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Two Girl Scouts from Troop 1573 with Volunteer Services Director Jaclyn Sharp

Girl Scouts for All

Every Girl Deserves the Opportunity to Be a Girl Scout

Girl Scouts for All provides support, resources, and advocacy for girls with differing abilities, their troop leaders, and families. No matter what challenges a girl may face, she is welcome to join the Girl Scout sisterhood!

Girl Scout Game Changers—we need you!

We have a lot of exciting goals and could use your help getting there! Do you have a girl who would like to make a video or written resource on helping or welcoming those with differing abilities into Girl Scouting? Do you have a troop that would like to do a community service project by making kits of badge work, arts and crafts projects, or other fun activities for our specialized troops? Join us! 

Contact us for information on ways you can contribute.

Girl Scouts for All Patch Program Series
Girl Scouts For All patch

Learn more about what it's really like to live with differing abilities – and how to support girls with differing abilities in your troop – in this new patch program!

Patches are available in the GSCTX shop!

Troop Leader Resources

Learn how you can welcome girls with differing abilities into your troop – and connect with other leaders who are doing the same.

Girl Scouts for All Apparel


Show your support for accessibility in Girl Scouts by nabbing one of our cool GSFA t-shirts – now available in the GSCTX shop!

Teal Pumpkin Project
Teal Pumpkin Project!

The Teal Pumpkin Project is a food allergy awareness campaign from FARE (Food Allergy Research and Education) to promote inclusion of all trick-or-treaters during Halloween season. 

Food Allergy Awareness
Food Allergy Stickers

Riley Miller of Troop 608 created these awesome food allergy awareness stickers as a resource for all her sister Girl Scouts, as part of her Silver Award! Watch a short video about eight common food allergies. Instructions on how to use the stickers are provided under Food Allergy Sticker Information. See the sticker templates, listed by allergy, below:

Food Allergy Sticker Information

These stickers promote food allergy awareness. When someone sees your sticker, you inform or remind them of your food allergy. Place the sticker on an object you carry around with you frequently. Examples are phones and notebooks.

Steps to use the stickers:

  • Download and open the sticker sheet (PDF file).
  • Buy 8.5’’ by 11’’ sticker project paper. You can buy this paper at local office supply stores. There is both white and clear sticker paper. White works better on darker objects.
  • Load sticker paper into printer. Print.
  • Trace small circles around each sticker.
  • Cut the stickers out.
  • Peel off back of sticker and place on desired object.
Food Allergy Lesson Plan

How can you use these tools and video to teach your troop about food allergies? Riley Miller created a lesson plan for her Gold Award project to help educate others about food allergens and how to be understanding of friends with allergies.

Children's Book

Be aware about food allergies and learn how you can be a friend to all. This book shows how to be understanding of classmates with food allergies.


Looking for more ways to get involved with Girl Scouts? Contact us.