Donations

Girl Guides Queensland has been an integral part of thousands of girls and young women’s lives for over 100 years. Today more and more families and young people are turning to our organisation to provide a pathway to adulthood and retain that connection with community and the environment.

With a much appreciated donation you will be ensuring that Girl Guides will be a part of the Queensland landscape for the next 100 years. This could be in the form of a financial pledge; securities; real estate; life insurance policies; life income plans; annuities and trusts or material artefacts including manuscripts, books or works of art.

Why make a donation to Girl Guides Queensland?

Your contribution will have a significant impact on the lives of others. Your thoughtful donation will support programs that provide girls and young women with the skills, knowledge and opportunities to become community members who make a real difference. Current and future generations will benefit from the commitment, leadership, service and advocacy offered by Guiding members. Many of our young members are the leaders of tomorrow. A tomorrow that requires strong leadership to chart our communities, state and country’s future. An investment in Girl Guides Queensland is an investment in an organisation that fosters the development of independent thinking individuals with a world view.

Donations

Donations of $2.00 and over are tax deductible.  Donate now;
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Archive Donations

Girl Guides Queensland welcomes the donation of items related to the history of the organisation. These donation can include:
  • Adult and girl uniforms, badges, event scarves
  • Publications
  • Pictorial and written information pertaining to branches/sections/ programs, events, activities, trainings, state meetings
  • Units current and past
  • State owned campsites, state owned headquarters and guide huts/halls 

Items will be collected provided they:

  • Can be given proper care
  • Sufficient storage/display space is available
  • Are appropriate for the collection
  • Are in fair to good condition for retaining
  • Are of significant historical value and should not be destroyed

Collected items may fall into three categories:
1. Historical record only
2. Reference copy
3. Display copy available for borrowing