Girl Scouts have so many wow-worthy stories to share!
EVERYONE in Girl Scouting has a role in protecting our name, our image, and our brand.
Your actions, words, social media posts, recruitments, and events represent you, your service unit, your council, and the larger Girl Scout movement. Whether you’re talking about Girl Scouts with your friends, wearing a GS shirt in public, or sharing photos of your troop on Facebook, you are all walking talking representations of what it means to be a Girl Scout and what this organization is and does.
Here are some resources to help you connect with local media and share how Girl Scouts are taking action in the Hudson Valley.
Girl Scout Research Institute Research
When Do I need a Licensed Vendor for Merchandise?
When Can I Use a Non-Licensed Vendor for Merchandise?
SU or Troop Website
Creating Flyers / Handouts / Business Cards
Facebook and Other Social Media
How do I use the Council Logo / GS Logo?
What Font Should I use?
What About Colors?
What is the Best Way to Write About Girl Scouts?
Servicemarks and Trefoils for Your Use
Image Safety Guidelines
These resources are available to leaders, Service Unit Teams, and
current Girl Scouts in the Heart of the Hudson territory. All users
must be currently regsitered and in good standing with the council.
Failure to follow guidelines will limit permissions granted.
Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson reserves the right to update these policies on an on-going basis without prior notification.