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One member, one vote
GSGLA is governed by our membership. Any individual 14 years of age and older who is a member of the Girl Scout movement and who is currently registered through the council is a voting member of Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles.
GSGLA Board of Directors
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Board Meeting Summary Reports
Click here to view the Board Meeting Summary Reports.
Click here to view the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles bylaws.
Bylaws are used to define the structure and organization of a nonprofit corporation and are the rules adopted by an organization for the governance of its members and the regulation of its affairs. GSGLA’s voting membership consists of any individual 14 years of age and over who is a member of the Girl Scout Movement and who is currently registered through the council, including staff of the council.
GSGLA’s Bylaws were originally developed by the Council Realignment Committee in September 2008. In 2013, GSGLA went through a comprehensive Bylaws Revisions process. The revised Bylaws were approved by the GSGLA voting membership at the April 13, 2013 Annual Meeting. Click here to view a copy of the Amended and Restated Bylaws of the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles.
2014 Annual Report
What is GSGLA doing to provide more opportunities for girls? Throughout the past year, GSGLA has: developed relationships with companies that are providing opportunities for girls; created easier ways of becoming a volunteer; expanded our membership in communities throughout greater Los Angeles, providing a variety of pathways for girls to become members; and more! Find out details in our 2014 Annual Report.
Audited Financial Statements
Click here to download the Audited Financial Statements as of September 30, 2014.
Form 990, Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax, is the IRS's primary tool for gathering information about tax-exempt organizations, for educating organizations about tax law requirements, and for promoting compliance with tax law. To request a copy of the GSGLA Form 990, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and include the purpose of the request as well as your full name and contact information.
Strategic Plan 2010-2015
This inaugural strategic plan represents the ideas and priorities expressed by our membership: the 25,000 adults and 40,000 girls we serve. Click here to download.