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Fall Product

Our Girl Scout Fall Product Program is a fun, easy way for troops to earn funds that power new experiences, such as outings, service projects, robotics, and trips, as well as pay for Girl Scout supplies. Last year, some troops earned more than $1,900.

Girls develop business and leadership abilities through hands-on experience with goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills and business ethics.

Key Dates

“GO Day”

Oct. 7

Initial order taking

Oct. 7 – 22

Last day for girl delivery option online

Oct. 22

Troops place initial order in M2

Oct. 23

Goal Getter order taking

Oct. 23 – Dec. 3

Troops pick up initial orders

Nov. 14 – 16

Booths & Peanut Pantries

Nov. 15 – Dec. 3

ACH first withdrawal

Nov. 28

Last day for online & in person sales

Dec. 3

Troops transfer all products to girls in Nut-E

Dec. 4

ACH final withdrawal

Dec. 19

Project Thank You

During Fall Product Program, we invite all troops and girls to participate in the community service program, Project Thank You. Every $5 donation from customers provides one can of nuts or candy to U. S. military members which is distributed through the USO of Missouri. Last year, more than 7,300 cans of nuts and candy were donated as a “taste of home” via Project Thank You.

This year is the 5th anniversary of our valued partnership with the USO, and there will be special ways to join the celebration!

Resources

The Fall Product Program is managed by volunteers and staff in the M2 Media Group system for initial orders Oct. 7-22.

The initial orders will be transmitted from M2 to the Nut-E system after 11:00 pm CST on Oct. 25.

Then volunteers and staff will use the Nut-E system to manage transfers from the peanut pantries Nov. 15 – Dec. 3, as well as girl rewards.

For Troops

Troop Financial Resources

For Volunteers

Me2 Media Group

Square Readers
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Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri is proud to offer the use of Square readers at Product Program booths. Troops using the Square reader report increases in booth sales when they are able to accept credit and debit card payments. 

To get started using a Square reader for your Troop’s booth please carefully read and complete the Terms of Agreement for Square Readers below.  Within two business days you will receive an invitation email from Square and an instructional email from GSEM to complete the Square set up process.

If you used a Square reader for a Fall Product or Cookie booth in previous years your current Square username and password is still valid and your account is current for use during the 2018 membership year.

Terms Agreement for Square Readers (Submit online)
OR
Terms Agreement for Square Readers (PDF to print and mail)