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For U.S. troops stationed across the nation and around the world, nothing says “home” like a box of Girl Scout Cookies! But getting them to troops can prove tricky and costly for individuals.

Through Project Troop to Troop, customers sponsor packages of Girl Scout cookies that are sent by Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains to our men and women in uniform. In 2013, over 48,000 packages of cookies were delivered to service men and women stateside and overseas!

Offer customers the opportunity to purchase cookies for Project Troop to Troop in addition to their personal order. Or, if a customer says, “I am on a diet.” or “I can’t eat cookies because of a medical condition.”, be sure to tell them about Project Troop to Troop!

GS-TOP Project Troop to Troop
Showing your support is easy! Simply let your Girl Scout Cookie sales representative know that you would like to sponsor cookies for Project Troop to Troop, and she’ll take care of the rest.
 
There is no additional charge to sponsor cookies through Project Troop to Troop, and donations to Project Troop to Troop are 100% tax deductible.  You can be sure that the Girl Scout Cookies you sponsor will bring a smile and a feeling of home to someone very deserving.
 
Troops - for more details about Project Troop to Troop, talk to your Troop Cookie Chair!  
 
For Cookie Professionals:
 
Decorate your cookie booth with the  Project Troop to Troop Poster and  Project Troop to Troop Flier
 
Be sure to give customers the Project Troop to Troop Donation Receipt
 
 
 
Handing out Girl Scout Cookies to soldiers arriving home at the airport?  
Take photos and email pr@gs-top.org!  
 
You can always post photos on the GS-TOP facebook page too! 

Troop 2198 Welcomes Soldiers at JRB

 
 
 
 
 
 
"Thank you for helping to mold me into the woman I am today and thank you for your dedication to our troops. A Girl Scout cookie is always a tasty reminder of home and they follow us everywhere we go!"
 
 
Alison Wortman (pictured right), is one of our home-grown Girl Scouts and is one of our former Gold Award recipients!