Girl Scouts go Grassroots to Promote Healthy Policies

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At the 2008 National Council Session, Girl Scouts launched its first ever Girl Scouts grassroots network (www.girlscouts4girls.org). Over 1,000 Girl Scout members, volunteers, staff and alumnae joined the Girl Scouts Advocacy Network to act on issues moving through Congress and the state legislatures that are important to girls and Girl Scouts.  This was a great start, but we need ALL Girl Scout staff, friends and supporters to become a part of this important effort.

 GSUSA is also developing a broader legislative agenda at the federal, state and local level. Our efforts aim to enact public policies that promote healthy living for girls, strengthen Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education for girls, ensure girls' financial literacy, and promote girls' leadership and development.  You can be a part of this effort by joining the Girl Scout Advocacy Network. As a member, you will: 

•     Receive updates on issues moving through Congress and the state legislatures;
•     Be able to send customized messages to your elected officials;
•     Have access to contact information for your elected officials; and
•     Be a part of a growing grassroots network.

 Log on to www.girlscouts4girls.org and become a member today!

 

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