Selling Girl Scout Cookies is one of the most iconic activities Girl Scouts engage in. But that’s just one piece of the story.
As participants in the Girl Scout Cookie Program—the largest girl-led entrepreneurial program in the world— your Girl Scouts also gain five skills as they build their business smarts, earn money for activities they choose, and prepare for amazing adventures that last a lifetime.
With support from volunteers, like you, your Girl Scouts will unbox their future and make this make this the best cookie season yet!
December 2 - New Troop Cookie Manager Virtual Training - Register Here
December 29 - Volunteer access to Digital Cookie begins
January 1 – Girls begin taking orders using their order card and sending emails using Digital Cookie
January 18 - Preview GSGATL Cookie Booths offered this season. Log into eBudde to get a sneak peek at the booth opportunities available for sign up from council
January TBD by Troop Leader/Cookie Manager - Girl orders are due to the Troop Cookie Manager (TCM)
January 28 – Troop Initial Order eBudde deadline (11:59 p.m.)
February 1 - Electronic Authorization Form Due
February 10 - Count N Go
February 11 - Cookie Booths Begin
February 15 - Cookie Cupboards Open
February 16-18 - National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend
February 16 - Troop Digital Cookie links go live on Cookie Finder
March 8 - ACH Pull #1
March 9 - All Digital Cookie sites close for girl delivery & shipped. Cookie cupboards close.
March 11 - Troop final reward order due
March 31 - Digital Cookie closes for all sales, as well as digital payments
April 5 - ACH Pull #2
Week of April 15 - Final rewards delivery begins to Service Units
April 30 - Booth sales end
May 18 - Goal Getters Club Event at Zoo Atlanta
June 6-9 - Universal Trip
All troops earn proceeds as a percentage of their total sales.
Troop Proceeds = 17% of Total Sales
Girl Scout Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Troops ONLY can opt out of individual girl rewards (and still receive participation patches) to earn an additional 2% of their total sales.
Juliette proceeds go to the Juliette program, which provides programming, scholarships and other benefits to girls in the program.
Troops that have a final PGA (per ger average) of 250 boxes by the end of the program will earn adjustable lanyards for each girl selling and baseball cap for 2 volunteers.
Troops that have a final PGA (per ger average) of 750 boxes by the end of the program will earn Six Flags tickets for each girl selling and 2 volunteers.
Digital Cookie Toolbox