Contact your Product Sales Associate for a login and password to use this informative tool about the Cookie Program.
Click here for a list of volunteer cupboards.
Click here for a list of warehouse hours.
The Girl Scout Cookie Program is much more than a fundraiser. It's a fun way for girls of all ages to earn the money that fuels their dreams. And it's a powerful, hands-on leadership and entrepreneurial program.
It takes a team!
Girl Scout cookie season is a group effort. A troop volunteer will need a cookie volunteer to run the logistics of the sale. A cookie volunteer will need volunteer parents to help with picking up Girl Scout Cookies, chaperoning booth sales and more. Build your team, and you’ll build a great experience for girls—minus the stress.
With your help, girls learn 5 Skills during Girl Scout cookie season:
• Goal Setting
• Decision Making
• Money Management
• People Skills
• Business Ethics
Follow these Five Steps to Cookie Success:
1 – Kickoff the Cookie Season
Holding a Kickoff Rally is a great way to get started! Check out the Rally Guide here! Or, attend the Samoas Birthday Bash—Little Brownie Bakers’ Virtual Cookie Rally—on January 10, 2015 at 2:00 PM. It’s the biggest Cookie Party EVER! Visit www.littlebrowniebakers.com to learn more. And finally, you also won’t want to miss the Cookie Crunch Time! event being held at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on January 31, 2015 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM. Registration closes at 11:59 PM ET on January 10, 2015, so don’t delay! Click here to register for Cookie Crunch Time.
2 – Set Goals and Track Progress
Help girls select two goals that inspire them - one for fun and learning and one for making the world a better place.
3 – Hold a Family Meeting
Adults need to understand the importance of an activity before they give it their full support. Engaging families encourages them to be involved.
4 – Sell Beyond Family and Friends
People LOVE Girl Scout Cookies and are generally predisposed to buying them. Many women say their first business success was getting a "yes" from an unknown customer. Encourage your girls to market beyond people they know.
5 – Celebrate and Share Your Success!
Using a goal tracker to watch sales grow keeps everyone focused on the goal. When girls reach their goal, remember to celebrate!