We know that support from troop families and clear communication
between leaders and parents are key to a successful troop. Set a tone
of partnership! After all, you and parents have the same goal—an
amazing Girl Scout experience for girls. Remember that over time,
you’ll become a troop family and that rewarding friendships may form
not just for the girls, but for you, too.
Use these resources to connect with troop parents, get help with the
troop, and keep parents in the know about Girl Scouts:
Toolkit: Use the Volunteer Toolkit to connect to troop
parents with ease.
- When you select a year plan, parents can see meeting
activities and resources, allowing them to help out with troop
activities, shop using the materials list, or help a girl who is
- Email the whole troop or send out built-in meeting
summaries and reminders with the click of a button.
Let parents know that Girl Scouts is for every girl.
Financial assistance is available to cover first-year membership
fees, uniform pieces, and some activities.