Girl Scout Promise On my honor, I will try: To serve God and my country, To help people at all times, And to live by the Girl Scout Law.
Building girls of
courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Girl Scout Law 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.
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Dear Girl Scout Family, We began the 2020 Girl Scout membership year eager to inspire girls to seek out new ideas and learn about the world around them, to empower them to stand up for what they believe in, and to support them in their quest to discover who they are and who they want to be. This year showed us that even in a world faced with uncertainty and unprecedented change, we can achieve all of this and more. Why? Because we are Girl Scout Strong. At Girl Scouts, we provide girls with a safe space to be themselves and to learn by doing surrounded by supportive volunteers and their Girl Scout sisters. That support system proved more important than ever this year when our world was faced with a global pandemic and increased civil unrest. In true Girl Scout style, Girl Scouts banded together to support each other and their communities when they were needed the most. Girl Scouts learned how to make face masks for their friends and families and created care packages for first responders to show encouragement. Even when many of their own families were strongly impacted by COVID-19, Girl Scouts showed resilience and compassion and we are so proud of their strength and resolve to make the world a better place. Council volunteers and staff reimagined how to deliver our exceptional Girl Scout Leadership Experience in ways we had never done before. Committed to keeping the safety of our girls and volunteers a top priority, most of our programs shifted to a virtual setting with the introduction of Girl Scouting at Home. Unleashing our inner innovators just as we encourage our girls to do, we organized live virtual events and created recorded troop meetings, daily program activity guides, volunteer trainings and resources, and more. Our incredible donors stepped forward to ensure all girls could participate, and this platform allowed us to reach girls not only within our council, but around the world. Girl Scouting at Home gave girls the opportunity to connect with their troop and explore self-guided Girl Scout activities allowing them to be creative, forward-thinking, and innovative in choosing their own Girl Scout experiences at a time when many of their other school and community activities were canceled. Even with its unique challenges, this year has strengthened our girls and our council by encouraging us to stretch and grow, to be more inclusive and open-minded, and to stay true to our Mission while embracing change. As we look ahead, we are excited to continue to provide girls with a place where they feel welcome and supported as they conquer their fears and pursue their dreams. When girls challenge themselves to exceed their goals, they show the world that anything is possible because, after all, they are Girl Scout Strong. Yours in Girl Scouting,
Bonnie V. Hancock Board of Directors, Chair
Lisa M.K. Jones Chief Executive Officer
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Girl Scout Strong Girl Scouts break down barriers, stand up for what they believe in, and take the lead in making a lasting change. Each Girl Scout has her own unique ideas, strengths, and passions, and together we are one. Girl Scout Strong is being a sister to every girl no matter who she is. Girl Scout Strong is innovating when all else fails. Girl Scout Strong is working together for the common good. Girl Scout Strong is accomplishing the unimaginable. Camp Graham Northampton
Camp Mary Atkinson
Bladen Pender New Hanover
Service Centers + Shops Wilmington Goldsboro Raleigh Fayetteville
18,837 girl members
8,710 adult members
Building Beyond Today: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Our Building Beyond Today: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion (DEI) program provides girls an opportunity to earn a Building Beyond Today patch which encourages and enables girls to raise their hand to enact change. When girls earn this patch, they develop an appreciation of the uniqueness and commonalities of both themselves and others, and the rich diversity of various cultures in their community and in the world. Girls also deepen their understanding and respect for people who may be different from them and learn how to better relate to others.
