You know it when you meet a Girl Scout. The inclusive, all-female environment of Girl Scouts creates a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and most importantly—be themselves! Through Girl Scouts of Central Texas’ extensive programs and community outreach, every girl, regardless of circumstance, can have the opportunity to pursue her interests and ignite her passion.
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Thank you to the following companies and individuals who help us make the Girl Scout Leadership Experience possible for more girls so they can change our world.
$10,000–$24,999 3M A + Federal Credit Union C.C. Carlton Industries, LTD City of San Angelo Beverly Dale* Foster Communications Google Fiber Georgia B. Lucas Fund Housing Authority City of Austin
$5,000–$9,999 Alice Kleberg Reynolds Foundation Allergan Foundation Anonymous Applied Materials Blue Bell Creameries Cindy and John Buford Cabela’s - Waco Capital Metropolitan Transit Authority City of Austin City of Marble Falls Joe DiQuinzio & Sue Brooks Littlefield Erath County United Way Ethicon, Inc. Fikes Wholesale FIRST in Texas Foundation GS Starlight SU Harriett G. Beadel Foundation 14
Intel Corporation Junior League of Austin Nextstar Television Bookman and Florence Peters Roy F. & Joann Cole Mitte Foundation Shield-Ayres Foundation UT Division of Diversity & Community Engagement United Way of Greater Ft. Hood United Way of Williamson County Waldon H. and Adele Orr Charitable Trust Hudson Architecture IBM KWTX News 10 Mary Ellen Kent Bunyard Family Foundation Maxwell Locke & Ritter P.C. Lynelle McKay* Rackspace Hosting Smith Dairy Queens, Ltd Bill and Sandra Trainor Trull Foundation Twin Cities Public Television United Way of Hays County United Way of Waco-McLennan County Vacek, Kiecke & Colmenero, LLP Waco Foundation Wells Fargo Bank of Austin Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Wright Family Foundation