The GSNC Hispanic Latino Task Force touches the lives of approximately 2,500 Latina girls throughout Nassau County.
The Girl Scouts of Nassau County (GSNC) Hispanic Latino Task Force started in July 2002 with a small group of community leaders. Today a meeting of the Task Force can include 30 Hispanic community leaders! The goal of the Task Force is to engage Latina Girls in Girl Scouting and to educate all girls about Latino culture and heritage. The GSNC Hispanic Latino Task Force touches the lives of approximately 2,500 Latina girls throughout Nassau County.
For more information on how you can help to build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place, please contact Yari DeLeon, Community Initiatives Manager by phone at 516.741.2550 ext. 272 or by email at email@example.com.
The purpose of the Girl Scouts of Nassau County Hispanic/Latino Task Force (GSNC HLTF) is to engage Latina Girls in Girl Scouting and to educate all girls about Latino culture and heritage. This patch program is designed to help Girl Scouts of all cultures develop an understanding and appreciation of the culture of Hispanic/Latin Americans through Discover, Connect and Take Action.
The HLTF provides inspiring and empowering programs to hundreds of children of all ethnic backgrounds, offering fun and educational cultural events throughout Nassau County. In support of these initiatives HLTF have created a Hispanic Heritage Council Patch Program for girls.
Join the fun! Show your creativity by designing a patch for the UMOJA Alliance. The winning design will receive a $25 Gift Card for the Council Shop or for a Council-Sponsored Program or Event.
Deadline for entries: March 31, 2014
Please mail hand-drawn designs to:
Girl Scouts of Nassau County
HLTF Patch Contest
110 Ring Road West
Garden City, NY 11530
Or Email computer designs to: firstname.lastname@example.org