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Daisy - 3,799 Brownie - 5,014 Junior - 4,643 Cadette - 3,580 Senior - 1,073 Ambassador - 718 Not Reported - 10
Girl Scouting at Home When shelter in place took effect and it became unclear when programs and troop meetings would resume as usual, we needed to ensure that girls could stay active, engaged, and connected. We launched Girl Scouting at Home in March to provide girls with ways they could earn badges, explore the outdoors, and have a troop meeting experience from the safety of their home and backyard. With Digital G.I.R.L., we posted new activity guides—exploring, Community Connection, Girl Scout Traditions, Life Skills/ Entrepreneurship/Finance, the Outdoors, and STEM—each weekday from March 16-May 29, 2020, on our Girl Scouting at Home webpage. We also hosted live events each week on our social media pages featuring interviews with female leaders on #GirlTalkTuesdays and activities girls could follow along with on Thursdays. To bring Girl Scouting to girls’ homes, troop meetings were also recorded that girls could participate in and live troop meetings were hosted on Zoom so girls could interact with other girls. We encouraged troop leaders to host their own virtual meetings with their troops by providing new trainings and events to ensure they felt supported and ready to take on the digital world. Girls and adults that engaged in our Girl Scouting at Home activities and events had the opportunity to work towards our new Girl Scouting at Home patch—our first patch program available for adults! The success of Girl Scouting at Home shows the resilience and adaptability of our girls and volunteers and how big things can happen when plans change.
Digital G.I.R.L. Activities
Facebook Live Views
to our Girl Scouting at Home donors: • • • • • • • •
Bank of America Blue Cross NC Jackson & Sons Margaret P. and Genrik S. Sirvis Fund Publix Super Markets Charities RTI International Sonitrol of the Triangle Truist
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Strength in STEM At Girl Scouts, we introduce girls of every age to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to show them how they can use their unique strengths to change the world. Our “fun with a purpose” curriculum inspires girls to celebrate discovery and become master problem solvers in a variety of areas. This year we introduced 42 new badges, and 30 of which focused on STEM, exploring cybersecurity, space science, and coding. With so much of our world going virtual this year, Girl Scouts’ new cybersecurity badges could not have come at a better time as Daisies through Ambassadors could learn ways to protect themselves in our increasingly digital world. We also released Think Like a Citizen Scientist Journeys for Girl Scout Cadettes through Ambassadors so that all Girl Scouts could learn how to use the scientific method to protect our planet. In the fall, our in-person STEM events provided girls with opportunities to think like an engineer, experiment in the STEM Labs, and become field agents on our coast. In the spring and summer, we innovated and held our most popular STEM opportunities, TechnoQuest and Summer Science Camp, in a virtual setting where girls could learn together while staying apart. To provide girls with awesome STEM leaders to look up to, we held special meetings with women in STEM, including a live Q&A with Astronaut Christina Koch where girls learned about her journey to NASA and what her life was like in outer space.
14 STEM events serving 289 girls
a signature STEM event, was held in person serving 118 girls and virtually serving 28 girls *TechnoQuest was held in person in fall 2019, virtual in spring 2020
21 girls attended
Virtual Summer Science Camp
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• • • • • •
Citrix Dell Duke Energy Foundation First Citizens Bank Google Fiber Stewart
Strength in Reach Mobile Program In its fifth year, our mobile program successfully delivered the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to troops across our council footprint, with a focus on areas where Girl Scouts are underserved due to economic and geographic challenges. “Savannah” and “Daisy”, our two mobile program vehicles, provided programming and training in financial literacy, healthy living, leadership, outdoor/environmental, and STEM to girls and adults. From learning about cells and organisms with microscopes to becoming Program Aides through leadership training, there were opportunities for every girl to strengthen her skills and develop confidence. After taking a break due to the uncertainty of COVID-19, we were excited to be able to get back on the road in September with increased safety measures in place.
1,609 girls served
406 adults served
50 site visits
NEW this year: G.I.R.L. Quest In January, 80 Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors attended our first ever G.I.R.L. Quest event at IBM. They were able to choose from workshops like car care, writing a resume, how to be safe on the internet, yoga and self-care, managing a budget and more!
