One of the many things we know and appreciate about our Girl Scout members is this: if someone is in need of assistance, help, or support, our girls and volunteers are always the first to take the lead in reaching out. From donated item drives to letter writing campaigns to volunteer efforts, the Girl Scout community is out in full force helping storm victims and their families.
The thoughtfulness and determination of our Girl Scouts to help those impacted by Hurricane Matthew is inspiring and incredibly moving. Thank you to all who have reached out with suggestions and contributed to the relief efforts needed across our state.
However, we know that the efforts to recover and rebuild are just beginning, and we can and will do more. Below are a few relief efforts our girl and adult members can take part in to help those impacted by the storm.
Hygiene and Everyday Item Drive
Due to Hurricane Matthew, many families are without basic necessities such as toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, and toilet paper. To assist, the council will be collecting donations of everyday items that will be distributed to those in need by local organizations on the ground serving impacted areas. All four of our service centers (Fayetteville, Goldsboro, Raleigh, and Wilmington) will serve as drop-off sites through November 11. See our ...