Eastern Orthodox Committee on Scouting
The Eastern Orthodox Committee on Scouting offers youth an extensive Religious Award program for grades 1-12.
Members of the Churches of Christ for Scouting
The Members of the Churches of Christ for Scouting is dedicated to helping youth develop servant hearts for Christ.
National Lutheran Association on Scouting
The National Lutheran Association on Scouting is a resource for youth and adults to know more about the religious emblems program for scout members endorsed by the Lutheran Church.
Learn more about these and other Religious Recognitions girls may earn by reading AHG's Guide to Religious Recognitions .
Endorsement of the AHG Program
The Archdiocese of St. Louis
In March 2014, the Archdiocese of St. Louis released a statement encouraging support of faith-based organizations for girls, including American Heritage Girls. Another letter of endorsement from the Archdiocese came out in November 2014.
Association of Baptists for Scouting
The Association of Baptist for Scouting's mission is "to bring youth to Christ through a Scouting Ministry". In May 2012, the Association of Baptists for Scouting officially voted to recognize, by means of a Memorandum of Understanding , the American Heritage Girls as a partner organization.
The Diocese of Birmingham
In November 2014, the Most Reverend Robert Baker, Bishop of Birmingham, signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the Diocese of Birmingham and American Heritage Girls.
The Diocese of Colorado Springs
In June 2015, Bishop Michael Sheridan of the Diocese of Colorado Springs, wrote a letter of endorsement for the American Heritage Girls program.
The Diocese of Ft. Worth
In March 2015, the Most Reverend Michael F. Olson, Bishop of Ft. Worth, signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the Diocese of Ft. Worth and American Heritage Girls.
The Diocese of Rockford
In May 2011, The Most Reverend Thomas G. Doran, Bishop of Rockford, wrote a letter of endorsement for the American Heritage Girls program within the Diocese of Rockford in Rockford, IL.
The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod
On May 14, 2014, the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod (LCMS) extended a Memorandum of Understanding to American Heritage Girls (AHG). According to the MOU, AHG will partner with the local LCMS church to "assist and support girls through spiritual development, life skill enhancement, development of teamwork, social skills, girl leadership skills while building confidence and discovering their identity in Christ."
Original Free Will Baptist Churches
American Heritage Girls and the Original Free Will Baptist Church signed a Memorandum of Mutual Support in 2010. The OFWB Church and AHG have agreed to work together in establishing AHG Troops as a ministry outreach opportunity for the church.