Doing something special all while supporting each other

"Girl Scouts was something I always enjoyed as a girl," remembers Allison Brown from Monticello. "And now I get to watch my daughter and her friends grow through the program."

"Since becoming a Girl Scout leader, I've recollected the Girl Scout Law," says Allison. "Now, most of my girls have it memorized and we use it when talking through difficult situations at school or with friends. What I love most about Girl Scouts is that it’s a group of girls getting together to and growing together."

Ali supports Girl Scouts River Valleys because it’s a "great organization". "If they don’t have to worry about paying the bills then they can focus more energy on how to support girls and volunteers in order to continue the full, rich program that’s currently offered."

"I love the idea of Daisy’s Circle, because I don’t have to think about it, but at the same time I know I’m constantly giving to Girl Scouts," says Ali. "And that’s important to me because Girl Scouts creates a safe place for my girls to talk and deal with the challenges they face."