Gift cards for girls, toys and gifts for young boys are available to families at Scout Headquarters in New Hampshire, The Hill reported Friday.

The organization’s new program is called Girl Scouts for All.

The program offers gifts for each of the 1.5 million Girl Scouts in the country, who receive their Eagle Scout badges at age 10.

“We wanted to create a program that would help girls and young women who might not be able to afford a toy or clothing,” said Katie Miller, executive director of the Girl Scouts of America.

“Our mission is to empower girls to be a part of a family and a community and make a difference.”

The program includes a variety of gifts for children, including toys, games and gifts.

The Boy Scouts of the USA is also accepting applications.

The Girl Scouts say the program is a chance for girls to meet the Scout Promise, which states, “You will be treated with dignity and respect and be valued for who you are.”

The program also offers a $1,000 scholarship for a new girl to attend a private school.

The Girl Scouts said it is important for families to have a place to send their daughters and boys.

They also say they are committed to working to eliminate gender-based violence in the Girl Scouting program.

The Girl Scout program is being launched after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in June that the Boy Scouts are required to treat girls and boys equally.

Earlier this month, the Boy Scout executive board voted to suspend the program, saying it was hurting troop morale.