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Our Donors

Your generosity allows us to provide girl-led programs to girls, adult volunteers, and their communities, offering all girls, ages 5 - 17, the opportunity to lead like a Girl Scout.

To learn more about how you can invest in Girl Scouts, contact Emily Garvin.

 

Corporations, Foundations, and Civic Organizations

GSTOP programs are not possible without the support of our strategic partners and funders.

Daisy Senior
Fort Worth Texas Magazine Amon G. Carter Foundation
Gittings Atmos Energy
Lubbock Kiwanis Foundation, Inc. Community Foundation of West Texas
  Phillips 66 Borger
Brownie Cooke County United Way
Amarillo National Bank Frost Bank
BNSF Railway Company Gray-Pampa Foundation
Mutual of America Dr. Kent Roberts and Ilene Roberts Balliett Foundation
Palmer & Cay Josephine Anderson Charitable Trust
Fort Worth (TX) Chapter, The Links, Incorporated The Kimble Foundation Trust
Post Family Dentistry  
Lubbock National Bank Ambassador
Sewell Automotive Company Don & Sybil Harrington Foundation
Garney Construction Downtown Amarillo Kiwanis Club
Texas Tech College of Media & Communcation David D. & Nona S. Payne Foundation
  Pantex
Junior Ware Foundation
Ben E. Keith Foods Xcel Energy Foundation
Clements Gear Management Company Communities Foundation of Texas
Covenant Children's Hospital  
Fash Foundation Gold
Garvey Texas Foundation, Inc. Facebook Fort Worth Data Center
Happy State Bank M.K. Brown Foundation, Inc.
Junior League of Fort Worth Brumley Foundation, Inc.
Moritz Chevrolet Ella C. McFadden Charitable Trust at North Texas Community Foundation
Mouser Electronics Amarillo Area Foundation
Quicktrip Corporation CH Foundation
Street Toyota Thomas M., Helen McKee & John P. Ryan Foundation
Tulsa Community Foundation Mary E. Bivins Foundation
HDS Foundation Helen Jones Foundation, Inc.
Ken W. Davis Foundation  

United Way Partners

Like our United Way partners, we believe that the way to improve lives is by mobilizing the caring power of communities. Through our partnership with the United Ways listed below, Girl Scouts empowers our membership by educating youth (the Girl Scout Leadership Experience), promoting financial stability (primarily by teaching girls five essential business skills in the cookie sale), and teaching girls about healthy living.