"As we continue to be challenged with the social and economic impact of COVID-19, the injustices and resulting outrage across our nation reminds us that there is another virus which has too long ravaged people of color in our country ~ racism. We reel at the tragic deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, and are shocked at the deplorable behavior of Amy Cooper. We feel angry, saddened, frustrated, scared."Continue >
Red Carpet Event begins at 6:00 PM, join in with other Service Unit Team members from across GSCSNJ for this once a year event.
For Service Unit Team Members only. Registration closes on August 14, 2020.Continue >
Curbside Pick-Up is now available at all three Juliette's Closet Shop locations until further notice! Email your order to the shop location you would like to pick-up from and the GSCSNJ Retail Staff will contact you to schedule your pick-up for a Tuesday or Thursday!Continue >
21 Jul 2020
The name of my project is “Not All In My Head,” and its purpose is to spread awareness on the importance of mental health through my blog notallinmyhead.com, which features positive coping mechanisms and personal experiences geared towards teens for managing anxiety and depression.
23 Jun 2020
My Girl Scout Gold Award project, “Say Cheese!” taught children, ages 3-8, about oral health. Dental hygiene is not as emphasized in the school community as general hygiene is, leaving students more susceptible to oral diseases. With my project, I aimed to raise awareness to young children in rural India as well as in the United States about the importance of proper dental hygiene to keep themselves healthy.
19 Jun 2020
Activities that teach the history of Juneteenth, acknowledging the hard history while also empowering Girl Scouts to be advocates for change.
17 Jun 2020
GSCSNJ will recognize and amplify the importance of Juneteenth each year through education and advocacy and we will recognize the date as a Council holiday. Therefore, GSCSNJ will be closed this Friday - June 19, 2020.
02 Jun 2020
This is a hard time. Just as we begin to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, another "virus" arises and attacks. Racism. As we reel from the tragic death of George Floyd and deplorable behavior of Amy Cooper, we see how the lives of African American men, women, and children are fundamentally different from their white neighbors, colleagues, and friends in this country. We feel angry, saddened, shocked, scared.