Girl Scout Cookie Program

For information about the council's plans to increase cookie prices beginning December 11, 2015, please read our FAQ and press release, and take a look at our "where the dough goes" graphic. If you have additional questions, please email us. We look forward to a successful cookie season and thank you for your support.

  • Daisy–Ambassador Girl Scouts

    Top Seller

    500 Club Celebration
    More than 300 girls imagined a Celtics game packed with Girl Scouts–with their names on the Jumbotron! Members of the exclusive 500 Club had a ball at the Celtics-L.A. Clippers game on March 29. Top Seller Maddy, above, sold 4,847 packages of cookies... you go girl! See photos from a night of celebration here.

  • Families and Supporters

    GSEM 500 Club

    Research shows that Girl Scouts with family support achieve more through participation in the Cookie Program. Parental/guardian permission is required.

    Volunteer and you can help a Girl Scout become a small business entrepreneur and learn the 5 Essential Skills: Goal Setting, Decision Making, Money Management, People Skills and Business Ethics. Membership registration and CORI are required.

    Cookie Recognitions, May 2015
    Service units are collecting and sorting troop recognitions. Troops will then contacted by their Service Unit Cookie Managers to make arrangements for them to pick up. Troops will then sort and distribute to the girls.

    2014-2015 Cookie Credits are included with earned recognitions, when the total number of packages sold is 100 or more. Girls can use them toward GSEM programs in The Ultimate Guide, for camp, or for GSEM Shop purchases (excluding online store). All Cookie Credits are treated as cash and can't be replaced if lost; they expire Friday, May 27, 2016. Have you used your 2013-2014 Cookie Credits yet? Expiring on Tuesday, June 30.

  • Cookie Lovers

    Girl Scout Cookie packages

    The cookie sale has ended, but individual troops are still selling cookies through May 31. You can also call our GSEM Shop in Waltham to see if we have your favorites in stock: 781-893-6293.

    Check out all the great ways you can show your cookie support at the Girl Scout Shop. Car magnets, lanyards, t-shirts, new cookie totes – limited quantities!

    How the Cookie Crumbles
    We’re proud that 69% of all cookie proceeds stay locally within our council and benefit our girls. Learn how the cookie crumbles.

  • SU Cookie Managers

    cookie costumes

    Service Unit Cookie Managers support Troop Cookie Advisors throughout the sale by providing training, distributing materials, helping with cookie pickups, payments and recognitions.

    To gain access to SNAP, head right here to the login page. You can also reference the Quick Guide.

    Online Resources
    Ready to promote the sale to your service unit volunteers? Check out abc Bakers’ online art gallery!

  • Troop Cookie Advisors

    Lead the Change

    Access the SNAP login page here! Need more? Check out our video.

    Online Payment System
    Access the online payment system.

    Deadline to report recognition issues is May 15. Please send to

  • Cookies for a Cause

    Cookies for a Cause

    On March 21, nearly 700 Girl Scouts and their families attended our Cookies for a Cause event at Hanscom Air Force Base, donating more than 30,000 packages of cookies to military serving overseas. Girls personally thanked Airmen and wrote letters to those serving abroad.

    Girl Scouts of Eastern MA works with CarePacks in South Weymouth, New England Center for Homeless Veterans in Boston, Helping our Troops in Stoneham, and Operation Troop Support in Danvers, to ship the cookies and cards to military members. Our thanks to these organizations for the work they do.

    See photos from the event, read Girl Scouts' reactions or watch what happened at Hanscom.