All troops, service units, and day camps are required to submit an annual financial report. GSNEO has streamlined this process so that these annual unit financial reports are submitted online.
Click the link below to enter your unit's annual financial report. If you find that you need additional information while entering your financial information, you are able to save your work, and come back later to complete your report. Please make sure you have your unit number and GSNEO PIN ready to authenticate that you are the unit leader. This is not your debit card PIN. If you do not have a GSNEO PIN, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For unit number, key in EITHER your troop number, your service unit number, or your day camp number as in 40073, SU302, OR DC411. DO NOT COMBINE THEM with a slash. For example, 40073/302 will not work.
We recommend that you save your work frequently.
Tools to Help You Manage Troop/Service Unit Finances
Volunteers have developed two Excel Templates tools that they have found useful in managing troop finances.
The Treasurer Tracking Template allows leaders
The Expense Report Template is a form that each person needing reimbursement can fill out and return to the Troop Treasurer along with receipts. It helps the Troop Treasurer document the reason for the reimbursement.
If you wish to see the income and expense categories:
As girls grow, experience in Girl Scouting can help them learn to manage money wisely, understanding its value and developing habits of thrift, honesty and self-reliance. As you consider troop/group finances from the standpoint of the girl, remember to:
These financial guidelines have been developed by a group of volunteers and staff to help you carry out your responsibilities for the girls’ money, while helping them plan and conduct activities that are appropriate for their age, capabilities, and financial resources. Please review GSNEO Volunteer Policies related to finances here. Financial Management Policies begin on page 12.
Please become familiar with all the resources available to you, and conduct the troop/group’s business accordingly. This is an opportunity for you to role model financial literacy and responsibility. We trust that you will embrace the challenge of handling girls’ hard-earned money and your troop/group’s finances. We appreciate your commitment to Girl Scouts and helping to build girls of courage, confidence and character.
If you have questions, please discuss them with your service unit treasurer or membership, volunteer and program specialist, by calling 800-852-4474.
to track their expenses and categorize income and expenses for the financial report due every June. If you do this tracking as you go through the year - or all at the end, it will have all of your Financial Report Category Totals and Balances available