What do Rube Goldberg machines, microscopes, and science experiments have in common? Thanks to donors like you, these are all things that Girl Scouts get to do at camp this summer!
Because of your support, our new STEM Counselor at Camp Daisy Hindman will lead fun, hands-on activities for campers of all ages this summer. Your support also provided STEM activity guides that help volunteers lead STEM programs at day camps.
Abi Limbird experiments with slime at Service Unit 634's STEM-themed day camp
But we know that more girls need more exposure to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) to fill tomorrow's STEM career pipelines.
You can make a difference. With your support, we can build girls' confidence through STEM experiences at camp and throughout the year. Make a gift today or join Daisy's Circle and help us address the female leadership gap in STEM.
Thank you for helping today's Girl Scouts to become tomorrow's leaders!
You are leaving a legacy for girls
On June 11, members of our Trefoil Society came together for a very special luncheon. These generous individuals have made GSKSMO a part of their will and estate plans. Check out our Facebook page for
Former Girl Scout Board Chair Marcia Bailey (left) with Trefoil Luncheon Chair Joan Ruff
more photos of the event with these dedicated supporters of Girl Scouts.
For more information about how you can join the Trefoil Society, contact Mary Pat Beals at firstname.lastname@example.org or (816) 759-3045.
Capitol Federal employees make a difference at camp
Clearing brush, cleaning up around the rappel tower and zipline area and completing a helmet rack were critical projects that Capitol Federal employees completed for Camp Prairie Schooner on June 24.
Eight employees from the 95th and Nall branch in Overland Park, Kansas came to work, and work they did! The employees generously gave their time that saved several hours of work for our Site Manager
Capitol Federal employees at Camp Prairie Schooner
Zach. They were incredible!
This is the 2nd Girl Scout camp that Capitol Federal has supported. In May the foundation gave a $75,000 grant to bring electricity to the new cabins and improve waterlines throughout Camp Daisy Hindman. We are so appreciative of their financial and volunteer support!
Interested in a camp project? Please contact Kristen Thayer at email@example.com or (816) 759-3311.
Yours in Girl Scouting,