2018-19 Annual Report

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Igniting Change 2018-2019 | Annual Report

Building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

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.

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. 2 Annual Report 2018-2019

Dear Girl Scout Family, This past year has been a time of commitment and resolve for our council. Tested by Hurricanes Florence and Michael, our girls, volunteers, families and staff were challenged to show the world what it means to be a Girl Scout. And together, we did! Across our council footprint, our communities and our families were impacted with storm damage and disruptions to their daily lives and the consequences of the storms have had lingering impacts. In the midst of it all, Girl Scouts stepped forward ready to help. Troops from across the council engaged in service projects to help their communities and Girl Scout sisters. From providing bottled water to first responders or aiding in clean-up efforts to collecting food and supplies for hurricane-impacted communities to adopting a sister Girl Scout troop, our Girl Scout family stood together and did what Girl Scouts do—we made a difference and we made the world a better place. And for that, we are thankful and proud. Thankful to be part of such an incredible community and proud of the courage, confidence, and character displayed by our girls, volunteers, families, and staff who demonstrated firsthand the power and sisterhood of the Girl Scout Movement. As Girl Scouts, we are taught to step up when those around us need help. Girl Scouts are problem solvers and world changers. Whether in our own backyard, across the state or around the globe, Girl Scouts make an impact in their communities and on the world around them. In Girl Scouts, girls at every age learn to identify problems in the community and through their compassion, innovation and leadership, they take action to solve them. Our communities need Girl Scouts. Today’s world is changing rapidly and the Girl Scout Leadership Experience is preparing the next generation of community leaders, advocates and engaged citizens to find their voice, take on challenges, and stand for what they believe. Through Girl Scouts, girls are gaining experiences to expand their view of the world and gaining the confidence and skills to make their impact on it. Looking ahead, we’re inspired by the strength of the Girl Scout Movement and the power of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to continue to build an environment where all girls are welcomed, supported, and encouraged to try new things. An environment where girls are free to explore and let their confidence soar; where girls are encouraged to push past their fears and find their passion. Because at Girl Scouts, we teach girls to think creatively and act boldly and we provide girls with the leadership skills to ignite the change they wish to see in the world! And we will continue to do it, together, one girl at a time! Yours in Girl Scouting,

Lisa M.K. Jones Chief Executive Officer

Bonnie V. Hancock Board of Directors, Chair

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Igniting Change From the moment inspiration strikes until action is taken, Girl Scouts supports, uplifts, and emboldens girls through a program and environment where discovery and creativity abound. Girls have the freedom to choose their own path and fun is part of every activity. From robotics and coding to kayaking and camping, financial literacy to community service, the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, the foundation of all Girl Scout programming, provides girls with a variety of opportunities to dream big, try new things, explore, and ignite change. Because at Girl Scouts, girls don’t have to choose between developing their artistic talents and building a rocket; they can try it all! Purposefully designed to help girls realize their leadership potential and develop the skills they need to succeed in life, the Girl Scout Leadership Experience is built on four core program pillars: STEM (science, technology, engineering, math), outdoors, entrepreneurship, and life skills. Together, our program gives girls the courage to turn their ideas into realities, the confidence to push past challenges, and the character to drive change in their community and around the world.

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Pillars in Action Delivering Our Mission Promise STEM: Programming in fields like astronomy, engineering, coding, robotics, forensics, and cybersecurity encourage Girl Scouts in all grade levels (Daisy through Ambassador) to become increasingly interested, confident, and competent in STEM. Outdoors: Through a variety of progressive outdoor programs, Girl Scouts of all ages experience nature, build skills, and learn to take action as environmental stewards in their communities. Entrepreneurship: Starting with the iconic Girl Scout Cookie Program, this pillar instills and nurtures an entrepreneurial mindset and provides girls with a base in financial literacy. Life Skills: Girl Scouts learn about teamwork, planning, compassion, empathy, and group dynamics through topics such as civic engagement, healthy living, and global citizenship. 

