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Cookie Resources

Tools for Cookie Program Success

Find out how you can sell creatively, be safe, and reach your cookie-selling goals with our cookie seller resources below.

Important Dates

Below are important dates for the 2022-2023 Cookie Season! Check with your Troop Cookie Manager if you have any questions.

 

Wednesday, December 14
Digital Cookie opens for girls and parents/caregivers. Create your Digital Cookie page!
Monday, January 2
Cookie Pre-sales begin!
Saturday, January 7
Cookie University/Rally
Tuesday, January 17
Cookie Pre-sales end. Girl Scouts can continue selling cookies even after Pre-sales end!
Thursday, January 19
Troops submit Cookie Initial Order 
Tuesday, February 14
Maui Delivery Day
Wednesday, February 15
Kona Delivery Day
Thursday, February 16
Oahu, Molokai, Kauai and Hilo Delivery Day
Friday, February 17
Cookie booths begin for 6 weeks. National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend during the weekend of February 17-19
Sunday, March 26
Cookie sales end
Saturday, May 6
Cookie CEO Celebration
Family and Caregivers Guides
Cookie Badges & Pins

The Girl Scout Cookie Program is so much more than a box of cookies. It’s a programmatic approach to teaching the five skills and the foundation of the Girl Scouts Entrepreneurial Pillar. When girls sell Girl Scout Cookies, they practice goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics as they learn to think like an entrepreneur. Girl Scouts can earn badges and pins each year they run their own Girl Scout cookie business.

Cookie Program Badges & Pins

These new earned cookie and entrepreneur badges are available in the Volunteer Toolkit (VTK).

Cookie Entrepreneur Family Pins

Cookie Season is more fun with family! The Cookie Entrepreneur Family pin collection helps girls learn essential skills and how to think like entrepreneurs with support from their families. Each Girl Scout level has its own set of fun and educational requirements to help families guide their Girl Scout as she runs her own cookie business year after year. Girls can earn all 13 pins in the collection – one unique pin for every year they participate!

Learn more about the pin collection here

Online Cookie Badge Tips for Daisies,  Brownies,  Juniors,  Cadettes,  Seniors, and  Ambassadors

Cookie University

2023 Cookie University details will be announced soon!

If you have any questions, contact your Council Cookie Team. Click on the button below to register!

Cookie Captains

Are you a new troop? Or would you like a Cookie Captain to lead a cookie meeting for you? Fill out this form and we will connect the two of you! Need help from a Cookie Captain?  Click here

Cookie Captains are Cadette, Senior or Ambassadors that love COOKIES, and have been trained as a registered Cookie Captain for the 2022-2023 cookie season! Cookie Captains can impact the Girl Scout Community by mentoring younger Girl Scouts and/or first-time Cookie sellers in the art of selling Girl Scout Cookies. 

Cookie Captain flyer and job description

Cookie Marketing

We have lots of free downloadable cookie program resources to help you reach your goals!

Cookie Rewards

Check out this year’s cookie rewards! At select levels, girls can choose to receive either the reward item or Cookie Dough Program Credits to cover the costs of Council-led camps, events, shop items, your Girl Scout membership fee, and more! All girls are eligible to receive these rewards.

Cookie Campaigns
2022-2023 Cookie Campaigns will be announced soon!
National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend

February 18 - 20, 2022

Girls that sell 100 or more packages of cookies during National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend will earn the 2022 National Girl Scout Weekend patch! Sales can be from a combination of individual girl sales, booth sales and Digital Cookie but must be sold during the National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend. Troop Cookie Managers will select this patch quantity in eBudde during the final reward submission.

Design Your Adventure!

March 11 - 27, 2022

Download the complete flyer with details and QR code to submit your adventure art 

Our Girl Scout entrepreneurs work hard year-round, but especially during our Cookie Season. We want to see the ways your cookie business fuels your Girl Scout adventures! Draw, paint, or create a piece of art any way you want to show your next Girl Scout adventure and display it at a booth between March 11-27. Submit a photo of you with your artwork at a cookie booth by March 30th for a chance to win a $40 valued Girl Scout swag bag. TWO prizes will be awarded by Girl Scouts of Hawaii; one in each division – Division I is Daisy, Brownie, Junior, and Division II is Cadette, Senior, Ambassadors. The winning Girl Scouts will receive an exclusive Girl Scout swag bag valued at $40! Be creative in your ideas, drawings, and displays!

