The first planned gift in the Girl Scout Movement came from our founder, Juliette Gordon Low. After converting the carriage house of her home into the first Girl Scout national headquarters, she gifted the property to Girl Scouts in her will. Carry on her legacy and make Girl Scouts a beneficiary of your estate plans when you become a member of the Juliette Gordon Low Society.
Invest in future generations of girls by making a planned gift to the Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland.
Planning an estate gift to Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland ensures your legacy as a champion of girl ambition. Because most planned gifts are given after a lifetime, your current lifestyle isn’t affected. The most popular gifts – beneficiary designations or including Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland in a will – can be made by signing a form or adding a sentence to a will.
To design a gift that benefits the people and organizations you care about most, we recommend you obtain the professional counsel of an attorney who specializes in estate planning. We can work with your advisors to help you plan for tomorrow and receive maximum benefits today. Additional resources, including free will and trust preparation, can be found here.
A Tribute or Memorial gift is a lasting way to honor the people who have touched your life. Consider Girl Scouts today.
Tributes are contributions made to the council in honor of a birthday, an anniversary, graduation, Bronze, Silver or Gold Award, or other special occasion. Memorials are contributions made to remember a loved one. For both, we will send acknowledgements to both the donor and the individual or surviving relative for whom the tribute or memorial was made, although the letter to the person honored or relatives will not name the amount of the gift.