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2019

ANNUAL REPORT

2019 -2020 Celebrating 100 years of Girl Scouting in Nassau County

Girl Scouts of Nassau County Centennial â?§ Since 1918-19

Girl Scouts of Nassau County Centennial â?§ Since 1918-19

The future is now. 1918

First troop started in Lynbrook

2019

Centennial celebration gala


Centennial â?§ Since 1918-19

Girl Scouts of Nassau County Centennial â?§ Since 1918-19

GSNC Centennial Gala March 14, 2019

2019

GSNC Centennial Celebration patch 2


Girl Scouts of Nassau County’s centennial year ended in 2019. We celebrated the 20182019 year by sharing our stories—about the first troop in Lynbrook, fond camping memories, and all of our efforts to reach all girls. We made our founders proud. In my travels around Nassau County, one thing that was evident throughout the year was how much we still are committed to the needs of today’s girls and the purpose of Girl Scouts. Helping girls discover their interests and leadership potential is STILL ultimately what Girl Scouts is all about.

Andrea Elder-Howell, Esq.

This year we continued to do all the things you would expect from Girl Scouts, with 91 remarkable Gold Award Girl Scouts and a tech-savvy robotics team going to the world championships, we lead the pack. Over 1,600 girls went outdoors at our first Girl Scouts Love State Parks day, at Camp Blue Bay, and other outdoor programs. GSUSA introduced 42 new high tech and high adventure badges and girls continued to become their best, most confident selves. Our corporate partners and community collaborators continued to show up and support our mission wholeheartedly. Our national organization continued to recognize us for our overall council health and achievements including our retention rates, volunteer satisfaction, and market share. Over 120 members made a lifetime commitment to the movement. All lifetime memberships are now directly linked to a girl to becoming member, which further supports the movement.

In May, we said goodbye to Wanda Jackson, who served from 2013-2019 as our Chief Volunteer Officer. We welcomed Andrea Elder-Howell as our new Chief Volunteer Officer. We are looking forward to many years of working together and are honored to kick off our new century.

Randell M. Bynum, LMSW

Finally, as we look to 2020, we commit to first and foremost honoring our past and we continue to work hard to stay relevant to today’s girls by leaning on our research-proven, time-tested program that Juliette Low created over 100 years ago. Thank you for your ongoing support of Girl Scouts of Nassau County. We look forward to being at the table with you as we work with girls to help them tap into their leadership abilities and gain courage, confidence, and character to make the world a better place. Yours in Girl Scouting,

Andrea Elder-Howell, Esq. President and Chief Volunteer Officer

Randell M. Bynum, LMSW Chief Executive Officer

BOARD OF DIREC TORS 2019-2020 OFFICERS Andrea ElderHowell, Esq. President and Chief Volunteer Officer Anthony J. Edelman Exec. Vice President Christopher J. Pendergast Vice President Roxanne Garcia France, Ph.D. Vice President

BOARD DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

MEMBERS-AT-LARGE Valerie Terzano Vice President

Nada Marie Anid, PH.D.

Julie Strachan Haiber, Esq.

Kelly Ann Poole Reed, Esq.

Erica Rice Treasurer

Maritza Arroyo

Elizabeth Hill

Eric Rogers

Tonia Bottoms, Esq.

Shari James

Eileen Baker

Christina Mendoza

George Santiago, Jr., Ph.D.

Christine Bonczyk Secretary Randell M. Bynum, LMSW Chief Executive Officer

Lisa Burke

Cathy O’Reilly

Austin Cannon, Jr.

Bonnie Porzio, Esq.

Michele Cusack

Seema Rahman

Mark Florio

Sharon Ramnauth

Lisa Gardner, Esq.

Carol Ransom

Lauren Summa Dermond Thomas Chloe Van Dorn Milagros Vicente Irene Villacci, Esq.

