Thank you for signing up to participate in the Girl Scouts Forever Green Project! Below you will find helpful tools to help you and us track our progress!
Girl Scouts Forever Green with your Troop
Girl Scouts Forever Green is Girl Scouts’ 100th Anniversary Take Action Project! Here are some different ways to participate and make it fun for your girls:
- Have each girl collect 100 plastic bags or plastic water bottles in honor of the 100th Anniversary
- Make a contest out of who can collect the most bags or have the most pledges signed
- Get your school involved in your project (see below)
- Build something out of the plastic you collect – there are lots of great craft ideas made from plastic bags and bottles
- Have each of your girls sign the Girl Scouts Forever Green Pledge and return to Kristi Pallack at the Tucson Resource Center.
- Take pictures of your girls participating in the project so that we can showcase them online!
Girl Scouts Forever Green at Home
With the support of families and friends, we can make our environmental sustainability goals a reality. Encourage your family and friends to participate in the Girl Scouts Forever Green Take Action Project.
- Girl Scouts Forever Green Brochure
- Girl Scouts Forever Green National Website
- How to Reduce Plastic Waste at home
Girl Scouts Forever Green at School
Help us reach our environmental sustainability goals at school. Ask your principal if you can distribute the Girl Scouts Forever Green Pledge at your school. Once students sign the pledge, think of different ways you can help reduce waste, save water and save energy at school!
- Perform a water audit at your school
- Perform an energy audit at your school
- Get your classmates to sign the Girl Scouts Forever Green Pledge
- Ask if you can stick “Flip the Switch” stickers on light switches so kids and teachers remember to turn the lights off when they aren’t in use
Reduce Plastic Waste