The Founder's Challenge ended on 10/31/2017. Thank you for your support!

Yes! I want to join the Founder’s Challenge and help name a cabin in Juliette Gordon Low’s honor. 

Juliette Gordon Low was a visionary leader who founded the Girl Scout Movement in 1912. At a time when women and girls had fewer rights and opportunities, her vision was to bring girls out of their homes and open up the world to them. She believed girls could accomplish whatever they set their minds to, and she wanted to equip them with the skills they needed to do so.  

Our goal is to raise $190,000 by October 31 – Juliette Gordon Low’s birthday.

You can honor her legacy as the founder of Girl Scouting and ensure the future of Arizona’s girls by helping to name a cabin after her at Parsons Leadership Center. You can give a gift as an individual, a family, a troop or a Service Unit – or in honor or memory of someone special.  

Your gift will go directly towards our goal of raising $18 million for the new Parsons Leadership Center. All gifts to the Founder’s Challenge will be matched dollar for dollar by The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation, doubling the impact of your gift.

Your gift of any amount towards naming the cabin is welcomed.  Gifts at certain levels will receive special recognition:

  • Gifts of $25 to $99 will receive the Founder’s Challenge commemorative patch.
  • Gifts of $100 to $499 will be recognized on the wall inside the Juliette Gordon Low cabin* and will receive the commemorative patch.
  • Gifts of $500 and above will be recognized on the main donor wall near the entrance to The Parsons Leadership Center, on the wall inside the Juliette Gordon Low cabin*, and will receive the commemorative patch.  

For troop gifts, each girl will receive their own patch.

*See Recognition Guidelines at the end of this donation form for more information about how your gift will be recognized inside the Juliette Gordon Low cabin.

GSACPC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization so your charitable gift is tax-deductible. 

Questions? Contact our Fund Development staff at 602.452.7006 or 800.352.6133, or by email at To learn more about the Campaign for Girls in Arizona, visit our webpage.


Recognition Guidelines

Names are limited to 50 characters in length, including spaces. If you designate more than 50 characters, the name will be shortened so it can be included on the wall. 

For example:

  • Individual Gift – Mary G. Brown or Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Brown
  • Family Gift -  The Rodriguez Family or The Luis Rodriguez Family
  • A gift recognizing your Girl Scout - Elizabeth Rodriguez 
  • Troop Gift -  Troop 1234
  • Service Units will be recognized by their official service unit name at time of donation (please enter accordingly), i.e., Desert Sunset Service Unit
  • Gifts in honor or in memory of an individual must include "In honor of..." or "In memory of..." as part of your 50 characters (please enter accordingly)

Only gifts of $100 or more qualify for recognition on the cabin wall. If your gift is under $100, you do not need to complete the "Name for wall" field above. 

Gifts of $500 or more will also be recognized on the main donor wall at the Parsons Leadership Center.   

About the Campaign for Girls

The Campaign for Girls in Arizona is an effort by Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council to achieve better outcomes for Arizona’s girls by transforming our existing 14.5-acre property in South Phoenix (formerly Camp Sombrero) into the Bob and Renee Parsons Leadership Center for Girls and Women at Camp South Mountain.  

Although the Parsons Leadership Center is up and running, we have yet to raise all of the funds needed for this new camp. We are over 80% to our goal of raising $18 million for the Campaign for Girls and have $3.2 million to go to finish the Campaign.  Due to the generosity of the Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation, all gifts received between June 1st and December 31st, 2017 will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $1.6 million-dollars.  

To learn more about the Campaign for Girls, visit: 

For questions, contact Christina Spicer or (602) 452-7075.



“The work of today is the history of tomorrow, and we are its makers.”

– Juliette Gordon Low  



Contact Information

Christina Spicer
Senior Associate, Fund Development

Jessica Lyon 
Senior Manager - Campaign for Girls 

Cecilia Boyed
Manager - Fund Development Operations 


Questions about how your name will appear on the Juliette Gordon Low cabin wall?

See Recognition Guidelines below.   

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