Monthly Patch Program

Looking for some additional fun activities? Participate in our Monthly Patch Program! Each month we’ll add a new patch, and you’ll have the entire month to complete all the requirements! Patch requests must be submitted to the council office by the 15th of the following month. Questions? Contact Program Development Specialist Maggie Ewan, 907-273-0308.

March 2017 Patch
It’s almost time for summer camp, and this month’s patch is sure to get girls excited about Girl Scout camp adventures! Click here for patch requirements.

February 2017 Patch
On February 22 of each year, Girl Scouts and Girl Guides from 146 countries celebrate World Thinking Day (WTD). Celebrate what it means to be part of the global sisterhood that is Girl Scouts + Girl Guides by completing the following requirements for this month’s patch: 

January 2017 Patches

100 Years of Cookies Patch
It’s the 100th Anniversary of Girl Scouts selling cookies! Celebrate the 2017 Girl Scout Cookie Program by completing the following requirements

Pick.Click.Give Patch

  1. Register for your PFD
  2. Make a donation to any organization through Pick.Click.Give
  3. Bring your Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend Division Dividend Distribution Form to the GSAK Council Shop or email to our Development department to receive a free Pick.Click.Give patch!



December 2016 Patches

Wells Fargo Hands on Banking
Girls will gain financial literacy skills as they become savvy money earners and managers. GSAK is excited to partner with Wells Fargo Hands on Banking to make this patch program possible as we build financially responsible leaders. Click here for patch requirements. 

Hour of Code Patch
To celebrate Computer Science Education Week (December 5-11), girls can earn the Hour of Code patch. See the requirements for the coding patch here!

November 2016 Patch
Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with the newly updated requirements for the Alaska Native Heritage patch! Girls already working on the previous version of the requirements can finish to completion. Click here for November patch requirements.



October 2016 Patch
Learn all about Girl Scouts of the USA founder Juliette Gordon Low as you work to earn this month’s patch! Click here for October patch requirements. 


September 2016 Patch
Start planning for a fun, productive year with this month’s patch! Click here for September patch requirements. 

May 2016 Patch

Keep the Girl Scout fun going all summer long with this month’s patch! Click here for May-August program requirements.

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April 2016 Patch

Girl Scouts has a strong connection to poetry. When founder Juliette Gordon Low wasn’t busy with Girl Scout activities, she was painting, sculpting, and writing poetry. Learn more about and try your hand at poetry as you work to earn this month’s patch! Click here for April patch program requirements.  

February 2016 Patch

January 2016 Patch

December 2015 Patch

 How to submit patch order forms

Mail to:
Girl Scouts of Alaska 
Attn: Maggie Ewan
3911 Turnagain Blvd E
Anchorage, AK 99517

Attn: Maggie Ewan


Ongoing Patch Programs 

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GSAK has teamed with Wells Fargo to provide real-life money-management experience for girls of all ages. Simply complete five grade level-appropriate activities and submit your patch order form to the GSAK Council office. Troops can also set up a tour of a Wells Fargo branch or have a Wells Fargo representative co-teach an activity! Click here for the Hands On Banking program packet.

Alaska Resource Education LogoNatural Resources Patch Series 

Along with Alaska Resource Education (ARE), GSAK has developed four new patches, the first of their kind in the nation: energy, minerals, forestry, and natural resources. The Natural Resource Patch Series is designed to teach girls about the resources and diversity of our state and its industries. ARE has adapted their most popular and innovative lessons for the patch requirements to get girls engaged in Alaska’s natural resources and the important role they play in our state. Click here for the Natural Resources Patch Series booklet. 

13-MUNI-0001 CENTENNIAL LOGO-1GGirls Love Anchorage Centennial Patch Program 

Anchorage’s 100th anniversary gives GSAK the opportunity to strengthen our long tradition of engaging girls in the culture, history, and opportunities of the Anchorage community. Celebrate this significant milestone by participating in activities and events around our community. Girls earn two passport stickers for each of the following categories: arts and culture, history, science and innovation, outdoor fun and recreation, transportation, wildlife and nature, and community involvement. Once the passport book is filled with all 14 stickers, girls earn our “Girls Love Anchorage” patch!

For girls who would like to participate, download the passport book here. Questions? Contact Program Development Specialist Maggie Ewan, 907-273-0308 

This project is supported in part by a grant from the Alaska Humanities Forum, Rasmuson Foundation, and Anchorage Centennial Celebration