Camp Graham Northampton

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Camp Mary Atkinson

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Service Centers + Shops Wilmington Goldsboro Raleigh Fayetteville

24,422 girl members For more than 100 years, Girl Scouts has been building the leaders and innovators that our businesses, communities, and planet require. From Wilmington to Raleigh, Fayetteville to Jacksonville, and everywhere in between, Girl Scouts have turned their questions into ideas, transformed their ideas into action, and ignited change across our 41–counties and beyond. As part of a global sisterhood of more than 60 million Girl Scouts and alumnae to cheer them on, there’s no limit to what our girls can do. Of the 24,422 girl members, 8,802 girls were served through outreach. Committed to eliminating barriers to participation and providing the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to all girls, this past year 8,802 girls, who otherwise could not participate, gained lifelong skills and experienced the fun and excitement of Girl Scouts through our financial assistance and alternative delivery programs.

Daisy 5,689 Brownie 6,720 Junior 5,869 Cadette 4,219 Senior 1,143 Ambassador 782

9,164 adult members With the help and support of more than 9,000 adult members and dedicated volunteers, we continue to create an environment where all girls are welcome, supported, and encouraged to try new things; an environment where girls are free to explore their interests, tackle their ideas, and discover unimagined talents and passions.

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Thank you to our mobile program donors: BB&T, Biogen Foundation, Goodnight Educational Foundation, PNC, Sander Pomper, WakeMed, Frank K. Webb Charitable Trust

Mobile Program Since the launch of our first mobile program vehicle in 2015, “Daisy,” to the addition of our second vehicle in 2019, “Savannah”, Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines’ mobile program ensures that girls across our 41-counties have access to the Girl Scout program, especially areas where Girl Scouts are underserved due to economic and geographic challenges. From Tinkering Labs to Robotics, to providing troop support for Girl Scout badge and Journey programming, the mobile program brings fun and imaginative program opportunities to girls and models program delivery concepts and techniques for troop volunteers. In FY 2018-2019, spurred by the addition of Savannah and the launch of the Mobile Program page on our website, the mobile program served 3,819 girls, an increase of 1,945 girls over FY 2017-2018, and 1,187 adults, almost three times more than the number of adults served in FY 2017-2018 (453). And this past year, Daisy and Savannah brought original programming in STEM, financial literacy, leadership, healthy living, and the outdoors to troops and volunteers to 33 of our counties!

3,819 girls served

1,187 adults served

131 site visits

At Girl Scouts, we believe in giving girls the space to explore new topics and the skills to imagine creative solutions. An example is our Mobile Circuits Program. Launched in the spring of 2019, this program teaches girls the basics of circuitry and challenges them to create a circuit in a box that when closed or opened, will turn on an LED light. With the mobile program team and their co-leaders on hand to cheer them on, girls jump in, step outside their comfort zone, come up with big ideas, and make things happen! Lights turn on and girls shine bright as their ideas come to life and their confidence soars! 6

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STEM: Igniting Future Careers In 2017, Girl Scouts of the USA announced the Girl Scout STEM Pledge, an initiative that seeks to raise $70 million by 2025 to support 205 million girls in their pursuit of STEM subjects. Since that announcement, we have seen the introduction of 2 new STEM Journeys, 16 new STEM badges in engineering, chemistry, robotics, and computer science, 6 new Space Science badges, and an additional 18 badges in cybersecurity. These new STEM Journeys and badges spark girls’ interest in STEM and ignite future careers. To supplement the national portfolio of STEM programming, Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines held 47 STEM events serving over 2,000 girls. This included our signature biannual STEM event TechnoQuest, with 198 middle and high school girls in attendance, and Summer Science Camp where 62 middle and high school girls explored rocketry, forensics, engineering, and coding. From providing girls with opportunities to partner with female STEM role models to delivering hands-on programming where girls can build a working drone, conduct experiments, and explore the world of virtual reality and gaming, we remain committed to increasing girls’ involvement in STEM and ensuring every girl has opportunities to explore and build potential career paths in these important fields.

