For questions or to add an organization to the list below please email Nicole Dalton or call 314.592.2312.
We are honored to work with Program Partners who offer opportunities for girls to enhance their Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Program Partners provide affordable and quality programs such as activities, workshops and events that align with the Girl Scout mission and values, to every girl member. Many of our partners offer badge workshops, community service projects, assistance with the Journey experience and fun opportunities for field trips and unique experiences.
Animals Food Pantry
The Advocates 4 Animals Food Pantry offers a service opportunity for girls to help with bagging donations and counting inventory. They are currently looking for volunteers to help with the All Bark Village Dog Park 4th Birthday Party on June 3rd. For more information and to sign up to volunteer, please contact them at 314.952.2399 or email@example.com.
American Cancer Society Hope Lodge St
Hope Lodge provides FREE overnight stays for cancer patients who must travel to St. Louis for life-saving treatments. At Hope Lodge, we welcome troops or individual scouts to host guest activities or provide dinner for the guests staying here. We have a full kitchen that you may use to cook; volunteers provide the food. For more information email Brittney or call 314.286.8152.
Companion offers facility tours for Girl Scouts troops at their new West St. Louis campus. Girls can see a professional bakery in action, sample a few different breads and get to ask questions with one of the bakers. The Companion Teaching Kitchen offers regular classes for aspiring young chefs, from parent and child to children’s baking classes. For more information on classes please visit the website and use promo code GIRLSCOUTS to receive $10 off. To book a tour please contact Cassy Vires.
Dierbergs School of Cooking
The Dierbergs School of Cooking offers hands on cooking workshops that fit with badge requirements and all girls get a Kids in the Kitchen patch. Contact information varies by store location.
Eco Adventure Ziplines is an approved zipline facility where girls can zipline and learn about the science that makes this high flying adventure possible. Eco Adventure Ziplines offers zipline fun for all ages. Girl Scouts SAVE $15 per person and receive a FREE Zipline Patch. Experience an unforgettable aerial zipline adventure with your troop. For more information email Mike Seper or call 314.326.0140.
Fabulous Fox Theatre
The Fox Theatre offers discounted tickets for Girl Scout groups, an activity book which includes hands on activities for the girls to complete before, during and after the show as well as a commemorative patch.
The Gateway Milers make walking fun by hosting noncompetitive fitness activities that encourage lifelong fun, fitness and friendship for people of all ages and abilities. Events include walks, hikes, bikes and swims. Girl Scouts may earn the AVA/Girl Scout Walk Together patch and some events may also be eligible for badge requirements. For more information email Debra Kruep.
HealthWorks! Kids' Museum St. Louis is a brand new children's museum that opened in May 2016. Here at HealthWorks!, we work to educate and inspire children and the community to make positive oral and overall health choices to achieve optimum health. We offer Girl Scouts the opportunity to be an oral health advocate, a growing topic of concern in Missouri. Girls can visit the HealthWorks! Museum at a discounted price, participate in a Health Educator led program about oral health and earn their very own Tooth Fairy Badge! For more information email Caity Biberdorf or call 314.214.7391.
It’s Your Birthday, Inc.
It’s Your Birthday, Inc. offers the opportunity for girls to earn badges by creating a birthday-in-a-box and other party items to help us create fun and memorable birthday experiences for children in homeless and domestic violence shelters. For more information email Rolanda Robinson or call 314.623.8301.
Achievement of Greater St. Louis
Since 1943, Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis, Inc. has been dedicated to educating students about entrepreneurship, work readiness, and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs. These activities supplement and reinforce the regular classroom curriculum. Junior Achievement's programs empower students by helping them discover tools to succeed in the adult world. For more information call 636.728.0707.
Kid's Yoga, St. Louis leads children of all ages through interactive yoga classes. Children are taught yoga and breathing techniques through music, songs, books, games, and imaginative play. The classes are designed based on the developmental level of the children. Girl Scouts from Daisies through Cadets can earn yoga badges or take our class as part of earning a health/wellness badge. For more information, email Jessica Kerckhoff or call 314.221.1388.
Leftovers, etc. offers a wide variety of badge workshops and Journey sessions for all levels of Girl Scouting; facilitated by field experts and seasoned Girl Scout leaders. Leftovers, etc. is the world of “Creative Learning” and provides a visual experience into the world of reusing, repurposing and recycling. A visit to “Leftovers, etc.” will challenge your Scouts to “think outside of the box” while making several projects utilizing the 1000s of household and industrial items available through our Resource Center. Reservations are required. For more information email Sandy O’Dell or call 636-946-9779.
Missouri Botanical Garden
The Missouri Botanical Garden offers overnight experiences, troop programs and badge workshops for girls to explore the wonders of nature. Programs are located at the Missouri Botanical Gardens, Shaw Nature Reserve and the Butterfly House. For more information email Kerri Kelley or call 314.577.9473 ext. 6357.
Missouri Department of Conservation
The Department of Conservation offers many opportunities for girls to use, enjoy and learn about nature. The Powder Valley Nature Center provides monthly tables for badge work, scout back packs for use on-site. Rockwood Reservation, Columbia Bottom Conservation Area, Forest Park interpretive staff and Busch Regional Office all provide programs available on various topics related to nature. Henges Shooting Range and Outdoor Education Center is also available for training for leaders in all shooting sports.
Missouri History Museum
The Missouri History Museum offers Girl Scout Days that allows girls to step back in time and explore St. Louis history. Girl Scout Days include an interactive tour, special performances and hands on activities. For more information email Katie Reinarman or call 314.454.6840.
Performing Arts Academy
MJ Performing Arts Academy offers girls the opportunity to earn badges by participating in a dance class that focuses on the importance of fitness and exercise. Girl Scouts will leave class feeling happy, healthy, fit and confident. For more information, email or call 314.968.3903.
Money Smarts School of Finance
Money Smarts School of Finance can offer troops workshops that focus on money management taught by finance professionals. For more information email Darlene Martin or call 314.956.7918.
Saint Louis Cardinals
The Saint Louis Cardinals offer an annual Girl Scout night at the ball park.
St. Louis District Dairy
St. Louis District Dairy Council is a nonprofit organization whose mission is nutrition education. We are dedicated to promoting dairy foods and providing science-based dairy and nutrition information. On most days you will find us out in the field, working directly with consumers, educators, health professionals and members of the media in the 131 counties we serve. We are proud to serve our dairy farmer funders in eastern Missouri and central/southern Illinois. For more information email Erin Rich or call 314.835.9668.
Saint Louis Storytelling Festival
The Storytelling Festival works with a range of professional storytellers to host workshops and activities. The can also train adults in storytelling techniques to encourage literacy and learning with children through the art of live storytelling. For more information email Lisa Overholser or call 314.266.4833.
The Magic House
The Magic House offers Girl Scout sleepovers where troops can explore the museum and complete various badgework during their stay. For more information contact the Magic House at 314.288.2518
The Microsoft Store at the Saint Louis
Girl Scout workshops at the Microsoft Store at the Saint Louis Galleria offer scouts the opportunity to Discover, Connect, and Take Action by exposing them to technology, developing their skills sets, and applying that knowledge by sharing with their troops and communities, or using their skills for projects to improve their community. More Information
Vertical Voyages is a source for outdoor rock climbing and recreational tree climbing. Their rock guides are AMGA certified and have extensive experience teaching climbing.