NONPROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID ST. LOUIS, MO PERMIT No. 1875
girt Kouts'); of eastern missouri
2300 Ball Dr. St. Louis, MO 63146-8604 314.592.2300 800.727.GIRL (4475)
Proud member of Thank you to the corporate and foundation donors that help make Girl Scouting possible in eastern Missouri. The following corporations and foundations made gifts of $10,000 or more between January 1, 2019 and December 31, 2019: AT&T, Ameren Corporation Charitable Trust, N i Anonymous, Bank of America, Bayer Fund, BJC HealthCare, Centene Charitable Foundation, Clifford Willard Gaylord Foundation, Cigna, Dana Brown 1 • Ml Charitable Trust, Delta Dental of Missouri, Edward Chase Garvey Memorial Foundation, Edward Jones, Emerson, Envolve, E. Reuben and Gladys Flora Grant Charitable Trust, Fox Family Foundation, Franklin County Area UnitedWay, George H. Reidel Foundation, lnterco Charitable Trust, Jefferson Foundation, Leo R. Buder Charitable Trust, Lutheran Foundation of St. Louis, MilleporeSigma, PNC Bank, Saint Louis Mental Health Board, Spire, Inc., Tom W. Bennett Trust, Trio Foundation of St. Louis, UnitedWay of Greater St. Louis, U.S. Bank Foundation,Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC as well as members and friends of Girl Scouts.
Camp isn't just for girls-we need adult staff and volunteers, too. camp staff are singers of songs, teachers of new skills, healers of scraped knees, builders of community and the ultimate facilitators of fun. If you are looking for a Wc!1f to add some excitement into your summer, a job or volunteer position at Girl Scout Camp may be just the opportunity you were waiting for! Day camp: Join Gir l Scouts as we explore the outdoors, create crafts and meet new people. Led by an amazing volunteer team, there are opportunities to help at any of the Day Camps located across eastern Missouri. Enrollment at each Day Camp is determined by the number of volunteers available, so please be a part of the fun! Visit girlscoutsem.org/daycamp for more information. Resident Camp: Want to make a difference this summer for area girls? Consider joining the Resident Camp staff team! Girl Scouts needs caring, compassionate, energetic and responsible individuals to lead programs and care for campers. Unit leaders, lifeguards, program specialists, wranglers and health staff are all needed to make camp a success. Visit girlscoutsem.org/employment for more information.
For questions about camp employment opportunities, please contact the Answer Center at 314.400.4600 or email@example.com.
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