When and How to Recognize
Recognitons and Awards
Volunteers make Girl Scouting happen and showing appreciation for volunteers is a must. After all, our volunteers are ah-mazing! They do it all for the girls and often work extra hours on top of busy schedules and hectic lives. We love them for it and, well, Girl Scouting wouldn’t be the same without them. Let’s be sure to shout it from the Girl Scout rooftops!
Everyday little things go a long way. A card from the girls, handmade
gifts, photo keepsakes – these are special ways for girls to say thank
you and often times mean the most. Recognitions might be made on Girl
Scout holidays, at service unit meetings, at troop meetings, at a
special recognition events, immediately following services rendered,
etc. When the recipient is recognized, it will make the expression of
You have a chance to nominate a volunteer who has made an amazing difference in your life for an adult recognition! Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas annual volunteer recognition is an opportunity for girls, parents, and service units to recognize special volunteers in your community! Any girl, troop, parent, or volunteer can submit a nomination. Volunteer Awards will be presented during the Recognition Banquet at Annual Meeting. Check out the GSGST recognition packet to determine the best fit for your special person, and then submit your nomination. It’s easy- just follow the instructions.
For Girls and Parents
Any girl or parent can submit a nomination. To recognize a troop leader or co-leader, or any volunteer who works directly with girls, please select the Volunteer of Excellence. For a volunteer who helps with your service unit or with multiple troops, the Appreciation Pin (service in one geographic area) or the Honor Pin (service in two or more geographic areas) may be the best choice. Be sure to provide details and specific examples on your nomination form, so that the recognitions committee can understand how special this volunteer is to you!
Ready to Nominate?
Nominations for Years of Membership, Years of Service, and GSUSA Awards are due on or before December 31, 2015.
Girl Scout Leader Day
April 22 is official Girl Scout Leader day and honors all the volunteers who work as leaders and mentors in partnership with girls. Girls, their families, and communities should find a special way to thank their adult Girl Scout volunteers. Appreciation can be shown on this special day and all through the year.