Cookie Program Resources for Sellers
Want to know about all the benefits of selling Girl Scout Cookies? Looking for a one-stop shop with the latest safety guidelines, information on earning the Girl Scout Cookie Activity pin, and tips for parents and volunteers working with Girl Scout Cookie professionals? Check out our resources below!
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GSUSA Cookie Resources Page for Troop Leaders and Volunteers
To help ensure that everyone—from troop leaders to cookie moms and dads to Girl Scouts themselves—gets the most out of this year’s cookie season, GSUSA has provide helpful resources like Cookie Family Program Booklets and Handouts, Safety Resources, Pins and Badges Information, and Handouts from “5 Skills for Girls” Toolkit.
Council Cookie Program Resources
Trainings, Guides, and Forms
- 2023 Cookie Program Training Webinar
- 2023 Cookie Program Training Slides (follow along and take notes with the webinar above)
- 2023 Cookie Program Volunteer Manual
- 2023 Cookie Rally Guide
- 2023 Cookie Program Caregiver Webinar
- Virtual Cookie Booth Guide
to Participate in Product Program
(online fillable form that goes to council)
- Permission to Participate in Product Program (for troop leaders to print or email)
- Tips for Socially Distanced Selling
- How the Cookie Crumbles
- Cookie Dough Redemption Form for Event
- Initial Order Deliver Q&A
Digital Marketing Resources
The Girl Scout Cookie Program is a girl-led program and online marketing and sales efforts should always be led by a girl while also being supervised by her parents or caregivers. Girls are only to use the internet to market the Girl Scout Cookie Program to friends and family. Friends and family of a girl participating in the cookie program must not market or share a girl’s contact information, sales links, or sales information on public-facing online sites or with any news outlets.
For safety, online marketing activities should always be done through accounts set to “private”. Should any online marketing activities be identified as in violation of guidance, GSMISTS reserves the right to intervene and request removal or remove the post. For more details on appropriate ways to use social media for the Cookie Program, see our Safety Activity Checkpoints.