Mobile Program Donors • Biogen Foundation • Lenovo • WakeMed
to our donors:
G.I.R.L. Quest Donors • IBM • Publix Super Markets Charities
Girl Scout Academy • Frank K. Webb Charitable Trust • Sandra Crumrine
Being Girl Scout strong means... ...taking initiative instead of merely reacting to life’s turns. -Fatimah K
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Strength in Entrepreneurship With the Girl Scout Cookie Program, girls get hands-on experience in running their own business. They set goals for themselves and strategize ways to reach and exceed them by strengthening their financial literacy and communication skills. The 2020 Girl Scout Cookie Program ran from January 11-March 1, 2020, and Girl Scouts were excited to work towards their favorite Superstar Destinations, our special rewards and recognitions program for girls, and to earn troop proceeds to help fund their adventures. The Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest girl-led business in the world, and it teaches girls the 5 key skills of goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics. It shows girls that they have what it takes to start their own businesses using creative thinking to make sales and teamwork to achieve a desired outcome. From the time Girl Scouts sell their first box of cookies, they begin to recognize that they can become entrepreneurs and successful leaders in any endeavor. It’s about so much more than what is in the box; it’s about investing in the female leaders of tomorrow.
Operation Cookie Drop Operation Cookie Drop is our council-wide service project that allows Girl Scout troops to give back to military troops. For the past 16 years, Girl Scouts have collected donations for boxes of Girl Scout cookies and have donated over 1 million boxes to military men and women. While Girl Scouts were unable to participate in the Operation Cookie Drop delivery events this year due to COVID-19, the donations brightened the days of our military personnel who were extra grateful to know that Girl Scouts were thinking of them.
3,081,480 cookie boxes sold
10,941 girls selling
1,100 troops selling
104,124 packages donated to Operation Cookie Drop
282 average number of boxes sold per girl
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Caring Through Cookies When the pandemic began after cookie season ended, our council wanted to make a difference for those struck especially hard. We donated cases of Girl Scout cookies to places like hospitals, schools, and food banks across our council footprint to show we are all in this together. First responders and teachers were grateful for our support and for the delicious treat during a time of added stress!
Chloe H. Wake 5,005
Being Girl Scout strong means...
To push forward even when you’re a little afraid. - Alannah M.
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Strength in the Outdoors One of the best ways for girls to step outside their comfort zones is simply by stepping outdoors. We provide girls with ways to safely take risks, learn important outdoor skills, and develop an appreciation for nature with badges, events, and camping opportunities. We began the year with the release of 12 new Outdoor High Adventure badges, designed for girls to explore nature through exciting activities like skiing, rock climbing, and swimming. These were the first badges girls could earn by choosing a self-directed path. Girl Scout troops put their outdoor skills to the test through our Outdoor Skills Progression Series, which saw great support from Girl Scouts that visited our camps in the fall to master camping skills like cooking, tenting, and orienteering. Following trends of past summers, 2020 summer camp and program registration was high, but we had to make the heartbreaking decision to cancel our in-person summer programs and move to a virtual platform due to safety concerns and state restrictions.
Our Beyond Ordinary Summer Program made it possible for Girl Scouts to continue strengthening their outdoor leadership while practicing social distancing. With Beyond Camp, Girl Scouts participated in online activities with other girls in their session each day with guided adventures of their own. During Friendship Fires, girls engaged in virtual chats and songs with each other just like they do when sitting around the campfire… they could even bring their own s’mores! Our popular Badges and Beyond boxes delivered badgework activities directly to girls’ doorsteps exploring space science and teamwork. This summer was far from ordinary to say the least, but our new outdoor opportunities helped keep us Girl Scout Strong by bringing us together while physically apart.
This year we completed the renovation of the Camp Mary Atkinson program building thanks to the help of our generous donors. The renovation maintained the nostalgia of the building with large windows overlooking the lake, the openness of the great room, and the fireplace, while adding modern amenities and updates to provide year-round climate control along with a fully equipped catering kitchen. We are sure this will become a favorite spot at camp.
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unique camp properties
Beyond Ordinary Summer:
Outdoor Skills Progression Series:
373 103 girls
outdoor events serving 1,232 girls
girls served from 31 counties
joined us for six different workshops
girls from 41 of our sister Girl Scout councils.
to our Camp Improvement donors: • • • • •
Anonymous Donor to Camp Graham Blue Cross NC Extron Electronics Fidelity Bank Margaret Pickard Sirvis Fund
• • • •
North State Foundation Robert P. Holding Foundation with First Citizens Bank Southern Bank William Taylor Roofing and Construction Company
Being Girl Scout strong means...