2,044 girls attended 47 STEM events

62 girls attended summer science camp

Thank you to our STEM donors: Citrix, Credit Suisse, Duke Energy, Fidelity Investments, First Citizens, Google Fiber, Infosys Foundation, Stewart

TechnoQuest, a signature STEM event, was held in Raleigh and Greenville serving 198 middle

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Thank you to our outdoor program donors: Bank of America, BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina, Foundation for the Carolinas – The Cole Foundation, Robert P. Holding Foundation with First Citizens Bank, M&F Bank, Pee Dee Electric, Bob Schmitz and Amy Csorba, Sonitrol of the Triangle

Camp Property Enhancements Camp Graham

Camp Hardee

Camp Mary Atkinson

Camp Mu-Sha-Ni

Camp Graham updates included replacement of the flooring and shower in the infirmary, bathroom renovations at the staff house, and cedar siding installation on the ranger home. Five tent platforms were replaced in the Whippoorwill Unit.

At Camp Hardee, the floor system of the Rotary Lodge was reinforced. The adjacent Fleming Property was purchased for future use.

Renovation of the Camp Mary Atkinson Program Building began, and three wooded areas were thinned to open views, clear undesirable species, and enhance the growth of mature trees.

Campers at Camp Mu-Sha-Ni can now enjoy the completed floating dock system and the observation platform for the Beaver Pond Trail. The tent platforms were power washed and painted.


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Outdoors: Igniting a Passion for Nature and the Environment For more than a century, girls have discovered the wonders of nature, experienced the thrill of adventure, and challenged themselves to reach new heights through Girl Scouts’ national outdoor programming. And the benefits are real. Studies show that the structured and challenging activities that outdoor programs provide have a powerful long-term effect on a girl’s development including building confidence and self-esteem, increasing willingness to try new and challenging activities, building interest in the natural world, and sparking the attitudes, skills, and behaviors essential to effective leadership. Studies also show that Girl Scouting allows girls to participate in outdoor activities they have never done before and wouldn’t have done otherwise, suggesting that Girl Scouts opens doors to outdoor experiences for girls.* Continuing their commitment to the outdoors, this past year Girl Scouts of the USA released 12 new Outdoor High Adventure badges designed to give girls the opportunity to explore nature and experience exciting outdoor adventures like backpacking, rock climbing, cross-country skiing, and tree-climbing. At Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines we too are continuing our commitment to providing girls with life-changing outdoor programming by continuing to enhance and improve our four camp properties.

51 outdoor events serving 2,791 girls

18 day camps led by 156 adult volunteers serving 1,263 girls

2,430 girls attended summer resident camp programs

*The Girl Scout Research Institute (GSRI): Four Ways Girl Scouts Builds Girl Leaders in the Outdoors and Girl Scouts Soar in the Outdoors. The GSRI delivers data-driven insights across the Girl Scout Movement and beyond, leading national conversations about girls and their development via groundbreaking original studies.

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11,077 girls selling 1,099 troops selling 272 average number of boxes sold per girl 3,010,887 cookie boxes sold


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The Girl Scout Cookie Program: Igniting Future Entrepreneurs Girl Scouts learn by doing and do more with what they learn. In 1916, Girl Scouts seeded the entrepreneurial and financial landscape for women through the introduction of the largest girl-led entrepreneurial program in the world, the Girl Scout Cookie Program. From Main Street to Wall Street, thousands of female leaders and small business owners participated in the Girl Scout Cookie Program as Girl Scouts, sparking the entrepreneurial mindset that propelled them to the top of their fields. No other program has changed more lives or created more female entrepreneurs than the Girl Scout Cookie Program. The Girl Scout Cookie Program often serves as a girl’s first introduction to financial literacy, helping them develop the confidence and expertise needed to create an independent future and the power to ignite change in the world. Through the Girl Scout Cookie Program girls learn 5 key skills: goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics. The Girl Scout Cookie Program gives girls the confidence to achieve their dreams and the skills to make them a reality.

