Girl Scout Week 2022 kicks off on Sunday, March 6 and runs through Saturday, March 12 with our Birthday Bash events. We can’t wait to celebrate each day with you! Find details about how you can show your Girl Scout spirit all week long. Share photos on social media and be sure to tag us!
Sunday, March 6: Girl Scout Sunday
Girl Scout Sunday is dedicated to thinking about your beliefs and how they’re reflected in the Girl Scout Law. Today, think of the things the two have in common and share your thoughts with others. You can also find more information on Girl Scouts and Faith on our website here. Need bulletin inserts for your house of worship? Click here for three different options.
Monday, March 7: Make New Friends Monday
Ask your school or work if you can post a flyer about Girl Scouts or hand out postcards to the girls in your class.
Tuesday, March 8: #TroopTuesday
Post on social media something fantastic your Girl Scout troop has done! Don’t forget to tag us at GSCP2P on Facebook or @girlscoutsp2p on Instagram and use the hashtag #TroopTuesday.
Wednesday, March 9: #WayBackWednesday
Post on social media a throwback picture of you in Girl Scouts. BONUS: Wear an old summer camp T-shirt and remember those fun days of summer camp! Don’t forget to tag us at GSCP2P on Facebook or @girlscoutsp2p on Instagram and use the hashtag #WayBackWednesday.
Thursday, March 10: T-shirt Thursday
Wear your favorite Girl Scout T-shirt or sweatshirt today!
Friday, March 11: #FeelGoodFriday
Post on social media why you are happy to be a Girl Scout! Don’t forget to tag us at GSCP2P on Facebook or @girlscoutsp2p on Instagram and use the hashtag #FeelGoodFriday. March 11 is also Girl Scout Jummah that we celebrate with our Muslim Girl Scout sisters and the start of Girl Scout Sabbath or Shabbat that we celebrate with our Jewish Girl Scout sisters.
Saturday, March 12: Happy Birthday, Girl Scouts!
We hope you will be celebrating with us at our three Birthday Bash events! If you are unable to attend, would you consider giving a “Birthday Gift” to celebrate the day?