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Pampered Chef: Fundraiser Girl Scout Badges

  1. janezapchef

    janezapchef Veteran Member Gold Member

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    I'm not really sure where to post this. It is going to be a fundraiser, so, we'll start here. I just booked someone who wants to do a cooking show fundraiser with her daughter's Girl Scout troop and their parents/families. At the same time, she wants the girls to do something to work toward one of their badges. She said it will be a cadette badge, not a junior badge, and she'll have to research it a little to figure one out that works. Um, any ideas here? It's been a loooooooong time since I was a Girl Scout (at least, technically!). TIA!
     
    May 12, 2009
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  2. jenniwest04

    jenniwest04 Member

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    I only made it to Junior so I'm not sure of requirements...but I would see if you can contact the GS leader directly--she should know and it might be better than getting the info second hand.

    But that just gave me a thought of a service we could possibly provide :) I can see it more for Brownies as a parent/daughter type of thing! And a Try It badge earned!
     
    May 12, 2009
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  3. Maragib

    Maragib Member

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    It is actually against the girl scouts policy to participate in fundraisers like ours ( I used to work for the Girl Scouts) It can only really be done if you "donate" the money that they would have earned. GS Central: Insignia List: Girl Scout Cadettes/Seniors/Ambassadors here is a link to the page that shows what the girls this age an earn. Most of the requirements aren't listed online but you can usually borrow a book from the council, or possibly the library.
    You could focus on anything from food, business, even breast cancer awareness with HWC. Good luck. Mara
     
    May 13, 2009
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