GSME Patches | Girl Scouts of Maine

Girl Scouts of Maine have patches just for you.

The Animal Shelter Awareness Patch program helps Daisies-Ambassadors understand the issues and needs surrounding animal behavior, animal care,  finances, and how they all relate to your local animal shelter. Girls may earn this patch at each age level by completing the age-appropriate activities. See more
While this patch may be purchased at the GSME council shop, it is currently on backorder.
Juniors and Cadettes, learn about the life of salmon, the laws regarding salmon fishing practices, and other issues related to this endangered species. After learning about the Atlantic salmon, take action to make a difference in your local community. Read more
If you have a Daisy Girl Scout, there is a special patch program! See more
Get involved as a Girl Scout family member or friend in your Girl Scout’s troop. She will be eligible for this patch and be able to show all that she has a family member or friend who is a star in helping Girl Scouting happen! See more or get the certificate.
Food From the Heart is a community service project to help girls discover how community outreach is a life skill that can be used every day and how girls can challenge their community to share. See more
Free patches to the first 1,000 girls to complete this program! Empowering girls through improving body confidence and self esteem. See more
Join girls from around the state of Maine in showing your Girl Scout Spirit all year long! This patch program will introduce you to Girl Scouts songs and traditions. Learn more
Throughout the year, Girl Scouts recognizes nine international global action days. By earning the Global Action Days patch, girls celebrate the achievements of girls and women, learn about the issues that exist for girls and women around the world, and how they can help to make the world a better place. See more
Campfires are a useful tool when camping and being in the outdoors. Campfires are a great outdoor resource for heat, cooking, light, sometimes even a beacon and have been known to enhance prosocial behavior. Campfires are a lot of fun, but they can be dangerous too. Learning how to have a safe campfire is an important part of being a Girl Scout. Before you can cook over a campfire, you must learn campfire safety. Learn how to be safe around them and build them safely with an adult. See more
The Pocket Knife Safety program is designed to help girls become confident in their ability to safely and effectively use a pocket knife. After mastering each of the 4 stages of this program, a girl has earned her right to carry and use a pocket knife for Girl Scouts. See more
The Maine Lobster patch program gives Daisies-Ambassadors the opportunity to learn more about lobsters and their impact on the state of Maine. You will learn about lobster body parts, Maine history, as well as many of the issues facing lobsters and the lobster industry. See more
This program for all ages has a concentration on outdoor camping skills and activities including, fire building, outdoor cooking, dressing for the weather, environmental projects and safety skill building. Participants begin with Level 1 and progress at their own pace to complete any or all levels. See more

Did you know that there are paper products all around you? Paper is part of your life every day—from the books you read to the tissue you might need if you have a runny nose. Paper is a great material because it is renewable and recyclable. New products can be made from old paper and we keep on growing trees to make more of it. For Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors. Read more

Click through the interactive Google Slides below to access all the activities you can participate in. If you wish to view the slides in full screen, click on the three dots and select that option.

Learn about why native plants are important, explore native and non-native plants in your area, plant native plants, and educate others about why native plants are important.

Please complete this evaluation after you complete the patch program. Learn more

Learn more about our state capital through the State Capital Patch Program. See more

Download the Maine State Museum Scavenger Hunt

Flex your citizen muscles to affect positive change in your homes and communities. All levels of Girl Scouts can participate to help increase awareness and participation in the new state-wide paint recycling program in Maine, called PaintCare. See more

What is better than experiencing the Great Outdoors? Complete as many activities as possible from this list—at least as many as are required for your Girl Scout grade level—to earn the Great Outdoors Challenge Patch!  

From its beaches to potato fields to the rocky coast and majestic mountains, Maine’s geography is as rich as it is diverse. Another Maine “treasure” is our Girl Scouts, who contribute so much to our lives through their courage, confidence, and character. For these reasons and to encourage travel throughout the state, Girl Scouts of Maine is introducing the Treasure ME! Patch Program. Girl Scouts who attend a council-sponsored program, a community partner event, or create their own experience, whether it is one-of-a-kind, listed in multiple locations, or at one of our camps, will be eligible for the portion of the patch that represents that area of the state. List of towns and regions

Choose Your Own Maine Adventure Guide
Experience the Maine outdoors like never before with the help of this guide. Pick a town to explore and use this guide to plan your excursion, or even try using this guide to determine what type of adventure you want to do and then find out where it is offered in our state! Don’t forget to explore your area and maybe even ask some of your Girl Scout sisters about other possible places to explore. Learn more

The purpose of the valYOU! Patch Program is to help Girl Scout Brownies build a sense of equality and self-worth. Activities focus on valuing self, beginning to learn negotiation skills, learning about the value of money and savings, and goal setting. Learn more