Elizabeth Alford Natalie Borneo Chair Lisa Burke Andrea Henderson Carmel Mendoza Carol Ransom Melanie Sinesi Valerie Terzano Denise Voda

Allison Bishop White

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1936

Commercially baked Girl Scout Cookies went on sale for the first time 4


“The work of today is the history of tomorrow, and we are its makers.” This quote by Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of the Girl Scout Movement, helped us define our direction for 2019. Girl Scouts of Nassau County is moving into the future while making history today! Throughout 2019, GSNC continued to focus on reaching and retaining more girls and volunteers. We served 16,357 girls, 5,247 adults, and 1,285 lifetime members resulting in an overall membership of 22,889. This represents more than a 2% increase in our membership for 2019. As we formulated our plans for the 2019 Girl Scout year, we realized that it was important to honor the history of our first century of Girl Scouting in Nassau County. Our first step in remembering our past was to update our official history book authored by the Living History committee. The original version of this book covered the period of 1918-2008, but so much more history was made in the last ten years; we needed to continue our

story. A History of Girl Scouts of Nassau County was revised and printed, and debuted at our 100th Anniversary Gala. Taking into consideration our current membership and its evolution into a digital world, we also added an electronic version of this book to our website. Another way we honored our past was through a series of pop-up exhibits situated around Nassau County. These exhibits were located and hosted in county and town facilities during March, and included uniforms from the past, early handbooks, photos, camp gear, badges, and even vintage packaging from the Girl Scout Cookie Program.® We are very grateful to Nassau County, the towns of Hempstead, North Hempstead, and Oyster Bay for hosting these exhibits and making them available to our Girl Scouts and the general public. In recognition of the impact GSNC has made in our community for last 100 years, we needed to host a Centennial celebration. Our goal was to have an event that outshined all the celebrations of the past, and we did it at the 100th Anniversary Gala.

1,262,661 BOXES OF COOKIES SOLD

11,773

GIRLS PARTICIPATED IN COOKIE PROGRAM

On March 14, 2019 over 400 guests composed of Girl Scouts of Nassau County volunteers, Girl Scouts from across the decades, former staff, board members, and our corporate and community partners gathered at the Garden City Hotel to recognize the accomplishments of four honorees who have supported the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. The four honorees were: Melissa Connelly of Hofstra University who received the Go-getter Award, Gloria Baca from Boulevard Home Care Associates who received the Innovator Award, Cathy O’Reilly from DHL Express who received the Risk-taker Award, and Anthony Edelman from Bethpage Federal Credit Union who received the Leader Award. This celebration was enjoyed by all while ensuring that Girl Scouting in Nassau County could continue into the future. We also created a Centennial Tribute Garden to remember and honor individuals with a significant connection to our council. GSNC worked all year to grow and develop deeper relationships with our supporters. Events like Sip and Savor and Sip and Savor2.0 helped bring new friends to the table while giving our current friends another way to support GSNC.

$$$ MORE THAN

$1,000,000 WENT BACK TO GIRLS AS TROOP PROCEEDS

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As we looked to the future, we recognized that we needed to reshape our program offerings and provide new or unique opportunities for girls and their families to participate in as Girl Scouts, while continuing to offer timetested programs. During 2019, we offered 366 council and community level programs that served 5,787 girls. Our first annual Savannah Speedway Championship, a partnership with Verizon, offered over 400 girls and their families the opportunity to have a “derby” experience. With Verizon’s support, we purchased the necessary equipment to host local competitions in 21 Service Units, with girls moving up to compete on a council level. A key factor in this program was the increased involvement of families. We saw volunteers eagerly transporting the huge track system to their local events; while dads joined in the fun helping their daughters build their cars, cheering them on, and being at the ready to make repairs. We held our first ever Family Appreciation Day at Adventureland in Farmingdale, where more than 1,000 Girl Scouts, families, and friends enjoyed an evening of fun-filled rides. For the second year, the New York Jets hosted a Girl Scout Day with enhanced onfield experiences and a great game against the Oakland Raiders, another great way for families to come together under the Girl Scout program

umbrella. The Girl Scout Cookie Program, a favorite among our families, had 11,773 girls become Cookie CEOs selling 1,262,661 packages of cookies and earning over $1,000,000 in proceeds. They also helped send a “Taste of Home” to our servicemen and women around the world with over 80,000 donated packages of cookies through our Operation Cookie component of the program. Thanks to DHL Express for all their support of this program. Outdoor experiences have always been a part of the Girl Scout Leadership program. Camp Blue Bay continued to be the focal point for most of our outdoor experiences. The number of girls enjoying all that Camp Blue Bay has to offer during the summer hit 421, an increase for the second year in a row. We had 531 girls and 447 adults participate in council camp programs like our popular Mommy and Me series, Camp Blue Bay Halloween Party, Centennial Troop Camping, as well as adult events like Blast from the Past. Troop camping continued throughout the year and we saw 473 girls participate with their troop. Responding to our membership’s request for more outdoor programming in Nassau County, we hosted National Girl Scouts Love State Parks day at Valley Stream State Park and the Forever a Girl Scout Campfire at Wantagh Park. These programs reached 146 girls