As the largest girl-led business in the world, all proceeds from the Girl Scout Cookie Program remain in the council and are used to benefit girls, both directly and indirectly. Directly, funds earned remain in troop treasuries and help to offset expenses such as purchasing troop supplies, funding troop adventures and community service projects, and covering fees associated with attending various troop activities and events. Indirectly, funds subsidize the cost of providing Girl Scouting across our 41 counties. The Girl Scout Cookie Program enriches the Girl Scout Leadership Experience for girls by broadening their experiences and supporting them on their path to leadership.

Top Cookie Sellers




Ruth L. Cumberland

Alyssa J. Durham

Madeline F. New Hanover

88,631 packages donated Operation Cookie Drop To date, Operation Cookie Drop has donated over 1.1 million packages of Girl Scout cookies to our military men and women serving at home and overseas as well as those returning from deployment. A council-wide service project now entering its 15th year, Operation Cookie Drop allows customers to support girls and troops by purchasing Girl Scout cookies or donating directly to Operation Cookie Drop where their donations are then used to purchase Girl Scout cookies for our military. This year, 88,631 packages of Girl Scout cookies brought the sweet taste of home to our brave military men and women. This initiative not only provides girls with the opportunity to learn and grow but also teaches girls the value and impact of philanthropy because for Girl Scouts, entrepreneurship isn’t about the bottom line, it’s about the social impact.

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Highest Awards Every day across our council, Girl Scouts show remarkable dedication to improving their communities and the world around them as they work to earn Girl Scouts Highest Awards, the Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards. The ultimate expression of commitment, Girl Scouts’ Highest Awards allow girls to tackle issues they care about and reflect Girl Scouts’ dedication to leadership and civic engagement. Gold Award Girl Scout Nia of Wake Forest ignited change through her Take Action project by giving presentations to her peers on racial equity and social justice issues. She hoped to promote the development of informed opinions among youth and encouraged discussion among participants so they could connect and grow confident in sharing their beliefs. For their Silver Award, the Girl Scout Cadettes of Troop #1147 in Hope Mills worked together to construct a hammock park in a wooded area where youth organization members could camp and appreciate nature. They wanted to encourage others to spend more time outdoors and their hammocks provided a comfortable space to do so. Nia and Troop #1147 are proof that Girl Scouts don’t just change the world for the better, they change it for good. A Girl Scout pursuing one of Girl Scouts’ Highest Awards ignites change in her community and gains the skills— confidence, team work, organization and planning, problem solving, time management, and more— that set her apart for life.


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Girl Scout Juniors team up, learn important leadership skills, and watch how seemingly small actions can make a big difference in their community as they work to earn the Girl Scout Bronze Award, the highest honor a Junior can achieve.


When Girl Scout Cadettes set out to earn the Girl Scout Silver Award they focus on an issue they care about—develop a project, make a plan, put it into motion— and gain the confidence and skills that put girls on a path to success in school and life.

Bronze Award Girl Scouts

Silver Award Girl Scouts


Gold Award Girl Scouts

Earned by girls in grades 9-12, the Girl Scout Gold Award is the mark of the truly remarkable, proof that not only can she make a difference, but that she already has. Gold Award Girl Scouts demonstrate dedication and leadership, tackling issues that are dear to them and driving meaningful and lasting change in their communities and beyond.

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Igniting Girls’ Futures At Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines, our goal is to make sure that the Girl Scout Leadership Experience is accessible to every girl across our 41 counties regardless of background, ability, race, or socioeconomic status. We believe that every girl should have the opportunity to try something new, explore their interests, and ignite the change they want to see in the world around them. Our donors share in that belief. Their investments help to make Girl Scouts available to every girl, spark her interest in her future career, and ignite her desire to change the world. Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines would like to express our gratitude for all our donors who believe in the power of every girl to ignite positive change in her community and beyond. 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 Deborah G. Brady the Cheryl Y. Burns Jean Gordon Carter chain Beverly Cowdrick Rebecca L. Daniels Susan M. Dellay Kristal Diaz-Rojas Kristi Doebler Cindy B. Fink Linda P. Foreman Poonam and Gyan Gupta

Women linking girls to their potential.

