Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana, Inc. | Who We Are | Donate Now!
Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana is a not-for-profit organization and relies on support from community partners, granting organizations, and individual donors.
A gift from you supports:
For more information or to learn about how you can help us in our mission of building girls of courage, confidence, and character, contact Pat Bateman, Chief Development Officer at (812) 421-4970 ext 326 or at email@example.com
All donations to GSSI support the Girl Scout ToGetHerThere Campaign, which is rallying the nation around the cause of creating and supporting an environment in which girls can develop their leadership potential and grow into successful adults who make the world a better place. Financial support from friends in the community provides the funds GSSI needs to offer leadership experiences that can help ensure the future success of girls in GSSI's 11-county jurisdiction in southwest Indiana.
Make an online donation to GSSI through Network for Good!
Network for Good is a "donor-advised fund," which is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization that collects contributions from donors and distributes those contributions to other nonprofit 501(c)3 organizations in good standing with the IRS as recommended by you, the donor. Your credit card statement, therefore, lists Network for Good and not Girl Scouts because your donation is to Network for Good's donor-advised fund. Network for Good then forwards the contribution to GSSI on your behalf. As required by the IRS, Network for Good has exclusive legal control over donations to its donor-advised fund. All donations are final and may not be refunded.
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In the space marked DESIGNATION, you can write in the name of one of GSSI special funds:
#1: Family Giving Partnership:
A gift to the Family Giving Partnership shows a Girl Scout how much her parents/guardians value her participation in Girl Scouts. FGP gifts benefit all girls in GSSI's 11-county jurisdiction. Families receive a special commemorative patch for a gift to the FGp which their Girl Scout can wear on her sash or vest. The names of donors to the Family giving Partnership are listed in GSSI's annual fall donor newsletter. Complete the online Family Giving Partnership donation form, including the credit card information, do a SAVE AS to capture your data, and then email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, you can print the form out, complete it, and send it with a check to GSSI, 223 NW Second St., Evansville IN 47708.
#2: Daisy Donors
#3: President's Club
#4: "I Love Camp Koch" Club
#5: Fairy Godmother for the Enchanted Woods & Fairy Garden:
Evansville artist and Girl Scout Lauren Longest has drawn and painted lovely symbols of Girl Scouts and Camp Koch inside the Bungalow to make it a welcoming space for the younger girls. Evansville artist and former Girl Scout Ashley Ellen Frary designed a beautiful fairy image for the Enchanted Woods & Fairy Garden which GSSI staff used to develop a patch that will be given to each girl who participates. Girls will also receive a journal to record activities and memories of their visit.
An Enchanted Woods and & Fairy Garden program curriculum has been developed, along with a customized play written by Parker Ford of Posey County Troop 454, a story, a scavenger hunt, and fairy and nature activities that will allow girls to learn and play in this new area. Brownies can also earn badges.
#6: The McKinney Fund for Girl Scouts:
GSSI also has a Planned Giving program: The Juliette Gordon Low Society: