We understand the recent mass shooting in the City of Buffalo has impacted many both directly and indirectly. This senseless act of violence injured 13 innocent people, claiming the lives of 10 victims. The mass shooting has been identified as a racially motivated attack and hate crime.
Girl Scouts of Western New York stands in unity with the victims, their loved ones, and the community. It is important to note that anti-racism and actively fighting against hate is a clear pillar of Girl Scouting and a value we hold dear.
We understand this is challenging for our girls, and our community to process. GSWNY has compiled a list of resources to help all of us navigate this difficult time.
Message from Alison Wilcox, CEO Dear Girl Scout Volunteers, We are now approaching TWO years of persevering through the pandemic. For that alone, I would like to say THANK YOU! Thank you for your unyielding support of GSWNY. Thank you for tirelessly giving back to our community, to […]
Thank you for all you do! As 2021 winds down, we want to thank you for all you do for our Girl Scouts. We know that without your passion, dedication, and commitment, we wouldn’t be able to reach thousands of girls around Western New York. We hope your […]
Welcome to Volunteer Resources! This is our new, monthly email designed just for volunteers. It will highlight different resources available for you, upcoming events, tips for volunteering with Girl Scouts, and more! Keep reading and use the button below to access even more resources. LEARN MORE Welcome Back […]