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Girl Scout Community Service

I put this together for my Girl Scout Service Unit. We donate a gift basket to the first baby girl born during Girl Scout Week at our local hospital! This is my first time ever putting together a basket. I added baby wash cloth roses through out the basket. I think it turned out great!

Cadette girl scout troop 5366 donating their loom knitted hats to babys in hospital (knitting rays of hope).

Better than Girl Scout Cookies

knittingraysofhope.wordpress.com

This site has a list of great ideas to fight hunger. Although many are one-time events, they could be turned into Take Action projects. For example, girls could host a benefit potluck, blog about how they did it (inspiring others to do the same), network with girls in other communities to hold a potluck on the same night, or work with a community organization to establish a yearly "Feed the Hungry Benefit Potluck."

Share the Bounty Feed the Hungry

culinary.net

Great example of what Take Action looks like! This mother took what could have been a community service project (make a care package for the homeless) and turned it into what Girl Scouts call a Take Action project. She did that by passing on what she knows to educate and inspire others -- through the blog post, the free printables, the resource list, etc. That's what makes this sustainable! So inspiring.

Make a Jared Box to lift the spirit of a chronically ill child at a hospital near you. Good community service project for kids.

The Jared Box Project

thejaredbox.com

Service Project idea: volunteer to man the water station at a walk/race

Garner News - Girl Scouts make celebrating a year long event

garnernews.net

For Cadettes doing the Breathe program -- thought starters for Take Action projects involving trees.

Great example of what Take Action looks like! This mother took what could have been a community service project (make a care package for the homeless) and turned it into what Girl Scouts call a Take Action project. She did that by passing on what she knows to educate and inspire others -- through the blog post, the free printables, the resource list, etc. That's what makes this sustainable! So inspiring.