Defining “Girl-Led” with Your Troop Families
When her new meeting space is her living room, how can you encourage families to keep activities girl-led at home?
Your routine—and your girls’ routines—may have changed with everything happening in our world right now. But what hasn’t changed is how Girl Scouts, especially our dedicated troop leaders, rise to meet challenges.
Through Girl Scouts at Home, you’ll find the support you need to keep yourself and your troop strong, even when you can’t meet in person. Start by exploring:
Girl Scout activities for every grade level and videos from our Girl Scout community nationwide
Articles in our Tips for Troop Leaders hub, including first-person accounts of successful virtual meetings
A calendar of virtual events for your troop and webcasts specifically for troop leaders
Ask a Troop Leader
Leading your troop certainly feels different right now, but we’re here to help—just ask a troop leader!
If you have questions about helping your troop thrive in our current world, simply let us know, and a fellow troop leader will respond to you personally with their real-world advice. You can expect a response within 48 hours—and we’ll also let you know if your local council might be the best resource for your situation.
Let's keep Girl Scouts going, together!