Legacy Giving in Support of Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida
Shortly after Juliette Gordon Low founded Girl Scouts of the USA in 1912, she sold her extremely valuable necklace of rare pearls to support the organization. She wanted to ensure that Girl Scouts would help girls discover, lead and make the world better for generations to come. Your legacy gift can be one of the precious pearls in this strand.
Juliette Gordon Low Society member benefits include:
- A Juliette Gordon Low Society pin
- Recognition on GSTF’s and GSUSA’s websites
- Recognition in GSTF and GSUSA annual report
- Invites to special local events
- Knowing that you will continue to help build girls of courage, confidence and character for years to come
These members of the Juliette Gordon Low Society believe the lasting benefits of Girl Scouting should be forever preserved. By including Girl Scouts in their estate and financial plans, they support girls throughout Miami and the Florida Keys in a meaningful and permanent way:
- Erik and Eva Andersen - Girl Scout Movementwide Challenge Planned Gift
- Dianne Belk and Lawrence Calder - Girl Scout Movementwide Challenge Planned Gift
- Janice Coakley
- Evelyn Cohan†
- Patricia Cruz
- Eliza Fendell and Jeffery A. Oberg
- Monica Guevara
- Johnette Hardiman
- Nancy Pastroff
- Deborah Reyes
- Elsie Romero and Jack Plunkett, Jr.
- Karen Solms
- Lilian Walby
- Chelsea Wilkerson
- Peggy Wingard
- Angelica Zayas
List updated July 1, 2020.
This list does not include those who wish to remain anonymous.
Juliette Gordon Low Society membership is open to all individuals who include GSTF in their estate plans. If you’d like to or have already make a legacy gift to the Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida, please download and fill out the following form so we can make sure to properly recognize you as a JGL Society member.