Bonnie V. Hancock Kristen and Steve Hess Emily K. Hill Lois R. Hirschman^ Lisa and Jeffery A.R. Jones Marsha Kitter Pat MacPherson Matthew F. Markie Deborah Morgan Beth M. Norris Jennifer and Brian Osman Vincent and Valerie M. Quiett

Melissa M. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Mike Romanus, Sr. John F. and Wanda Schramm Jodi R. Schwartz Barbara Pickard Sirvis Margaret Pickard Sirvis^ Cathy Stipe Lisa Conklin Strickland and Family Frank and Sue Ann Westmeyer Debi L. Willis Lori Winkelstein Beverly Wyckoff ^ Deceased


The Daisy Chain Members chain

Women linking girls to their potential through investment, advocacy, and networking.

Women linking girls to their potential.

Emily Andrews Deborah G. Brady Ann “Scottie” Bryan Laura Bunn Wendy Burden Cheryl Y. Burns Sandie Chapman Rebecca H. Christian Sandy Crumrine Alison T. DeCinti Kristal Diaz-Rojas Melanie Dubis Cindy B. Fink Leslie Flood Joanne Forbes Kacie Fore Linda P. Foreman Susan Garrity 14

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Kim Gold Jane Green Jenna Green Poonam Gupta Bonnie V. Hancock Donna Heffring Kristen Hess Emily K. Hill Lisa M.K. Jones Manju Karkare Cindy Kelley-Deaton Debra Z. Laughery Elaine Loyack Annette Moore Jennifer Osman Frances O’Sullivan Virginia Parker Tricia Phoenix

Tisha Powell-Wayne Barbara L. Putney Anne Wilkinson Rajagopalan Melissa M. Reed Marywalker Romanus Barbara Grant Schliebe Jodi R. Schwartz Barbara Pickard Sirvis Jasmine Smith Cathy Stipe Suzanne Stroud Margaret G. Teasley Whitney von Haam Carla Washinko Martha Webb Saundra Wall Williams Debi L. Willis Lori Winkelstein

Our Corporate and Foundation partners who made contributions of $25,000 or more

Frank K. Webb Charitable Trust | Robert P. Holding Foundation Gladys Marion Scholarship Endowment | Margaret Pickard Sirvis Fund Smith, Anderson, Blount, Dorsett, Mitchell & Jernigan, LLP Donations in Memory In Memory of Lucy Austin Patricia Wright Beverly Wyckoff In Memory of Millie Gossman Meder Anonymous In Memory of Judith L. Goodstone Gyan Gupta In Memory of Lawrence Hamilton Debi L. Willis

In Memory of Lois “Lofi” Hirschman Alicia Altmueller Patricia Blau Lisa Brachman Keith Garsson Lynne Kohn Diane Lade Brenda A. Lewis Nancy Luberoff Katrina Morrocco Jim Mueller Nancy Rosett Stuart Samuels Cynthia M. Sortisio Mark Weinstein

In Memory of Gloria Lawson Terrica Hay In Memory of Joyce Mitchell Linda P. Foreman In Memory of Francis Joseph Moore Katherine A. Koch In Memory of Margaret “Peggy” Pickard Sirvis Barbara P. Sirvis In Memory of Howard Wright Barbara Thomson In Memory of Anita Williams Cynthia M. Sortisio

Named Funds The following funds have been named to honor those who have generously contributed to Girl Scouts. Carrie Burton Endowment

Jane S. Barringer Fund

Gladys Marion Scholarship Endowment

Martha Webb Every Girl Everywhere Endowment

Misty Crabtree Eastham Endowment

Girl Scout Sustainers Donors who have committed to a recurring monthly credit card gift. Cheryl Y. Burns Rebecca L. Daniels Kristen Hess Lauren Irving

Elaine Loyack Matthew F. Markie Deborah Menius Dora Owens

Katie Pohlman Melissa M. Reed AnneMarie Sapko

Cynthia M. Sortisio Whitney von Haam Kathryn Wall

Vicki Watson Trisha Wilson Lori Winkelstein

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The following donors have made pledges, gifts of cash or in-kind of $250 or greater to Girl Scouts - North Carolina Coastal Pines from October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019.

