Want to make this cookie season the best one yet? Check out some of the fun activities and materials for Girl Scouts from our partners at ABC Bakers.
Are you managing the Girl Scout Cookie Program for your troop or service unit? Follow these steps to get registered and start receiving program updates:
Troop Cookie Chairs are required to complete the Troop Cookie Chair Responsibility Agreement Form to work with the Troop Leadership team to promote, coordinate, and direct the troop cookie program as well as manage the troop’s participation in the cookie program. Print and complete the form below and email or deliver it to your local product program staff member.
Troop trainings begin through GSLearn in November along wtih virtual Q&A events throughout November. Check our event calendar for details.
We are once again using the TEAM APP to provide Troop Cookie Chairs and Service Unit Cookie Chairs with "must-know" information throughout the Cookie Program. We can also post PDF forms and videos in this app to help make your job easier! We know you are busy, and you might have taken Cookie Training a month or two before the sale starts. We want to provide you with tools to help you have a successful, less frustrating Cookie Program.
If you have any issues with TEAM APP, contact Emily Marquez.
Girl safety is the top priority while selling Girl Scout Cookies and other products. Volunteers, families, and girls should be familiar with and practice the safety guidelines outlined in the local program resources below as well as those available in the safety section of girlscoutcookies.org.
Financial Forms for a successful cookie program.
Digital Cookie is the new customer facing order platform for the Girl Scout Cookie Program. This training guide will help Troop Cookie Chairs understand how to properly use the program.
Answers to the most commonly asked questions about Girl Scout Cookies and the Girl Scout Cookie Program can be found here.
2024 FAQs Coming Soon.
Your troop can set up its own booth sale at local businesses that are not already GSTOP booth sites. GSTOP booth sites are: Kroger, Walmart, United Grocers or affiliated stores, Sams, Albertson's, Lowe's, and Tom Thumb.
Suggestions for troop booths include local restaurants, places of worship, stores/boutiques, and banks. The idea is to think outside the box and get cookies in the hands of our community supporters.
There is no limit to the number of Troop secured booths a troop can submit.
Follow these steps to secure your own Troop Booth:
Here is a short video on how to enter Troop secured booth in Smart Cookie.
The City of Fort Worth and the City of Abilene require Girl Scouts to have a Door-to-Door permit for the Cookie Program. Please download and have this permit available, if you live in these areas.
Fort Worth Permit - permit will be available before 2024 Cookie Program begins.
Abilene Permit - permit will be available before 2024 Cookie Program begins.
Area specific time tables:
Girl Scouts who use Smart Cookies and other online resources sell more Girl Scout Cookies than those who only use traditional methods, like booths and door-to-door sales!
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|Wichita Falls||Linda Gibbonsfirstname.lastname@example.org||940-228-4825|
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800-582-7272 ext. 1140