Cookie Sale Program
February 13—March 15, 2015
Ready for a GREAT Cookie Season?
Through Girl Scouting, girls become leaders in their daily lives and prepare for their bright futures! Girl Scout Product Activities, such as the Girl Scout Cookie Program provide important ingredients for leadership by helping girls develop five key skills: Goal Setting, Decision Making, Money Management, People Skills and Business Ethics. Girls also are able to earn money towards fun and exciting girl-planned program activities, as well as to contribute to their council’s ability to provide Girl Scouting in the community.
Look what you could earn!
NEW—Take Your Cookie Sale Online!
The free COCOmobile app lets you work on the 5 skills: Goal Setting, Decision Making, Money Management, People Skills and Business Ethics—all from your mobile device. These are skills that last a lifetime! You can set and track your cookie sale goals, take and manage cookie orders, see a summary of orders and item total, track recognitions earned, view nutrition information with product images and track order payment and delivery status. You can also use COCO on abcsmartcookies.com to send e-cards, track and set goals, and manage your overall cookie sale.
Earn all the 2015 Cookie Patches
Cookie Share – Military Program
Cookie Share allows Girl Scouts to collect donations in $4 increment to be donated to our local military troops. Girls will collect donations directly from the customer and turn in with all of their orders at the end of the sale. Girl Scouts—Dakota Horizons will distribute the product to local military bases throughout North Dakota and South Dakota. Girl Scouts earn the cookie share patch when they collect 3 or more Project Thank You donations.
Have your own Non-Profit you want to donate cookies to? No problem! Troops are welcome to choose another charity of their choice to collect donations and donate cookies to. Girls still earn the Cookie Share Patch if they collect 5 or more donations from customers!
Girl Scouts will earn the Cookie Booth patch if they participate in any Cookie Booth throughout the cookie sale program. Girl Scouts are
|AKA Cookie Rally|
GSDH is excited to announce that our Cookie Rally program has received a facelift! New for 2015 GSDH will be hosting Cookie Kick Off Events across our Council. Girl Scouts, Troops, parents and volunteers are invited to join GSDH and local media celebrities for fun marketing events, games, contests and COOKIES! Kick off the
2015 Cookie Sale February 7-8 during GSUSA’s National Cookie Weekend! Celebrate with local media and cheer them on as they compete in fun cookie competitions and activities at our local malls and other public venues across our Council. Girl Scouts will earn the Cookie Kick Off patch for attending.
Girl Scouts work together in their Troop to be “On Time” throughout the Cookie Sale with deadlines, paperwork and money turn in. Troop Leaders will decide if their Troop has met all deadlines and earned the On Time Patch.
Girl Scouts work together with their Troop or individually with their parents in COCO Cookie Command Center to set goals, create an online personal page and send emails and Facebook posts to friends and family members promoting their Cookie Sale. Girls earn the Online patch for setting up an online personal page and sending emails to friends and family through COCO.
Girl Scouts who sell 200+ boxes of cookies will earn the Goal Getter Patch! Set your goals and go for it!
Girl Scouts who sell 350+ boxes of cookies will become an official member of the 350 Club! 350 Club members earn VIP status including: a district party thrown in your honor, the 350 Club patch, and get to vote on the next years cookie recognitions!
Girl Scouts who sell 500+ boxes of cookies become a SUPER SELLER! Earn the Super Seller patch plus get recognized in our spring newsletter and honored at the District Super Seller party.
GSUSA Cookie Activity Pin
All girls who participate in the Girl Scout Cookie Program are eligible to earn the annual Cookie Activity Pin, which recognizes the “5 skills” learned and practiced during the sale. Girls can collect a different colored pin every year to recognize growth in these 5 skill areas. After she earns the pin, each girl should be able to discuss how she has earned it. Click here to learn more about the Cookie Activity Pin for Girl Scout Brownies to Ambassadors.
Cookie Online Activities for Girl Scouts
Cookie Family Guides
Parent Guide—Coming November 2014
ABC Family Resources
I WANT to participate in the Cookie Sale!
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