Troop Finances

Helping girls earn and manage money is an integral part of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Your Girl Scout group is responsible for planning and financing its own activities, with your guidance. This puts girls in charge, giving them the opportunity (with your oversight) to cooperatively set goals, manage a budget, spend responsibly, maintain records, learn social skills, and develop good marketing, entrepreneurial, math and financial skills.

Girl Scouts River Valleys has changed the process this year, and it is all online this year.

If you have any questions, please let Shelly Serra, our Service Unit Treasurer know.  You can email her at [email protected].

Note: Your financial statement must balance to the statement that you use and send with the report.

Tip to help get troop members involved in troop financials – 10 Ways to Involve Girls in Troop Funds.

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