With Girlguiding girls have the best experiences
For girls aged 5-7, our Rainbows section is all about learning by doing and having fun
Brownies is about trying new things that teach girls about themselves, their community and their world
For girls from 10-14, the Guide programme includes lots of different badges and awards - that you can choose from!
The Senior Section is all about looking wider, taking charge and expanding your horizons
Our exciting new section for young women
Our new offer for women aged 18 to 30 is about fun, skills and unforgettable experiences.
Activities, badges and challenges to inspire and ignite girls' imaginations
Find out about the great things you can do with Girlguiding!
We're part of a truly global movement so we can offer our members a range of amazing international adventures
Hear from girls, volunteers and supporters about their experiences and get the latest news from Girlguiding
Experience a world of adventure at Girlguiding's Activity Centres from a day trip to a week-long stay
Girlguiding gives girls great experiences that they will enjoy now, remember forever and benefit from in the future.
Take the first step to joining us - register your daughter's interest in Girlguiding
From membership fees to uniform, Girlguiding is an affordable way for your daughter to grow and have fun
Whatever inspires your daughter, whatever her interests, Girlguiding offers the chance to develop her potential
What girls do when they're in Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and The Senior Section is changing. Find out how.
Girls in guiding are supported by inspiring volunteers who give their time, expertise and enthusiasm
When girls feel safe they push themselves to do incredible things. Here's what we do to keep your daughter safe
We provide specialist funding and support to girls and young women with additional needs so they can experience the fun
There are lots of simple ways you can support Girlguiding and help girls to have fun and reach their potential
Whether you’re new to Girlguiding or have been involved before, we offer a huge range of rewarding and fun volunteering
Join our amazing team of volunteers - whether you've got lots or only a little time to spare
Find out why there is no better charity to partner with than Girlguiding
Donate to us and you're investing in the future of thousands of girls
Become a fundraiser to make a real difference to the experiences we can offer to girls and volunteers in guiding
Volunteering, fundraising, sharing skills - see all the ways that adults get involved in guiding
Practical guidance and tools to help you deliver our programme and run activities in a safe and creative way
Explore our resource library to find unit forms, marketing materials, merchandise and information about our brand
Specialist frameworks and practical guidance to help you provide girls with a programme that supports their development
From unit finances to working as a team - advice and support to help you run guiding in your local area
Ideas to help you recruit and retain more members and grow guiding across the UK
All the skills you need to give girls the best guiding experiences - from leading and safeguarding to narrowboating.
More about the innovative work that we're doing to achieve our Being our best plan for 2020
Your opportunities as a volunteer - from working directly with girls to keeping things running in the office
Information and resources that are relevant to you in your role as Commissioner
Volunteers must follow policies so that all guiding units are safe spaces for girls to learn, have fun and be heard
The Guiding Manual is now part of the Girlguiding website - here's how to find what you need for everyday guiding
Our new programme is coming so we're ready to celebrate - dive into these resources to learn all about it
We give girls and young women a voice so they can speak out on the issues that matter to them and make change happen
Make change today. For our world, tomorrow.
Our annual flagship survey into the lives of girls and young women in the UK
We give girls a voice and empower them to change the world
If you're a girl in guiding, we want to empower you to change what is holding you back
As the leading charity for girls and young women in the UK, we empower nearly half a million girls to be their best
Girlguiding is dedicated to creating a better world for girls and young women
We are proud to make a positive impact on the lives of girls and young women across the UK
Meet the organisations that are helping make guiding happen
Responses to news, arrange interviews with young spokeswomen and access the latest research on issues affecting girls
Get to know our unique charity for girls and young women
Find out what it's like to work for Girlguiding - and see our current vacancies
18 March: Girlguiding ambassador Anna McNuff announces her latest big challenge
9 January 2019: Angela Salt OBE has been appointed as Chief Executive of Girlguiding.
Being online and comparing themselves to others is one of the leading factors of loneliness in girls.
25 September 2018: Amanda Medler, Chief Guide and Ruth Marvel, Acting Chief Executive respond
Girlguiding announces all new badges and activities as part of biggest ever revamp
The project aims to help more young people make a difference in their communities
Amey will co-sponsor Girlguiding's new Innovate skills builder badges
Girlguiding and People’s Postcode Lottery are celebrating five years of funding from players
New Saver badge for Guides to be revealed as part of Girlguiding’s new revolutionised programme in the summer
A new period poverty badge is available for girls to pledge support and banish stigma
After almost 6 years with Girlguiding, our CEO Julie Bentley is moving on.
