Online or By Mail
To put your donation to work as quickly as possible, please mail your donation to our Macon area office at: 6869 Columbus Road, Lizella, GA 31052.
Ways to Give
At Girl Scouts, we believe that when girls succeed so does society. We provide girls with a place to discover their passions, find their voice and make positive impact in their communities. These girls are building a better world for all of us!
Help us ensure that every girl in Historic Georgia develops the courage, confidence, and character that Girl Scouts nurtures. An investment in Girl Scouting is broader than a cause or a cure. It is a commitment to the next generation of self-sufficient and capable women.
Large or small, every donation makes an
impact in the lives of girls and in our communities.
- $25 pays the membership fee of a young girl whose family cannot afford for her to participate in Scouting
- $75 pays for the uniform, pins, patches, and handbook of a new Scout whose family cannot afford to participate in Scouting
- $450 will pay for a week of camp for a girl whose family cannot afford to send her to camp
$1,750 pays for a year of service to an outreach troop of
There are many different ways you can contribute, and giving is easy. Here’s how you can help:
Online or By Mail
Help more families experience the amazing benefits of Girl Scouting by contributing to our Family Partnership Campaign. Simply add on a gift amount of your choice when you renew your membership or sign up for a Adult Membership or Girl Membership. Already registered? Make a donation here.
Many employers participate in the United Way Annual Campaign, which allows employees to contribute to a charity of choice through payroll deduction. Also, many companies will match their employee’s charitable contributions through matching gifts programs. To find out if your company has a matching gifts program, please contact your human resources office.
Corporate Giving & Sponsorships
Businesses and organizations can invest in girls by sponsoring Girl Scout QuestFest, Thin Mint Throwdown or another signature event, contributing through employee matching gifts, or by becoming a year-long GSHG Partner. For more information, contact LaDon Shaw.
Looking to sponsor more than just an event? Please contact LaDon Shaw. Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia now offers yearly partnerships with various benefits for those businesses and organizations that would like to align with GSHG in building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Help Girl Scouts While You Shop
Aside from formal donations, you can easily earn money for Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia when you shop. Make an investment in Girl Scouting by shopping at Kroger (organization #17449) and using Amazon Smile, eBay Giving Works, and iGive! Download the FREE Girl Scouts Changemakers app on Google Play or the App Store, where you can round up your purchases and donate your change - helping girls prepare for a lifetime of leadership!
Advertise With Us
Support Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia AND grow your business by advertising with us! GSHG serves 122 counties in Georgia, 2 counties in South Carolina and Russell Co. in Alabama-- that's 12,500 girls, 5,000 volunteers and all of their families! Your adversisment could run in our Program, Resource & Summer Camp Guide and weekly newsletter. We even offer social posts, flyer distribution and graphic design. For more information contact Shannon Bryant, Events and Marketing Manager..
Adult Training Scholarship Fund
Contribute to the training of our volunteers! GSHG Volunteers serve Girl Scouts every day, and have necessary training to complete before leading troops in certain activities. Any donation is helpful to aid in the success of our volunteers.
2020 Convention Travel for Girls
On October 23–25, 2020, thousands of girls and their supporters from around the world will come together for G.I.R.L. 2020 in Orlando, Florida. Hosted by Girl Scouts of the USA, the mega event will provide attendees with unforgettable experiences as they gain inspiration, tools to empower themselves, and the know-how to lead change in their communities—connecting with some of the most influential women in the world along the way. Contribute to the expenses of our GSHG Girl Scouts as they travel to convention and return as go-getters, innovators, risk-takers, and leaders!