Fact: The Girl Scout Leadership Experience is time-tested and backed up by data. The longer she’s in Girl Scouts, the more likely she is to enjoy life satisfaction later on. 📊 Read more about the long term benefits of being a Girl Scout.
So, we have the facts, but what we’re wondering is this:
What has been the #GSdifference in YOUR Girl Scout’s life?
From April 15-May 31, Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania is running a social media contest for GSWPA Girl Scouts who joined/renewed for the 2021-2022 Girl Scout year.
Prize: Three participating GSWPA Girl Scouts will be chosen at random to win a prize pack. 😲 And winners will be featured with GSWPA—our blog, our Facebook, and more!
It’s easy to play!
- Renew or join for the 2021-2022 Girl Scout year.
- Follow us on social media (Facebook, Instagram & Twitter) and keep an eye out for ANY post that contains #GSdifference.
- Comment on the post.
- Let us know that you (or your girl) is renewed/joined and ready to go for the next year of adventures.
- Share the #GSdifference in her life. Courage? New hobby? Set her on a career path? We all have a reason for being a Girl Scout—what’s her’s? Add a photo if you can!!
- Tag a friend who should participate too!
- Share the post from your account.
“Julia is renewed for next year! The opportunities she has had as a Girl Scout have pushed her out of her comfort zone and taught her to always try. She went from a shy girl at a cookie booth to charging the climbing tower at camp!
@Stacey Parker comment to win!”
- A comment on a post that includes #GSdifference qualifies as an entry.
- Entries must include a statement that the Girl Scout is a member for the upcoming Girl Scout year, one difference that Girl Scouts has made in her life (or why she joined if you’re a new member), and a tag of someone else.
- Want to enter more than once? Yes, please! You may comment as many times on as many posts as you’d like—we would love to hear ALL the ways that Girl Scouts has impacted your life! Just make sure your one difference and tag of someone else are always different.