Annual Report - Girl Scouts of Nassau County

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Annual Report - Girl Scouts of Nassau County
DISCOVER
character
COMMUNITY
mentor
Decision Making
LEADER
BETTER
PLACE
Courage
friendship
FUN
Sister
Take Action
responsible
HELPFUL
LEADERSHIP
connect
Courageous and Strong
LEARN
FUN
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2015 Annual Report
myself and
CONFIDENCE
world
COOKIES
AND
RESPECT
fair
honest
STRONG
TROOP
authority
Invest in GIRLS
Change the World
camp
GSLE
BADGES
Journeys
grow
others
CONSIDERATE &
CARING
sister
girl scout
Invest
in Girls, Change the World was demonstrated in Girl Scouts of
Nassau County’s Board of Directors’ 2015 continued commitment to our girls, our volunteers
and our community.
One that began in 2015, but won’t be seen for a few more months is the decision to renovate the
GSNC Service Center on Ring Road. In June of 2015, the Board voted to do a complete renovation
of our Girl Scout home. While our centrally located offices have done a fine job meeting our needs
for over 40 years, it is not ADA compliant, and serious upgrades are needed to the roof, HVAC,
windows and EIFS. The Village of Garden City approved the plans, allowing the Council to move
forward on the renovation. While the staff will vacate the Service Center in mid-2016 to a temporary location, we expect the new space to be completed in 2017. Stay tuned for the Grand
Re-Opening, which will provide enriched public space for our girls and adult volunteers!
Girl Scouts of Nassau County continued its investment in girls by strengthening the planned
giving program and recognizing those individuals who have made planned gifts to the Council
as members of both the Honor Circle Society and Girl Scouts of the USA’s Juliette Gordon Low
Society. Five new members of the group were recognized at the Honor Circle Tea in August.
Guest speakers Dianne Belk and Lawrence Calder are making their own investment in girls in
Nassau County, and have proffered a matching gift to GSNC in celebration of those donors
who make their own planned gift to the Council. [Planned gifts include those donations made
through wills, trust and annuities that will benefit Girl Scouts of Nassau County.] These gifts
celebrate the girls of the future and ensures their opportunity to be Girl Scouts.
The Board and staff invested in girls throughout the year, with “Gatherings ToGetHerThere,” the
Walkathon, Family Partnership, and appeals to corporate and foundation donors. The community continued to invest in girls and the “5 Skills” they learn through our Entrepreneurial Programs.
Camp Blue Bay saw investments in new bathroom fixtures and interior painting of the Activity
Building, major renovations to the Health Center and Camp Office, a new refrigerated salad bar,
new 17’ chase boat, new paddle boards and kayak oars and the purchase of a new sound system.
Most importantly, GSNC continues its commitment to girls and adult volunteers through a
wide array of programming and services. From camping and the outdoors, to farming, to STEM
Conferences and Robotics competitions, from Operation Cookie to Scoutreach, to Critical
Issues affecting girls, to the great programming that goes on each day in Troops and groups,
GSNC puts our money and our efforts front and center to deliver the Girl Scout Leadership
Experience to all of the girls in Nassau County. We cannot do that without the commitment
of parents, volunteers and our myriad of community partners.
Thank you for investing your time, talent and resources with us. Please call on us whenever
we can help you with your investments in our girls.
Yours in Girl Scouting,
Wanda Jackson
President and Chief Volunteer Officer
Donna Ceravolo
Executive Director/CEO
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2015 - 2016
OFFICERS
Wanda Jackson
President
and Chief Volunteer Officer
National Urban League
Brian Rothschild
Vice President
Stevens Institute of Technology
Christopher J. Pendergast
Vice President
Marchon Eyeware, Inc.
Lisa Burke
Secretary
A Business Contracting Corp.
Deborah Schiff
Vice President
Northwell Health
Donna Ceravolo
Executive Director/CEO
Girl Scouts of Nassau County, Inc.
Erica Rice
Treasurer
Anthony J. Edelman
Berdon Accountants
Exec. Vice President
Bethpage Federal Credit Union and Advisors, LLP
MEMBERS-AT-LARGE
Joanne Antun
JTLA Consulting, Inc.
Carol Ransom
Retired
Austin Cannon, Jr.
Diocese of Rockville Centre
Brandon V. Ray
AT&T
Andrea Elder-Howell, Esq.
