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There are so many ways you can invest in girls. It all depends on what best fits your needs.

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Juliette Gordon Low Society

Invest in the future of Girls and the Girls of the future

Create a lasting legacy for future Girl Scouts in our community through a planned gift. Including a bequest in your estate ensures the next generation of girls will have the opportunity to benefit from being a Girl Scout.


Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts, included Girl Scouts in her estate plans. By naming Girl Scouts of Wisconsin – Badgerland Council in your estate plans, you too have the opportunity to give the gift of Girl Scouting for years to come. 

Naming Girl Scouts in your estate planning, gains you entry to the Juliette Gordon Low Society.

When you join the Juliette Gordon Low Society, you will:

  • Receive the special pearl membership lapel pin
  • Be honored at the Badgerland Girl Scouts Annual Meeting
  • Be invited to special Badgerland Girl Scout events

Legacy gifts come in all shapes and sizes, and any amount you give will make a big difference. Large or small, the most meaningful gifts come from people who deeply care about the sustaining impact Girl Scouts is making on girls...on volunteers...and the community. 


We know that Girl Scouting matters to you.  Whether they’re assembling robots, planting trees, collecting cans of food, or petitioning Congress, girls get inspired to change the world through Girl Scouts. And we need your help to ensure that the spirit of Girl Scouting continues to meet the ever-changing needs of girls for generations to come


Your legacy will help provide girls of tomorrow the opportunity to discover themselves, connect to new ideas and take action to make a difference in their communities, further perpetuating your lifetime of good works for future generations of girls through Girl Scouting. As the needs of girls continue to change and evolve, your legacy will help ensure that Girl Scouts continues to build girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.

By naming Girl Scouts of Wisconsin – Badgerlandin your estate plans, you too, just like Juliette, will hgive the gift of Girl Scouting for years to come.


  • Will/Bequest
    Include the Badgerland Council in your will and your bequest can provide future support of girls, even if you’re not in a position to make the kind of contribution you would like to during your lifetime.
  • Life Insurance Policy
    Make the Badgerland Council the beneficiary of an existing policy or purchase a new policy which names the council as both owner and beneficiary.
  • Retirement Plan Benefits
    Name Badgerland Council as the primary or contingent beneficiary on retirement programs such as IRAs, annuities, Keoghs, 401(k) plans and other pension and profit sharing plans.
  • Charitable Gift Annuity
    Invest in a charitable gift annuity to receive a charitable contribution tax deduction and income for life. The Badgerland Council later receives the remaining assets of the annuity.
  • Charitable Remainder Trust (CRT)
    Establish a charitable remainder trust to receive a charitable contribution tax deduction and income for life. The Badgerland Council later receives the remaining assets of the trust.
  • Other
    Any other gift that benefits Girl Scouts of Wisconsin - Badgerland in the the future, is considered a legacy gift.


We realize that estate plans require careful evaluation and encourage you to seek the advice of your estate planning attorney or financial advisor.

For more information about how you can become a member of the Juliette Gordon Low Society and share your legacy, please contact Lori Astell, Director of Strategic Relationships:

  • Email  
  • Call 608. 237. 1148