The GSCI Monthly Patch Program is for troops and girls who are interested in additional activities. A new patch program is offered each month for girls to be introduced to a new topic with little preplanning needed for leaders. Use the patch program as meeting filler, a pre-meeting activity for the month, or an at-home project.
When the patch program is complete, follow the link below to order the fun patch and complete an evaluation. Patches are $2 each and will be mailed the following month. Patches must be ordered by the 15th day of the following month.
PLEASE NOTE: Patches are ordered after registration has commenced. Once ordered, it takes around a month for the council to receive the patches. At that time, the council then ships the patches to the address used when ordering.
ALL IN Monthly Patch Program
GSCI is proud of our GIRLS and the women who paved the way for
females in various fields. This year we will continue to focus on
various females and their contributions to the world; because there
are still so many influential females to discover and learn more
about. If you will be earning all the monthly patches this year, we
have made it more convenient for you by offering to order all your
patches at once. By placing an order you will receive one of each of
the monthly patches – Eleanor Roosevelt (September 2019) to Michelle
Obama (August 2020)!
Registration for this begins August 7, 2019 and ends October 15, 2019. The cost is $20 per girl for all 12 months. All grades levels as well as Individually Registered Girls may participate.
Click here for a full list of this year's Monthly Patch Program.
Monthly patches will be mailed the following month that they are
earned (i.e. the January patches will be mailed at the end of
February). No refunds will be given. If additional patches
are need for a certain month, a monthly order must be made.
ALL IN Monthly Patch Program Registration
August 2019 Monthly Patch Program
August 1 - 31, 2019
Malala Yousafzai is known for standing up to the Taliban as a young girl in Pakistan because she demanded that girls should be allowed to get an education. For her activism, she received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 and wrote a bestselling book about her story called “I am Malala.” Today, she advocates for the right to an education for all girls all over the world.
September 2019 Monthly Patch Program
September 1 - 30, 2019
Eleanor Roosevelt is best known for being First Lady during Franklin Roosevelt's presidency; but she did much more than that. Eleanor fought for equal rights for women and African American's. She is also known as an author, speaker, and spokesperson for human rights around the world. Learn more about Eleanor Roosevelt in this monthly patch!