Having the character, courage and confidence to take on the world! - Mia B.
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Strength in Leadership When Girl Scouts begin the journey to earn one of Girl Scouts’ highest awards, their potential is limitless. They identify where they want to see change and use their creative problem-solving and team-building skills to make an impact on their communities and the world. Through the Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards, girls recognize that they have the strength they need to make a difference no matter their age or experience level.
299 Bronze Award Girl Scouts
71 Silver Award Girl Scouts
41 Gold Award Girl Scouts
The Bronze Award encourages Girl Scout Juniors to work as a team to explore their community, make a plan, and put their plan in motion. They get to see how seemingly small actions make a big difference.
The Silver Award allows Girl Scout Cadettes to take action either individually or in a team. When they make a difference through their project, they gain the confidence and skills to catapult them to lifelong success.
The Gold Award challenges Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors to solve a community problem and make a lasting change with their project. This is the most prestigious award in the world for girls, and it’s only available to Girl Scouts.
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Gold, Silver and Bronze Award Girl Scouts are the youth leaders their communities need to create solutions to the new and ever-changing challenges that arose from the global pandemic. Many Girl Scouts working towards their awards had to alter their plans for their projects due to safety restrictions and guidelines, and some Girl Scouts even changed their project completely to meet the changing needs of their communities. We offered a deadline extension to December 31, 2020 to all Girl Scouts working towards their Highest Award to safely harness their enthusiasm and facilitate meaningful solutions with their communities! This year, we recognized our Gold Award Girl Scouts at our first ever Virtual Gold Award Celebration which which was held on Facebook Live. The celebration allowed Girl Scouts to share their projects and impact with a variety of viewers, showing others what the Gold Award is all about and inspiring younger Girl Scouts to also go for the Gold.
Recognized 57 Girls in the Virtual Gold
Gold Award 2,800 Virtual Celebration Views
Being Girl Scout strong means...
Empowering myself and other girls. - Yomn A.
* Girls from this year and the previous were honored
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Investing in Girls’ Futures Juliette Gordon Low Society Members We are grateful to the members of our Juliette Gordon Low Society who are shaping tomorrow’s G.I.R.L.s and safeguarding the traditions that brought them joy and inspiration through their planned gift commitments. Anonymous Beverly Cowdrick Rebecca L. Daniels Susan M. Dellay Kristal Diaz-Rojas Kristi Doebler Cindy B. Fink Poonam and Gyan Gupta Lois R. Hirschman~
Lisa and Jeffery A.R. Jones Marsha Kitter Chris Lancaster Elaine Loyack Pat MacPherson Matthew F. Markie Beth M. Norris Jennifer and Brian Osman Vincent and Valerie M. Quiett
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Romanus, Sr. John F. and Wanda Schramm Margaret Pickard Sirvis~ Cathy Stipe Gail and Greg Watts Frank and Sue Ann Westmeyer Debi L. Willis Lori Winkelstein Beverly Wyckoff ~Deceased
Dianne Belk and Lawrence Calder Girl Scout Movement Wide Challenge Planned Gift Deborah G. Brady | Cheryl Y. Burns | Jean Gordon Carter | Linda P. Foreman | Bonnie V. Hancock Kristen and Steve Hess | Emily K. Hill | Deborah Morgan | Melissa M. Reed | Jodi R. Schwartz Barbara Pickard Sirvis | Lisa Conklin Strickland & Family
The Daisy Chain Members The Daisy Chain is a women’s affinity group that is committed to building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who will make the world a better place through their investments. Membership is reserved for investors whose commitment reflects their belief that when we invest in girls, they can change our world. As leading donors to Girl Scouts, members receive exclusive access, information, and invitations, including girl mentoring, special events, and networking opportunities. The Daisy Chain members are noted with an * in the following list of individual donors. To see a full listing of our Daisy Chain members visit our website.
