The present Girls' Brigade is an amalgamation, in 1964, of three different girls' organisations. These were the Girls' Brigade formed in 1893 at Sandymount, Ireland by Miss Margaret Lyttle. Its aim "the extension of Christ's Kingdom among girls", The Girls' Guildry formed in 1900, in Scotland, with the aim of helping girls to become mature Christian women and The Girls' Life Brigade formed in England. The motto was "to save life" and the aim "to help and encourage girls become responsible, self-reliant Christian women". Projects and companies in many parts of the world.
Girls' Brigade NSW
Describes the activities in New South Wales, Australia and provides resources for current members. Includes calendar, links to local companies, and information for Pioneers. (September 14, 2004)
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