“Badges mean nothing in themselves, but they mark a certain achievement and they are a link between the rich and the poor. For when one girl sees a badge on a sister Scout’s arm, if that girl has won the same badge, it at once awakens an interest and sympathy between them.” —Juliette Gordon Low .. and we look forward to offering them again as we move into our next 100 years. In Girl Scouts, girls learn by doing and one of the ways they mark their success is by earning badges. In Nassau County, girls earned 31,730 badges and completed 3,643 Journey awards during 2019. Over 672 Juniors earned their Bronze Award, while 293 Cadettes earned their Silver Award, and 91 Seniors and Ambassadors completed their Gold Award, the highest recognition a Girl Scout can earn. As we review our achievements for 2019, GSNC has truly moved into the future while making history for today. We can’t wait to see what the next 100 years will bring to Girl Scouts of Nassau County. The future is now.

1,400

GIRL SCOUTS ATTENDED CAMP BLUE BAY IN 2019

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Four Port Washington girls invested as Golden Eaglets 6

1982

First Gold Award Ceremony

2019

91 girls earned their Gold Award


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etters to Juliette

As part of our Centennial Celebration, we asked registered Girl Scouts and leaders to write a personal handwritten letter to Juliette Gordon Low, the Girl Scouts founder. We received over 70 responses and here are just a few excerpts.

realizing “it,Without you created a

community where girls have the ability to participate in ways and go to places they have not been able to before. Thank you for providing us young women with a voice, and for making us feel empowered and confident in our actions and ourselves. –Brook B.

“I know I have a worldwide sisterhood that I can talk to whenever I need support. You are such an outstanding role model for everyone.” –Madison J.

“You traveled the world, pushed the limits of what the typical norm was for women in your time, and used your societal position to give girls new opportunities to do things they dreamed about— inspiration.” –Jennifer M.

I admire how you proceeded to “create Girl Scouts, even though

that was a time when girls were taught to be polite, neat and elegant. You didn’t care that this was breaking all the rules of being a lady, and that people were highly against Girl Scouts. –Sofie O.

1860

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“Your resilience and pride created a whole new generation of girls that continue to make the world a better place.”–Allie M.

“Thanks to Juliette Gordon Low, many girls can come together to serve the community to learn new skills, and especially to have fun and make new friends.” –Annabelle C.

