Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine
There are few topics more complex than race in the U.S. We have issued a pledge campaign, compiled tips, relevant badges and opportunities for girls, resources, and conversation starters that represent just that—a start.
Posted: Sunday Jan 17, 2021
Helping Animals During Crisis Is Important to Girls
Posted: (4 months ago) While the badges and patches are a fun way to engage girls in pet care, advocacy, and veterinary careers, girls have leveraged these opportunities to give back to their community. Most girls, when completing the badge and patch requirements, conduct pet care supply drives, volunteer at local shelters, and make pet toys, sew blankets, and pillows.
5 Reasons to Let Her Get a Pet - Girl Scouts
Posted: (1 months ago) When she gets to know her pet—whichever species it may be!—she’ll have all sorts of questions that can spark an interest in science and nature. Pets reduce stress In today’s day, even kindergarten can be nerve wracking, but you can help counterbalance life’s stresses by getting a pet. Studies show that pet owners are calmer and more ...
PetSmart Paw Patch Program Guide - girlscoutsaz.org
Posted: (3 days ago) for a pet, as well as careers involving animals and animal advocacy. This comprehensive patch program offers girls age-appropriate, hands-on learning opportunities. Girl Scouts may earn the new PetSmart Charities Paw Patch and rockers in four areas – voices for animals, pet responsibility, pet care, and pet careers.
Virtual Girl Scouts
Posted: (3 days ago) PetSmart Paw Patch & Pet Care Badges. The Arizona Humane Society has temporarily stopped accepting donations. They hope to resume again shortly and we will update this notice as soon as they do. In the meantime, please continue working on the patch and creating toys and other items.
Meet the 2020 GSACPC Gold Award Girl Scouts
Posted: (5 days ago) Diana raised money to purchase pet supplies and created 60 care packages to be given to future foster families. In addition, she personally fostered 28 puppies and 2 adult dogs, all of which, except five, were adopted. Through her efforts, she has grown the foster animal program at the Coconino Humane Association and helped more dogs be ...
Girl Scouts Guide to Helping Others
Posted: (5 days ago) PetSmart Paw Patch & Pet Care Badges. The Arizona Humane Society has temporarily stopped accepting donations. They hope to resume again shortly and we will update this notice as soon as they do. In the meantime, please continue working on the patch and creating toys and other items.
Virtual Girl Scouts / Junior Think Like an Engineer ...
Posted: (5 days ago) Tues, Jan 14, 6-7:30 pm EST - Pet Emergency Room Shelter Design Challenge . At each workshop session, girls will use the Engineering Design Process to understand a real-world issue, create a design build around the topic, and will have the opportunity to show off their go-getter ingenuity to their fellow Girl Scouts.
Safety Activity Checkpoints - Girl Scouts
Posted: (2 days ago) Allergen-free: Ensure that pet dander, smoke, and other common allergens won’t bother susceptible girls during meetings. Availability: Be sure the space is available for the day and the entire length of time you want to meet.
New program offer: PetSmart Charities Paw Patch
Posted: (5 days ago) Pet Care–learning about basic pet care Pet Careers–learning about a variety of careers dedicated to helping animals “As an Arizona-based nonprofit, we are committed to supporting organizations and programs that bring people and pets together,” said David Haworth, DVM, Ph.D., president of PetSmart Charities.
Troop Tuesday: Girl Scouts Make Shelter Pets Feel Loved
Posted: (1 months ago) In an effort to earn their Pet badge and Animal Journey, Daisy and Brownie Troop 2152 decided to donate pet supplies to Arizona Animal Welfare League and SPCA so that animals can stay healthy, happy and comfy as they await for their new home. This project was extra special because two Girl Scout Cadettes, Marley and Emily from Troops 2639 and ...