Tag Archives: National Volunteer Week

A Proud Mama Hen

I’ve been a parent volunteer for the last three years, since my daughter joined Guiding as a Spark. I can tell you that Girl Guides has been a great experience for me personally. Watching the girls learning, laughing and growing … Continue reading

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Thank you x 74,340

Week in and week out, we know just how much our volunteers give to girls in Guiding. You contribute on so many levels – as Unit Guiders, Trainers and Advisers, Commissioners and Treasurers, and Trefoil Guild and Link members. Thank … Continue reading

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What’s next on your volunteering bucket list?

As you scroll through Guidepost, Twitter and Facebook, have you ever been intrigued by the national volunteer postings? If you’re like me, you might think to yourself, who can volunteer for a national position? Do you need many years of … Continue reading

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Guiding Girls Into Greatness (Part II)

Though National Volunteer Week comes to a close, the commitment of our Guiding Stars continues.  On Wednesday, we spoke to Guiding Stars Sheryl Johnson and Liane Paixao. Today, we meet Angela David and Kristyn Simmons, the other volunteers featured in … Continue reading

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Guiding Girls Into Greatness (Part 1)

April 10 – 16 is National Volunteer Week and Girl Guides of Canada (GGC) is celebrating the volunteers who make Guiding possible – our Guiding Stars. Today, meet Guiding Stars Sheryl Johnson and Liane Paixao, featured in our new Guiding Stars … Continue reading

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What is a Guiding Star?

…a luminary …an individual who advises and inspires others … a Girl Guide leader who nurtures girls into greatness A Guiding Star is all of these things and so much more. To celebrate National Volunteer Week (April 10 –16) and … Continue reading

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