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Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta > About Us > 100th Anniversary > The Year of the Girl Campaign

The Year of the Girl Campaign
During 2012, Girl Scouts of the USA celebrates its 100th Anniversary and declares 2012 the Year of the Girl.  During this year, as a movement we will launch ToGetHerThere--the largest, boldest advocacy and fundraising cause campaign dedicated to girls' leadership issues in the nation's history.
 
This multi-year effort will help break-down societal barriers that hinder girls from leading and achieving success in everything from technology and science to business and industry.
 
Our long-term goal is ambitious and urgent: to create balanced leadership in one generation. To do this, we must ask all adult members of society--mothers, fathers, corporations, governments, and nonprofits--to help girls reach their leadership potential and place this urgent issue front and center on the national agenda. We all have a role to play in helping girls achieve their full leadership potential because when girls succeed, so does society.

Together, we can get her there.

Get Involved:
-    Get Informed
-    Speak-Up Take the ToGetHerTherePledge
-    Invest in Girls