The Girls Scouts of Eastern Missouri received two gifts totaling $3.5 million to be invested in an endowment to support the organization’s Community Troop Program going forward.

Jo Ann Taylor Kindle, president of Enterprise Holdings Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the car rental giant, has made a $2 million gift to the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri, the single largest contribution in the organization’s history.

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Separately, the Crawford Taylor Foundation, one of the region’s largest charitable foundations, gave $250,000 to support the Community Troop Program for the 2017-’18 year, with a remaining gift of $1.25 million directed to the program’s endowment. Contributions from the foundation over the years “have impacted innumerable girls and have motivated the community to financially and personally support Girl Scouts,” organization officials said.

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