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Last Updated January 2017 - still current

A 16-page study with seven key findings:

La Canada Service Unit Survey
Leader meetings 2021-22

updated 1/13/2022

Thursday nights 
7 to 8 p.m.
ZOOM Meeting for January

January 20

February 17

March 24

April 28

Notify the Service Unit Managers the SUNDAY before the meeting to be put on the agenda.


Opportunity Catalog Now Live!
An easier way for girls to join Girl Scouts
(for additional information and resources)

January 2022 GSGLA Training

  • Live Webinar Trainings:
    Domestic Troop Travel - 1/18
    Camping Skills, Session 2 - 1/19
    Camping Skills, Session 1 - 1/25
  • In-Person:
    Camping Skills In-Person Workshop, 1/22

    To register: Check out the Events Calendar

G.I.R.L. Fund gifts fuel Girl Scouts’ staying power in Greater Los Angeles. By making a yearly gift to the G.I.R.L. Fund, you’re helping GSGLA empower young women to become future leaders! GSGLA invests $467* (per girl, per year) to provide the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Product sales, retail, and program fees bring in $418* (per girl, per year). That leaves a gap of $49 per girl. G.I.R.L. Fund gifts allow GSGLA to close this gap and provide the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to every girl. Plus, 100% of all donations stay within our council!
*Based on council’s operating budget to support 43,000 girls and 24,000 adult members.

Why is it important? Consistent giving allows GSGLA to confidently plan ahead for future initiatives for girls.

G.I.R.L. Fund donors get to choose where their money goes. And there are lots of incredible areas at GSGLA that need support! Give to the G.I.R.L. Fund and designate your gift to the area that is closest to your heart, like these!

As a thank you for gifts $25+, you receive the G.I.R.L. Fund patch — perfect for anyone who believes in EVERY G.I.R.L. (Go-Getter, Innovator, Risk Taker, Leader).


All the special event and money earning forms you'll need (click on the flyer below to download):

VTK University

And GSGLA's blog post on the matter (10/11/17):

Troop Unity

Click here for a quick questionnaire to help your service unit find out more about your Girl Scout Troop(s) to better serve you in the future!

It happens to the best troops even though 
we're all the Mary Poppins of leaders, right? 
Cliques, girls feeling left out, etc. 

Sometimes we need to bring our girls and parents together as a troop and remind ourselves of why we joined Girl Scouts in the first place, to learn to be a sister to every Girl Scout. Click here and here for fun ideas to try and break down those walls!

Fun Troop Ideas
Click on images for directions:
Want to know more about the Girl Scout Difference?​

A two-pager with talking points:

The Resource for Leaders & Scouts

La Canada Flintridge

Girl Scouts

The goal is for every Daisy-Junior troop to have 12 girls,

and every Cadette-Ambassador troop to have 10 girls.

If you are unable to take more girls into your troop at this time but are currently less than the recommended minimum shown above, complete the Opt Out Request eForm at the link below: