As part of Girl Scouts of Northern California, girls gain a safe space to discover their own abilities—and the results are astounding. Every dollar you give powers a girl’s journey as she strives to lead, thrive, and make the world a better place. Beyond professional achievement, Girl Scout alums are also more likely to take civic action, volunteer in their communities, and stand up for their beliefs and values.
When it comes to supporting the next generation of girls, your generous contribution makes all the difference. Thank you for your partnership!
Make an online donation – it's fast, easy, and secure!
To donate by mail, send your donation to:
Girl Scouts of Northern California
Attention: Fund Development
1301 Marina Village Parkway, Suite 200
Alameda, CA 94501
You can also support us by making a gift of stock, making a gift through your workplace, making a Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) through your IRA account, or by donating an item. If you have additional questions about making a gift, please email FundDevelopment@gsnorcal.org. We are grateful for your partnership and helping us support the next generation of leaders!
Please use the following account information to initiate a stock gift transfer through your broker.
Kindly provide the following information to our Fund Development Department at firstname.lastname@example.org:
Recommend a grant be made from your DAF to GSNorCal. DAFs are an excellent way to both simplify your charitable giving and facilitate your strategic philanthropic goals.
RMDs are the minimum amount people of a certain age are required to withdraw from certain retirement accounts such as an IRA, SEP IRA, SIMPLE IRA, or retirement plan account. When you give all or a portion of your RMD to a charitable organization, it’s called a “Qualified Charitable Distribution” (QCD). For many people, RMDs are an excellent and convenient way to earn tax benefits by contributing to your charity of choice. Check with your tax professional for more details.
Many companies encourage their employees to volunteer in the communities where they live and work, and in turn the employer will offer matching dollars for the hours. Inquire with your Human Resources department about your program.