In accordance with Girl Scouts of the USA, Girl Scouts are not allowed to solicit donations of money (including cash, checks, digital currency, or gift cards), or raise funds for or on behalf of other organizations.
- In compliance with Girl Scouts of the USA policies regarding solicitation, fundraising, and endorsements, Girl Scouts are not allowed in official Girl Scout capacity (wearing uniform, sash, vest, pins, etc.) to raise funds on behalf of another organization, including as part of a Silver and Gold Award or other Take Action project.
- Fundraising for another organization includes but is not limited to walkathons, telethons, donation collecting activities like holiday bell ringing, or any other fundraising that directly benefits another organization.
- See policy: Donation Solicitation & Acceptance
- Girl Scouts are allowed to collect in-kind donations for or on behalf of another organization such as coordinating food, clothing, or toy drives.
- Girl Scouts are allowed to volunteer for other organizations as community service and support them through Take Action projects.
- A troop, Juliette Girl Scout, individual girl working toward her Silver and Gold Award, or other Girl Scout group may decide together to contribute a portion of their Girl Scout funds to organizations or projects they are passionate about, align with the Girl Scout Promise and Law, and that they consider worthwhile.
- See also: Money-Earning and Donation Solicitation & Acceptance policies