Juliette Magill Kinzie Gordon born October 31 in Savannah, Georgia

1912

Juliette founded the Girl Scouts


CHAIRS OF SERVICE UNIT VOLUNTEER MANAGERS AND DELEGATE CHAIRS Association

SUVMs

Delegate Chairs

Baldwin Tricia Keskinen Christine Sostack Bay Lynn McDonnell Mary Elizabeth Delaney Michelle Noboa Bellmore No SUVM Erin Sullivan Carle Place/Westbury No SUVM No Delegate Chair Central Park Tracy Gorman Ali Scotti Snopkowski East Meadow Maureen Raichel Adriana Gavidia ELLM Debbie O’Connor Michaelene Abbott-Cooper Elmont Jennifer Marsh Raven Brewington Laura Becker Floral Park/Bellerose Betsy Olivera Freeport Colleen Haithman Rochelle Carter Garden City Marissa Oustatcher Martha Yasso Christine Dombrowski Glen Cove No SUVM J. Lydia Wen Great Neck No SUVM No Delegate Chair Hardscrabble Sue Rogers Victoria Miller Sue Sattler Hempstead No SUVM Fatima Perry Herricks No SUVM Audrey Santosus Hicksville Barbara Leader Andrea Kominski Island Beach No SUVM Dawn Cozine Jericho/Syosset Maureen Ahearn Wendy Van Dorn Manhasset Nancy Lefkowitz Danielle O’Sullivan Massapequa Elise Deegan Laurie Spurrell Merrick Robinann McGonigle-Pope Dianne Danielsen Oceanside Vaishali Mehta Roberta Greene Park Elizabeth Boehme-Murray No Delegate Chair Marie Garvey Plainedge Dawn Parker Tracey Wargo The Plains Lisa Schultheis Diane Mortagua Port Washington Deirdre Conneely Claudia Rudegeair Tori Gebbie Rockville Centre No SUVM Theresa Danks Roosevelt No SUVM No Delegate Chair Seaford/Wantagh Joy Gilbert Christine Kollar Shore No SUVM No Delegate Chair Uniondale No SUVM No Delegate Chair Valley Stream/Five Towns Nora Sirianni Marcia Azeez Donna DePiola WARM Jessica Laffey Alexandra Blach Allyson Moyal West Hempstead/Franklin Square Kristy Bourne-Jaime Eleanor Molina Maria Giavano

GIRLS PARTICIPATED IN COUNCIL-SPONSORED STEM AND ROBOTICS PROGRAMS

ADULT MEMBERS

1,285 ARE LIFETIME MEMBERS

Nearly 1,500 girls participated in councilsponsored STEM and robotics programs in 2019. Programs ranged from ecology to oceanography, kitchen chemistry to rocket science, wind turbines to remotely controlled vehicle design.

1,464

5,247 OF WHICH

The future is now.

16,357 GIRL MEMBERS

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A special thank 2019 Corporation/Organization Donors you to each of you $10,000 and above Steel Equities/Lostritto Family Manhasset Service Unit of AT&T Foundation Girl Scouts for your support Bethpage Federal Credit Union TD Bank, N.A. Mark Medical Care PLLC You make sure the Girl Scout Leadership Experience is available to every girl in Nassau County. You make a positive impact in the lives of girls, and you break down barriers to participation by funding membership and program fees, camp and STEM activities and so much more. (If we omitted or misspelled your name, please accept our apologies and notify us at aucid@gsnc.org so we can make the corrections.)

Honor Circle Society Members The Honor Circle Society recognizes individuals who plan to include Girl Scouts of Nassau County in their estate plans. This process is one way to ensure that resources are available for Girl Scouts in the future. Each year, the Council hosts a formal induction ceremony for new members, so please let us know if you plan to, or have already included GSNC in your estate plans. We are grateful to all our Honor Circle Society members. Joanne Antun Eileen Baker Dianne Belk Deidre Blackmore Christine Bonczyk Randell M. Bynum Lawrence Calder Susan Caruso Donna Ceravolo Terri Della Vecchia* Lori DiMaggio* Iris Dorfman Paula Ducker Luci Duckson-Bramble Anthony J. Edelman Theresa Edelman Judi Franzen Cynthia Gordon Carol Gorst Maryse Haig Debra Ieraci Frank Ieraci Wanda Jackson Diane Last Marks Gloria Mauter* Carlie Mendoza Martha Naples* Cathy O’Reilly Carol Ransom Donna Rivera-Downey Margaret Stacey Judy Stenson Mary Vanden Heuvel Diane White * Deceased

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DHL Express Northwell Health PSEG Long Island, LLC United Way of Long Island $5,000 - $9,999 DHL Network Operations USA Inc. Frank J Antun Foundation Morgan Stanley Nassau County Bar Associa tion WE CARE Fund Verizon $2,000 - $4,999 Boulevard Home Care Associates Breslin Realty Development Corp. The Community Chest of Port Washington CompTIA Cosentino Brothers Development LLC Dee’s Nursery & Florist Inc. Henry Schein Inc. Nawrocki Smith LLP, CPAs NYU Winthrop University Hospital Quinn & Feiner Service Co., Inc. People’s United Bank, N.A. Scholastic Inc. Sparkling Pointe Vineyards & Winery

