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Building girls of courage, confidence, and character has always been - and will always be - the mission of Girl Scouts. That mission is often delivered through unforgettable outdoor experiences. 

That's why the destruction of more than 150 acres of land at our largest camp property is so devastating. On April 8, 2017, a wildfire erupted through Mah-Kah-Wee Program Center, a 250-acre camp property that serves thousands of girls and volunteers annually throughout Central Florida. Several structures were destroyed or damaged, eliminating half of camp capacity for girl usage. 

The good news is that we're Girl Scouts. We're not just going to rebuild. We will emerge stronger. We will think bigger. We will build smarter. But not without your help. Your contribution toward the rebuild and revitalization of this important camp will continue it's legacy for the next generation and beyond.

Have questions or other fundraising ideas? Great! Contact Toni Castillo, Chief Relationship Officer, at