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Cookie Rewards

In addition to the five key skills girls learn from the Girl Scout Cookie Program, girls whose troop chooses the base troop proceeds plan can earn individual girl rewards. Direct, booth and online sales, as well as cookies sold for Operation Sweet Treat all count towards a girl’s end-of-sale totals.

Rewards are cumulative, which means girls will earn the reward for the highest level achieved and each reward at the lower levels of achievement (with the exception of the achievement bar, which is earned for the highest level of sales). Girls, whose troop chooses a proceeds plan higher than the base plan, forfeit all individual girl rewards other than those specifically noted.

To see this year’s girl rewards, please click here. Additional rewards are highlighted below:

Camp Thanks-A-Lot

All girls, regardless of their troop proceed plan selected, who sell at least 360 packages of cookies earn an overnight (along with an accompanying responsible adult) at one of our three Girl ScoutRecognition-Backpack camp properties during the summer of 2015 or a special Lead the Change backpack.

Girls who select Camp Thanks-A-Lot as their reward choice can select one of the following overnights:

  • June 27-28: Camp Ginger Cascades, Camp Pisgah or Keyauwee Program Center
  • July 11-12: Camp Ginger Cascades, Camp Pisgah or Keyauwee Program Center
  • July 18-19: Camp Ginger Cascades
  • July 25-27: Camp Pisgah or Keyauwee Program Center

In the event a camp reaches capacity, girls who register first will be given priority.

Earn Scholarships for Education

$25,000 in scholarships will be awarded for the 2015 Girl Scout Cookie Program. Each girl who sells 500 or more packages will have her name entered in a drawing to win a scholarship. For every additional 100 packages sold, her name will be entered in the drawing again.

We will draw for the followings scholarships at the GEO event on June 20, 2015.

  • Two – $500 scholarships at Daisy Age Level
  • Three – $500 scholarships at Brownie Age Level
  • Four – $500 scholarships at Junior Age Level
  • Five – $1,000 scholarships at Cadette Age Level
  • Five – $2,000 scholarships at Senior/Ambassador Age Level

In addition to the drawings above, the council will also award these three scholarships:

  • Top Seller – $2,500* scholarship
  • 2nd Highest Seller – $2,000* scholarship
  • 3rd Highest Seller – $1,000* scholarship

*In the event of a tie for first, second or third place, the girls will split the scholarship funds. For example – if two girls tie for second highest seller, each girl will receive a $1,500 scholarship and the third highest scholarship will not be awarded. If two girls tie for third highest seller, each girl will receive a $500 scholarship.