Have you been involved in Girls’ Brigade England & Wales in the past (even if you’re still involved)? If so, we’d love to hear from you!
In 2018, to celebrate Girls’ Brigade (GB) turning 125, we'll be launching a new alumni network. This will be a community of past members, connected to present stories, supporting the future work of GB. It will fill the place of our current ARMS (Associate and Retired Members Scheme).
Through this community, we hope to enable those previously involved in GB to connect with old friends, share their stories and hear ways that they can get involved in the ongoing work of GB.
As we develop and shape this community, we'd love to hear the thoughts of those previously involved in GB – whether as a girl, leader, parent, minister, or in another way.
Do you have a GB connection? Will you help us shape this community?
We'd love to hear your thoughts and ideas. Please consider taking some time to complete our short survey.
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