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Troop Leaders and Advisors are responsible for reviewing safety guidelines in Volunteer Essentials before they leave their meeting site. Even then, they continue to be the “Adult in Charge.” Knowledge of Girl Scout policies is not required to post or reply to offerings on the GSCB Pixie List. To learn more about how to use the GSCB Pixie List, take time to watch the Video Tutorial.

Please refrain from posting detailed personal information on the GSCB Pixie List, such as home addresses and phone numbers. When meeting new volunteers or exchanging materials, meet during the day in a public place. If you experience any suspicious behavior or abuse of the GSCB Pixie List, please report it to watchdog@cbgsc.org.

Adult Volunteer Available

Adults, 18 or over, can offer their time and talents in this category. Do you love knitting? Are you interested in sharing the world of astrophysics or chemistry with girls? Just want to lend a hand? Let us know where and when you are available!

Adult Volunteer Wanted

Make a request for the adult volunteer help you need. Are you celebrating world cultures through Thinking Day? Running a Zumba event? Looking for a scientific mind or mathematician? Ask for general or specific help or specify a date, time and task. The perfect person might be reading this right now!

Girl Volunteer Available

Girl Scouts of any grade level can offer their help in this category. Looking for Service Learning Hours? Offer your time or skills – the right opportunity awaits! Remember-under NO circumstances should Girl Scouts communicate or volunteer with an organization through the GSCB Pixie List before a Leader and/or parent verifies the safety of the opportunity, this includes exchanging personal information.

Girl Volunteer Wanted

Administrative volunteers and Girl Scout staff often need the assistance of a girl or two. Are you looking for a troop to sell lunch at your training event? Do you have a Brownie event and you want a Cadette troop interested in earning their Leader in Action patch? Post what you need here! Remember-under NO circumstances should Girl Scouts communicate or volunteer with an organization through the GSCB Pixie List before a Leader and/or parent verifies the safety of the opportunity, this includes exchanging personal information.

Materials Available

The general public can offer unused materials or supplies in this section. Girl Scouts can find a use for most anything! Do you have boxes of unused yarn? Are you overflowing with recycled products like soda bottles or egg cartons? Given up on your scrapbooking hobby? Post your materials in this section and make a troop smile!

Materials Wanted

Girl Scout volunteers and girls in need of supplies can post in this category. Need broken crayons for a craft project? Looking for fabric remnants for a sewing badge? Post your wish here; you never know who might have exactly what you need!

Pen Pals Available

Are you interested in becoming Pen Pals with another troop or Girl Scout or Girl Guide. Anyone interested in being a Pen Pal can let others know here. Remember, no exchange of personal information, just let others know where in the country or world you are and then you can get started after an adult screens the response!

Pen Pals Wanted

Do you want to be a Pen Pal with someone in the US or abroad? This category allows you to post your intentions. Remember, no exchange of personal information, just let others know where in the country or world you are and then you can get started after an adult screens the response!

Run by Girls

Girl Scout teens who are running Girl Scout events can advertise here! Whether offering to cook meals as a money-earning project or running a Brownie Badge Day, post your program, event or service here! Remember to submit your form 303-FM “Troop Money-Earning Activity Application” to your Service Unit and GSCB before posting!

Run by Vendors

In addition to our traditional ways to promote local companies and vendors (GSCB website, eNews and GSCB Program Guide) you may choose to promote your services in this category. If interested in traditional forms of promotion, contact JAcord@cbgsc.org . NOTE: Your submission may be removed by staff due to Girl Scout safety and activity guidelines. Certificates of insurance are needed for all High Adventure events listed below:

  • Amusement Parks
  • Archery
  • Biking
  • Boat Tours
  • Canoeing/Kayaking
  • Caving
  • Challenge Courses
  • Chartered Transportation
  • Dogsledding
  • Fencing
  • Hay Rides
  • Horseback Riding
  • Skating – ice/roller
  • Skiing/Snowboarding
  • Mountain Boarding
  • Sledding/Tubing
  • Rafting/Row Boating
  • Sailing
  • Scuba Diving/Snorkeling
  • Surfing
  • Swimming/Pools
  • Tubing – water
  • Waterskiing
  • Windsurfing

*This list is not comprehensive. There may be other activities that require a Certificate of Insurance. Please check the Safety Activity Guidelines.

Troop Space Available

Do you have room in your troop for additional girls? Are you willing to host girls from another council? Post general information (not physical addresses) about availability and level!

Program Space Available

Are there available spaces for a program you are hosting? Post general information about what you are looking for here!

Location Available

Is there a location that you know is available for meetings, program or events? Post general information (not physical addresses) here to share with others!

Location Wanted

Are you in need of a place to host a meeting, program or event? Look no further, post the needs and wants of the location required and see whether someone can help! Remember to just include general information about location/area you are looking to do the event.