PSEG Long Island
Kelly Ann Poole Reed
Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, PC
Margaret Iamunno
Fusion Family Wealth
Barbara Murphy Schwaner,
LCSW, BCD
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Debra Ieraci
PSEG Long Island
Beth Meixner
Moxxie Network
Christina Mendoza
Student, Cornell University
Cynthia Perkins-Roberts
Cabletelevision Advertising
Bureau
Bonnie Porzio, Esq.
Triumph Construction Corp.
Valerie Terzano
Winthrop University
Irene V. Villacci, Esq.
Attorney-at-Law, PPLC
Deborah L. Wortham, Ed.D
East Ramapo Central School District
Colleen Wright, Ex officio
GEICO
NOMINATING COMMITTEE 2015-2016
Colleen Wright, Chair
GEICO
Catherine O’Reilly
DHL
Dr. Agnelo Dias
Tranquility of Mind
Kathleen Rau
Retired
Carmel Mendoza
Physical Therapist
Irene V. Villacci, Esq.
Attorney-at-Law, PPLC
Barbara Murphy Schwaner
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Leslyn Williams-Mitchell
National Urban League
Rhonda Nieves
Bethpage Federal Credit Union
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For the last 103 years, the
Girl Scout movement has invested in girls and the
world has changed and evolved for the better. Our
work is not done and we can’t do it alone. An Investment
in a Girl takes a three prong approach: partnerships
with our community, partnerships with our volunteers
and the opportunity for girls to grow through programs,
events and activities that are fun and educational.
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In 2015,
Girl Scouts
computer science in college. Knowing this statistic, PSEG Long
of Nassau County (GSNC) made
Island helped us establish a portable computer lab where girls
an investment in 18,682 girls
are learning to code in our inaugural Girls Who Code Club.
with the help of 5,211 committed
volunteers. Joining us in our investment strategy were numerous
community partners; some used their dollars and others used
their resources to help our girls change the world.
What is the role of a bug in a garden, why do plants need sunlight,
and how quickly will the plant sprout and produce fruit? These
were the questions asked and answered in the Girl Scout Gardeners program. Thanks to our community partner, The Farm
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), Financial
at Oyster Bay, our girls learned that the science of gardening
Literacy, Girls’ Health and Wellness and Outdoor Fun were our
has multiple benefits. In addition to learning about nature, they
areas of focus in 2015, encouraging many of our community
got a chance to get their hands dirty and their harvest fed the
supporters to invest in girls.
hungry in our community.
Over 1,100 girls were introduced to STEM through GSNC and our
many wonderful community partners. Girls attended Introduce
a Girl to Engineering Day at the New York Institute of Technology. Girls explored the world of web design at the Microsoft store,
observed surgery during Career Exploration Camp at Northwell
Health, competed in FIRST Robotics competitions and experienced what it is like to fly a plane or guide an aircraft to a safe
landing at Next Gen STEM at Vaughn College of Aeronautics
and Technology. Girls mixed chemical compounds in a laboratory at Hofstra University at the Science in Action program. The
GSNC Invention Convention included do–it–yourself workshops
on flight and space, being an astronaut, and sending rockets
soaring into the sky at the Cradle of Aviation. St. John’s University offered Traveling Science to many of our Girl Scout Troops in
Nassau County. Molloy College also offered Girl Scouts a Career
Shadow Day(s).
The Imagine Your Possibilities conference at Hofstra
University was sponsored by AT&T as part of their support
for girls in STEM programs. One hundred girls participated in
this full-day event, attending workshops showcased by women
working in a variety of STEM related fields. Advancing Women
in Science and Medicine (AWSM) at The Feinstein Institute of
Medical Research held a career exploration event introducing
Girl Scouts to the challenges and rewards of medical research.
Science, Technology, Engineering
and Math (STEM), Financial Literacy,
Girls’ Health and Wellness and Outdoor
Fun were our areas of focus in 2015,
encouraging many of our community
supporters to invest in girls.
According to the Girl Scout Research Institute (GSRI), 90%
of girls say it is important for them to learn how to manage
money and 88% say that it is important to set financial goals.
Financial Literacy is the major focus of the Girl Scout Cookie®
Program, the largest girl-run business in the world. Each year,
According to the organization Girls Who Code, 74% of middle
Girl Scouts from Nassau County venture into the entrepre-
school girls express interest in Science, Technology, Engineering
neurial world to learn business and financial skills and earn
and Math (STEM), but only 0.4% of women choose to major in
money to fund their Girl Scouting goals.
