Girl Scouts of Black Diamond Council invites members of the community to help support a space just for girls: The Anne McCuskey Girl Zone at the Girl Scout and Volunteer Resource Center.
Anne McCuskey enriched the lives and empowered so many people in our community and our state. A second-generation Girl Scout, Anne inspired generations of girls to “find their spark” and make the world a better place.
Under Anne's leadership, Girl Scouts of Black Diamond transformed an underused corner of Charleston, West Virginia into the Girl Zone - a thriving youth center and the headquarters of the Council. The space now houses dozens of summer day camps, get-togethers, and overnight stays, providing girls with opportunities to build their self-esteem, leadership skills, and confidence. It is a safe, fun space for girls to learn, play, and be themselves - an important resource Anne championed for the community and for West Virginia girls.
Please join Girl Scouts of Black Diamond and the McCuskey Family in honoring and remembering Anne for the inspiring and dedicated community leader she was. You may donate here or please reach out to Beth Casey at 304-553-7028 to discuss different amounts or different giving options. She may also be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.