Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana, Inc. | Who We Are | To Get Her There


Chief of policeToGetHerThere  is rallying the nation around the cause of creating and supporting an environmentin which girls can develop their leadership potential and grow into successful adults who make the world a better place. Financial support from friends in the community provides the funds GSSI needs to offer leadership experiences that can help ensure the future success of girls in GSSI's 11-county jurisdiction in southwest Indiana.

Here are some things a gift from you makes possible for girls in GSSI:

  • Leadership Development opportunities for all girls in our 11-county jurisdiction who want to participate.
  • Programs/Activities for girls in the critical areas of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), financial literacy, leadership, and healthy living.
  • Year-round Girl Scout program delivery in five different Pathways in which girls can participate--troops/group, events, camp, series, and travel. 
  • Training for adult volunteers that ensures the safe, effective delivery of Girl Scout programs.

Click on the following link to donate online:
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Click on the following link for a printable donation form:
Printable Donation Form

Mail to:
Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana
223 N.W. Second Street
Evansville, IN 47708
Fax to: (812) 421-4980 
ATTN: Fund Development Department

For more information: contact the Chief Development Officer at (812) 421-4970 ext 326 or at