Girl Guides Australia Mission is to empower girls and young women to grow into confident, self respecting, responsible community members.
We wish to acknowledge the generous support provided, without which we would not be able to run such a fantastic event as Sydney Jamboree 2018 for our youth members and international Guiding friends. See our Thank You page for list of donors.
Many of our youth members have been fundraising in their community to enable them to come, often long distances, to Sydney for an experience of a lifetime. Unfortunately not all eligible girls or volunteers are able to raise sufficient funds to be enable them to come. We would like to help by offsetting the cost of the event including activities to allow more girls to attend, help with the costs of our volunteers and to be able to thank our volunteers for their generous contribution.
How can you help?
Your donation will open up a world of adventure to girls who couldn’t otherwise afford to come, and ensure our volunteers are not discriminated against on the grounds of cost to help and travel to the event.
If you or your business can assist please contact Helen White, CEO Girl Guides NSW & ACT firstname.lastname@example.org
All supporters will be recognized on this website, at camp, newsletters and the GGA Annual report.
Who we are?
Girl Guides Australia is one of the largest not-for-profit organisations in Australia for girls and young women, providing dynamic and flexible leadership and personal skills development programs. The program has four key elements – physical, practical, people and self.
An environmental awareness along with Outdoor activities is an important part of the Girl Guide program, where girls challenge can themselves in the four key elements. This includes a camping program culminating in a week long International Girl Guide Jamboree held every three years somewhere in Australia for girls 10-17 years. In 2018, Girl Guides NSW & ACT will host Sydney Jamboree 2018 at Sydney Olympic Park.
Sydney Jamboree 2018 will be staffed by a volunteer workforce of approximately 220 women who take holidays and volunteer their time so that girls and young women from across rural, regional and metro areas can come together for a week of camping, outdoor adventures and cultural experiences.
Volunteers are at the heart of the organization, bringing a wealth of skills and knowledge to the roles they undertake. Volunteers work at all levels of its operations. The majority undertaking the Girl Guide Learning and Development program to enhance their personal and skills development. Our volunteers are amazing group of mainly women from across generations and from all walks of life.