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Corporate and Foundation Donors The following donors have made new pledges, gifts of cash or in-kind to Girl Scouts - North Carolina Coastal Pines from October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020. Entries in green note donors who have made gifts for the last three consecutive years or more. Thank you to all of our donors for investing in girls who will change the world.
Take Action Circle: $25,000+
Smith, Anderson, Blount, Dorsett, Mitchell & Jernigan, LLP | Frank K. Webb Charitable Trust*
Connect Circle: $10,000 - $24,999 Bank of America Capitol Broadcasting Company, Inc. Duke Energy Foundation Extron Electronics Dell
Truist Bank United Way of Cumberland County United Way of Onslow County United Way Tar River Region Women for Women of Pitt County
Discover Circle: $5,000 - $9,999 Anonymous Citrix ERP Implementation Consulting Group Ella Ann L. & Frank B. Holding Foundation Inc. Jackson & Sons Lenovo MetLife Foundation
North State Foundation John William Pope Foundation Publix Super Markets Charities The Eddie and Jo Allison Smith Family Foundation United Way of Scotland County William Taylor Roofing and Construction Company
Trefoil Club: $2,500 - $4,999 Anthem Inc. CDB Corporation Chamblee Graphics Duke Community Care Fund Environmental Federation of NC - City of Durham Seven Stars First Citizens Bank Grady-White Boats Harold H. Bate Foundation Inc. W. Trent Ragland, Jr. Foundation
RTI International R.C. Sadler Foundation Sonitrol of the Triangle State Employees Combined Campaign Stewart United Way of Richmond County
$1,000 - $2,499 Arthur J. Gallagher & Co Carteret County Unrestricted Endowment Galloway Ridge Charitable Fund GlaxoSmithKline Granville County United Way Greene County Fund
John Luther and Isabelle Gray McLean Trust Schneider Electric/Square D Foundation Troy Hutchins Construction LLC Weyerhaeuser Wilmington Cape Fear Rotary Club The Women’s Fund of North Carolina
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* The Daisy Chain members ^ Sustainers Consecutive Donors
Individual Donors Take Action Circle: $25,000 - $99,999 $1,000 - $2,499 Anonymous Gift to Camp Graham
Gladys Marion Scholarship Endowment
Randall and Dawn Luecke
Margaret Pickard Sirvis Fund*
Rachel and Albert Blackmon
Connect Circle: $10,000 - $24,999
Deborah G. Brady*
Ann “Scottie” Bryan*
Tricia and Stuart Phoenix*
Lisa and Jeffery A. R. Jones*
Anita B. Pinther
Cheryl Y. Burns*^
Barbara L. Putney*
Rebecca H. Christian*
Valerie M. and Vincent Quiett*
Discover Circle: $5,000 - $9,999
Jane and Robert Green*
Melanie and Jeff Dubis*
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Maynard
Cindy B. Fink*
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Romanus, Sr.*
Jim and Rita Madrazo-Peterson
Leslie and Gordon Flood*^
Barbara Pickard Sirvis*
Trefoil Club: $2,500 - $4,999
Jeff and Paige Chandler
Linda P. Foreman*
Margaret G. Teasley*
Francis E. Westmeyer
Kristen and Steve Hess*^
Manju Karkare and Jayant Khadilkar*
Debi L. Willis*
Rebecca L. Daniels*^ Alison T. DeCinti*^ Ruth Glaser* Bonnie V. Hancock* Elaine Loyack*^ Jennifer and Brian Osman* Jodi R. Schwartz*
Marsha Kitter* Debra Z. Laughery*
Carla Washinko* Saundra W. and Dennis Williams*
$250 - $999 Anonymous (4)*^ AT&T Employee Giving Campaign David B. Auman^ Elisabeth Amend Gordon Blanchard Cynthia M. Sortisio and Allison M. Bluj^ Marsha Beasley Diane Buchner Caroline Carrington Amber Clark Nancy Briggs Emily K. Hill and Miller Cochran* Angela Cottle Jill and Gary Cummings Laura Lee Davis^ Leslie Doster Laura and Chuck Duncan Pam and Jeff Duncan Jamie Gerald^ Lori Green^ Katherine Hamilton Tamula Coffey Michelle Hile