New badge will be available to Brownies as part of Google's Digital Adventure Challenge
Julie Bentley responds to recent coverage of our policy on allowing transgender children to join our organisation
Girlguiding's Advocates 'disappointed' and 'dismayed' at return of page three in today's edition of The Sun
Girlguiding joins forces with easyJet to engage more girls in aviation
Girlguiding appoints adventurer Anna McNuff as official ambassador
Girlguiding's Advocate Panel welcomes new guidance for schools on tackling sexual violence and harassment
Our statement on recent coverage about our equality and diversity policy
Girlguiding's Advocate Panel has spoken out on Government proposals to tackle online abuse
Girlguiding's 2017 Girls' Attitudes Survey reveals girl are encountering gender stereotypes in all areas of their lives
Help Girlguiding branches in the Caribbean rebuild their units after Hurricane Irma
Girlguiding’s Advocates have their say on the news size zero models will be banned by some fashion houses
The pressure to showcase a ‘perfect’ life online is affecting the wellbeing of girls and young women.
Girlguiding Advocate Panel speaks out: End sexual harassment of girls and young women and empower girls to take action
Girlguiding statement following the attack in Manchester
The activities girls do in Girlguiding are being revolutionised as part of a major transformation
Girlguiding is calling for a commitment from all media outlets to stop commenting on what politicians look like
A member of our Advocate panel shares what she thinks about the front page of the Daily Mail today
Girlguiding research shows Mums are six times more likely than female celebrities to land top female role model spot
Here’s how girls across the UK helped drive the government’s decision to make SRE compulsory in England
The Advocates have their say on the government’s announcement about Sex and Relationships Education (SRE)
Our spokeswoman responds to an investigation by ITV Tonight into the scale of sexual harassment
Girlguiding's Advocates welcome the Local Government Association's report on sex and relationships education
Girlguiding is proud to support all girls. Find out more about our Equality and Diversity policy
The report highlights the urgent need for equal gender representation in parliament
The Advocate Panel welcomes plans by the government to introduce mental health training in secondary schools
The Advocates tell us what they think about the government's response to a report on sexual harassment in schools
Advocate Emma explains why the Be Real Body Image Code is an important campaign.
A study has found that taking part in Guiding or Scouting helps to lower the risk of mental illness in later life
Delegate Al Jones comments on how the UK Taskforce’s findings support our campaign against sexual harassment in schools
The UN has appointed Wonder Woman as their honorary ambassador for girls’ empowerment. Advocate Adeola Gbakinro responds
The Girls’ Attitudes Survey 2016 reveals a steep five year decline in girls’ body confidence since 2011
Girlguiding is inviting its young members to sign up to U-Report, a global platform for young people to speak out
The Young Women's Trust report shows that young women are worst affected by fears and concerns for the future.
Advocate Harpriya Singh explains why she's excited to see Emma Warmsley at GlaxoSmithKline's helm
Girlguiding Advocates call for education ministers to take sexual harassment in schools seriously
We're delighted to see some current and former Girlguiding members at the Paralympics in Rio
Two thousand Girlguiding members enjoyed an action packed Bank Holiday weekend at a girl only festival near Lyndhurst
Girlguiding unveils ground-breaking Action for Change project to empower girls and young women to take positive action
Award-winning business woman Valerie le Vaillant appointed as Girlguiding’s most senior volunteer
Jess Glynne, Fleur East and Matt DeFreitas are among the stars who helped us celebrate BIG GIG's 15th birthday
Microsoft has joined forces with Girlguiding to listen to girls’ views on digital technology
Girlguiding launches new badge programme to boost the wellbeing and resilience of a generation
The UK’s youngest MP, Olympic and Paralympic athletes and equality and human rights campaigners all feature
Six young members from across the UK are encouraging others to make a positive difference in their community
34% of girls age 11-16 say they cannot access the same choice in sport and exercise, as the boys at their school
Only 35% of young women aged 17-21 believe women and men have the same chance of succeeding in their chosen jobs
With Girlguiding girls have the best experiences. Register your daughter to join us - or volunteer to make guiding happen.