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Adult Recognitions and Awards

We have amazing, out-of-this-world volunteers serving girls across our 41 counties. Because of you, our girls reach for the stars and learn that being a Girl Scout is awesome. To recognize this dedication and service, there are several ways parents, girls, and fellow volunteers can say thank you!


ENCORE! GS-NCCP’s Peer Appreciation Program

Surprise a fellow Girl Scout volunteer with our online ENCORE! recognition program! Send a High Five, Fist Bump, or Pat on the Back to cheer on your peers and recognize a job well done!


Volunteer Spotlight

Shine the spotlight on a Girl Scout volunteer! Email our Volunteer Services team with a volunteer who deserves to be recognized and we'll do the rest! Volunteer Spotlights are featured on our social media channels and are a fantastic way to publicly applaud volunteers who are making a difference in the lives of our girl and adult members. 


Honor Your Troop Leader

Behind every Girl Scout is a great Girl Scout Leader! Show your appreciation for adult leadership and invest in girls by making a donation in your troop leader’s name! Your contribution will go towards building girls of courage, confidence, and character. Your honoree will be notified of your gift via a personalized card from the council.


Council Awards and Recognitions

Council level adult awards and recognitions honor our volunteers for their outstanding service and contributions to our council, girls, and the entire Girl Scout Movement. Nominating a volunteer is easy with our Council Level Adult Awards and Recognitions Guide and our nomination forms below. 

Council nominations and endorsements for 2017-2018 are closed.

Have questions or need more information? Join one of our council-level adult awards and recognitions webinars.


Girl Scouts-North Carolina Coastal Pines Hall of Fame

There is no way to completely express our thanks and appreciation to our many amazing volunteers who serve to make the Girl Scout experience possible, which is why we are recognizing them in our Council Hall of Fame, a listing of our distinguished honorees since 2008.