- Who We Are
- For Adults
- For Girls
- Girl Scout Shop
Collaborations and partnerships with leaders in the federal government offer the Girl Scouts enormous opportunities to create public policies benefiting girls, expand effective programs, and bring Girl Scouting to underserved communities. To further these joint efforts, the Public Policy and Advocacy office established the Honorary Congressional Girl Scout Troop—Troop Capitol Hill, a bipartisan delegation of women Members of Congress, to substantively address issues affecting girls and young women in partnership with Congress.
Members of Girl Scouts Honorary Troop Capitol Hill. From left to right: Representative Grace Meng, Representative Lois Frankel, Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Representative Dina Titus, Representative Ann Kirkpatrick, and Representative Eddie Bernice Johnson.
All members of Troop Capitol Hill are inspiring role models for Girl Scouting’s nearly 3 million girl members nationwide and help us gain national visibility on girl issues.
Troop Capitol Hill has assisted Girl Scouts of the USA in an impressive array of activities, including sponsoring special events to introduce more Members of Congress to the benefits of Girl Scouting, developing policy ideas and holding congressional briefings to address key issues facing girls and young women, and identifying funding opportunities to support these issues.