Inspire Girls and Young Women To Be Their Best
Adults, through guiding, can give back to the community and inspire girls and young women to be their best. Whether it’s a long term commitment or a short term project, there are opportunities to suit your lifestyle. Any woman over 18, who is prepared to make the Guide Promise can be an Adult member. Any adult over 18 can be a Volunteer or join their local Support Group.
Leaders are volunteers. They are carefully chosen women who understand and care about the needs of girls and young women and enjoy sharing their time and talents to support Guides to grow and learn.
BRAVO to our fabulous Leaders who work directly with Girl Guides supporting them in their Fun, Friends and Adventures. Leaders are able to achieve awards, badges and recognition through district, local, state, national and international events. Leaders attend Girl Guide excursions, camps, and events and receive ongoing training within their District.
Leaders come from all walks of life, families and working situations.
Leaders and Adult members are bound to a Code of Conduct and complete
Child Safe training in relation to policies and procedures regarding the protection of children.
The ALQP is provided by Girl Guides Australia (GGA) and initiates training and a pathway to Unit Leadership, Management and Training Qualifications.
It takes approximately 6-12 months to complete the ALQP. The ALQP includes physical attendance for training, online attendance for webinars and activities while volunteering with the Guides.
Please download the Adult Membership or Volunteer Form and email to email@example.com
Annual membership fees entitle members to participate in Guiding activities at member rates, includes GGA and WAGGGS membership and contributes to the provision of member services.
A Uniform is worn by members all over Australia to create a sense of unity and to identify them as Guides. The Guide uniform includes polo shirts and a blue shirt (for teens) or a striped shirt (for adults) and are to be worn with navy pants. Black sneakers, closed-in shoes or sandals as appropriate are required for footwear. Youth members also wear a sash which displays badges they have achieved.
Other optional items available include jackets, hoodies, hats and bags. A complete list of available items, prices and ordering information can be found in the GGA Uniform Information Booklet. This booklet also provides a helpful sizing chart and information on uniform guidelines and badge placement.
By volunteering with us, you can help girls build their confidence, learn new skills, and build life long friendships – no matter your experience, your background or how much time you have spare. Register your interest to find out about opportunities near you.
Becoming a role model doesn’t need a full-time commitment – we need volunteers in all sorts of roles. So, if you want to help behind the scenes, at special events or get involved every week, there’s loads of ways to inspire girls at Girl Guides South Australia.