COOKIES & MORE
When a Girl Scout sells cookies, nuts or magazines, she's doing more than handling a transaction. She's building a lifetime of skills and confidence.
Cuando una Girl Scout vende galletas, nueces o revistas, ella está haciendo más de manejar una transacción. Está desarrollando habilidades y confianza para toda la vida.
Troops may continue to host booth sales through May 31.
- Cookies must be sold to be public at $4 a package ($5 for gluten free)
Additional rules apply; see the Cookie Book or Resource Library for more information.
During the cookie sale, girls work towards a common goal as part of a team. The money earned from cookie sale activities helps the troop partake in service projects, go on field trips, purchase patches, attend summer camp and so much more.
5 skills that Girls develop through the Cookie Program: goal setting; decision making; money management; people skills and business ethics.
"We love selling Girl Scout cookies, because so many people are so happy to buy them!" Girl Scout Volunteer
New this Year
Each year Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts brings back America’s favorite cookies. In 2014, we introduced two new flavors: Cranberry Citrus Crisp, a crispy cookie full of tangy cranberry bits and zesty citrus, and Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Shortbread.
COCO Cookie Command helps you set goals, plan your sale and check their progress.
Resources for Parents & Girls
Contact Product Sales Team
Initial & Planned Order Webinar
Town Specific & Council Organized Booth Sales Webinar
Girl Scout University
Online Payment System
Online Payment System Webinar
The ABCs of Selling Girl Scout Cookies
Upcoming Cookie Dates
THANK YOU for all you do to support the cookie program!
Girls who sell 500+ packages of cookies become a member of this prestigious club. Members are honored at the end of the cookie sale with an exclusive celebration.
Sunday, Apr. 27, 2 - 4PM, Camp Wind in the Pines, Plymouth
Sunday, May 4, 2 - 4PM, Camp Cedar Hill, Waltham