VRD Contracting Inc. William & Francoise Barstow Foundation $500 - $1,999 A Business Contracting Corp Affinity Health Plan Bank of America Charitable Foundation Berdon LLP Cullen & Dykman LLP Cummins Allison Corp. Empire BlueCross BlueShield HealthPlus Essen Health Care Faber Coe & Gregg, Inc. Ferro Kuba Mangano Sklyar PC Fischetti & Pesce LLP Four Leaf Designs LLC/Fortu- noff Fine Jewelry Boutique Glen Cove Service Unit of Girl Scouts Going Sign & Servicing Co. Inc. Grassi & Co. CPA’s P.C. Great Neck United Commu nity Fund, Inc. Hamlet Road LLC/Miller Realty Associates Island Beach Service Unit of Girl Scouts Law Office of David M. Sperling Leviton Manufacturing Co. Inc. Long Island Development Corporation Lord & Taylor Manhasset

Microsoft Milbrook Properties Ltd. Mutual of America NAVCO Security Systems NCC Foundation New York Community Bank Foundation New York Institute of Technology New York Life Insurance Company Newmark Knight Frank Official Offset Corp. Old Westbury Gardens, Inc. Qatar Airways Ridgewood Savings Bank The Estee Lauder Companies The Grand Healthcare System Thomas Coaching Company, Inc. TIAA Tri-State Moving Services VFW Post 8540 P.F.C. John G. McLaughlin Vishnick McGovern Milizio LLP Well Care WFC Architects Women’s Gridiron Foundation Zimmerman Edelson Inc./ZE Creative Communications $200 - $499 Adelphi University Advantage Care Health Center (AHRC)

All State Insurance - Merrick All State Insurance - Vails Gate Bill Wolf Petroleum Corp. Bright Bay Advisors, LLC Bryan Doesit, Inc. BShapiro Financial, Inc. Capital Group Co. Charitable Foundation Circulo De La Hispanidad, Inc. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Nassau Alumnae Chapter Entercom New York FreedomCare Hempstead Hispanic Civic Association, Inc. Hofstra University Hopkins Law Group LLC Janney Montgomery Scott, LLC L&S Graphic Services Law Office of Dustin J. Cohen PLLC Long Island Latino Teachers Association (LILTA) New York American Water Newsday PLM PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP PSEG Power of Giving Campaign Securitas Security Services USA Inc. Sentinel Benefits & Financial Group Simmons, Jannace DeLuca LLP Syosset Teachers’ Association Verisk Analytics VFW District 1 Dept of NYS Zonta Club of Long Island

2019 In-kind Donors A La Carte Culinary Services Ltd. Adventureland Aflac Insurance Allegria Hotel Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill Bobo’s Bakery Blue Ocean Wealth Solution, A Member of the Mass Mutual Financial Group Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc. - Roosevelt Field Carol Ransom Carlyn Radvansky Cathay Pacific Cargo Cathy O’Reilly Central Park Service Unit of Girl Scouts Connoisseur Media Long Island David’s Tea - Roosevelt Field DHL Express Dianne Auci Dino’s Villa Mare Disney Theatrical Group Doherty Enterprises/Panera Bread

Donna Rivera-Downey Dough*ology - Lynbrook Ellen Palmisano Entercom New York Erica Rice, CPA Escorza’s Mexican Restaurant & Bar Flying Tiger Copenhagen - Roosevelt Field Four Leaf Designs LLC/ Fortunoff Fine Jewelry Boutique Friendlier Restaurant & Pizza Front Street Bakery Geri Gregor, CPA Havana Central - Garden City Hicks Nurseries Hofstra University Huntington Stand Up Paddle Irene Villacci Jackson Lewis, P.C. JC Penney Potrait Studio Kashi Sushi and Steakhouse The Katz Institute for Women’s Health Kelly Ann Poole Reed, Esq. Long Island Children’s Museum

Lord & Taylor - Manhasset Luci Duckson-Bramble Mattel Children’s Foundation Melissa Connolly Microsoft Store - Roosevelt Field Mio Posto Ristorante Italiano Miyako Hibachi Sushi Montauk Tackle Company Nassau County Firefighters Museum & Education Ctr. News12 Long Island New York Jets New York Yankees NY Lizards Lacrosse Old Bethpage Village Restoration Old Westbury Gardens, Inc. Passion Planner LLC PRIME Fine Catering PSEG Long Island LLC Rainbow Productions/ Chuk Fowler Randell M. Bynum Scholastic Inc. Seema Rahman Sesame Workshop

