning, and project management. The experience helped me to experience what living in the real world would be like." Bella Gigoux, 2021 Gold Award recipient
"As a Girl Scout volunteer, I have learned to delegate so that I am not overwhelmed and ask people to help directly. I hope my Girl Scouts have learned to be a sister to every Girl Scout by being kind, respectful, and inclusive. I also hope that the girls will have opportunities to learn and experience new things that they would not have done otherwise. And, last but not least, perseverance and hard work will help you reach your end goal." Heidi Mazur, Volunteer
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
In the 2022-23 membership year, Girl Scouts of Colorado served more than 16,000 girls and 10,000 adults. Prior to the 2007 merger, individual Girl Scout councils have existed in Colorado since 1917. Our extraordinary journey began more than 110 years ago with Juliette Gordon "Daisy" Low. On March 12, 1912, in Savannah, Georgia, she organized the very first Girl Scout troop, and every year since, we've honored her vision and legacy.