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Hoke County Service Unit Shellarnetta Hollis Amanda Huff Lena Hyde Missy Inebnit Lauren Irving^ Johnston County, Area 25 Christl Kasler Rosemary Kenyon Elisa Klein Kerry King Barbara Ann Koch Lenovo Employees Care Campaign Mary Malaythong^ Matthew F. Markie^ Kelley Massengale Amy J. Mayer Sue A. McClain Jim and Stephanie Minter Cheryl Olive Anne Parks Cheryl Parquet Katie Pohlman^
Meredith Pope Cheryl L. Porter LeShawndra N. Price Cassie Proper^ Melissa Reed Shellie Richardson^ Sarah Rose AnneMarie Sapko^ Barbara G. Schliebe* Stacy Shelp Rebekah Smith Cathy Stipe Mary Strassel Shannon Thornburg Emily Threatt Meta Trombley^ Kristin and Joseph Vickery Terrica Hay^ Vicki Watson^ Tisha Powell-Wayne* Beverly Wyckoff Wake Area 23
Donations Made in Memory of the following Girl Scout Friends Debra Faw | Joan Hamilton | Patricia Hancock | Ann Carter Henderson | Bonnie Hypes | Charlotte McCleskey Jones Betty Kemp | Alice Jane Russum Keresey | Patsy Kilgore | Frances Lillian Hughes McLellan | Joyce Mitchell Drusiana Oliveri | Angelos Papantoniou | Margaret “Peggy” Pickard Sirvis | Angela Smith | Jay Smith Gladys Sullivan | Pat Toney | Jenny Wagner
Jane S. Barringer Endowment
Gladys Marion Scholarship Endowment
The following funds have been named to honor those who have generously contributed to Girl Scouts.
Carrie Burton Endowment
Martha Webb Every Girl Everywhere Endowment
Misty Crabtree Eastham Endowment
Building Beyond Tomorrow: Creating a Community for Girls to Thrive Equipping today’s girls to be the leaders of tomorrow This past year, we saw Girl Scouts near and far rise above the challenges facing our country and Take Action. We asked our Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines community to Take Action with us so that, together, we can continue to create a community for girls to thrive. On our first ever GivingHERsday, we had 98 donors support Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines. Be on the lookout for Giving HERsday 2021 this summer! Thank you to everyone who donated and spread the word to make Building Beyond Tomorrow so successful. Thank you to those of you who shared your stories or signed up as fundraisers. Thank you to the supporters who left sweet comments about the work of our girls and volunteers.
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Girl Scout Sustainers Girl Scout Sustainers provide continuous, reliable support that our council counts on to keep Girl Scouting going all year long through a recurring credit card gift or payroll deduction. Thanks to their loyal support, Sustainers know that every time a local Girl Scout grows more confident, helps her community, overcomes an obstacle, makes a new friend, or finds a solution, they helped make it possible.
Girl Scouts Give “Be a sister to every Girl Scout” is at the core of everything we do. Girl Scouts Give is a fundraising campaign and patch program designed to help girls understand the importance of supporting their fellow Girl Scout sisters through investments of their TIME, TALENT, and TREASURE and to recognize that they are part of a larger council and movement. When girls participate in Girl Scouts Give, they learn about philanthropy, giving back, and how they can make a difference. They also learn about the variety of circumstances girls in our council experience. Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines is committed to providing need-based financial assistance. Girl Scouts Give allows our girls to make donations to provide all the things they love about Girl Scouting to other girls and change the lives of their Girl Scout sisters.
