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Whether your last troop meeting was yesterday or 20 years ago, the bonds of sisterhood are never-ending.

Remember that special moment as a young girl when you realized that you could do pretty much anything you set your mind to?  How would you like to help girls uncover special moments like those?

By sharing your talents, stories, and time with us, you can inspire a new generation of Girl Scouts. Remember, once a Girl Scout, always a Girl Scout.

Fill out the Alum Contact Form below to receive that latest and greatest from our council – with suggestions on how you can get involved and give back to Girl Scouts. You have the power to change a girl’s life. We can’t wait to hear from you!

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Lifetime Membership

 Lifetime Membership

  • Young Alum Lifetime Member: $200 (former girl member who is 18-29 years old)
  • Lifetime Member: $400 (Adult 18 years or older who is not a former girl member; or former girl member who is 30 years or older)
  • Complete the Lifetime Membership form 
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Because I was a Girl Scout...

Sarah Garcia: "My viewpoint changed from a narrow personal standpoint to a wide global perspective, helping me to appreciate the various cultures within my immediate community as well as during my travels."

"The single most impactful experience in Girl Scouts for me would be earning the Gold Award."

Joanne Felker: “I met the man of my dreams, I have the best friends for life and raised children to continue those same principles on to the next generation."

"I became a leader along with two friends in 1988 and our troop stayed together for 12 years, with 12 of them getting their Silver Awards and 8 of them receiving their Gold awards."

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Become a member of GSUSA's Alum Association and they will update you on what’s new and inspire you with stories of girls and alumnae who are making the world a better place.

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Questions about becoming an alum or how you can get involved? Reach out to Elle Harrigan, Director of Grants & Stewardship, at