Girl Scouts Advocate on Behalf of Girls
Girl Scouts of the USA first established a Public Policy and Advocacy office in 1952. Since that time, GSUSA has worked to build strong relationships with Members of Congress, as well as with officials at the White House and federal departments and agencies. Through our advocacy efforts, we inform and educate key representatives of the government’s legislative and executive branches about issues important to girls and Girl Scouting and lobby for increased program resources.
Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland is proud to partner with our national organization to bring awareness and education to our communities on two important topics: