Volunteer GSNC




Community Service - Girl Scouts Can Volunteer in Their Community!


Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Community Service has long been a major focus of Girl Scouts. To help you to find ways to make the world a better place, we have designed the Community Service page


6th Annual Turkey Drive Benefitting Island Harvest 

Making a difference this holiday season and donate a frozen turkey as Bethpage Federal Credit Union host the 6th Annual Turkey Drive.

DATE: Tuesday, November 18, 2014
TIME: 7 am to 6pm
PLACE: Bethpage Federal Credit Union Parking Lot, 899 South Oyster Bay Road
IMPORTANT: Rain or Shine


Donate a frozen turkey and receive 2 free ticket vouchers for the November 15th game.

DATE: Saturday, November 15, 2014
TIME: 11 am to 16pm
PLACE: Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium at Stony Brook University

IMPORTANT: For more information click here for the flyer>>


Pearl Harbor Day Ceremony 

AMVETS Post 88 is holding its 56 Annual Pearl Harbor Day Ceremony. The Girl Scouts of Nassau County Color Guard will be participating in the ceremony. Please come join us and bring your Troop Flag.

DATE: Sunday, December 7, 2015
TIME: 2:00 pm
PLACE: AMVETS Post 88, 692 Broadway, Massapequa, New York 11701

QUESTIONS: Please contact Robert B. Lane, Color Guard Commander at 631.782.0341 or

IMPORTANT: For more information click here for the flyer 56 Annual Pearl Harbor Day Ceremony.




Almost Home Shelter for Displaced Dogs and Cats

Do you love helping animals? Do you know there are many animals in need on Long Island?

Almost Home is looking for help collecting supplies for dogs and cats.

Almost Home is a volunteer-run shelter whose mission is to re-home unwanted and displaced dogs and cats as well as provide families with supplies, advice, and education to prevent animals from being abandoned.

Call 631.627.3665 to schedule a delivery directly to the shelter’s location in Bohemia or drop them off to the GSNC Service Center, to the attention of Eliza Zipper.

The Service Center is open Mon-Wed & Fri between 9am-5pm, Thursday between 9am-8pm, and Saturday between 10am-1pm.

Please note that the shelter works with specific types of dogs and cats, and needs specific items for those animals . The items below are currently in urgent need. To view a list of other items they can use, go to

Urgently Needed Items:
• Large dog bones
• Large dog houses
• Cat Food - Wet and Dry
• 15ft or 20ft heavy duty cable tie outs
• Stakes for tie outs
• Bales of straw



Visit With Local Residents


ahrc logoDo you love playing board games? Do you have a hobby or interest that you would like to share? AHRC Nassau is looking for Girl Scouts over the age of 16 to provide companionship for individuals in their residential program. AHRC Nassau is an agency that provides services and supports to adults with an intellectual disability. You could really make a difference! Contact Jerri Walker at 516-293-2016 x 5281 to get more information and to volunteer.

This is an activity that would qualify for the Community Service Bar.

Weekly Volunteer Opportunity for High School Girls


arts and craftsNorth Shore Child and Family Guidance Center needs volunteers to work with children's activity groups. Volunteers would assist children with arts and crafts projects, playing games, and learning social skills. Volunteers are needed at their Roslyn Heights location on Tuesday evenings, from 7:00pm to 8:30pm. Volunteers are also needed at their Westbury location on Wednesday evenings from 5:00pm to 7:30pm.

Get the flyer with more information

Questions? Contact Margo Posillico Messina LCSW-R at 516-626-1971, ext. 370

Note: This volunteer position is approved for the Senior and Ambassador "Community Service Bar".




Girls Needed to Volunteer at Local Nursing Home


volunteeringMake the lives of others brighter and share special talents!! Intergenerational activities for the elderly!!  These programs or visits can be ½ hour to 1 hour long. 

Click here for some ideas

Volunteer opportunities are also available for your Community Service Bar.  Drop by to pick up an application from the receptionist. The programs include an orientation and volunteering for a minimum of 20 hours.  These hours are available around the school schedule, evenings and weekends.  The volunteers will assist directly with the recreation staff helping the residents maximize their participation during activities.  


Please contact Karen Toback; Recreation Director at 516-719-9402

Sands Point Center For Health & Rehabilitation

1440 Port Washington Boulevard

Port Washington, NY 11050