side menu icon

Awards & Recognitions

thank_you_volunteers

Our volunteers are amazing and we want to make sure they are shown the proper love and appreciation they deserve! Nominate a volunteer who has shown outstanding contributions and has made a difference in girls' lives.

Council Adult Awards

To nominate someone for a Council Adult Award, click HERE to complete a nomination form. 

arrow1-right_purple_32

Appreciation Pin- Candidate has provided outstanding service to at least one Service Unit that is above and beyond the expectations for the position held and contributes to the council
         goals and objectives. 

arrow1-right_purple_32

Honor Pin- Candidate has provided outstanding service to two or more service units that is beyond the job requirements and contributes to the council goals and objectives.

arrow1-right_purple_32

Thanks Badge- Candidate has provided outstanding individual service that benefits the total council or the entire Girl Scout organization- the service performed is truly above and beyond the call of duty; that no other recognition would be appropriate. 

arrow1-right_purple_32

Thanks Badge II- Candidate is already a Thanks Badge recipient who continues to serve the council or the entire Girl Scouting organization with outstanding service.

arrow1-right_purple_32

Volunteer of Excellence- Candidate has performed beyond expectations for the position to deliver the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to girls using the national program portfolio, or the candidate's performance has supported the council's goals in one or more of the following areas: Membership Development/Community Cultivation, Volunteer Relations and Support, Program, Leadership and Governance, Fund Development and Council Support Service (such as IT, Customer Service, Merchandising, Marketing or Communications.) The candidate actively recognizes, understands and practices the values of inclusive behavior.

arrow1-right_purple_32

President's Award (for a Service Unit)- To recognize the efforts of a service unit in moving its assigned area toward the council's goals and objectives during the past membership year.

arrow1-right_purple_32

Community Recognition- An individual or organization, work that has a lasting effect on the lives of girls and women.

arrow1-right_purple_32

Years of Service Pins (10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35)- Recognize those who have been with Girl Scouts as an adult volunteer for the appropriate years. Five-Year service pins are given at service unit meetings.

Service Unit Recognitions

To nominate a volunteer for a Service Unit award, click HERE to complete a nomination form. 

arrow1-right_purple_32

Magnolia Award- Registered adult with outstanding service in the SU or to a troop. 

arrow1-right_purple_32

Juliette Low- Registered adult who has served one full year prior to nomination. Recognition for someone who has provided creative and exceptional service that benefits the entire SU. 

arrow1-right_purple_32

Outstanding Volunteer- For a registered adult member serving in another position other than leader. Recognition for providing oustanding service beyond the position that benefits the SU.

arrow1-right_purple_32

Outstanding New Leader- For a registered adult who is a first-time troop leader. Recognition for service beyond what is expected of the position. 

arrow1-right_purple_32

Outstanding Leader- For a registered adult serving as troop leader or assistant troop leader. Recognition for outstanding leadership qualities in the delivery of the Girl Scout Program. 

arrow1-right_purple_32

Community Recognition- For individuals, community groups or businesses for a significant contribution to a troop or SU. 

arrow1-right_purple_32

Sponsorship Certificate- For community groups or businesses for sponsorship of a troop or SU. 

arrow1-right_purple_32

Understanding Spouse- For spouses of Girl Scout volunteers for supporting their spouse in their commitment to the delivery of the Girl Scout porgram. 

arrow1-right_purple_32

5-Year Pin- For registered Girl Scout volunteers to recognize those who have been with Girl Scouts five years as an adult members.