Online Volunteer Application

Volunteering with GSGWM

Our organization is volunteer led, and volunteers are always needed to work directly with the girls, or work on the administrative/operational level with other caring adult volunteers in your local Girl Scout community (this could include special events, chaperoning a trip through the travel pathway, short term volunteering with the events and series pathways, or virtually with a troop or book club).

As a Girl Scout volunteer, you'll add meaningful days to girls' lives and to your own. Tackle everything from global warming to election reform. Travel to incredible places. Share your personal passions and create experiences together you'll never forget. You can spend an hour, a day, or more, depending on your schedule!

Fill out the form below, or complete the GSGWM Paper Volunteer Application Form if you are interested in becoming a Troop Leader, Assistant, Product Sale Coordinator, Helper/Chaperone, or Driver OR if you're interested in volunteering at the community level.

Online Volunteer Application


Contact Information

Please Read: When driving girls and/or adult members, a driver must provide proof of liability insurance with bodily injury and property damage insurance limits of coverage of at least $100,000/$300,000 bodily injury and $50,000 property. Send proof of coverage to or fax to 603.627.4169.

Please send a copy of your certifications to
or fax them to 603.627.4169.

Please provide information for your most recent employment or volunteer position.

The GSGWM policies and procedures are available here:

I certify that my answers to the preceding questions are true and complete and that I have not knowingly withheld any information that might, if disclosed, affect my selection as a volunteer unfavorably. I understand that any untruths or omission of facts on this application may be cause for non-selection or later dismissal.

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