Selling Girl Scout cookies is a voluntary activity. Every girl who participates must provide written parental/guardian consent and receives information and training about her council’s Girl Scout Cookie Program.
Cookie Q & A
Participating in the Girl Scout Cookie Program is just the beginning of all the things girls can do. This annual event and time-honored tradition is so much more than a sale — it’s a way for girls to develop the five skills that they’ll use throughout their lives. This is just one of the reasons we encourage you to buy your cookies from a Girl Scout — the Cookie Professional! Your purchase means you get tasty cookies — and a girl learns a lifetime of skills.
Who sells Girl Scout cookies?
How can I purchase Girl Scout cookies?
What do girls learn from selling cookies?
How does the Girl Scout Cookie Program benefit the community?
Who selects the cookie varieties?
What are the sizes, quantities and prices of Girl Scout cookies?
Are all Girl Scout cookies kosher?
What if I am not satisfied with my cookies?
How does the cookie revenue benefit girls?
When I buy Girl Scout cookies, where does the money go?
Why do councils receive some of the proceeds?
Is the purchase of Girl Scout cookies tax-deductible?
Does any part of the cookie revenue go to support other organizations other than Girl Scouting?