Learn about the awards by reviewing the GSCTX Adult Recognitions Packet to see awards your candidate may be eligible for. You can also check out the GSCTX Decision Tree to get a better idea of which awards to narrow down based on volunteer position.
Small gestures go a long way. A card from the troop,
a handmade gift, or a photo keepsake are just some of many ideas
that can show thanks to someone. During routine meetings, or with a
note from the Service Unit Director, or Troop Leadership, volunteers
can be personally appreciated on a regular basis. Thank-you calls,
texts, or cards are also an excellent way of thanking a volunteer
any time. Strive to make showing appreciate not something your
Service Unit does occasionally, but often.
- It is important to also think of your community support team when planning recognitions. Organizations that support your troop in ways such as providing troop mentors or a location to hold meetings should be reminded of how important their support is towards the goal of developing the young women in the troop into the great leaders of tomorrow.