ways to give
There are a variety of ways you can support GSCM. A list of suggested ways you can give your support are listed below. All gifts are fully tax-deductible as allowed by law. For more information contact Pattie Dash Vice President of External Affairs at 410.358.9711 ext. 232 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Make a Donation
- Family SHARE Partnership
- Honor/Memorial Gifts
- Vehicle Donations
- Wish List
- Planned Gifts
- Send a Girl to Camp/Camperships
- Support the Girl Scout Cookie Program
- Dollars for Doers
- Matching Gifts
- Become a Volunteer
- Join the GSCM Alumnae Group
Family SHARE Partnership (Annual Fund)
Girl Scouts of Central Maryland asks you to help us Share Her Annual Real Expenses through our SHARE campaign—every dollar helps! We ask families and friends of our Girl Scout members to support their girls and the Council by contributing to Girl Scouts of Central Maryland. Learn more by visiting the Family SHARE page.
You can make a gift online by simply clicking here or mail your gift, along with a note outlining the intention of your support to:
Girl Scouts of Central Maryland
Attn: Fund Development
4806 Seton Drive
Baltimore, MD 21215
Gifts can be made online or by mail to honor the memory of a loved one or special friend. If you choose to make an honor/memorial gift online, please provide all acknowledgement instructions when completing the online giving form.
Girl Scouts of Central Maryland has teamed up with Vehicles for Change to raise funds to enrich the programs and experiences that Girl Scouts offer young women while simultaneously helping low-income families obtain reliable transportation. Vehicles for Change is a nonprofit organization that refurbishes and provides donated vehicles to low-wage families for employment purposes. Every time a friend of GSCM donates a car to VFC, the organization receives 40% of the net proceeds. Visit www.vehiclesforchange.org or contact Pattie Dash at email@example.com.
Click here to download a list of items/supplies/equipment needs for GSCM’s programs and camps.
Contact Pattie Dash, Vice President of External Affairs at 410.358.9711 ext. 232 to learn more about:
- Making a bequest to Girl Scouts in your will
- Making Girl Scouts a beneficiary of a retirement plan
- Making Girl Scouts the beneficiary of a new or existing life insurance policy
Every girl can benefit from the experiences that summer camp buys, and no Girl Scout should miss camp because of a lack of funds. A campership is financial assistance awarded to a Girl Scout to allow her to attend a Girl Scout summer camp program within the central Maryland Council, either residential or day camp. Denote “campership” in the note box with your online gift. Donate Now »
Support the Girl Scout Cookie Program
The Girl Scout Cookie program not only gives girls the experiences of running their own business, managing money and goal-setting, it also serves as a funding sources for Girl Scout programs throughout the year. There are several ways individuals and businesses can support the Girl Scout Cookie Program. Visit our Girl Scout Cookie pages to learn more.
Dollars for Doers
The Dollars for Doers program allows companies to recognize, support, and encourage the valuable contributions of their employees’ volunteer efforts. Through the Dollars for Doers program, employees who volunteer 40 or more hours during a calendar year may request a grant of $250 for their nonprofit organization. Most companies put a minimum or maximum number of hours it will match. Check with your Human Resource department to see if they offer a Dollars for Doers program.
Make your gift go even further! Many companies participate in Matching Gift Programs. Some companies will even match gifts made by retirees and spouses of employees. Find out if your employer will match your gift to Girl Scouts of Central Maryland:
Interested in setting up a matching gift program at your place of employment? Contact Niakia Cheese at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Give the gift of your time and talents to Girl Scouts of Central Maryland. Find out how you can match your skills and interests to your volunteer experience, how to become a volunteer, and get access to volunteer trainings and resources.
As a Girl Scout Alumna, you know firsthand how transforming a positive program can be in girl’s life. Learn all the different ways you can reconnect with Girl Scouts on our Alumnae page. If you’d like to give your time as a volunteer please click here. And you can always support the ongoing work of Girl Scouts with a financial gift―click here to donate online.