All posts by Katie Possingham

‘Mamma Mia!’ – Fundraiser for Britannia Park

The Wine-A-Lot Trefoil Guild are hosting a movie fundraiser for Britannia Park! Come along to the Palace Theatre in Balwyn to watch ‘Mama Mia: Here We Go Again’ and enjoy […]

State Team Report 15 June 2018

We are always busy, but with lots of us out and about selling biscuits each weekend in May and June we are extra busy! It has been really exciting seeing […]

Flag Bearing at the MCG

Girl Guides Victoria has once again been asked by the AFL to assist with carrying flags – this year at half time for their Welcome Round on Sunday 1 July. […]

State Environment Day

GGV is once again teaming up with Fisheries Victoria to bring you a day full of connecting and engaging with the natural world around us. State Environment Day is an […]

Becoming a Manager – Canterbury

Managers are the keystone of their areas: supporting and facilitating their volunteers just as the volunteers support the girls. This one-day training develops the practical skills of Guides management: administration […]

Learning Partner Training – Essendon

This training will give Leaders who have been qualified for 2 years or more skills in coaching, active listening, and questioning. It will assist them to be positive role models […]

Girl Led Workshop (Southern Region)

So you’ve heard about this thing called Girl Led and are curious to find out what it’s all about. Fantastic! At Girl Guides Victoria we have been taking a new […]

Queen’s Guide Information Session

Calling all Guides aged 13+! Guides, Leaders, and Parents: Join us as we unlock the mysteries of the Queen’s Guide Award. Set your sights on the exciting challenges ahead! When: Saturday […]

National Report June 2018

What a month May has been! Definitely a month of Guiding awareness for our communities. Lots of Guides out and about sharing in many different activities. Many Victorian Guides had […]

Kuungana Olave Camp and Conference

Kuungana is a State-based National Leadership and Self-development Conference for Olaves across Australia. Deriving from Swahili, the term ‘Kuungana’ means to connect and that’s exactly what will be happening. This is […]