Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa serves nearly 11,000 girls and 3,000 adults in 67 counties in Iowa, two counties in South Dakota, and one county in Nebraska.
At Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa, it is our mission to show girls that they have the power to have a positive effect on not just their community, but the world. With the support and essential leadership skills that Girl Scouting provides, girls are empowered to truly aim for the stars. Whether it means pursuing her dream of being the first female President, or starting her own animal shelter, if she dreams it, she can do it. And together, we can help her get there.
Our council is funded through grants, donations, bequests, program fees, product programs, investment income and endowments. For more information, view our 2014 Annual Report.