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Shelter Helper Girl Scout Challenge

Girl Scout Shelter Helper Challenge

Ramstein Girl Scout Junior Troop 443 made pet toys for both the Homberg Tierheim and Paws Abroad as one part of the Bronze award.

Girl Scout Shelter Helper Challenge

April is ASPCA month. In honor of animals everywhere, we challenge you to complete a shelter-related service project by April 30th. In exchange, we will choose one troop to reward with $100 in store credit from MakingFriends.com

We reached out to The ASPCA to help us with this challenge. Michele Lago, a program manager in the Shelter Outreach department helped us put together the this challenge.

Here’s how your troop can participate:
1) Sign up below.
2) Choose your service project.
3) Set a goal.
4) Complete your challenge by April 30, 2018.
5) Come back to this page and post below a photo of your girls doing the service project. Include your troop level, troop number, location and a short description of what you did.

If you need ideas for shelter related service projects, check out our  patch program®®: https://makingfriends.com/girl-scout-shelter-helper-challenge/

Good luck completing your challenge!

Take a look at our last challenge for the 2018 Girl Scout Birthday.

Comments (6)

  1. Misty Cocvey April 25, 2018 at 11:16 pm Reply

    Troop 71660 in Carl Junction Missouri took donations, made treat bags and played with the cats at Golden Paw.

  2. RAVEN CARTER April 11, 2018 at 9:20 pm Reply

    Our Daisy Troop 6424 from Rch Cucamonga CA donated supplies to our local animal shelter. Each girl also donated a special blanket to the animals.We will be back in the summer when they get an overload of kittens and will help feed and hold them in their nursery.

  3. Michelle Wright April 9, 2018 at 8:39 pm Reply

    Daisy Troop #34410 in Buffalo, NY just collected donations for our Animal Shelter. They also had a speaker and Darby show up to teach them about how to be nice and take care of animals. Because of this my Daisies now have a Civic Action Project they want to do for the City of Buffalo! I’m so proud of my Daises.

  4. Jennifer Johnston April 7, 2018 at 10:16 pm Reply

    We helped a local shelter who takes donated clothes to families in need of clothes items for thier children. We helped organized by size to help the shelter to easily distribute. We are 90770, from Stow, Ohio. Even greater news, the person in charge at the shelter has contacted us to come back and help some more!

  5. Terri Bose March 31, 2018 at 1:36 pm Reply

    Great project! Thank you.

  6. Christina Fitzgerald March 31, 2018 at 10:09 am Reply

    Our junior troop 60920 did a service project for our local city shelter, Rochester animal services, in Rochester NY. They worked as a team to make fleece blankets for cats and over 300 homemade dog treats. They then spent 2 hours reading books to the animals to help aid in their socialization. We also invited 2 daisies to help.

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