juliette gordon low society

juliette gordon low society



Remember Girl Scouts…

Remember camping...  friendships... your leader... your accomplishments.

Now take a moment to reflect on how Girl Scouts helped you get where you are.

Take action in remembering Girl Scouts with a legacy gift.

Remember Girl Scouts in your will, bequest, or estate plans and build a future for girls.

Your thoughtful and generous financial gift will help support and sustain Girl Scouting and will extend your involvement with the Movement beyond your lifetime.

With your help, we can…

  • Recruit and train more quality volunteers
  • Positively impact the lives of all girls
  • Strengthen their future by building their leadership skills

Becoming a Member

Please contact Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida for more information about becoming a member of the Juliette Gordon Low Society or to inform us of your plans to help ensure the legacy of Girl Scouting by providing a gift to Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida in your estate plans. Such gifts can include naming Girl Scouts as a beneficiary of a:

• Will
• Retirement Plan
• Living Trust
• Donor Advised Fund
• Life Insurance Policy
• Charitable Remainder Trust
• Charitable Lead Trust
• Remainder Gift of Real Estate
• Any other gift that benefits Girl Scouts in the future

Benefits of Membership

As a Juliette Gordon Low Society member, you will be invited to attend special recognition and educational events.  Other benefits include a subscription to the Society newsletter, listing as a Society member in select Girl Scout publications, and a special membership lapel pin.


Dianne Belk and Lawrence Calder

“My husband and I hope that others will join us in the Juliette Gordon Low Society as donors to this vital and demonstrably effective organization. And when they do, we encourage them to tell the council or Girl Scouts of the USA about their intent so they can be recognized and help spread the word about the power of planned giving.”


Juliette Gordon Low In March of 1912, Juliette Gordon Low gathered 18 girls in Savannah, GA to begin Girl Scouts. Since then, Girl Scouts has grown to be the largest organization serving girls in the United States—more than three million strong. Juliette’s outstanding leadership was matched by her stewardship. She converted the carriage house of her home into the first Girl Scout national headquarters, and she gifted the property to Girl Scouts in her will. Juliette’s bequest was the beginning of planned giving to Girl Scouts. In her memory, and on the occasion of our 100th anniversary, we established the national Juliette Gordon Low Society to thank and honor friends of Girl Scouting who, like Juliette, choose to make Girl Scouts part of their legacy and a beneficiary of their estate.