Green Bay Service Center Move Scheduled April 21–25

GBmove_facebookgraphic 2Our Green Bay Service Center is moving! The service center and shop will be closed April 2125 as we move into our new location, and will reopen on Monday, April 28. Our new location will be 112 N. Adams St, an ideally-situated building in the center of Green Bay’s growing downtown that was a gift from Associated Bank to NeighborWorks. The building will be managed as a community nonprofit center; United Way is already located on the second floor. Mosaic Arts Inc. will be located across the hall from GSNWGL on the first floor, and to those who have been wondering: yes! We will have a retail store right there on the first floor.

NeighborWorks continues to work with other nonprofits interested in this wonderful shared space, and we look forward to all the collaborative possibilities that this new location will bring!

Please note that our online shop will process orders submitted by 3 p.m. on Friday, April 18 to be shipped out that day. Orders placed after 3 p.m. will be shipped when our store reopens on Monday, April 28.

Who We Are

Girl Scouts of the USA CEO Anna Maria Chávez released a video statement this afternoon, confronting recent misconceptions about our organization. In the video, Chávez explains what Girl Scouts is all about and reminds us that, “A box of Girl Scout cookies is not a political statement. It is an investment in a girl and her dreams.” We are extremely proud of the great work Girl Scouts do in their communities with the money they earn from selling cookies, and we will continue to deliver the mission of Girl Scouting—to build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place—to girls and women of every background.

Get Ready for Summer!

RS2801_IMG_9134Camp registration is now open! There are lots of exciting day, weekend, and resident camp programs to choose from this year, with unique activities like geocaching, glamping, and duct tape art to more traditional camp activities like canoeing, hiking, and campfire cooking.

We’re proud to introduce some new programs to our camp lineup this year, such as Urban Adventure, which provides the perfect mix of city activities and outdoor adventures from zip lining to a drive-in movie. Back by popular demand, we are also running a number of wilderness trips this summer for girls interested in biking, backpacking, canoeing, and kayaking, as well as Wild West—an incredible hiking and horseback riding trip in the Badlands!

Visit our camp page to learn more about the unforgettable summer ahead, and register today!



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