Nowhere else can girls engage in challenging activities, go on adventures in the outdoors, and volunteer to help their community in a girl-led environment. By earning badges and exploring careers that encourage an interest in science, technology, engineering, math(STEM), life skills, and entrepreneurship our Girl Scouts acquire critical leadership skills and develop the foundation to be successful in life.

With 78,683 members our council remains a key pillar in the community impacting change and advancing the Girl Scout movement. Our 4,211 troops serve girls in Kindergarten through 12th grade in the Greater Washington Region, which includes the District of Columbia and 25 counties in Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia.