As a cookie volunteer, you are an integral part of Girl Scouting’s largest financial literacy initiative for girls ages 5-17, teaching them skills that will carry them through life. You also play a big role in making our cookie program successful from year to year. We thank you for your dedication to the girls and our mission.
Troop Cookie Managers can begin to enter their troop's initial order in Smart Cookies
Last day for Troop Cookie Managers to enter their initial cookie order in Smart Cookies
Cookie Dough earned from the 2023 cookie program expires
2024 Girl Scout Cookie Program begins
Cookie Cupboards Open (only Monday it is open during the season)
Cookie Booths start
2024 Girl Scout Cookie Program ends
Cookie Promotion Resources
Sofia Explains the Direct Cookie Sale
What Grown-Ups Need to Know About Selling Cookies
What is a Girl-Led Product Program?
Help Parents Understand the Value and Benefits of the Girl Scout Cookie Program (Spanish)
2024 Troop Cookie Manager Digital Cookie Training: Video
2024 Parent/Caregiver Digital Cookie Training: Video
GSCP2P's council-wide service project and gift of caring program, called Cookies for a Cause, supports a local “cause” and a different “cause” agency every year. This year, cookies ordered for Cookies for a Cause will be going to local first responders, U.S. military and local food banks.
Online Social Networking Sites
Any use of a social networking site (such as Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, YouTube, Flickr) for Girl Scout program activities, including marketing and/or collecting customer commitments must:
Have parental permission for use of the tools and for posting of any photos
Reference the Internet Safety Pledge
Troops whose girls meet age criteria may set up a troop social networking site with parental permission. Girls can market product on this site, but cannot collect money. (This site should be approved by the council.) A girl or troop over 13 may work in partnership with an adult to market online using the social networking site of the adult. Any follow-up should be done following safety guidelines for Girl Scout product sales. Any use of online video sharing sites where the video is representing Girl Scouts or Girl Scout product must follow specific age and requirements for that site, as well as have council approval and Girl Scout photo release forms signed by parents/guardians and any adults pictured. It is recommended that forms be scanned and stored electronically by the adult in charge and/or the council.