Funding Withdrawn

On October 1, 2013, the Girl Scouts of Eastern Mass. stopped funding the maintenance and operations of the Hingham Girl Scout House.  In the same year, the roof began leaking and the furnace stopped working several times.

Community Steps Forward

A major campaign was launched in Hingham to Help Save The Girl Scout House. The response was very positive from the Girl Scouts and the community at large with approximately $130,000 raised in the first year from donations, CPC funds, and in-kind services.

Progress Reports

The following provides a summary of key challenges and activities, sources of revenue, operating expenses, and capital improvements

2016 President's Report (.pdf)

2015 President's Report (.pdf)

2014 President's Report (.pdf)

2013 President's Report (.pdf)

  • Preservation Phase 1
  • Preservation Phase 2
  • Preservation Phase 3
  • Preservation Phase 4

Immediate Needs

$18,000 Raised - Project Completed - Disaster Avoided

roof replaced May 2014


In June 2013, the roof began to leak. To preserve the interior of the building, a tarp was immediately placed on

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Building Stabilization

windows need new glazing Completed - Approx $105K

Building Stabilization includes projects that are necessary to bring the building out of disrepair and preserve as much of the original building as possible. The

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Repair and Refurbish

This phase includes projects to repair and refinish the interior of the house to ensure it can be used by the community. Safety is the primary focus

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ADA Compliance: Accessibility

Girl Scouts is an all inclusive organization yet the building is not handicap accessible. Access into the front of the building currently requires traveling over 2 stone

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