skills areprojected togrowbymore
than20percent in thenext decade.
Unfortunately, girlsbegin to lose
confidenceand interest inscience
iswhyGirl Scouts is so important.
programs focusonservingat-risk and
underservedgirls gradesK through
5, largely inTitle I schools, because
every girl deserves thechance tobea
With this generous support fromthe
Cargill CaresCouncil,many girlswill
prepare for a successful future. Join
us in thankingCargill Cares as they
provideopportunities forGirl Scouts
inKansas to learnmoreabout STEM
careers, science, financial literacy,
healthy living, leadership, respect
andcompassion for others–all while
memories to last a lifetime
throughGirl Scout Journeys.
Girl Scoutsof KansasHeartland is
pleased toannounceagift of
$20,000 fromCargill Cares.
This fundingwill beused to
providedirect support to
thegirlsparticipating in the
Girl Scouting? Jobs that
Debbie Nece fromCargill Cares presents the check to Girl Scout representatives LizWorkman (CEO),
Amber Hendrix (Fund Development Strategy Director), and StacyWard Lattin (Wichita Regional Manager).