Thank you for investing in girls who will change the world.

Multiyear commitments designated with a * Entries in green are donors who have made gifts for three consecutive years or more. ^ Deceased

Leadership Society: $100,000 and above BB&T Charitable Contributions* Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina

Robert P. Holding Foundation* Margaret Pickard Sirvis Fund*

Take Action Circle: $25,000 - $99,999 Capitol Broadcasting Company* CDB Duke Energy Foundation Gladys Marion Scholarship Endowment Smith, Anderson, Blount, Dorsett, Mitchell & Jernigan, LLP

United Way of Sampson County United Way of Onslow County* United Way of Wayne County* Frank K. Webb Charitable Trust*

Connect Circle: $10,000 - $24,999 Bank of America Paul J., Mary W.B., and Sallie H. Barringer Biogen Foundation Sandra Crumrine* Bob Schmitz and Amy Csorba Delta Dental of North Carolina* Jane and Robert Green Goodnight Educational Foundation Inc. Google Fiber Bonnie V. Hancock* Infosys Foundation

Lisa and Jeffery A.R. Jones* Jennifer and Brian Osman* Diane^ and Sander Pomper Tricia and Stuart Phoenix* United Way of Cumberland County United Way of the Greater Triangle* United Way Tar River Region* WakeMed* Wells Fargo Women for Women of Pitt County

Discover Circle: $5,000 - $9,999 Anonymous Ann “Scottie” and Bill Bryan* Wendy Burden* Chamblee Graphics Credit Suisse Citrix Cumberland Community Foundation, Inc. Melanie and Jeff Dubis* Fidelity Investments* Linda P. Foreman Joanne Forbes* 16

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Foundation for the CarolinasThe Cole Foundation Junior League of Fayetteville NC, Inc. Kristen Hess* Lois R. Hirschman Estate Ella Ann L. & Frank B. Holding Foundation Inc. Jackson & Sons John William Pope Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James H. Maynard North Carolina’s Electric Cooperatives Frances O’Sullivan*

Virginia Parker* Pee Dee Electric Publix Super Markets Charities Roanoke Valley United Way Barbara Grant Schliebe* Gladys Schutz Trust The Eddie and Jo Allison Smith Family Foundation Cathy Stipe* Suzanne Stroud* United Way of Scotland County United Way of Richmond County

Trefoil Club: $2,500 - $4,999

$1,000 - $2,499

Anonymous Emily and Bill Andrews* Harold H. Bate Foundation Inc. Deborah G. Brady* Cheryl Y. Burns* Carteret County Unrestricted Endowment Jeff and Paige Chandler Sandie M. and Jeffery Chapman Sr.* Rebecca H. Christian* Alison T. DeCinti* Kristal Diaz-Rojas* Kacie Fore* Cindy B. Fink* Leslie and Gordon Flood* Linda P. and John Foreman* Galloway Ridge Charitable Fund Susan Garrity and Jeff Basham* Kim Gold* Grady-White Boats Jenna Green* Gyan and Poonam Gupta* Donna and Peter Heffring Emily K. Hill and A. Miller Cochran* Debra Z. and Thomas Laughery* Elaine and John Loyack* Annette Moore* Pfizer Barbara L. Putney* W. Trent Ragland, Jr. Foundation Valerie M. Quiett Anne Wilkinson Rajagopalan* Melissa M. Reed* RTI International Jodi R. Schwartz* Barbara Pickard Sirvis* Margaret G. Teasley* Sonitrol of the Triangle State Employees Combined Campaign Union Baptist Church Whitney von Haam* Debi L. Willis* Lori Winkelstein*

