Girl Scouts of Greater New York (GSGNY) commends the City Council’s Young Women’s Initiative for its report and recommendations on investing in the future of young women and girls in New York City, released today. GSGNY CEO Barbara Murphy Warrington issued the following statement. GSGNY served on the initiative’s education task force.
"As the largest girls-leadership development organization in the city, we recognize the importance of the City Council’s Young Women’s Initiative and applaud the extensive series of well-thought-out recommendations, especially the one to grow the... Read more »
This Sunday is Mother's Day - a day when we celebrate the women in our lives who encourage girls to pursue their dreams and help them grow in courage, confidence, and character. They are:
Mothers, aunts, grandmothers, step-mothers, and other family members who guide our girls in their day-to-day lives;
Troop leaders and volunteers who help girls in their Girl Scout journeys; and
Our... Read more »
"Those who can, do.
Those who can do more, volunteer."
On this National Girl Scout Leader's Day, we express our deepest gratitude to each of our 7,657 volunteers.
With love, patience, and a deep dedication to enriching the lives of girls everywhere, these incredible women and men generously give their time to mentor and inspire New York City's girls. Our volunteers... Read more »
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Najah Lorde's living room has become her makeshift corporate office.
It's where the businesses-savvy teen prepares hundreds of bags of girl scout cookies before distribution.
"When they say oh I'll take one box, you gotta push it a little bit, oh what about two boxes?" she explained.
It's that kind of perseverance that helped Lorde... Read more »
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Out of over thousands of girls from across the five boroughs, one Manhattan teen has shown that with determination and confidence, any girl can be one tough cookie.
This year Olivia Cranshaw, 14, has earned the title of New York City’s top Girl Scout cookie seller after selling a total of 1,745 boxes during the six week 2015-2016 sale period.
A... Read more »
Happy birthday! The Girl Scouts of the USA was founded 104 years ago tomorrow. Right here in New York City, we serve 29,242 girls from every zip code across the five boroughs.
Thanks to the commitment of our wonderful volunteers and supporters, we give girls the tools they need to succeed. Girls work together to engineer their own machines in our robotics program, learn about e-commerce through the... Read more »
Dear Girl Scouts Friends and Family:
In the past several months, we began expanding our Girl Scouts of Greater New York Robotics program, and already it's achieving great success. This month, all three of our Girl Scout robotics teams, who competed in the NYC First Lego League Qualifier, are advancing to the city-wide championships in March!
On top of... Read more »
As you may have seen in her State of the City Speech, New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito announced that the City Council and philanthropic partners are committing $20 million over two years to young women and girls in New York City!
Barbara Murphy- Warrington, CEO for the Girl Scouts of Greater New York issues the following statement in response to this address. GSGNY is a... Read more »
Be the designer you have dreamed to be. Be the creative, expressive, unique New Yorker you aspire to be. Be the Girl Scout you know you are. We’re opening a new Girl Scouts Retail Store, and we need you to create art for our new official t-shirts and patches!
The design you create should encompass what it means to be a Girl Scout in New York City. Your art could be part of our ongoing “GSGNY:... Read more »
Dear Girl Scouts Friends and Family:
As I thought about the year ahead, I was reminded of the Girl Scout Promise.
On my honor, I will try:
To serve God and my country,
To help people at all times,
And to live by the Girl Scout Law.
Our Girl Scouts of all ages carry out this Promise in ways large and small all across the city, and the height of girls' efforts to fulfill the promise can be... Read more »