The Cookies with a Mission
Participating in the Girl Scout Cookie Sale program helps girls develop five essential skills: goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics. For more information on how to sell Girl Scout Cookies, click here.
100% of the money earned from the Cookie program stays right in your community. Your girl, her troop, and our council will receive some pretty awesome benefits. The troop will receive money for activities and girls receive recognition prizes and "Cookie Dough" to use at camp, program, or in the shop. In addition to this, new for 2013, girls will earn Cookie Adventure Points where they can truly choose their own adventure as a reward for selling Girl Scout Cookies. The council proceeds help train volunteers, maintain camp properties, and keep program costs affordable.
Girls participate by selling directly to customers with cookies in hand beginning February 2. Girls will earn recognitions through March 10. Girls will earn cumulative recognitions and cookie dough during this time. The Sale is managed in each community by a team of volunteers who will distribute order cards and be available for training and support. If you have more questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Thanks-a-Mint for supporting the Girl Scout Cookie Program!
Forms and Resources
411 on Online Marketing: The "Do's" and "Don'ts" of online marketing.
ABC Bakery web site: Girls can see pictures of what you can earn, learn about the products, get selling tips, participate in games and online goal setting, andsend E-cards to friends and family and much more! Families can learn ways to support their daughter, selling and safety tips, plus much more.
Cookie Activity Pin: All girls who participate in the Girl Scout Cookie Program are eligible to earn the annual Cookie Activity Pin, which recognizes the "5 skills" learned and practiced during the sale. Click on the link to learn about the requirements for earning.
Door Hangers: Use to hang on customer's doors who were not home while selling.
G-4 Parent Permission & Responsibility Form: To be signed prior to the start date by all parents/guardians giving permission for their daughter to sell and accept financial responsibility for product and money collected.
Girl Scout Internet Safety Pledge: To be signed by all girls and parents/guardians prior to engaging in online marketing activities.
Goal Setting: A form to use to set goals individual goals with girls.
Juliette Answer Book: This guide can be used for Juliettes selling Girl Scout Cookies. Please contact your Product Sales and Finance Specialist if your daughter is a Juliette that would like to participate in the 2013 Girl Scout Cookie Sale.
Juliette Deposit Ticket: Parents/Guardians of Juliettes should use these when depositing 2013 Girl Scout Cookie Money at the Waite Park Regional Center on the dates speicified on the bottom of each ticket and in the Juliette Answer Book.
Super Seller Sister Form: Verify sisters have each sold a minimum of 200+ packages each and qualify for the 300+ Super Seller Club.