Aldergrove Girl Guides heard a report from the front lines about their African relief project at a special meeting last week at Betty Gilbert School.

Aldergrove Girl Guides heard a report from the front lines about their African relief project at a special meeting last week at Betty Gilbert School.

Guides Reach Out To Africa

Aldergrove Girl Guides heard a report from the front lines about their African relief project at a special meeting

Aldergrove Girl Guides heard a report from the front lines about their African relief project at a special meeting last week at Betty Gilbert School.

Girl Guides in “Ottergrove District” were tasked to think globally this year as the local Guides sponsored 69 children in a Liberian village.

The Guides packed up much-needed school supplies for the Liberian school, as well as individual gift bags containing small toys, games and personal hygiene items.

These packages were sent in care of a not-for-profit medical aid mission, and hand delivered.

The medical staff have now returned with stories, photos and videos of their trip, and shared this with the Guides to show the difference their contributions will make for the village children in Liberia.

It was a great way for Girl Guides to see first hand the true impact of their work towards a better world.