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As they have done in the past, Bethpage Federal Credit Union
Through “learning by earning,”
Girl Scouting empowers girls through
the development of 5 Skills:
goal setting, money management,
people skills, decision making,
and business ethics.
not only hosted Booth Sales but they selected one Troop to receive a donation to supplement their Cookie Program revenue.
Operation Cookie allows girls to practice their goal setting skills
while learning the value of philanthropy and social responsibility. Cookie buyers donated over 63,000 boxes to our military
men and women around the world. DHL Express, our shipping
partner and another investor in girls, helped move these cook-
In 2015, 1.15 million boxes of Girl Scout Cookies® were sold by
15,821 girls who knocked on their neighbors’ doors, sent emails
through Digital Cookie sites, and stood at Booth Sales outside
ies to military outposts, including Bahrain, Afghanistan and
even South Korea, using their extensive network, contacts and
manpower.
retailers and train stations. These efforts were supported by
Girls embraced a holistic view of health and wellness. They
mom and pop stores in their local communities, the major
believed being healthy requires a mix of physical and emotion-
retail malls in Nassau County including Roosevelt Field, Green
al health. To help girls achieve this state of health, GSNC, with
Acres, Westfield Sunrise and Broadway Mall, and the Long
partners like Northwell Health, St. Joseph Hospital, the DeMatteis
Island Railroad and Bethpage Federal Credit Union.
Center and Nassau University Medical Center demonstrated
their desire to invest in girls through programs that taught
Wells Fargo furthered their investment in girls by designing and
life-saving skills of CPR and First Aid, how to eat healthy and
delivering programs that helped all Girl Scouts earn the GSUSA
programs that taught new physical exercises and stress
Financial Literacy badges offered in GSUSA’s national portfolio.
management through yoga, or the need to “Love Your Heart.”
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Operation Cookie allows girls to practice their
goal setting skills while learning the value of
philanthropy and social responsibility.
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More than 650 girls and their families spent a day at the Girls Go
Gordon Low, believed that girls should have the opportunity
the Distance Walkathon and Activity Fair at Old Bethpage Village
to experience the fun of being outdoors. This year the Girl
Restoration. This fun-filled day got them outside, walking and
Scout Leadership Experience added 5 additional badges to
running, as well as raising money to invest in GSNC programs.
the portfolio, themed around Outdoor Exploration.
In 2015, 80 girls earned the Gold Award, the highest award
More than 3,000 Girl Scouts participated in a GSNC outdoor
in Girl Scouting. More than half of the Take Action projects
experience this year. Some of these girls spent time at Camp
they designed focused on improving the health of others.
Blue Bay or enjoyed the Summer Fun at Wantagh Park day camp,
Their projects covered topics like coping with food allergies,
others camped with their Troops or were gardeners at the Girl
overcoming bullying, water safety, emergency preparedness,
Scout Garden at The Farm at Oyster Bay. Many of them earned
healthy eating, learning a new sport or exercise routine, as well
badges and learned survival skills at Bailey Arboretum. They
as self-protection.
learned to identify tree species at Old Westbury Gardens and
We were honored that a GSNC Gold Award recipient was named
as one of the 10 Girl Scouts of the USA’s (GSUSA) 2015 National
Young Women of Distinction for her STEM related Take Action
Project. Julie Kapuvari addressed the worldwide decline of the
honeybee population, receiving a grant from the Long Island Beekeepers Club (LIBC) for a nucleus of one queen and 5,000 honeybees, which resulted in a local, sustained pollination source that
will help with food production on a local farm for years to come.
they scrambled around Central Park. Girls invested time to learn
to ride a horse, swing a tennis racket or fly high on a trapeze.
To ensure that all girls can be a Girl Scout, GSNC invested
over $52,814 in financial assistance for 2,680 girls in 2015 to
cover the cost of uniforms, membership fees, Troop dues,
books, program opportunities and camperships for girls.
Girls are never turned away from Girl Scouts of Nassau
County because of an inability to pay. These dollars came
Outdoor activities and experiences have a long tradition in
from donations to our Family Partnership Program and
the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Our founder, Juliette
other caring adults in our communities.
