Sample Letter to Girl Scout Leaders

February 2014

 

Dear Girl Scout Leader:

Thank you for being involved in the important process of training our next generation.

I am sorry that I cannot buy the cookies but I am interested in supporting your troop.  In fact I am willing to donate  $        to you troop to help you transition to American Heritage Girls, which was begun in 1995 by dedicated Girl Scout leaders like yourself who were disturbed by the changes that had taken place in the national organization and discovered there was no way to change the organization from within. 

American Heritage Girls is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country.   Much like the original mission of the Girl Scouts. The organization offers badge programs, service projects, girl leadership opportunities, and outdoor experiences to its members. It serves as a catalyst for building young women of integrity and faith. It also broadens girls social development through extra-curricular activities. This program of character building has successfully served thousands of girls since its inception and will continue to do so long into the 21st century.

AHG now has over 30,000 members in 48 states.  You can read more about it at ahgonline.org.

As a leader, I am sure that you are aware that, over the years, the values promoted by the Girl Scouts have changed.  The emphasis on “God and Country” have been replaced by a self-actualized global agenda.   In fact, for a time there was an asterisk by God in the promise making the great I AM optional.  Although the asterisk was removed after a large backlash, the official policy remains.  Girls are free to substitute any word they choose for the Creator.

In addition, the links to pro-abortion groups and inappropriate anything-goes-as-long-as-it-goes -with-a-condom sexual content is troubling.  If you would like to follow-up go to www.mygirlscoutcouncil.com for the direct links to Girl Scout material.

I know change is difficult to contemplate, but it is easier than you think.  In fact, many of the badges that the girls have earned in the past may be transferable.

I hope you will take me up on my offer to help.  My cell phone is ________.  When you call me with a desire to switch to AHG my check will be forthcoming.

My best wishes for a brighter tomorrow.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

12 thoughts on “Sample Letter to Girl Scout Leaders

  1. Ms Chastain, I think your intention is good (offer AHG as an alternative to GSA), but I fear your letter places AHG in a bad position: it appears that AHG has approved of your active advocacy for disenrolling from GSA in favor of AHG. IMHO, this will only add fuel to fire for those who truly believe that AHG is “out to get” GSA and supplant them as the premiere girls youth program. I’d encourage you to talk with AHG, Inc. to discuss this possible (and probly unforeseen) negativity. Thank you for your time, Brian

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  2. Dear Jane….

    You are an incredibly bigoted and narrow minded person. It saddens me that my children will have to learn how to avoid all the small minded and hateful people in the world who are just like you. Your saving grace will be the perfect example i can show my children and teach them how to never fall down the hate shaft you did.

    Ms Michelle Hall, Everett. Wa

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  3. I think this is wonderful and nothing bigoted about it. I think the narrow minded people are the ones that support the murdering of God’s children.

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  4. I think it’s obvious that the previous three commenters have been hoodwinked by the Girl Scouts of America’s Communist/Planned Parenthood agenda. My daughters are proud members of an American Heritage Girls Troop and when the girl scouts are doing their annual begging for dollars outside the local market, we like to have our Troop behind them in their crisp, new uniforms singing the National Anthem and Onward Christian Soldiers. It’s very inspiring and we get many more signups than people looking for stale Samoas.

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  5. Jane – God bless you for leading people to the truth about Girl Scouts and your generous support for those who choose a wholesome Christ-centered alternative for their daughters.

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  6. To Brian: regardless of what Jane or anyone does (or doesn’t do) – there will be AHG critics. I say “bravo Jane!”
    May AHG and Jane keep up the good fight for our daughters morality and innocence.

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  7. For pity’s sake, if you are going to be critical at least get the name of the organization right. It is Girl Scouts of the United States of America. It is not, nor has it ever been, Girl Scouts of America.

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  8. I am going to buy so many more cookies this year than I ever would have normally, as I support a woman’s right to choose, equality for all, and the so-called LGBT lifestyle (for the record, being a surfer is a lifestyle; being born LGBT is not – but that’s not really the point). I have raised to wonderful, compassionate, kind children without poisoning their minds with religion. They are both advocates for human rights for all people, and shun the idea that some people’s existence should be lessened because they don’t believe like them. You know, sort of how Jesus believed.

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