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What is the GIFTs for Girls Campaign?

The GIFTs for Girls Campaign is an opportunity for families and friends of Girl Scouts to make a financial contribution directly to benefit the girls. This organized, council-wide request for financial contributions helps to underwrite the cost of providing the Girl Scout Program to every girl member in our Council. It is a way parents and adult Girl Scouts can tangibly express their belief in the value of Girl Scouting and make a difference in the lives of young women… our future leaders!

No one believes in the potential of a girl more than her family. It is her family who invests in her every day, through guidance, sharing of values, and the moral, physical and financial support necessary to ensure that she grows into a confident, courageous woman.

Girl Scouts of Citrus shares this vision with you and offers the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to girls, helping them discover their full potential, using their knowledge and skills to explore the world, connect and team with others and take action in their life on issues they care about.

Your charitable gift to Girl Scouts of Citrus will go a long way in helping us continue our mission of building girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. 

Because of you, a Girl Scout will step outside of her comfort zone, learn valuable teamwork and leadership skills and spend her life making the world a better place.

  • $15 Gives one girl a year-long membership to Girl Scouts

  • $25 Purchases a uniform & makes a girl’s experience complete

  • $60 Allows a girl to participate in a volunteer-lead Girl Scout experience

  • $135 Sends a girl to day camp

  • $325 Sponsors one girl to attend one week of sleep-away camp

Our community goal for 2022-2023 is $2,261. Won't you help us reach it?!

Another Way To Help!
The Re-Use Collection Program

Girl Scouts Earn A Patch For Weight Donated

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Testimonials from Girl Scouts of Citrus


Cadette, age 13

I’ve learned to trust each other when it comes to helping, because sometimes if you work together, you can accomplish a lot more than you could alone.


Junior, age 11

I always wanted to be a Girl Scout. I have gained more from Girl Scouts then I could have imagined. I love it.


Cadette, age 12

Being a Girl Scout has challenged me and showed me that nothing is impossible.


Senior, age 14

I’ve been through a lot and Girl Scouts helped me to learn how to trust other girls and adults.


Brownie, age 9

In Girl Scouts I’ve learned that whoever you are, you can still help people and you can always make an impact.

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