World Thinking Day Fund

World Thinking Day Fund

The World Thinking Day Fund enables WAGGGS to offer support and opportunities to girls and young women and Member Organisations around the world, allowing them to run projects and campaigns, attend training events, conferences, seminars and much more.

Donate to World Thinking Day

Support the World Thinking Day fund today!

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What is the World Thinking Day Fund

It all started in 1932 when Lady Olave Baden-Powell wrote a letter to all Girl Guides and Girls Scouts asking them to spare a penny to support Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting to grow. The idea is simple: one coin might not seem like a lot, but 10 million coins can grow our Movement and the potential of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts around the world.

WTD 2018 fund Join it


In this year’s Activity Pack, you can pick one of three World Thinking Day Fund activities. 



Every penny or cent you give makes our Movement even stronger, read our World Thinking Day 2017 Fund Report



You have 2 options:

  • Your National Association – Contact them first. Many National Associations collect donations to send to WAGGGS.
  • Directly to WAGGGS – You can donate Online OR Cheque, Credit Card or Bank Transfer OR Fundraise Online (See links below)

World Thinking Day Donation Form

Donate by Cheque, Credit Card or Bank Transfer

Download Donation Form

Fundraise for World Thinking Day

Set up your own fundraiser (international)

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Get your World Thinking Day Certificate when you send your donation

Every individual or group which makes a donation will receive a 'Thank You' letter and World Thinking Day Certificate as our way of showing our gratitude for all of your hard work!

If you made a donation to your Member Organisation and would like to print off a WAGGGS certificate for your group, follow this link.

Please be sure to send us your email and address so we know where to send it!

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There are a million of us. I am not good at arithmetic and I will not make any calculations which may not come true. But a penny, or two cents, or four annas or enough centimes or groschen or Heller or Filler or ore to make the same value, is not an immense amount, especially when it is perhaps saved or earned and given with a willing hand.

Lady Olave Baden-Powell, 1 November 1932

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