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Patch & Badge Programs

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Think outside the box! These cool patch and badge programs challenge girls to explore their world. Through these opportunities, Girl Scouts will connect with their international sisterhood, celebrate history, tackle global issues and more!

Council patches may be purchased in the Girl Scout Shop located at the council office at 500 Greenwich Ave in Warwick. Some special global badges must be purchased in the online WAGGGS shop.

Check out other cool patch and badge opportunities at our Girl Scout Shop in Warwick too!   

GSSNE Patch Programs

Bike History and Safety Patch Program
Bike Safety Patch

For her Silver Award Project, Jordan B. from Troop 602 in Newport/Middletown created a Bike History and Safety Patch Program!  It is Jordan’s goal that, as you take on this patch program, you Discover, Connect, and Take Action with the history, safety, and benefits of the bicycle and go on to promote bike safety in your own community.

Click here to view the Bike History and Safety Patch Program requirements and resources. Patches can be ordered/picked up at the GSSNE Shop in Warwick.

Fidelity Investments "Let it Grow" Investment Patch Series
Let it Grow patch

Fidelity Investments "Let it Grow" Investment Patch Series

Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England is excited to introduce our partnership with Fidelity Investments! The Fidelity Investments “Let It Grow” Investment Patch Program helps girls to unleash their inner G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)TM and make the world a better place.

The Fidelity Investments “Let It Grow” Investment Patch Program introduces Girl Scouts to investing for their future. When girls start the program, they receive a Fidelity Investments “Let It Grow” patch. The program allows girls to grow from Daisy through Ambassador, earning a new patch bar with each age level. Girls may start earning patch bars at any age level.

19th Amendment Patch Program
XIX Patch-reduced

In the year 2020, the United States marks an important milestone for women’s suffrage, the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment. The core value of the legislation states that “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.” To highlight this pivotal moment in our nation’s history, GSSNE has partnered with the Rhode Island Historical Society and Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea to create a patch program for Girl Scouts of all age levels. To earn your GSSNE XIX: Shall Not Be Denied patch, complete the required number of steps for your age level (found in the requirements here) and purchase the commemorative patch in the GSSNE Girl Scout shop in Warwick (while supplies last).

GSSNE Marathon in a Month
GSSNE Marathon in a Month Patch

Are you looking for a challenge? Do you want to feel strong, brave, and embody the power of G.I.R.L.? If you answered yes, then the Marathon in a Month Patch Program is perfect for you!

Your challenge officially begins on the date of your choosing and lasts for 1 month or 30 days. Complete 26.2 miles of running, walking, or any physical activity to officially earn your patch. Do it alone, or with a group…the choice is yours!

Click here to view Marathon in a Month Patch requirements and resources! Patches can be purchased at the GSSNE Shop in Warwick.

Stand Beside Her

The Stand Beside Her Patch is a way for Girl Scouts to gain a concrete understanding of the Stand Beside Her movement so that they become change agents in their communities to shift the way girls and women treat one another. Through the Stand Beside Her movement, we hope that all girls will be appreciated and respected for their talents, strengths, and unique qualities. To view the patch requirements, click here: Stand Beside Her


Global Badge Programs