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In the GSRI study, The Power
of the Girl Scout Gold Award:
Excellence in Leadership
and Life , we learned that
“Women who were Girl
Scouts as girls display more
positive life outcomes with
regard to sense of self,
community service, civic
engagement, education, and
income than women who
were not Girl Scouts.” This is
why we must and why we do
“Invest in a Girl!”
CHAIRS OF ASSOCIATION VOLUNTEERS
AND DELEGATE CHAIRS
ASSOCIATION CAVs DELEGATE CHAIRS
Baldwin Sheree Lindsay
Yvette Gorman
Holmes
Bay Mary Elizabeth Delaney Christina Girardi
Lynn McDonnell
Bellmore Patricia Miller Joan Monastero
Carle Place/
No CAV
Paula Ducker-Davy
Westbury Central Park Susan Garfinkel Beth Elenko
East Meadow Jeannette Rotolo No Delegate Chair
ELLM Debbie O’ Connor Karen Feltkamp
Elmont Laura Becker Alexis Greaves
Cassandra Powell
Five Towns No CAV Blasia Baum
Floral Park/
Kathy Glowinski No Delegate Chair
Bellerose Virginia Savino
Freeport Alison Flaumenbaum Leslie Thomas
Garden City Susan Quigley Kimberly Murphy
Glen Cove No CAV Barbara Betkowski
Great Neck Leigh Gresalfi Dana Epifan
Hardscrabble Barbara Ann Keenan Klavdia Krieg
Hempstead No CAV Janet Gordon
Herricks No CAV Teresa Santosus
Hicksville No CAV Eileen Sill
Island Beach Janine Weed No Delegate Chair
Jericho/Syosset Shari Staiano Joanne Day
Manhasset Susan Cannatella Danielle O’Sullivan
Cindy Rainson
Massapequa No CAV Kathleen Murphy
Merrick Dianne Danielsen Lori D’Antonio
Randi Meltzer
Oceanside Irene Rosen Erica Gershkowitz
Park Jeannine Cohen Carol Anglikowski
Plainedge Cristina D’Amico Mary Jane
McGeady-Burgess
The Plains Christine Camardella Shannon Messina
Port Washington Sona Hyde Donna Russo
Rockville Centre Stephanie Bartoldus Elana Wills
Roosevelt No CAV Theresa Thompson
Seaford/
Joy Gilbert Maureen Tredwell
Wantagh Jennifer Freedman
Shore
No CAV No Delegate Chair
Uniondale Cynthia Gamble Beverly Edouard
Valley Stream Elizabeth Stevens Donna DePiola
WARM Patricia Schneider Karen Lombardo
West Hempstead/ Laura Esposito
Ann Marie
Franklin Square Spensieri-Fidis
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A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO EACH OF YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
You make sure the Girl Scout Leadership Experience is available to every girl in Nassau County. You make a positive impact
in the lives of girls, and you break down barriers to participation by funding membership and program fees, camp and STEM
activities and so much more.
(If we omitted or misspelled your name, please accept our apologies and notify us at [email protected] so we can make the corrections.)
2015 CORPORATION/ORGANIZATION DONORS
$10,000 AND ABOVE
AT&T
Bar Association of Nassau County, WE CARE Fund
Girl Scouts of the USA
The Edith Hendrickson
Family Foundation
PSEG
United Way of Long Island
Wells Fargo Foundation
$5,000 - $9,000
Astoria Bank
Robert & Toni Bader
Charitable Foundation
Bloomberg L.P.
Community Chest
of Port Washington
Horace and Amy Hagedorn
Long Island Fund
TD Bank, NA
$2,000 - $4,999
Arbonne Charitable
Foundation
William & Francoise
Barstow Foundation
Bethpage Federal Credit Union
Briarcliffe College
Long Island Children’s Museum
New York Community
Bank Foundation
NY Open Taekwondo
Championship
Soroptimist International
of Nassau County
$500-$1,999
Adelphi University
American Citizen’s
for Soldiers in Service
Bank of America
Charitable Foundation
Bartlett Dairy Inc.
Coliseum Gun Traders, LTD
Sgt. Peter F. Colleran, Jr.
Post 7763 VFW
Cook Maran & Associates, Inc.
Gap Foundation
Long Island Water
Conference Inc.
Mercato Kitchen & Cocktails
Microsoft Store,
Roosevelt Field
Morgan Stanley
Mutual of America
New York Institute of
Technology
Rosicki, Rosicki &
Associates, P.C.