Anonymous Bank of America Employee Giving Campaign Benevity Community Impact Fund Rose Paul Blackwell The Borden Fund, Inc. Carlson Family Foundation Amber Clark Fuquay Varina United Methodist Church Girl Scout Troop #1398 Granville County United Way Green County Fund Richard and Constance Guerin Charitable Fund Hoke County Unrestricted Endowment IBM Employee Campaign John Luther and Isabelle Gray McLean Trust Manju Karkare Cindy Kelley-Deaton Marsha Kitter Elaine and James Klapproth Lenior County Unrestricted Endowment M&F Bank Matthew F. Markie Moore County Unrestricted Endowment Fund The Moore Women - A Giving Circle Anne Parks Natalie Perkins Holden* Tisha Powell-Wayne Robeson County Unrestricted Endowment Mr. and Mrs. Mike Romanus, Sr. Rotary Club of Roxboro Jasmine Smith Lisa Conklin Strickland and Family Traveler’s Insurance United Way of Wilson County Employee Giving Campaign Mary Jo and Curtis Van Horne Wake Electric Care Foundation Carla Washinko and Deborah J. Larkin Frank and Sue Ann Westmeyer Wilmington Cape Fear Rotary Club The Women’s Club of Raleigh The Women’s Fund of North Carolina WRALFM - 101.5 FM

Gifts of all sizes make a difference. Thank you to our members and friends who gave through Operation Cookie Drop, Treats for Troops, Truist Frontsteam, Bright Funds, and by gifting their background check through Verified Volunteer. Girl Scouts - North Carolina Coastal Pines


$250-$999 Elisabeth Amend Elizabeth M. Amend Anonymous (4) Arthur J. Gallagher & Co AT&T Employee Giving Campaign Atlantic United Methodist Church David B. Auman Paige H. Barnett Beaufort County United Way Employee Giving Campaign Diana Bierlean Nancy Blair John P. Braun Nancy Briggs Heather Burns Cabot Creamery Cooperative Inc. Carolyn S. Carroll Dan and Jennifer Carter Family Combined Federal Campaign TASC Fund Tamula Coffey Cortney Cowan Crabtree Valley Mall Rebecca L. Daniels Laura Lee Davis Ryan Davis Duplin County Unrestricted Endowment Pam and Jeff Duncan Laura Fasano First Presbyterian Church Angelette Fox Rachel P. Frawley Girl Scouts of Eastern PA Girl Scout Troop #3292 Michelle Haislip Marcia Harrison Terrica Hay David and Patricia Hill Hoke County Service Unit Sarah Hoyt Lena Hyde Missy Inebnit Edward Jones JPMorgan Chase & Co. Employee Giving Campaign Rosemary Kenyon Kara Key Katherine A. Koch Barbara Ann Koch Lenoir County United Way Lenovo Employees Care Campaign Paula D. Lowe Mary Malaythong