Simon Property Group Roosevelt Field Sip This - Valley Stream South of the Border Sparkling Pointe Vineyards & Winery Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas Starbucks - Garden City Susan Silverman Quigley, CFP T2 Tea - Roosevelt Field The Harrison Thro Home Decor Triumph Construction Corp. Westbury Manor What’s Cooking? Woodloch Pines Resort Yorkshire Food Sales Corp./ Wise Zimmerman Edelson Inc./ZE Creative Communications

2019 Family Partnership Families donating $100 or more Blundin Cammarata Collins Crawford Davis Fleisher

Gardberg Giampetruzzi Grimes Haigler Hatala Haynes

Kernan Lee Lin Luisi Lynch Maguire

Nasello Nika Putterman-Caplin Rainson Rivera-Downey Ross

Seaford/Wantagh Service Unit of Girl Scouts Serrano Stackler Torborg

Tusiani-Eng WeatherheadShenoy


2019 Individual Donors

Summary of Selected Financial Data

GOLD CIRCLE $5,000 - $9,000 Estate of Therese Della Vecchia Estate of Lori DiMaggio

(for the year ending December 31, 2019)

SILVER CIRCLE $2,000 - $4,999 Lisa Burke  Melissa Connolly  Wanda Jackson  Thomas J. Killeen, Esq. Elizabeth Martino  Christopher Pendergast  Sharon Ramnauth  Carol Ransom  Eric Rogers  Julie Strachan-Haiber, Esq. Valerie Terzano  Allison Bishop White, Esq.  BRONZE CIRCLE $500 - $1,999 Nada Anid, Ph.D. Joanne Antun  Theresa Aulman-Viola  Gloria Baca  Eileen Baker  Laura Bissett-Carr and Wayne Carr Christine Bonczyk  Tonia Bottoms, Esq.  Randell M. Bynum  Austin Cannon  Jr.  Donna Ceravolo  Michele Cusack  Spencer Davidson  Luci Duckson-Bramble  Anthony J. Edelman  Lucy Effron  Andrea Elder-Howell, Esq. Patricia Fife  Mark Florio  Roxanne Garcia France, Ph.D.  Frances Galante  Naomi Gardberg  Lisa Gardner, Esq.  Geri Gregor, CPA  Rosemary Harris  Elizabeth Hill  Debra Ieraci  Shari James  Kristen Jendras  Lori Katzman  Diane M. Mc Farlane, Esq. Christina Mendoza  Joanne Meyer-Jendras  Barbara Minutello  Yvonne Mowatt  Samantha Nasello  Francine O’Connor  Cathy O’Reilly  Kathy Ostien  Monica Pavlidis  Bonnie Porzio, Esq. Andrea Price  Kelly Ann Poole Reed, Esq.  Doris Reilly  Erica Rice, CPA  Christine Rio  Donna Rivera-Downey  George Santiago Jr., Ph.D. Titu Sarder  Deborah Schiff  Anne Marie Spensieri-Fidis  Margaret Stacey  Marilyn Stolz  Victoria Strauber  Lauren Summa  Dermond Thomas, Esq.  Chloe Van Dorn 

Milagros Vicente  Irene Villacci, Esq. Joyce Wagner 

ASSETS

GREEN CIRCLE $200 - $499 Sylvia Acevedo  Patricia Amoroso  Dianne Auci  Joan Bompane  Natalie Borneo  Gail Butt-Lisnoff  Brent Bynum  Eve Scharlene Bynum  Susan Carter  Gabriela Castillo  Judith F. Chambers  Paige Charles  Gregory Corapi  Victoria Crispin Natalie Cureton  Lorna de Bellegarde  Paula Ducker  Anne Fitzgibbon  Elizabeth Fitzgibbon  Kecia Ford  Judi Franzen  Julio Garcia  Donna Geidel  Vicki Gioia  Deborah Goldsmith  Michele Goodman  Flora Greenberg  Cheryl Hatala  John Howell  Jean Kelly  Maureen Lagarde  Patrick Lespinasse  Shaun Lyons  Paula Magnus  Amy Makar  Maria Margiloff  Frances Monahan  Susanne May Morahan  Victoria S. Murphy  Martha Naples  John Nedd  Dale Oswald  Ellen Palmisano  Cynthia Philbin  Yvonne Presha  Barbara Pumphrey  Janet Rafferty  Seema Rahman  Kathryn Reynolds  Adam Ross  Claudia Rudegeair  Rae Schopp  Rita Scott  Wilbert L. (Butche) Simmons  Lydia Slatic  Cindy Summer  Joanne Surless  Dotti Anita Taylor  Jeanine Taylor  Membership Jamie Tortorella  19% Dawn Truesdell  Paula Tusiani-Eng  Denise Voda  Diana VonRoeschlaub  Rama Vora  Diane White  Judy Wichter  Vernon Williams  Kalisha Winston 

