Imagine providing a gift that promises a brighter future for generations of Girl Scouts.


A planned gift provides the opportunity to give the gift of girl scouting for years to come. The Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona recognize all planned gift donors with membership in the Juliette Gordon Low Society. Created to honor those who have made gifts to Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona in their wills, trusts and estate plans, the Society also provides information on how to make a planned gift. As a donor of a planned gift, you may be publicly recognized, or you may choose to remain anonymous, the choice is yours.


Please contact Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona’s Fund Development Department for more information or to inform us of your plans to ensure the legacy of Girl Scouting by providing a gift to Girl Scouts in your estate plans. Such gifts can include:

  • Bequests through wills or living trusts
  • Naming Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona as full or partial beneficiary to a life insurance policy, retirement account, or donor advised fund
  • Charitable Lead Trust
  • Charitable Remainder Trust
  • Any other gift that benefits Girl Scouts in the future


More than 59 million American women have enjoyed the excitement and camaraderie of Girl Scouts during their lifetime- that number continues to grow as Girl Scouts continues to build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.

As time goes by, the needs of girls change, and we must change to keep up with them. Today, we are deeply committed to making sure that our Girl Scout Movement is ready to honor the spirit and promise of future generations of Girl Scouts.

Helping us move boldly into the future by including a gift to Girl Scouting in their estate plans is a group of very special people-the members of the Juliette Gordon Low Society.

Imagine a gift that shapes tomorrow’s leaders and safeguards traditions of joy and inspiration.

You have the power of gifting “for the future of girls… and the girls of the future.”

For more information on how to become a member in the Juliette Gordon Low Society please contact Emily Herrell at (520) 319-3167 or