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Renew your Membership

Girl Scouts isn't a one-and-done activity. It's a way of life that brings out the best in your girl. While the skills she learns build on each other year after year, she'll also discover new ways to make your family and community stronger, kinder and better for everyone.

Plus? Its fun.

Renew her membership today to keep the adventure going.

Bigger and better things are around the corner—can you feel it? We can. And we know Girl Scouts are going to lead the way. As Girl Scouts, they’re able to find their voices and make changes that affect the issues most important to them. 

They’ve already shown tremendous strength and maturity during the past two years, and we can’t wait to see what they accomplish next. From service projects to selling cookies, exploring the outdoors to making new friends, the possibilities are endless.

The world needs more Girl Scouts because Girl Scouts change the world. It’s time to keep the fun going and renew their opportunities for success.


On Time Renewal

Don’t wait: Renew before Sept. 30 ahead of the new year! Girls who do so will receive a special Bee On Time patch. 

Renew your Membership

Volunteer Membership

You help Girl Scouts—and us—succeed. You, parents, and caregivers are the lifeblood of the council, and we’re grateful for the time and energy you dedicate to building up the next generation of leaders.

When you show up for them, they shine! Keep building a better world with them by renewing your membership today.

For Troop Leaders …

Ultimate Early Bird Renewal is your time to shine! Renew your troop by April 15 and you can receive a bonus of 7 percent proceeds (on top of 15 percent regular proceeds, for a total of 22 percent!) during the 2022 Fall Product Program.

Here’s how. By April 15, your troop must:

  • Renew 75 percent of girls and adults who are troop members as of March 31 (you can do this through MyGS);
  • Be in good standing with Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas (no outstanding debt owed to the council, all troop co-leaders have a current, approved background check and a current [2021/22] Girl Scout membership, and troop bank account is in council compliance);
  • Have participated in the 2022 Girl Scout Cookie Program;
  • Have submitted its 2022 Cookie End-of-Program Report by March 7; and
  • Submit a completed June Troop Financial Report by close of business
    June 15.

National Bridging Week

And guess what? When you sign up for another year of Girl Scouting, you’ll get to experience the joy of bridging! Bridging involves a special ceremony that highlights and celebrates all the amazing things you’ve accomplished this year, as you prepare to take your next big step with Girl Scouts. It’s a perfect time to reflect on the past and look forward to a future full of new possibilities, new experiences, new badges and Journeys, new skills to learn, and new trails to blaze!

See how Girl Scouts earn their bridging awards (PDF): 
Daisy | Brownie | Junior | Cadette | Senior | Ambassador

National Bridging Week is May 4–11!


Questions and Answers

Trouble Logging In?

Q: Why isn’t my username working?
A: Your username is typically your email address. If you have more than one email address, try each. You can also use the “Forgot Your Password?” link to send a reset email to your email address. If you’re still having trouble, email Customer Care at

Q: Why aren’t I getting the password reset emails?
A: The password reset emails come from, so please make sure it’s added to your safe senders list. If you requested the reset email before marking our email address as safe, check your spam folder. If you’re still not receiving the email, email Customer Care at to verify that your username/email address is correct.

Q: How do I reset my password when I no longer have access to the email address associated with my account?
A: Our Customer Care team can easily change your username/email address without requiring you to recreate your account. Please email us at

Q: Why can’t I see my family when I log in?
A: There are several reasons this could happen:

Another adult family member may be listed as the preferred contact on the account. That person must log in to renew. email Customer Care at if you’d like to be listed as your household’s preferred contact.

Another reason could be that you may have a second or duplicate account with a different email address. Try a different username. If that works, be sure to email Customer Care at and ask them to merge the two accounts into one.

Q: Why can’t I see my troop(s) when I log in?
A: Only co-leaders can access the troop tab. If you are a co-leader and still can’t see it, please read on, as there are several reasons this could happen:

Troops are listed on a separate tab from your family. If you have more than one troop, look for the pull-down menu to change between them.

Check your member profile to make sure you’re listed as a volunteer in the troop.

If your background check has expired, you may lose access until it is up to date.

Our Customer Care team can provide additional support. Please email us at

Troop Leader Additional Information

Q: What if a girl in my troop moves out of the council area? Will it count against my 75 percent troop renewal requirement for the bonus incentive?
A: Purchase her 2022-23 membership so she can carry it over to a different council.

Q: What if a girl is on my troop roster but does not attend meetings anymore, or has never attended my troop meetings?
A: Please email our Customer Care team at and ask to have her status moved to IRG/IRM.

Q: What if a girl on my troop roster as of March 31 has aged out/graduated high school?
A: Purchase her adult Girl Scout membership or Lifetime membership.

Q: Do Lifetime members count in my 75 percent troop renewal requirement for the bonus incentive?
Yes. They should renew their volunteer role(s) and update their contact information, if necessary, in MyGS.

If you have additional questions, please email our Customer Care team at