Other ways to say "Thank You" - from girls and adults:
Here are a few things girls or adults could do for Girl Scout Leaders or other special people at any time:
- Arrange to have a song on the radio dedicated to them.
- Bake a cake or make a favorite recipe.
- Call the volunteer to say "thank you."
- Dedicate a service project in the name of the volunteer.
- Design and present a greeting card.
- Design and present their own award or certificate.
- Do a "good deed" service project for their leader or the volunteer’s family.
- Give a handmade gift.
- Give a picture of the girls in the Girl Scout Troop.
- Make a contribution in the volunteer’s name to the Juliette Low World Friendship Fund.
- Make and present a scrapbook of their activities.
- Plant a tree or garden in honor of the volunteer.
Girl Scout Troop/Group committees could do the following:
- Encourage and work with girls in their activities to honor Girl Scout Troop Leaders.
- Encourage parents to get in touch with Girl Scout Troop Leaders and to offer their personal thanks.
- Offer to substitute for Girl Scout Troop Leaders at Girl Scout Troop Meetings.
- Plan a luncheon, tea, picnic, or covered dish supper.
- Plan a surprise "thank you" party.
- Provide baby-sitting, after-school, or elder-care services for Girl Scout Troop Leaders.
- Send flowers to the Girl Scout Troop Leader’s home.
Geographic/program delivery teams could do the following:
- Arrange for a community display of Girl Scout Leader’s Day greeting cards designed by girls.
- Design and write thank-you notes to Girl Scout Troop Leaders and their families.
- Give a Girl Scout gift from your local GSNETX Shop or the GSUSA catalog.
- Involve religious or community leaders and sponsors in recognizing Girl Scout adults.
- Place notices announcing special recognitions in PTA or church bulletins.
Additional Ways the Council Provides Appreciation to Adult Members
- Girl Scout Leader’s Day Celebrations - Fall Kick-Off for Girl Scout Service Unit Teams
- Numerous Certificates - Years of Service Pins