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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 could help with:
- Leadership development for all girls in our 11-county jurisdiction who want to participate.
- Programs and activities for girls in the critical areas of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), financial literacy, leadership, and healthy living.
- Year-round Girl Scout program delivery in five different Pathways in which girls can participate--troops/group, events, camp, series, and travel.
- Training for adult volunteers to ensure the safe, effective delivery of Girl Scout programs.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
ToGetHerThere 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.
How you can support GSSI's special ToGetHerThere Campaign
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 donor newsletter.
Daisy Donors donate an initial gift of $500 and $250 per year each year thereafter. Daisy Donors names are listed in GSSI's annual donor newsletter and are invited to one or more special events during the year.
President's Club members contribute $,1000 or more to GSSI in a fiscal year (October 1-September 30.) President Club members' names are listed in GSSI's annual donor newsletter, and members are invited to one or more special events during the year.
"I Love Camp Koch" Club:
Donors can support the maintenance and upgrade of GSSI's residential camp facility, Camp Koch. "I Love Camp Koch" donors are listed in GSSI's annual donor newsletter. The "I Love Camp Koch" fund gives former campers and staff the opportunity to support a place and an experience that have remained dear to them throughout their life. GSSI supporters and Camp Koch enthusiasts Joyce Romer and Kathleen Church asked their friends to make a donation to the "I Love Camp Koch" Club instead of buying them a birthday present.
The McKinney Fund for Girl Scouts:
With a commitment to extending the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to all girls who want to participate, the McKinney family has established the McKinney Fund for Girl Scouts. Donations to this fund support Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana's Scoutership Fund, benefiting families experiencing financial hardship. Scouterships are available to cover a portion of the costs related to Girl Scout membership if there is need.
Planned Giving opportunity: The Juliette Gordon Low Society:
Members of GSSI's Juliette Gordon Low Society believe that the lasting benefits of Girl Scouting should be forever preserved. They have included Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana in their estate and financial plans. A planned gift of any amount is an investment in our community's future and enrolls donoor in the Juliette Gordon Low Society. Donors can choose the planned giving option that fits their financial goals. If you have questions about making a planned giving gift to Girl Scouts, contact Pat Bateman, 812-421-4970, Ext. 326, or email@example.com.
Where the Money Goes
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