Verizon Foundation
Winthrop-University Hospital
Zimmerman/Edelson, Inc.
$200 - $499
Affinity Health Plan
American Legion Post 958 –
East Rockaway
Atlantic Beverage Corp.
California Pizza Kitchen
Cohen Children’s Medical
Center/Kohl’s Cares
Cullen & Dykman LLP
DeMatteis Family Foundation
Doherty Breads, LLC/
Panera Bread
Friends of Ed Ambrosino
Friends of Ed Ra
Full Service Contracting, Inc.
Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha, Inc.
Hoskins LLP
Kate Murray for Supervisor
Honorable Thomas McKevitt,
NYS Assembly
Nawrocki Smith LLP, CPAs
New York American Water
Payroll Dynamics
Ridgewood Savings Bank
Honorable Michelle Schimel,
NYS Assembly
Sperry Associates
Federal Credit Union
Victor Murtha Post #972 –
American Legion
2015 IN KIND DONATIONS
A Taste of Home Bakery
Café & Sweet Shop
Apple & Eve, LLC
Arrow Transfer & Storage
Adelphi University
Performing Arts Center
Bailey Arboretum
Bethpage Federal Credit Union
Catholic Health Services
of Long Island
Chateau Briand Caterers
Chelsea Piers
Connoisseur Media, LLC
Corner Bakery Café
Costco – Westbury #226
Cradle of Aviation
Museum
Tony Cuban
Cucina & Cocktails
CW Arborists
Nick Dauber
The Feinstein Institute
for Medical Research
Femcho*
Frito Lay
GAALS: Girls Athletics
and Life Skills
Hofstra University
Home Depot
Hurricane Grill & Wings
In-Tents Party Rentals
Jackson Lewis, LLP
King Kullen Supermarket
Kona Ice
Laser Now
Little Brownie Bakers
Long Island Academy
of Fine Arts
Long Island Ducks
L & S Graphics
Macy’s Roosevelt Field
Mercato Kitchen & Cocktails
Microsoft Store,
Roosevelt Field
Molloy College
Nassau County Executive
Edward P. Mangano
News12 Long Island
New York Cosmos
New York Institute
of Technology
New York Mets
Northwell Health
Noticia Long Island
NYCB Theatre at Westbury
Old Westbury Gardens
Papa John’s Pizza
Rhythmology
St. Joseph Hospital
South of the Border
Suffolk County National Bank
The Swan Club
Town of Hempstead
Parks & Recreation
Uniondale High School
Vaughn College
of Aeronautics & Technology
Vera Bradley
Vitrano/7-Eleven Store
WABC Eyewitness News
Whole Foods of Jericho
2015 FAMILY PARTNERSHIP (Families Donating $100 & Above)
Adamos
Anfolisi
Bishop
Blundin
10
Cannatella
Choi
Duchatellier
Florio
Fong
Fox
Gialella
Gillis
Kampa
Laurino
Maler
Mc Allister
Milana
Misk
Milana
Nadeem
Nayar
Randazzo
Richmond
Romero
Russo
Singh
Sun
Tanguay
Tepedino
Tishler
Totten
2015 INDIVIDUAL DONORS
GOLD CIRCLE
$5,000 - $9,999
Donna Ceravolo
Debra Ieraci
SILVER CIRCLE
$2,000 - $4,999
Margaret Stacey
Leslie J. Cuneo
BRONZE CIRCLE
$500 - $1,999
James Adelis
Angelo Angelico
Joanne Antun
Laura Bissett-Carr
and Wayne Carr
Christine Bonczyk
Lisa Burke
Austin Cannon Jr.
Agnelo Dias
Luci Duckson-Bramble
Anthony Edelman
Ronald Edelson
Lucy Effron
Andrea Elder-Howell, Esq.
Christina Ferry
Jan Figueira
Jeanne Goldie
Deborah Goldsmith
Charles and Catherine
Gropper
Wanda Jackson
Beth Meixner
Christina Mendoza
Susanne May Morahan
Barbara Murphy Schwaner
Christopher Pendergast
Cynthia Perkins-Roberts
Kelly Ann Poole Reed, Esq.
