Find Community Service Projects with the Organizations That Help Guide: Girl Scouts of all ages participate in community service and take action projects to create sustainable change. Looking for ways to help? View the Organizations That Help Guide for a listing of organizations that address community needs.
Field Trips, Community Service, & Take Action
Field Trip Resource Guides
Current Field Trip and Program Provider opportunities are listed below in alphabetical order. Letters in parentheses indicate Girl Scout Level where applicable. Click on the provider to learn more.
Download the Multi Level Field
Trip Resource Guide as a printable PDF.
Downloads the Level Field Trip Resources
Get these newly updated Field Trip Resources for each grade level. Print these out for reference.
We are proud to work with local organizations and businesses that welcome individual Girl Scouts, troops, and groups for field trips and events. Reach out to these venues directly to learn more about available programs and pricing.
Does your organization or business have an opportunity for Girl Scouts? We would love to learn more! Contact Us to apply to be a Program Provider!
GSOC Year of Service Monthly Community Service
GSOC Year of Service monthly community service opportunities are designed for you & your family to make the world a better place, from your home to your community, because community service is what Girl Scouts do. No matter what.
Search "Year of Service" to find current
Search "GSOC Year of Service" to find current monthly flyers for events.
GSOC Inchworm of Service Patch Program
A patch program for girls of all age levels. The GSOC Inchworm of Service is a tool for encouraging girls to help others when help is needed and to provide service throughout their Girl Scouting experience. How to Earn a Patch.
Purchase your GSOC Inchworm of Service Patch on our Shop.
Girl Scout Community
Levels: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador
Community Service Bars for older Girl Scouts are available for purchase online in the Girl Scout shop.
Community Service Bars on our Shop.
GSOC Kindness Rocks! Fun Patch
What is a KINDNESS ROCK? It is a simple message, hand painted on a rock, left to brighten someone’s day. Girl Scouts are invited to paint kindness rocks for the GSOC Kindness Rocks! Garden at Girl Scouts of Orange County headquarters in Irvine! Help fill our new garden by painting kindness rocks to share!
Hear how Gold Award Girl Scout, Brenna Dillon, served our community and earned her Girl Scout Gold Award with her Kindness Rocks project: The Rocks of Courageous Kids (R.O.C.K.) Garden at Nexus Children's Hospital.
NEW! Purchase the GSOC Kindness Rocks patch in the GSOC Shop
Understanding Community Service Projects and Take Action Projects: Review this flyer for information on the differences between community service and Take Action projects. Plus, discover steps to help guide Girl Scouts in building their projects and activities.
What is the difference between Community Service and Take Action?
Looking for High Adventure Opportunities? View the High Adventure Activity Guidelines for more information about these special outdoor opportunties for Girl Scouts--including the approved High Adventure Company List and Application.