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Invest in girls. Change the world!


When you give to Girl Scouts, you provide girls with amazing experiences and adventures by supporting:


Girl Scout Troops


STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math)


Camping and outdoor adventures


Life and Leadership Skills Building


Scholarships and financial assistance

We all have a role to play in helping girls become leaders, because when you invest in girls, you change the world

Choose your investment today!

Friendship Circle Monthly Giving

Check out our Friendship Circle page to learn how you can join this special circle of donors.

Event Sponsorship

Girl Scouts – Diamonds hosts signature program events throughout the year and your sponsorship could do so much. We would love to work with you to find the sponsorship opportunity that best meets your needs.

For more information about  Girl Scouts – Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas event sponsorship opportunities, call 800-632-6894 or email us

Give a Gift of Stock

We're so excited for your gift of stock! Please contact our Fund Development team at or 800-632-6894 for our brokerage information. 

Juliette's Circle

Juliette’s Circle is a special society of friends who generously give us the ability to build a stronger council for Girl Scouts – Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas. When forward-thinking women place their collective energy and resources to work in support of girls, incredible things happen.

Juliette's Circle gifts enable us to provide financial assistance, senior scholarships and top-notch program opportunities as we help girls discover their strengths, find their voice and become leaders of their lives.

We were thrilled to celebrate our inaugural members of Juliette's Circle at The BIG Brunch on March 12, 2020.

For more information about Juliette's Circle, email or call 800-632-6894.

Inaugural Juliette's Circle Members - as of March 2020

Isabel Anthony
Caroline Bednar
Julie Brandenberger
Brown Foundation
Ellon Cockrill
Sandra Edwards
Marisa Ensminger
Terri Erwin
Karen Flake
Natalie Ghidotti
Deborah Henry
Stephanie Kelley
Dana Kleine
Janna Knight
Jennifer Krafsky
Elizabeth Miller
Dorothy Morris
Jana Patrick
Dawn Prasifka
Karren Prasifka
Carol Pratt
Deborah Robinson
Cyndy Shepherd
Lori Snyder
Catherine St. Amour
Norma Story
Diane Wilder

Family Partnership Campaign

The Family Partnership Campaign is a way for Girl Scout families and members to invest in girls’ futures by financially supporting programs, camp improvements, financial assistance, volunteer support and other critical services.

Families who contribute $25+ earn a patch for their girl to wear proudly on her uniform. For more details, read our FAQs.

Penny the Pig Patch Program for Troops

“Penny the Pig” is a patch program where girls become philanthropists, leaning what that means and how they play a part in making a big difference at Girl Scouts – Diamonds.

Earn a special “Penny the Pig” patch for the whole troop! Complete the patch steps found at the online instructions and turn your learning into doing by submitting your troop’s donation of $100 or more with the completed registration form found on page 4 of the instructions.

Give While You Shop

Girl Scouts – Diamonds Council has partnerships with businesses who share our mission to invest in Girls and change the world. Click the buttons below to start donating through your favorite businesses!

Kroger logo

Kroger is committed to helping our communities grow and prosper. Year after year, local schools, churches and other nonprofit organizations will earn millions of dollars through Kroger Community Rewards®. If you have a registered Kroger Plus Card, you can select Girl Scouts – Diamonds on the Community Rewards page online and you can support Girl Scouts – Diamonds every time you shop.



Amazon Smile Logo

AmazonSmile offers customers the opportunity to give back to Girl Scouts – Diamonds every time they shop. Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Girl Scouts – Diamonds. Click the button above to go directly to the Girl Scouts – Diamonds unique link.



Goodsearch Logo

Goodsearch is used by over 15 million people worldwide to raise $9 million for charities. The three primary ways you can earn money are through searching the Internet, shopping online and dining out.

Workplace Giving

Many companies have their own workplace giving platforms where employees can make donations to nonprofit organizations through payroll deduction. Information shown to us may be limited, so please contact us at to let us know you have made a workplace gift to Girl Scouts – Diamonds so we can thank and recognize you right away.

United Way

Girl Scouts – Diamonds is a proud member agency of the following United Way partners. Many of these United Ways allow you to designate your gift directly to Girl Scouts – Diamonds as a member agency. Contact your local United Way or our team at to discuss how to make a gift designation.

Heart of Arkansas United Way
United Way of Boone County
United Way of Fort Smith Area, Inc.
United Way of Greater Texarkana
United Way of Hempstead County
United Way of North Central Arkansas
United Way of Northwest Arkansas
United Way of Southeast Arkansas
United Way of White County


Online, Mail or Call-In Donations

Online – Make a one-time gift or become a monthly, sustaining donor

Phone - Call us at 800-632-6894 and speak to a member of the Fund Development team who can process your donation securely.

