Girl Scouts has a robust brand and identity—it’s important for all volunteers to represent the Girl Scout brand consistently and appropriately. This article is for any volunteer who is creating promotional or communicative resources.
Brand and Communications Downloads
See our Style Guide and Brand Resources for Volunteers to download Girl Scouts River Valleys style guide, photo permission forms, Girl Scout logos, trefoil images, social media profiles images, and Girl Scout powerpoint templates.
We have more communications resources in the works, like press and media toolkits, but in the meantime, if there is anything we can provide in regards to branding and communications, contact us.
G.I.R.L. (Go–getter, Innovator, Risk–taker, Leader)™ is the essence of the Girl Scout brand!
Share Your Story
We love to hear stories from our Girl Scouts and volunteers! Let us know what Girl Scouts are doing in your area, meaningful experiences earning awards, and other stories or adventures girls or volunteers in your area have had with Girl Scouting. We may feature your stories on our blog, social media, or other publications. Share your story!
Summary of Resources
- Style Guide and Brand Resources for Volunteers – Download Girl Scouts River Valleys brand and communications guides and materials.
- Photo Release Form & Photo Release Guidelines – Download and return this form to give permission for girls’ photos to be used for the promotion of Girl Scouts through communication mediums.
- GirlScoutsRV.org/Lead-Like-a-Girl-Scout – Learn about the G.I.R.L. brand essence from Girl Scouts of the USA.
- Share Your Story – Use this online form to let us know about Girl Scouts in your area.