For more information
Becky Traweek, Chief Executive Officer at 601.366.0607
The Dianne Belk and Lawrence Calder Legacy Fund Challenge
We gratefully acknowledge the generosity of the Dianne Belk Foundation and Lawrence Calder Foundation upon the establishment of their Legacy Fund Challenge to benefit Girl Scouts of Greater Mississippi. What a blessing to know it is to know that they are committed to the future of Girl Scouts in our state!
Initially, the Donors are making a charitable gift by naming Girl Scouts of Greater Mississippi as a beneficiary of their estates, the gift to become effective upon the death of the survivor.
Additionally, they are matching written planned gifts that are confirmed by June 30, 2014. The Legacy Gift you plan for Girl Scouts today may apply toward the matching gift requirements that are at the heart of this Legacy Fund Challenge. Contact Becky Traweek at 601.366.0607 or by email at email@example.com for further information.
Inaugural members of The Juliette Gordon Low Society of Girl Scouts of Greater Mississippi
Pictured (Back) Lawrence Calder; Dianne Belk, Founding Chair of The Juliette Gordon Low Society of GSUSA; Carolyn Boteler, GSGMS Board Chair; Lissa Frank,GSGMS Chief Operating Officer; Amy Mufflar, Leader of Troop 7106; Pam Britt, GSGMS Chief Financial Officer; Scherry Gilliland, GSGMS Chief Development Officer; Becky Traweek, GSGMS Chief Executive Officer; Susan Athow, 59-year affiliate and a Lifetime Member with numerous leadership positions in Warren County; Bob Athow, Lifetime Member of Girl Scouts with numerous leadership positions on the Board of Directors; Rita Shaw, Leader of Troop 4025; and Mareanda Weems, Troop 6583 Leader and Cookie Chair.