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!
Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England has partnered with Rhode Island PBS Kids Club to bring a unique new patch opportunity to Girl Scouts in our council! PBS believes that everyone in America deserves great media—so for more than 50 years, PBS has provided people of every age and interest with a classroom, a passport, and a stage for the arts. PBS programming is free, educational, and fun—public broadcasting stations are the ones who gave us favorites like Sesame Street, Arthur, and Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood! The GSSNE and Rhode Island PBS Kids Club Patch Program gives Girl Scouts the chance to learn more about the opportunities and resources that WSBE Rhode Island PBS—your local PBS station—provides to you and everyone in your community.
The first 100 GSSNE Girl Scouts* to complete the above steps will receive the Rhode Island PBS & GSSNE patch for free! To receive your free patch, click the link and submit the form to the Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England: https://girlscoutsofsoutheasternnewengland.formstack.com/forms/ripbs_patchprogram. Please make sure you have completed all the patch requirement steps before submitting this form.
*As this patch program is primarily intended for Girl Scouts within Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England, at this time, the free patches will only be provided to Girl Scouts within our council. If you are a Girl Scout from another council but would still like to participate, you will need to pay for the patches plus shipping and handling.