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Service: Girls Making a Difference!
In the 2006-2007 Girl Scouting year, Rolling Hills Girl Scouts contributed 136,350 hours of community service!

Letters from Operation Shoebox recipients
Veterans Thank Girl Scout troop

All About Service Projects

Service is an integral part of Girl Scouting. Including service in all Girl Scout programming helps develop well-rounded girls who can relate to others, contribute to society and develop their own values and potential.

Required Service Projects

Girl Scouts of Rolling Hills Council requires every troop, all levels, to participate in two service projects each year:

In addition, every troop should do a reciprocal act of service for their sponsor in appreciation of the sponsor's generosity.

Inchworm of Service

The Inchworm of Service patch program recognizes the service girls perform while they represent Girl Scouting. Each troop leader should provide opportunities for her Girl Scouts to perform service and earn this recognition.


Service Opportunities

More Service Opportunities

Service Unit Resources

A number of Rolling Hills Service Units have compiled lists of opportunities and contacts. Some of the opportunities are specific to their locality and some are dated, but there are lots of good ideas here!

Volunteer Service Awards

President's Volunteer Service Awards
Governor's Volunteer Awards

If you have questions regarding service projects, contact your Service Unit Service Projects Manager or at council.