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Spring Adventure and Open House At Camp Kittamaqund has been canceled due to lack of interest.

The COMAR (Commonwealth Online Membership & Activity Registration) application is a Customer Relationship Management System that has been developed by GSUSA and councils specifically for Girl Scout use.  GSUSA is in the process of implementing COMAR applications in councils nationwide.  Members will benefit in many areas from this new upgrade, however one of most noticeable and immediate changes will be in our online registration process. COMAR is now available for members to use for new registration and re-newing registrations.

Click here for COMAR.

Click here to visit the COMAR Help Page for a COMAR Quick Reference as well as tutorial videos on how to use the new system.



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    Membership as a Girl Scout is granted to any girl grades k-12 or any adult who has done the following:

    Registered Girl Scouts receive priority placement in troops.  Please note that membership registration does not guarantee placement in a troop.  If you have questions about placement contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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    I Can't Wait to be a Girl Scout Volunteer!

    At Girl Scouts, we want every girl to be so excited about her future that she can hardly wait for it, because she knows she can achieve anything she sets her mind to. That feeling starts with one day, one meeting, or one role model that shows her she can accomplish more than she ever imagined. That role model is you. As a volunteer, you’ll introduce girls to new experiences that make every day feel like the best day ever. Because we want our girls to try everything they’ve ever dreamed, we let them have a say in what they’ll do next. But at every turn, you’ll be their cheerleader, guide, and mentor, helping them develop skills and confidence that will last long after the meeting is over. Imagine the smiles, the excitement, the memories you'll make—those are the moments you’ll share at Girl Scouts. Whether you can give a day, a few weeks, or the whole year, it all starts with you. Start today.


    Want to participate in exciting activities, throughout the school year, with a small group of girls? You'll share so much as the girls in your troop earn awards and badges, go on field trips, and learn from community leaders and experts on issues important to your community.


    Unplug from your everyday demands and explore the great outdoors with a group of like-minded girls. Share your passion and unique talents with tomorrow's outdoor enthusiasts.


    Volunteering with Girl Scouts is flexible enough to fit into a busy schedule. Share your hobbies; volunteering can be a short time commitment, based on your interest.  Many girls share your passion. Why not share your passions in a way that fits your schedule?


    You have many ways to volunteer; many ways to make an impact.  Come share your passion during half-day to three-day Girl Scout events.


    Explore the world while empowering girls to develop leadership skills and gain confidence.  Guide girls in planning, earning money, and preparing for local, national, and international trips. Take a group of girls traveling. Whether it’s across town or the world, the adventure will stay with you forever.


    Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia (GSCV) serves more than 16,000 girls and 5,700 adults in 30 counties and the cities of Emporia, Colonial Heights, Hopewell, Petersburg, Richmond, and Fredericksburg. GSCV is one of eight councils serving the state of Virginia. Membership is open to any adult female or male, who is committed to furthering the mission, goals and successes of Girl Scouts. Girl Scouts welcomes girls of all religions, nationalities, economic backgrounds, and abilities. All Adults, age 18 and older, can become members.


    Join Girl Scouts

    The Girl Scouts are open to all girls and adults who accept the Girl Scout Promise and Law and meet membership requirements.

    Anyone who meets or can meet membership requirements shall not be denied admission or access to the Girl Scout program because of race, color, ethnicity, creed, national origin, socioeconomic status or disability.

    The Girl Scout membership year is October 1 through September 30.The annual membership fee to be a member of Girl Scouts of the USA is $15. This includes accident insurance to cover participants in Girl Scout activities. For membership registration, please go to Forms & Resources for an Adult Membership Registration form. Lifetime membership is also available for adults. For more information, contact 1-800 4-SCOUT-4 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


    Be a Girl Scout Volunteer.

    What did you do today? As a Girl Scout volunteer, you'll have the opportunity to help girls build self-esteem and confidence. If you can't make a full year commitment or commit to a regular schedule, it's no problem. We offer flexible ways to participate.

    Since 1912, Girl Scouts has built girls of "courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place." Girl Scout volunteers are a diverse group of women and men whose expertise, skills, interests, and life experiences nurture each girl's individuality and leadership qualities.

    Whether you choose to work directly or indirectly with girls on a short-term or long-term basis, you will get all the instruction, guidance, and support you need. Please note that some positions do require a background check authorization.