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2018-2019 Family Partnership Campaign Service Areas Linda Marks Massage at Hand The Family Partnership Campaign provides Amy J. Mayer an opportunity for members, parents, and Cammy S. Mullen friends to give back to Girl Scouting. Mt. Olive Pickle Company, Inc. A special thanks to the Service Units, Nationwide Foundation Troops and families in the following areas Patricia Nolan for your generous contributions. Nancy and Charles S. Norwood Candice P. O’Beirne Areas: P&P Marine & Powersports Beaufort County, Area 60 Christin Phelps Brunswick County, Area 61 Piedmont Service Group Carteret County, Area 62 Patricia Pollitzer Chatham County, Area 21 Cheryl L. Porter Craven County, Area 64 Cassie Proper Cumberland County, Areas 33 and 36 Charles Reinhardt Duplin County, Area 65 Shellie Richardson Durham County, Areas 10 and 11 Rotary Club of Rockingham Charities Franklin County, Area 7 Seaside United Methodist Church Granville County, Area 2 AnneMarie Sapko Harnett County, Area 27 Jasmine Sanges Hoke County, Area 32 John F. and Wanda Schramm Johnston County, Area 25 Stacy Shelp Lee County, Area 28 Andrea Simpkins Lenoir County, Area 70 Angela Smith^ Moore County, Area 29 Cynthia M. Sortisio and Allison M. Bluj Nash County, Area 72 Southern Pines Rotary Club New Hanover County, Area 73 Onslow County, Area 75 Southport Rotary Club Orange County, Area 9 Mary Strassel Pender County, Area 77 Sunrise Kiwanis Club of Goldsboro Foundation Person County, Area 1 Catheryn Thomas Pitt County, Area 78 Shinica Thomas Richmond County, Area 40 Shannon Thornburg Robeson County, Area 42 Amy Thornton Sampson County, Area 39 Scotland County, Area 43 Meta Trombley Wake County, Areas 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, United Way of Chatham 20, 22, 23 County Employee Giving Campaign Wayne County, Area 79 United Way of Moore County Employee Giving Campaign Wilson County, Area 80 United Way of Pitt County Employee Giving Campaign A special thank you to the volunteers United Yacht Sales of the Carolinas Inc. and donors who provided incredible feedback that helped us rebrand Family Brooke Banson Vallely Partnership and launch Girl Scouts Give, Kristin and Joseph Vickery a new fundraising campaign and Walmart Foundation patch program! Warren County Unrestricted Endowment Vicki Watson Kathryn Wester We express our gratitude to all our friends who are building girls of courage, Whiteville Rotary Club confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. The preceding Tillie and Ron Wilkins lists contain the names of individual, corporate, and foundation partners who Charles T. Wilson, Jr. made financial contributions to Girl Scouts - North Carolina Coastal Pines Beverly Wyckoff from October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019. Although these lists have been prepared with care, we realize omissions may have occurred, and we offer our sincere apologies. Please contact our development office with any corrections so that we can update our records: 919-600-6315 or development@nccoastalpines.org.

Condensed Statement of Financial Position

Condensed Statement of Activities Year ended September 30, 2019

Year ended September 30, 2019 ASSETS Current Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents Accounts Receivable Pledges Receivable Inventory Prepaid Expenses Total Current Assets Other Assets Long-Term Pledges Receivable Net Property and Equipment Investments Total Other Assets TOTAL ASSETS

$4,148,188 73,209 700,090 358,353 120,295 $5,400,135

83,787 5,886,699 11,558,091 $17,528,577 $22,928,712

LIABILITIES Accrued Payroll $229,082 Accounts Payable 257,816 Deferred Revenue 81,933 Accrued Leave 220,356 Other short-term Liabilities 17,774 Total Liabilities $806,961 Net Assets Without donor restrictions 20,054,065 With Donor restrictions 2,067,686 Total Net Assets $22,121,751

PUBLIC SUPPORT & REVENUE Product Sales Program Contributions Program Fees Investment Income Retail Sales United Way Other

$7,223,963 1,626,099 1,058,146 353,751 344,515 164,357 122,146 $10,892,977

66.3% 14.9% 9.7% 3.3% 3.2% 1.5% 1.1% 100%


EXPENSES Program Services $9,820,883 Management & General 862,721 Fundraising 671,322 $11,354,926

86.5% 7.6% 5.9% 100%

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2018-2019 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



Directors Ann “Scottie� Bryan Sandra Crumrine Kristal Diaz-Rojas Melanie Dubis Kacie Fore Kim Gold Jane Green Kristen Hess Debra Z. Laughery Annette Moore

Girl Directors Virginia Parker Marywalker Romanus Jodi R. Schwartz Jasmine Smith Saundra Wall Williams Jenna Green (Board Development Committee Chair; Ex Officio Member with Vote)

Amanda Baright Gavrielle Fischer Natalie Gonzalez Tatiyanna Grizzle Loreta Quarmine Savannah Sinor