Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, serves nearly 47,000 girl members in grades K–12 in partnership with nearly 24,000 adult volunteer members throughout the diverse communities of Los Angeles County and parts of Kern, San Bernardino, and Ventura counties (6,272 square miles!) As the largest girl leadership development organization in Southern California, GSGLA engages girls in grades K–12 through programs in Life Skills, Entrepreneurship, Outdoor, and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math).
GSGLA at-a-glance: 2018 Achievements
17,100 girls from underrepresented areas served
151 new troops formed in underserved and low-income communities.
177,700+ points of service delivered
Girls practiced the four program pillars – entrepreneurship, STEM, outdoors, and life skills – through council, service unit, and troop activities.
5.6 million Girl Scout Cookie packages sold
29,000+ goal-getters mastered the five essential skills as cookie entrepreneurs, driving the most successful sale in the nation ever.
8,000 STEM innovators inspired
Rocketry, robotics, coding, oh my!
10,600+ camp adventures conquered
Girls mastered high and low ropes courses, rock climbing, zip lining, hiking, archery, kayaking, and more.
291 Gold Awards earned
GSGLA boats the largest Gold Award Girl Scout class in the nation.