Kroger Community Rewards Program
Support Girl Scouts while you grocery shop! Make sure to designate Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia at www.kroger.com/communityrewards, swipe your Kroger card each time you shop, and earn money back for GSHG!
Other Easy Ways to Support GSHG
Aside from formal donations, there are lots of easy (and fun) ways to help raise money for Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia. Here are some ways to make an investment in Girl Scouting without making a large contribution yourself:
Kroger Community Rewards Program
Amazon Smile Program
Support Girl Scouts while you shop! Make sure to designate Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia through AmazonSmile. Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchase to our council. AmazonSmile has the same products, same prices, and same service as the Amazon you know. Just make sure to start shopping through smile.amazon.com in order to give to our council today!
Buy a Brick
The First Girl Scout Headquarters building was formerly the carriage house for Juliette Low’s adult home, and it now houses the council’s archives and serves as a museum and program activity center. We’re replacing the bricks in the courtyard with new, commemorative engraved bricks. They are 4”x8” in size and cost $100 each. Share a message or just list your name. To purchase a brick, please print/complete the Commemorative Brick Order Form and return it with your payment (Visa, MasterCard or check) to any GSHG council shop, or to save time and gas, order your brick online now! For additional information, please contact LaDon Shaw.
Scouting for Shoes
GSHG is proud to partner with ShoeBox Recycling to offer our supporters the opportunity to raise funds for Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia in an environmentally friendly way. The program is simple. You collect gently used, re-wearable shoes. ShoeBox Recycling will pay us $.50 for each pound collected. We will put these funds toward your Service Unit Friends & Family Campaign fundraising efforts. ShoeBox Recycling also provides us with boxes to fill and also covers all shipping costs!
- Get Started Now!
- Program Overview
- Program Flyer
- Acceptable Shoes Flyer
- Tracking Form
eBay Giving Works
eBay Giving Works makes it easy to support Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia by both buying and selling online! Shop items that benefit GSHG by visiting eBay Giving Works. Be sure to sell items too, as charity listings often get more bids and higher prices than regular eBay listings!
Raise money for Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia by simply shopping online with iGive! iGive members can generate donations by shopping online at any of their 1,200+ stores. There are no costs, obligations, nor any hidden fees, and it’s all automatic! Get started with iGive today and choose Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia as your cause.
I am a Philanthropist Program
Some people think that philanthropy is just about foundations or large companies giving away lots of money, but that's only one part. Philanthropy is really about everyday people giving the time and help to causes they care about... like Girl Scouts! Alumnae, troop leaders, and Girl Scout volunteers can be philanthropists... and girls can too! It's easy! Just use our tools and resources below to complete Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia's "I am a Philanthropist" program:
- Make Your Own Bank
- Contribution Form
- Girl Workbook
- IAP Submission Form
- Parent Letter
- Troop Leader Guide