Juniors Go for Bronze in Big Ways
Every day around the country, Girl Scout Juniors go Bronze, completing incredible service projects that help make their communities and the world a better place. The Bronze Award is the highest honor Girl Scouts in grades four and five can earn. Their daring efforts show just how much it means to them—because going Bronze isn’t really about winning an award, but about changing others’ lives and inspiring others to do the same.
Here are just a few examples of how Girl Scouts go Bronze, and make big things happen.
In 2016, Troop 2189 from Girl Scouts of Nassau County won their Bronze Award by educating others on traffic safety and how to avoid accidents. Making the world a safer place—way to go girls!
In 2015, Troop 45492 from Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska won their Bronze Award by collecting donations to put together birthday party bags, including awesome handmade cards, for kids in need. Everyone deserves a happy birthday—what a special thing to do!
In 2014, Troop 289 from Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas won their Bronze Award by collecting significant donations, including dog food, cat food, towels, dish soap, and more, for the Humane Society of Harlingen. What a great way to show some love to our animal friends!
And there’s so much more where that came from. Learn more about going Bronze!