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Guiding is the largest movement of girls and women in the world. It is a chance for girls to try new things and be adventurous with girls their own age. When a girl joins any branch of Girl Guides — from Sparks to Rangers — she will quickly discover Guiding is unique in the breadth of its focus, which ranges from leadership development to global awareness to environmental stewardship. Guiding offers the widest range of activities of any extracurricular program for girls or of any volunteer experience for women.
Our exciting programs enable girls to challenge themselves with the emotional safety that can only come from an all female environment. Every week girls meet to learn everything from camping to acting and all in the company of friends they can trust, and women they can look up to.
What We Do
In an all girl environment we meet in Units to explore girl’s interests and participate in our communities. Each branch of Guiding has specific programming and there are badges to recognize learning and accomplishments. Unit Guiders (leaders) provide activities and opportunities to camp, attend activities and events as well as build skills through Unit meetings. There are five branches of girl programming which are broken down by age. To find out more, select one of the links below:
Sparks (ages 5 and 6)
Brownies (ages 7 and 8)
Guides (ages 9 to 11)
Pathfinders (ages 12 to 14)
Rangers (ages 15 to 17)
Lones is an option for girls who are unable to attend regular meetings due to distance, health, studies or physical challenge.
How we keep girls safe
What girls wear
Girl Guides is a uniformed organization and girls can choose items from a range of practical, stylish and reasonably priced uniform pieces. Click here to access the online store. There are no physical store locations.