Girl Scouts of West Central Florida

Flat Juliette

Support your daughter's troop with help from Flat Juliette!

Here's Flat Juliette's Story:

My name is Flat Juliette. I travel around with Girl Scouts and their families in search of kind people who would like to help support our mission of girl scouting.

In the early years of girl scouting, Juliette Gordon Low, or Daisy as she was affectionately known, dedicated almost all of her personal assets to pay for the expenses of the movement. Her vision and passion for helping girls became self-sufficient, strong leaders was the moving force in her life; no sacrifice was too great for her girls.

Daisy owned a magnificent strand of pearls - one of her most cherished possessions. She loved her pearls; they were beautiful and quite valuable, and Daisy reserved them for special occasions.

By 1915, if the organization was to continue to grow, funds were desperately needed. To support the movement for another year, Daisy sold her exquisite pearls, once again putting the needs of the girls over her personal desires.

We appreciate your kind support.

Flat Juliette:




Your support will help create opportunities that build tomorrow’s leaders.

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How your gift will make a difference:

$30 will provide a Girl Scout uniform, complete with vest, troop numbers and insignia

$100 will provide special STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) focused program totes

$300 will provide programs, volunteer recruitment and training, special events and staff support to provide Girl Scouting for one girl for one year.