Throughout the year, many organizations from Hillsborough reach out to our Service Unit to request the assistance of our Girl Scouts. This year we have been asked to help with many community activities and events. Here are just a few: United Way Tools for Schools, Baking for Safe & Sound Client Holiday Party, cooking for SHIP, Halloween parties, Christmas caroling, clothing and food drives, Operation Shoebox, birthday bags for CAN and Earth Day Stream Clean-up.
Girl Scouts who have volunteered at 5 or more of the SU 72 offered activities can receive the SU 72 Community Service Award and patch at our Annual Awards Ceremony on . If your daughter is a currently registered Girl Scout and eligible for this award, please complete
Check out the form to see all the activities and events listed. If you do not see an activity/event listed in which your daughter participated, please check "other" and type in the event. ALL level Girl Scouts can earn this award.
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Compassionate Care Hospice is working with bereaved families to support children and their families who are facing a loss. Founded in 1993, we are community based organization committed to providing the highest quality of hospice care to patients and their families.
Our goal is to to support these families showing the love and compassion they need. We are looking forward to collaborate with the girls scout leaders and the team to make a "Healing Heart" project.
We will provide the supplies to run this project:
1. Red felt fabric to make the heart
2. Sewing needles
5. A note
Our volunteer coordinator will work with girls scout leader to coordinate this project. Please contact Jessicalee Huggins directly at email@example.com
Girl Scouts of Hillsborough supports SHIP each year with our annual food drive in February. This food drive supports SHIP’s mobile soup kitchen. For those that aren't aware, SHIP is located in nearby Somerville, NJ. From their website:
Monday and Wednesday Evenings as well as Saturday and Sundays after 1 p.m. 2-3 hours of volunteer time. Schedule your time on a first come, first serve basis with 2-4 volunteers at a time sorting at the warehouse.
Great Troop opportunity - contact Tracie Zebro at Tlzebro21@aol.com
The Director of Activities at Foothil Acres has sent in a request for any troops that would be interested in visiting and playing Bingo with the residents. This can be done on a regular basis, once in a while or just once or twice. Intergenerational activities are a wonderful way to provide community service to earn hours towards Heart of Service as well as doing something nice for someone!
Any troop interested should contact Caitlyn Campbell (Director of Activities at Foothill Acres) at (908) 369-8711 X5243.
Please copy Erica Lenzo (firstname.lastname@example.org) or send her a note to let her know that you are participating. Please send the troop number along with the girls names.