Current Assets Fixed Assets, Net TOTAL ASSETS

$24,484,299 4,928,397 $29,412,696

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Total Current Liabilities $5,229,651 Net Assets: Net Assets without Donor Restrictions General Fund 691,306 Board Endowment Fund 3,283,145 Capital Fund 566,155 New Directions Fund 19,582,318 Net Assets with Donor Restrictions 60,121 TOTAL NET ASSETS 24,183,045 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS $29,412,696

PUBLIC SUPPORT AND REVENUES Public Support Revenues TOTAL PUBLIC SUPPORT AND REVENUES

$382,339 4,658,452 $5,040,791

EXPENSES

Program Services Expenses: Membership $1,187,384 Volunteerism 951,650 Programs 2,005,321 Camp 781,649 Supporting Services Expenses: Management 633,320 Public Relations 521,510 Fundraising 291,863 TOTAL EXPENSES $6,372,697

OTHER CHANGES IN NET ASSETS Investment Income

$950,767 Unrealized Gain on Investments Held, Net 2,963,292 3,914,059 CHANGE IN NET ASSETS $2,582,153

Fundraising 5%

Public Relations 8% Management 10%

Financial Statements of Girl Scouts of Nassau County, Inc. are audited by Nawrocki Smith, LLP Copies of complete financial statements may be obtained by writing to: Girl Scouts of Nassau County, Inc., 110 Ring Road West, Garden City, NY 11530 or NYS Department of Law, Charities Bureau Registration Unit, 120 Broadway, New York 10271

Camp 12%

2019 EXPENSES Volunteerism 15%

by Category Programs 31%

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Girl Scout Mission Statement

The Girl Scout Promise

La Promesa de Girl Scouts

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

On my honor, I will try:

Por mi honor, yo trataré: De servir a Dios y a mi patria, ayudar a las personas en todo momento, y vivir conforme a la Ley de Girl Scouts.

To serve God and my country, To help people at all times, And to live by the Girl Scout Law.

Girl Scout Misión Girl Scouts ayuda a las niñas a desarrollar el valor, la confianza en sí mismas y los principios para hacer del mundo un mejor lugar.

The Girl Scout Law

“Helping girls discover their interests and leadership potential is STILL ultimately what Girl Scouts is all about.” —Randell M. Bynum

I will do my best to be honest and fair, friendly and helpful, considerate and caring, courageous and strong, and responsible for what I say and do, and to respect myself and others, respect authority, use resources wisely, make the world a better place, and be a sister to every Girl Scout.

La Ley de Girl Scouts Yo me esforzaré por: Ser honrada y justa cordial y servicial, considerada y compasiva, valiente y fuerte, y responsable de lo que digo y hago, y por respetarme a mí misma y a los demás respetar la autoridad usar los recursos de manera prudente, hacer del mundo un lugar mejor, y ser hermana de cada una de las Girl Scouts.

2019 was the inaugural year for GSNC’s Savannah Speedway, a council-wide race with gravity-driven wooden cars built and decorated by girls. 400 girls participated in 2019.

GIRL SCOUTS OF NASSAU COUNTY, INC. 110 Ring Road West, Garden City, NY 11530 Tel 516.741.2550 | Fax 516.741.2207 | gsnc.org

Girl Scouts of Nassau County, Inc., an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Agency, is a member of Long Island’s United Way, Inc. Village of Hempstead CDA, United Community Fund of Great Neck, and The Community Chest of Port Washington.

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