Mail - Complete our downloadable giving form and mail with your check or credit card information to:  Fund Development, Girl Scouts – Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas, 11311 Arcade Drive, Little Rock, AR 72212.

For more information about donating to Girl Scouts – Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas call 800-632-6894 or email us.



Donor/Friend/Juliette's Circle Spotlights

Jennifer Wilson-Harvey

"I would like every girl to have the opportunity to work cooperatively in a group, learn leadership skills and build confidence in herself." 

Jennifer Wilson-Harvey is the Managing Partner and owner of The Wilson Law Group, which owns three separate law firms – Wilson & Associates, a three-state law firm which represents mortgage banking clients in Arkansas, Tennessee and Mississippi; The Wilson Estate Planning Group, an Estate Planning and Elder Law firm and Attorney’s Title Group, a real estate title and closing company. Jennifer belongs to numerous industry and professional associations, as well as other community organizations, including Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, YPO Gold (formerly World Presidents’ Organization or WPO), the Arkansas Chapter of International Women’s Forum, the Aesthetic Club and the Arkansas Repertory Theatre. Jennifer loves spending time with her family, including her husband, two children and their spouses and her three grandchildren!

"It is vitally important to expose girls to opportunity and diversity. Girls need to grow up knowing they can be anything, do anything and create their own life path. Instilling confidence and a sense of accomplishment go a long way in creating a girl who loves who she is and is excited about her future and her abilities. In my hometown (El Dorado), I grew up as a Camp Fire Girl as there was no Girl Scout group at that time, but it is a similar program with similar goals in mind. It was my first “girl-focused” organization, with leadership & confidence-building activities that I enjoyed until I graduated from high school. It made a lasting impression."

Marie Holder

Juliette's Circle member, Marie Holder was an adult volunteer for 6 years as officer in Chipato Valley Service Unit. Marie is currently serving as a commissioner for the Arkansas Highway Commission. She was also proud to serve Arkansas as a member of the Arkansas State Medical Board. She is an active member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Greater Little Rock Alumni Chapter of Delta Gamma. She is an ordained elder of Second Presbyterian Church where she has also served as Deacon, moderator and member of various committees over the past eighteen years. Marie is a past executive director of the Republican Party of Arkansas, director of AsaPAC, and finance director of Governor Hutchinson’s 2018 re-election campaign. She also worked as deputy press secretary to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott.

"I invest in Girls Scouts to pay forward the wonderful experiences provided by my Girl Scout leaders when I was a girl and the leaders who have supported our two daughters. Girl Scouts taught me to care about my community and challenged me to find ways to improve our troop, our homes, our school, and our church. This community awareness has continued through my life and pushed me to volunteer for many organizations."

Heather Nelson

"The Brownies and Girls Scouts were both a big part of my childhood, and I have a lot of great memories from those experiences. I know that it is important to invest in organizations that are dedicated to empowering and educating young girls. I really remember loving the challenges and earning badges. Lessons of competition and teamwork will always stay with you."

Heather Nelson is co-founder and president of Seal Solar and a former corporate lender for some of the nation’s largest banks. Under her leadership, the local solar design and installation firm has completed more than 450, or approximately one in five, renewable energy projects in the state. Thanks to an innovative partnership with Evolve Auto, it is now one of the only businesses in the U.S. that is able to provide fully solar-powered ecosystems, including panels, batteries, electric vehicle (EV) charging stations and EVs, in one transaction. Heather is the incoming board chair for the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association (AAEA) and currently serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. She is on the AAEA Distributed Generation Task Force, Arkansas History Commission, Junior Achievement of Arkansas Board of Directors, and UA Little Rock Foundation Fund Board. She regularly travels to Haiti with the Global Orphan Project of Kansas City, Missouri. She previously served two terms on the National Board of Directors for the Arkansas Alumni Association and as president of the Sam M. Walton College of Business Alumni Society.
In 2021, she received the Business Executive of the Year Award at the Arkansas Business of the Year Awards sponsored by Arkansas Business. In 2019, she received the Entrepreneur of the Year Award from her alma mater, the University of Arkansas Sam M. Walton College of Business. An Arkansas native, she also holds an MBA from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Donor Recognition

Every dollar counts and we appreciate all the donors who make Girl Scouts programming and events possible in the Girl Scouts – Diamonds Council.

2019 Annual Report and Donor Roll of Honor (10/1/18-9/30/19)
2018 Annual Report and Donor Roll of Honor (10/1/17-9/30/18)
2017 Donor Roll of Honor (10/1/16-9/30/17)
2016 Donor Roll of Honor (10/1/15-9/30/16)
2015 Donor Roll of Honor (10/1/14-9/30/15)