Jeanne Cleveland
Aileen Corcoran
Anne Cybriwsky
Yahira DeLeon
Lori DiMaggio
Denise Dobson
Cynthia Garrett
Donna Geidel
Joann Huber
Margaret Iamunno
Deborah Mallon
Gloria Mauter
Yvonne Mowatt
Ellen Palmisano
Cynthia Philbin
Shanel Sanders
Marilyn Stolz
Victoria Strauber
Rama Vora
Diane White
Bonnie Porzio, Esq.
Stephanie Prefer
Erica Rice
Donna Rivera-Downey
Brian Rothschild
Dr. George Santiago
Deborah Schiff
Lydia Slatic
Valerie Terzano
Irene V. Villacci, Esq.
Joyce Wagner
GREEN CIRCLE
$200 - $499
Patricia Amoroso
Theresa Aulman-Viola
Ruth Bigman
Joan Bompane
Susan Carter
Servando and Susana Cid
SUMMARY OF SELECTED FINANCIAL DATA (For the Year Ending December 31, 2015)
ASSETS
Current Assets
Fixed Assets, Net
TOTAL ASSETS
2015 EXPENSES by Category
23,250,213
1,759,718
25,009,931
LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
Total Liabilities
Net Assets:
Unrestricted:
General Fund
Land, Building & Equipment
Board Designated Endowment Fund
Board Designated Capital Fund
Board Designated New Directions Fund
Temporarily Restricted
Permanently Restricted
TOTAL NET ASSETS
TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS
4%
7%
9%
Volunteerism
Programs
24%
Camp
357,842
Management
Public Relations
435,694
1,759,718
11,284,925
6,612,973
4,488,978
16,706
53,095
24,652,089
25,009,931
PUBLIC SUPPORT & REVENUES
Public Support
Membership
591,916
Revenues4,140,246
TOTAL PUBLIC SUPPORT & REVENUES
4,732,162
Fundraising
15%
15%
26%
EXPENSES
Program Services Expenses:
Membership 1,342,988
Volunteerism
840,204
Programs
1,469,327
Camp
871,842
Supporting Services Expenses:
Management
509,506
Public Relations
414,319
Fundraising 231,945
TOTAL EXPENSES
5,680,131
EXCESS (DEFICIENCY) OF PUBLIC SUPPORT
& REVENUES OVER (UNDER) EXPENSES
(947,969)
Financial Statements of Girl Scouts of Nassau County, Inc. are audited by Nawrocki Smith, LLP
Copies of complete financial statements may be obtained by writing to: Girl Scouts of Nassau County, Inc. 110 Ring Road West, Garden City, NY 11530
or NYS Department of Law, Charities Bureau Registration Unit, 120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271
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Girl Scout Mission Statement
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage,
confidence, and character,
who make the world a better place.
The Girl Scout Promise
On my honor, I will try:
To serve God and my country,
To help people at all times,
And to live by the Girl Scout Law.
CONNECT
Girl Scout Misión
Girl Scouts ayuda a las niñas a desarrollar
el valor, la confianza en sí mismas y los principios
para hacer del mundo un mejor lugar.
LEADER
FRIENDLY
TROOP
FUN
CONSIDERATE
Character
Help People
sister
& FAIR
honor
Yo me esforzaré por:
Ser honrada y justa
cordial y servicial,
considerada y compasiva,
valiente y fuerte, y
responsable de lo que digo y hago,
y por
respetarme a mí misma y a los demás
respetar la autoridad
usar los recursos de manera prudente,
hacer del mundo un lugar mejor, y
ser hermana de cada una de las Girl Scouts
Strong
La Ley de Girl Scouts
girl scout
Honest
Por mi honor, yo trataré:
De servir a Dios y a mi patria,
ayudar a las personas en todo momento,
y vivir conforme a la Ley de Girl Scouts.
CONFIDENCE
La Promesa de Girl Scouts
community
responsible
HELPFUL
discover
SERVE
GROW
Ta k e A c t i o n
Respect Myself
&
others
JOURNEYS
CARING
I will do my best to be
honest and fair,
friendly and helpful,
considerate and caring,
courageous and strong, and
responsible for what I say and do,
and to
respect myself and others,
respect authority,
use resources wisely,
make the world a better place, and
be a sister to every Girl Scout.
Myself
Badges
The Girl Scout Law
courage
Girl Scouts of Nassau County, Inc.
110 Ring Road West, Garden City, NY 11530
Tel 516.741.2550 l Fax 516.741.2207 l gsnc.org

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