Girl Scout Troop # 109 Girl Scout Troop # 230 Girl Scout Troop # 259 Girl Scout Troop # 260 Girl Scout Troop # 267 Girl Scout Troop # 354 Girl Scout Troop # 366 Girl Scout Troop # 525 Girl Scout Troop # 777 Girl Scout Troop # 779
Girl Scout Troop # 810 Girl Scout Troop # 965 Girl Scout Troop # 1077 Girl Scout Troop # 1098 Girl Scout Troop # 1274 Girl Scout Troop # 1377 Girl Scout Troop # 1402 Girl Scout Troop # 1437 Girl Scout Troop # 1527 Girl Scout Troop # 1555
Girl Scout Troop # 1557 Girl Scout Troop # 1658 Girl Scout Troop # 1734 Girl Scout Troop # 1745 Girl Scout Troop # 1882 Girl Scout Troop # 1951 Girl Scout Troop # 3580 Girl Scout Troop # 4034 Girl Scout Troop # 4131 Girl Scout Troop # 4203
Girl Scout Troop # 4256 Girl Scout Troop # 4258 Girl Scout Troop # 4363 Girl Scout Troop # 4396 Girl Scout Troop # 4473 Girl Scout Troop # 4813 Girl Scout Troop # 4868
Gifts of all sizes make a difference. Thank you to our members and friends who gave through Operation Cookie Drop, Treats for Troops, Bright Funds, their employer giving programs, Girl Scout shop retail round up, refunded camp fees, and by gifting their background check through Verified Volunteers.
We express our gratitude to all our friends who are building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. The preceding lists contain the names of indvidual, corporate, United Way and foundation partners who made financial contributions to Girl Scouts - North Carolina Coastal Pines from October 1, 2019 September 30, 2020. Although these lists have been prepared with care, we realize omissions may have occurred and offer our sincere apologies. Please contact our development office with any corrections so that we can update our records: email@example.com.
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Condensed Statement of Financial Position
Condensed Statement of Activities Year ended September 30, 2020
As of September 30, 2020 ASSETS Current Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents Accounts Receivable Pledges Receivable Inventory Prepaid Expenses Total Current Assets
$6,286,753 76,311 165,042 375,541 108,985 7,012,632
Other Assets Long-Term Pledges Receivable Net Property and Equipment Investments Total Other Assets TOTAL ASSETS
35,100 6,576,343 11,385,833 17,997,276 $25,009,908
Public Support & Revenue Product Sales Program Investment Income Contributions Other Retail Sales United Way Program Fees
Liabilities Accrued Payroll Accounts Payable Deferred Revenue Accrued Leave Other short-term Liabilities Total Liabilities
7,303,609 1,108,054 1,084,926 849,910 227,748 113,193 104,886
67.7% 10.3% 10.0% 7.9% 2.1% 1.0% 1.0%
$403,241 445,353 1,188,704 295,621 36,604 2,369,523
Net Assets Without donor restrictions With Donor restrictions
Total Net Assets
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
$25,009,908 Expenses Program Services Management & General Fundraising
8,859,463 822,744 591,485
86.2% 8.0% 5.8%
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Being Girl Scout strong means... To be a sister to every Girl Scout.
- Morgan P.
Board of Directors Officers
Bonnie V. Hancock, Chair Valerie M. Quiett, First Vice Chair Melissa M. Reed, Second Vice Chair Natalie Perkins Holden, Third Vice Chair Cheryl Y. Burns, Fourth Vice Chair Linda P. Foreman, Secretary Wendy Burden, Treasurer Lisa M. K. Jones, Chief Executive Officer
Ann “Scottie” Bryan Sandra Crumrine Kristal Diaz-Rojas Melanie Dubis Kacie Fore Kim Gold Jane Green Jenna Green Kristen Hess Debra Z. Laughery
Elaine Loyack Virginia Parker Cheryl Parquet Jim Peterson Annette Moore Marywalker Romanus Jodi R. Schwartz Jasmine Smith Saundra Wall Williams
Yasmine Abdel-Rahman Eliza Rae Buhrman Ashlyn Oakley Loreta Quarmine
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