Our lovely scout house was built in Attleboro, MA in 1896 as a neighborhood elementary school and has been used as a gathering place for Girl Scouts since World War II. During the 1970s Arnold L. Anderson donated funds to support the building for its continued use by local Girl Scouts. The house is owned and operated by a Board of Directors made up of current and former Girl Scout leaders and community volunteers.
Our Annual Vendor Fair is our largest fundraiser of the year. All money earned from this fundraiser gets invested back into the upkeep of the house, as well as upgrades. All of this would not be possible without the continued support of people like you, and we thank you for your generous support of our mission.
This year, we are adding an online auction to our annual event. One of our very own board members lovingly made and donated a beautiful dollhouse to our fundraising efforts. We hope that you will consider bidding on this unique item that would make a great holiday gift for a special someone, which would allow us to do even more good for our treasured scout house.
Thank you for your support!