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Presidential Volunteer Service Award

The Presidential Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) recognizes and honors those who set the standard for service, encourage a sustained commitment to civic participation and inspire others to make service a central part of their lives. Any individual, family, or group are eligible to be recognized for volunteer hours earned over a 12-month period or for the Call to Service Award, over a lifetime.  Service that qualifies for the Presidential Volunteer Service Award includes time given to the community, school, faith institutions and medical institutions.  Volunteers are nominated by the organization or entity that either benefits from the service or that has facilitated the service hours.

 

 

Girl Scout volunteers are nominated by Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas.

 

Kids: Age 5-14

Young Adults: Age 15-25

Adults: Age 26+

 

Bronze Level

Kids: 50-74 hours

Young Adults: 100 -174 hours

Adults: 100-249 hours

Family & Groups: 200-499 hours

 

Silver Level

Kids: 75-99 hours

Young Adults: 175-249 hours

Adults: 250-499 hours

Family & Groups: 500-999 hours

 

Gold Level

Kids: 100+ hours

Young Adults: 250+ hours

Adults: 500+ hours

Family & Groups: 1000+ hours

 

Call to Service Award

All Ages: 4,000+ hours of volunteer service over a lifetime

 

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Girl Scout Mission

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.

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