Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma merged three councils to form one, representing more than 30 counties. Its council headquarters was outdated, overcrowded, inefficient and could not serve the organization in the years to come. When Girl Scouts leadership approached Dini Spheris, they wanted to understand what it would take to launch a capital campaign (it had been 20 years since the last capital campaign). After two years of partnership, the Girl Scouts exceeded their goal and finished a $12 million campaign. The campaign received six gifts over $1 million–an impressive feat considering it had been 20 years since the last seven-figure gift. The Girl Scouts leadership forged new connections with donors, strengthened their fundraising skills and transformed how they communicated their impact. Thanks to the relationships Dini Spheris helped facilitate, the Girl Scouts turned one-time donors into lifelong supporters. Now the council is operating in a facility that reflects its importance and is supported by partners that believe in its future.