How to Celebrate
This year, we’re challenging Girl Scouts everywhere to commit to seven goals and accompanying activities—whether girls have time for them this week or want to take them on in the months to come. After all, being a Girl Scout isn’t just for special occasions!
We want to see what you're doing each day of Girl Scout Week! Remember to tag us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter and we could feature you on social media!
Use hashtags #gsgst and #girlscoutweek2021
March 7 – Sunday: Girl Scout Sunday Earn your My Promise, My Faith Award. Work with your family and faith leaders to earn the pin to celebrate the connection between the Girl Scout Promise and Law and your faith. Wear your Girl Scout uniform to worship. Talk with your Girl Scout sisters and family to connect with a local place of worship and learn about how Girl Scouts can be represented on Girl Scout Sunday. To help you engage your community of worship during Girl Scout Week, downloadable assets for bulletins and inserts are available here!
March 8 – Monday: Girl Scout Spirit Day Wear your Girl Scout uniform or favorite Girl Scout T-shirt to school/work. It’s time to show off your Girl Scout pride. Wear your uniform or favorite Girl Scout Shirt to school or work. Invite a friend to learn more about Girl Scouts!
March 9 – Tuesday: From Green To Gold Highlight your Bronze, Silver, and/or Gold. Did you earn the Bronze, Silver, or Gold this year? Share your project on social media and highlight how your project affected your community!
March 10 – Wednesday: Service Unit Appreciation Celebrate Girl Scouts and your Volunteer Service Unit at Peter Piper Pizza. Service Units will receive 15% of purchases. (Must mention your Girl Scout Service Unit) Girls and Adults in their Girl Scout Vest/Sash will receive a PPP Patch. (While Supplies Last) Share on social media all that your Service Unit has done to help your Girl Scout Troop!
March 11 – Thursday: Throwback Thursday Share a throwback photo of you as a Girl Scout or your Girl Scout Troop. Share your favorite Girl Scout memories on social media or with your family.
March 12 – Friday: Happy Birthday Girl Scouts! On this day in 1912, Juliette "Daisy" Gordon Low assembled a group of eighteen girls from Savannah, Georgia for the first ever Girl Scout meeting. Honor the Girl Scout Movement by giving a big shout-out to Girl Scout Volunteers! Tag other Girl Scout Volunteers on social media or make a card, don’t be bashful about sharing the love.
March 13 – Saturday: Girl Scout Sabbath – Make the World a Better Place Besides reflecting on your beliefs and how they’re echoed in the Girl Scout Law, we urge you to take some time this Girl Scout Sabbath to learn something new about someone else’s faith. Take some time to show everyone how Girl Scouts make the world a better place. Do something for your community – pick up trash, plant some flowers, donate goods to a local shelter.