Digital Cookie / Virtual Sales

Watch your Girl Scout build her online marketing skills as she sets up her very own Digital Cookie website. She can send out her personal website link to family and friends via email to increase her sales through online orders. Digital Cookie will allow customers to shop from your Girl Scout’s website and ship directly to them.

Cookie Booths
Download our Booth Guide to find out all you need to know about Council, My Sales, and alternative booths! Perfect for volunteers and Girl Scout families, the booth guide includes detailed safety guidelines, the DIY tabletop shield, drive-thru booth safety and set-up guidelines, tips for virtual booths, no-contact deliveries and our new My Family Sales.
COVID-19 Safety Protocol for Cookie Sellers

Girls and families are given options when participating in the Girl Scout Cookie Program so they can determine the pathway that is right for them. 

Troops have a range of booth-hosting options—from virtual to differing levels in-person—to support a comfortable, safe experience for all girls. Girls and volunteers who exhibit signs of illness may not participate in the booth and door-to-door sales and deliveries. 

Digital Cookie: With the help of her parent/caregiver, a Girl Scout sets up Digital Cookie to sell online. Orders open on January 2, and in-person contactless deliveries will begin on February 17. This is a digital pathway where money is not exchanged. Girls may drop cookies on front porches or engage in other contactless forms of cookie delivery. Customers may also opt to purchase and donate cookies to first responders and essential workers through our Community Cookie program through their Digital Cookie online purchases. 
 
In-Person Sales: Starting January 2nd, and based on comfort level, a girl can begin selling in person. Girls may sell door-to-door, to family and friends, teammates, and beyond, asking their network of contacts to support their goals. Girl Scouts and their parents/caregivers should be aware of COVID-19 safety protocols and the steps to take in order to stay safe and healthy. Consider wearing face masks, sanitizing procedures, and maintaining social distancing.  
 
Family Booth Sales: Girl Scouts and their families can work with their Troop Cookie Manager to set up and signup for family booth sales starting February 17 as a new way to reach more customers. My Family Booth Sales can be at a location secured by Council or Troop (TCM will need to sign family up via eBudde) OR can be outside the home on private property. Girl Scouts and their parents/caregivers should be aware of COVID-19 safety protocols and the steps to take in order to stay safe and healthy. Consider wearing face masks, sanitizing procedures, and maintaining social distancing. Parents/caregivers and Girl Scouts hosting a My Family Sales Booth must be from the same household. No more than two adults and three Girl Scouts can be present. No non-member siblings are permitted. 
 
Troop and Council Booth Sales: Starting February 17, Girl Scouts can participate in Troop Booth Sales and Council Booth Sales with local partners, like grocery stores and more. Council Booth Sale locations are secured by Girl Scouts of Hawaii and troops can sign up for slots in eBudde, our Cookie Program software. Girl Scouts and their parents/caregivers should be aware of COVID-19 safety protocols and the steps to take in order to stay safe and healthy. Consider wearing face masks, having sanitizing procedures in place, and maintaining social distancing. Some vendors may have additional requirements to which Girl Scouts and adults will be expected to adhere in accordance with our partner agreements. Additionally, hand sanitizer should be available for girls, adults, and customers. When hosting a Troop Booth, be sure to follow all state and county COVID-19 safety guidelines. No non-member siblings are permitted. Some vendor partners may have additional limitations on the number of girls and adults that are allowed to be present at booth sales. 

Additional Safety Guidelines and Expectations

Contactless payments: We highly encourage girls and troops to accept contactless payments. Girls/troops can do this using the Digital Cookie mobile app. As a reminder, girls must have a Digital Cookie site setup in order to use the mobile app.

Contactless Cookie Delivery: Girls and volunteers will need to provide contactless cookie delivery to their customers. This means porch drop-offs for in-person girl deliveries (send customers a text when a safe distance away to verify they received their order) or placing of cookies into the back of a customer’s vehicle instead of being handed directly to the customer.

Follow All Safety Guidelines: Girls and volunteers must follow all local and GSH Council guidance. This includes considering wearing safety masks at all booth locations. Businesses may have specific safety requirements (like the number of girls, and cleaning protocols) that girls and troops must follow. These instructions will be included in eBudde.