    I'll help, but what are my options?

    Girl Scout Troops need a partnership of leaders and parents working together as a team. There are many opportunities to support Girl Scouting, including the following:

    • Act as assistant leader by helping plan/carryout troop meetings
    • Provide transportation
    • Research community service project options
    • Coordinate trips and outings
    • Chaperone trips and outings
    • Help with telephone calls, paperwork, and record keeping
    • Help write, type, or distribute monthly troop newsletter
    • Coordinate emails for the leader
    • Assist with Girl Scout badge or patch activities
    • Snack coordinator
    • Conduct the Annual Fund Campaign for our troop
    • Coordinate product sales for our troop (Nuts/Cookies)
    • Serve as a Booth Sale/Tailgate Coordinator for product sales
    • Attend Girl Scout Leader meetings (service unit meetings) and take notes for leader
    • Serve as first aider for our troop (certification required)
    • Care for younger children during meetings
    • Share skills, interests or hobbies – specific skills
    • Serve as the camp trained adult for the troop (GS certification required)
    • Serve as troop treasurer
    • Act as the troop's local emergency contact during trips
    • Serve as a troop reporter


    If you feel you can help in any of the ways above and are willing to volunteer your time, please e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information.


    Can't Wait!

    Girls in grades K-12 can't wait to be part of the largest organization for girls on the planet! At Girl Scouts, you never know what adventure await! You might explore the solar system, venture on a nature hike, become a weather watcher, write and star in a play, enjoy a scavenger hunt, or take an amazing trip. The most amazing part is you'll do it with other girls and caring adults who just might become your friends forever.


    So if you can't wait, Girl Scouts is here to inspire you to roll up your sleeves, help your community, earn badges and awards, and enjoy Girl Scout journeys, an exciting way to learn about leadership. Whatever your interest, Girl Scouts has it.


    Develop Leadership Skills

    Girls today believe that a leader is defined not only by the qualities and skills one has, but also by how those qualities and skills are used to make a difference in the world. In their own words, they want to be the type of leader who "stands up for his or her beliefs and values," and "tries to change the world for the better." Leadership is "knowing what you believe and putting it into action." As the world becomes more complex and uncertain, understanding how girls see leadership is crucial.


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    Can't wait to be a Girl Scout? We know exactly how you feel! Select an option below to get started! 


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    Membership as a Girl Scout is granted to any girl who:

    has made the Girl Scout Promise and accepted the Girl Scout Law.

    has paid annual membership dues, (Girl Scout membership year starts October 1 and ends September 30).

    meets applicable membership standards.

    Girl Scouting depends upon the generous support of individuals, corporations, foundations, civic organizations; anyone who has a stake or passion in the well -being and development of girls as they grow to assume their places as future leaders of tomorrow.


    Girl Scouting develops confidence and resilience in the young women of today by providing them with the tools to face challenges and make sound decisions. The community's generosity and support maintain Girl Scouting as one of America's most valued and trusted traditions.


    All contributions support Girl Scout programs, opportunities and events sponsored by the council. Please make a contribution to Girl Scouts. Your tax deductible donation is an investment in their future, which is your future. The Girl Scouts provide a variety of giving programs convenient to the varied interest of potential donors. Your contributions enable Every Girl Everywhere to have the opportunity to share in the positive and rewarding atmosphere of the Girl Scouts to grow courageous and strong.


    Donations can be made:

        By Mail
        Simply make a check and include the information outlining the purpose of the gift to:

      Director of Fund Development, Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia, P.O. Box 548, Mechanicsville, VA 23111. Gifts to Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia 501(c)(3) tax exempt organizations, are deductible to the extent allowable by tax laws.


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      About Us


      Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia,(GSCV) is one of 4 councils for the state of Virginia, and serves more than 12,000 girls and 5,700 adults in 30 counties and the cities of Emporia, Richmond, Hopewell, Colonial Heights, Fredericksburg, and Petersburg.


      Girl Scouts experience six different age levels which allow girls to progress in skills and activities together. Placement options give girls the chance to experience Girl Scouting in a variety of ways – including but not limited to, church, school, housing communities, and individually.

      ___ Adult Development and Training Events

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      ___ Board of Directors Meeting

      ___ Camps

      ___ Council Events

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