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About Girl Scout Cookies

2022 was a Girl Scout Cookie season full of new opportunities and excitement but it was not without challenges to which our members and families had to adapt. Girl Scouts reached more customers and sold more cookies, per Girl Scout, on average, than they have in 20 years!

The Girl Scout Cookie Program powers life-changing programs, experiences and learning for Girl Scouts across our council and provides a hands-on way for girls to learn leadership and money management.

Congratulations to all our cookie entrepreneurs, who worked hard to achieve their goals this year – and thank you to all our volunteers, customers and community members who helped make this program a success – we couldn’t do it without you!

Key Dates
11/15/21 Neighborhood Cookie Manager trainings
11/24/21 Cookie packets mailed to troops registered for 2021-2022 membership by 10/15/21
12/3/21 Troop Cookie Manager trainings posted
1/3/22  Digital Cookie opens
1/8/22  GO Day - in person orders may begin
1/30/22  Order cards due for early orders; additional orders may be taken online or in-person through program end
2/16/22  GSEM Cookie Cupboards Open
2/18/22  First cookie booth date
2/25/22  Troop cookie deliveries begin
3/27/22 Final cookie booth date
3/27/22 Program ends
4/4/22 Troop Late Payment Reports due
4/14/22 Final ACH emails sent
4/21/22 Final troop ACH withdrawal
*Note, due to the delay of cookie delivery, there will be only one ACH withdrawal date.  
4/23/22  Digital deposits to troops, if applicable
Early to Mid-May Rewards ship to Neighborhoods
Cookie Customers
Five Skills

The Girl Scout Cookie program is a fun way for girls to earn money to support their dreams, and it's a hands-on leadership and financial literacy program unlike any other in the world. The knowledge and skills learned serves them for a lifetime. Girls gain essential skills, not from a book, but from real-life experiences building a strong foundation for success.

The Girl Scout Cookie Program teaches Girl Scouts skills to grow into leaders in their own life, in business and in the world:


Goal Setting: Sets cookie sales goals individually and, with her team, creates a plan to reach them. She develops cooperation and team building skills all along the way.


Decision Making: Helps decide how her team spends their cookie money, furthering critical thinking and problem solving skills.


Money Management: Takes cookie orders, handles customers’ money, and gains valuable and practical life skills around financial literacy.


People Skills: Learns how to talk to, listen to and work with all kinds of people while selling cookies. These experiences help her develop healthy relationships and conflict resolution skills that she can use throughout her life.


Business Ethics: Be honest and responsible at every step of the cookie sale. Her business ethics reinforce the positive values she is developing as a Girl Scout.

 Have a Great Girl Scout Cookie Story to Share? 

Have a parent or troop leader submit it today for a chance to see your story featured in our gallery, on the Girl Scout Blog, Facebook, Twitter Instagram, and more!

Thank you for supporting our Girl Scout Cookie Program