New! Dolores Huerta Girl Scout Patch

Are you looking for a way to inspire your girls to become awesome women leaders?  Here is the patch for you!

Dolores Huerta, co-founder of the United Farm Workers, has dedicated her life to making the world a better place, especially for farmworkers, immigrants, and women. She is well known throughout the nation for her community organizing efforts and the slogan, ¡Si Se Puede!, (Yes, it can be done!).

And she was a Girl Scout for ten years! In 2007, Dolores said, “Now that I look back at everything I’ve done in my life, I can say it started when I was a shy 8-year in Stockton (CA.) and I became a Girl Scout.”

Do you want your girls to be among the first in the nation to earn a Dolores Huerta Girl Scout Patch? Check out the links below. All files are downloadable.

Click here to view a personal letter from Dolores Huerta to girls

Click here to view requirements for girls in grades K-5

Click here to view requirements for girls in grades 6-12

Click here to view the Dolores Huerta Biography

Click here to view the Dolores Huerta Glossary

What if I have questions about earning the patch?
You can e-mail hispanicinitiative@girlscoutshcc.org

How can I order patches?
Click here to order the Dolores Huerta Girl Scout Patch

Please note: The Dolores Huerta Girl Scout Patch is licensed by Girl Scouts Heart of Central California. The patch may only be used to give to girls who earn it, or to promote earning the patch. The patch may not be used to create other products or for financial gain.  

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Questions?

For more information please e-mail us at info@girlscoutshcc.org.