Tiffany Seaford recognized by Girl Scouts

Published 5:27 pm Tuesday, June 1, 2021

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At Girl Scouts, volunteers are the heart of the organization, the change-makers who make it all possible.

They lead girls to try new things and become leaders in our communities.

They provide mentorship to girls as they grow.

And over the past year, they have helped girls face challenging times and come out stronger.

In short, Girl Scout volunteers help to make our world a better place.

Each spring, Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont (GSCP2P) has the honor of recognizing these exceptional volunteers during the organization’s Annual Meeting. This year, GSCP2P held a Virtual Town Hall Meeting in lieu of an in-person event and volunteers were recognized during the program.

Tiffany Seaford of Mocksville received the Appreciation Award. The award recognizes a registered Girl Scout adult who has delivered outstanding service to at least one geographic area or program delivery audience.

Seaford, a Gold Award recipient and lifetime member, has been involved with Service Unit 137- Davie County for more than five years. She serves on the service team as the Service Unit Specialist, Service Unit Banking Specialist, Fall Product Manager, Cookie Manager and Cookie Cupboard Manager. She has also hosted World Thinking Day events for several years. Seaford goes out of her way to help and engage all the volunteers in her area.

“Volunteers are what make the Girl Scout Leadership Experience happen,” said GSCP2P Chief Operating Officer Gayle Rose. “They do so much for today’s girls- from leading troop meetings to introducing girls to new experiences to guiding  them into their future. And because of them, our mission is possible.”   

Do you want to be a change-maker too?

To learn more about volunteering with Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont, call 800-672-2148 or visit