The Girl Scout Climate program, which includes the Girl Scout Climate Challenge and the Girl Scout Tree Promise, provides girls with an opportunity to take action on climate change and social justice in their communities. The Girl Scout Climate program also aligns with the AME Church’s climate change resolution and the Association of African Methodist Episcopal Scouts (AAMES) goal of providing STEM learning opportunities.
Our goal is to equip AME churches across the country with the necessary tools to build partnerships with their local Girl Scout councils to implement the Girl Scout Climate program. The resources below will help AME church leaders collaborate with local Girl Scouts to host successful programs and events for all families.
Share your success! Please let GSUSA know how your congregation(s) participated in the Girl Scout Climate program by completing this quick survey.
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AME Partnership Guide (PDF)
Program Partnership Guide for Girl Scout Councils and AME Churches
Climate Challenge Event Guide (PDF)
Everything you need to host a Climate Challenge event
Tree Planting Event Guide (PDF)
Everything you need to host a Tree Planting event
Climate Challenge Activities for Grades K–5 (PDF)
Activities suitable for Kindergarten through 5th grade
Climate Challenge Resources for Grades K–5 (PDF)
Resources to support activities for Kindergarten through 5th grade
Climate Challenge Activities for Grades 6–12 (PDF)
Activities suitable for 6th through 12th grade
Climate Challenge Reesources for Grades 6–12 (PDF)
Resources to support activities for 6th through 12th grade
Adult Resource Guide (PDF)
Resources for adults to assist children with the Climate Challenge
Marketing Resources (ZIP)
Social media and email graphics to help spread the word