Atlantis Casino Resort Spa - Paradise BallroomSaturday, April 27, 20139:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Attendees must submit a registration form by Monday, April 15, 2013.
Girl Scouts of the United States was started as a volunteer-run organization and to this day, we believe in maintaining those roots by making sure that our volunteers feel appreciated and supported. Here at the Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevada, we believe in creating a culture of appreciation – this means that volunteers are thanked anytime, by anyone. When volunteers know their time and energy are appreciated and that they are valued by Girl Scouts, they commit themselves to the organization. Volunteers are thanked at the national level (formal, national awards), the Council level (annual volunteer recognition event) and at the local level (special events and informal awards).
The key to successfully recognizing volunteers is:
For some great ideas, check out 100 Ways to Say Thank You.
If you are one of the committed volunteers who dedicates countless hours to help build girls of courage, confidence and character – Thank You!
If you want to recognize a special volunteer, who has gone above and beyond the call of duty, or just deserves a pat on the back, then take a few moments to review the Volunteer’s Guide to Adult Recognitions. It is helpful if you print this document and keep it with your other Girl Scout documents as a reference. In addition to some resources on how you can help create a culture of appreciation in Girl Scouts, you will find guidelines and nomination forms for the national adult awards.