We wanted to highlight some of the great things you are helping us achieve. Thanks to donors like you, we are making exciting progress in programs like the SPARK Event series, our recently-launched program that introduces girls to careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math).
And thanks to our friend, Cindy Wallis-Lage, Pearl Award Honoree and President of Water Business at Black & Veatch, we've just received a nice gift from Black & Veatch to support our STEM programs.
Also, we're excited to share the story below about a Mackenzie, a Girl Scout Alumna who is doing great things to inspire girls while supporting Girl Scouts.
Today we celebrate the birthday of Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of the Girl Scouts. Our visionary founder believed that all girls, regardless of background or disability, deserved the opportunity to develop self-reliance and resourcefulness. Since it was established in 1912, millions of girls have benefitted from Girl Scouting.
Because of you, we are able to continue Juliette's vision of building girls who make the world a better place.
GSKSMO Alumna Accomplishes Amazing Goal
After five months and 2,668 miles, Girl Scout Alumna Mackenzie Evan Smith completed her hike of the Pacific Crest Trail! Mackenzie used the long-distance trek to raise money for the organization that gave her the skills to complete such a challenge. You can help us build girls of courage, confidence, and character - Honor and congratulate Mackenzie with a gift to Girl Scouts. Don't wait - make your gift today! The deadline to give is November 15th!