Girl Scout Founder’s Day | October 31
Tue Oct 31st

Girl Scout Founder's Day

Girl Scout founders and all the wonderful things Scouting has done for girls since its inception on October 31st. It honors the birth of Juliet Gordon Low, the founder.


For both girls, the day is special. It's a good time to consider who we want to be, let our imaginations run wild, and turn those aspirations into reality. We can truly transform ourselves into something new, bolder, and more daring than we ever imagined possible.

Girl Scouting in the United States of America began on March 12, 1912, when Juliette Gordon Low organized the first Girl Scout troop meeting. There were 18 girls attending the first troop meeting in Savannah, Georgia, on Saturday, Georgia. Juliette Gordon Low's daughters developed enrichment services, service projects, and outdoor adventures and adventures. Girl Scouts have increased to over 3.7 million members since the first meeting.

  • Girl Guides of America was the organization's first name. The Girl Guides of America was the organization's original name. The Girl Guides of America was the organization's original name
  • Nearly 70,000 people by 1920, with close to 70,000 by 1920
  • Over 200,000 people by 1930, with over 200,000 by 1930
  • Over 3.7 million people registered in 2005, out of over 3.7 million people
  • "Be Prepared" is the motto, according to the Motto, "Be Prepared"
  • "Do a Good Turn Daily" says Slogan, "Do a Good Turn Daily" is the word that comes to mind

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Juliette Gordon Low, also known as Daisy, was the founder of Girl Scouts of the United States and the Scouting Movement's founder, Robert Baden-Powell. Low founded a Girl Guide troop in Savannah, Georgia, in 1912, and the Girl Scouts became the Girl Scouts in 1915, with Low becoming the first president. She continued to be involved with the Girl Scouts until her death in 1927. The Girl Scouts' birthday, October 31, is commemorated as "Founder's Day" on Low's birthday, October 31, which is commemorated by the Girl Scouts.

Girl scout FAQ

What age do Girl Scouts start at? Q. What age does Girl Scouts start?

A. The Girl Scouts is a youth organization that offers activities for girls aged 5 to 18.

Q. What Girl Scouts are available in what sizes?

A. The Girls Scouts have six levels, including Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador.