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important dates January 2–April 30 GSUSA Cookie Pro Contest January 5 For 100 years, the Girl Scout Cookie Progam has taught girls five essential life skills: goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, Girls take orders – GIRL SCOUT HONOR and business ethics—aspects essential to leadership, to success, and to January 25 life. Initial order due to Troop Cookie Manager - Girls continue taking orders after their Girl Scout Cookies started in the kitchens and ovens of our girl members, initial orders are turned in. with moms volunteering as technical advisors, as a way to finance troop - Girls & troops will have access to activities. Today, the program still helps fund all of the fun girls have with additional cookies after initial orders Girl Scouts, like field trips, troop supplies and community service, as are received. well as your local council, Girl Scouts Heart of the South. Funds from the January 26 cookie program provide volunteer training, council programs and events, 3rd Annual G.I.R.L. Event, Lander’s Center, camp maintenance, and even new member recruitment. Southaven, MS One thing that has changed since 1917 is the girl’s ability to sell Girl Scout February 15-21 Cookies online! Girls are able to sell cookies online through Digital Cookies, Cookies are delivered to Service Units developed by GSUSA and Little Brownie Bakers, and powered by Dell - Make sure you know when and where to and Visa Checkout. This safe and secure site will allow girls to connect pick up your cookies from your with family and friends to ask for their support by purchasing cookies. Troop Cookie Manager. Customers have the ability to purchase cookies online to be shipped February 22 - March 17 (customer pays for shipping and handling) or delivered by the girl (with Girls participate in direct sales through your permission). booth sales, door-to-door, cookie walkabouts, etc. to meet personal and The price of Girl Scout Cookies are still $4 per box , with two speciality troop goals. cookies, the Girl Scout S’mores and the gluten free, Toffee-tastics at $5. March 1 The 2019 Girl Scout Cookie Program officially starts on January 5, 2019. Half payment of initial cookie order due to Troop Cookie Manager The Girl Scout Cookie Progam was always one of my favorite times when March 2 I led my daughters’ troops, and I hope you enjoy participating with your Red Wagon Saturday daughter as well. Thank you for supporting your girl and her troop. This March 7 program would not be possible without parent and volunteer involvement. Digital Online Cookies “Girl Delivery” option ends March 18 Remaining cookie balance due to Troop Cookie Manager CEO, Girl Scouts Heart of the South June 1 C.E.L.E.B. Event, Whispering Woods Hotel and Conference Center, Olive Branch, MS
Why participate IN THE GIRL SCOUT COOKIE PROGRAM? What are your hopes for your Girl Scout? Certainly, you want her to make good decisions, know how to manage money. And how to set and reach goals, like attending college. The Girl Scout Cookie Program helps her succeed today and prepares her for future success. There’s a good reason it’s a beloved family tradition. 1. Goal Setting: Girls set cookie sales goals individually and with their team, create a plan to reach them, and develop cooperation and team-building skills all along the way! 2. Decision Making: Girls help decide how the team will spend their cookie money, furthering their critical-thinking and prob- lem-solving skills. 3. Money Management: Girls take cookie orders, handle customers’ money and gain practical life skills in financial literacy. 4. People Skills: Girls learn how to talk to, listen to and work with all kinds of people while selling cookies. These experiences help them develop healthy relationship and conflict-resolution skills they can use throughout their lives. 5. Business Ethics: Girls are honest and responsible at every step of the cookie sale. Their business ethics here reinforce the positive values they are developing as a Girl Scout. Parent tips! Submit your signed Parent Permission and Responsibility Form to allow your daughter to participate. Parents/Guardians are Be a hero. Volunteer! responsible for all cookies ordered and the amount due. Not every superhero wears a cape. By going the extra mile and volunteering with your girl’s troop, Collect payment upon delivery, not before. Be sure to turn over you can be a cookie hero! It’s a fun job you’ll all funds to your Troop Cookie Manager. never forget. Some of the roles you could play include: Remember that products cannot be returned to the troop or council once signed for. • being a cookie volunteer or assistant • chaperoning at cookie booths Check your email for log-in instructions for Digital Cookie and • picking up cookies from the Cookie Cupboard help your girl set up her online business page. • teaching the troop a skill that you have— they’ll thank you for making their experience that much more rewarding!
Help her sell online Hosted by Girl Scouts of the USA, Digital Cook- ie enables girls to set up their own personal- FAQs ized sales pages, take credit card payments Can we sell cookies on the internet? Yes and No and ship cookies directly to their customers. Through Digital Cookies, Girl Scouts are able sell cookies online in addition to neighborhood and booth sales! With parent approval, girls will have Encourage goal-setting fun using technology to increase their sales, and gain 21st Century Goal-setting is an important life skill. She’ll go entrepreneurial skills that they can use beyond the cookie business. far if she knows how to set a high goal and Girl Scout cookies MAY NOT be sold on websites such as eBay or Craigslist. reach it. Online sales link may only be shared via social media with family and • Ask about her group’s goals and help her friends when the user’s profile is set to private and may never be shared or set personal goals. marketed on public facing online sites. • Help her complete the order card section that explains her group’s goal. Did the price of cookies go up this year? No • Encourage her to share her goal with Girl Scout Cookies are $4 per box, except for the S’mores and the gluten free customers. Customers want to help girls Toffee-tastics which are $5 per box. succeed. • Guide her to set practical and useful Can we accept checks from customers? Maybe goals about what she wants to learn and Cash is the preferred method of payment. However, it is at the Troop/ earn. Service Unit Cookie Manager/Leader’s discretion whether the troop will accept personal checks or not. Support her sales Can we get more cookies after the initial order card is turned in? Yes She needs you to be on her side as she devel- Girls continue taking orders after their initial order card has been submitted ops the confidence to ask people for orders. to their Troop Cookie Manager. If you need additional cookies, ask your • Ask her questions and help her practice Troop Cookie Manager, they may have extra cookies or will be able to pick her sales message. up more from a cookie cupboard throughout the sale. • Help her take orders or arrange booth site sales at work, places of worship or What happens if the family cannot sell the cookies that were ordered? other locations frequented by people Each family is obligated to pay for all the cookies ordered by their Girl who love Girl Scout Cookies. Scout(s) at the time designated by the Troop Cookie Manager. If for • Go with her to sell and deliver cookies. some reason you are not able to sell the cookies as planned, you should • Help her network with family and friends, immediately contact the Troop Cookie Manager to see if other girls in the but let her do the “ask” so she can learn troop need extra cookies that might be replaced with yours. If this is not an important business skills. Share email option, you must pay for the cookies you’ve received by the deadline to avoid addresses of family and friends for online legal/collection procedures. orders. What are Passport Bucks? Volunteer Passport Bucks can pay for council-sponsored program activity fees, Girl Her group needs help chaperoning booth sales, Scout destination trips, and items in the council shop. Passport Bucks may picking up cookies and more. not be used for online shop purchases. Passport Bucks can pay for 2019 resident camp registration fees and Practice safety resident camp trading post purchases at Girl Scouts Heart of the South Help your girl understand the Girl Scout safety summer resident camps. rules, found at www.girlscouts.org/cookies. Girl Scouts Heart of the South: Little Brownie Cookie Locator: www.girlscoutshs.org http://cookielocator.littlebrownie.com Everything council related, dates, tips, Find the nearest Girl Scout Cookie Booth by your zip code. information, help and more! Digital Cookies: Little Brownie Public Website: https://digital.cookie.girlscouts.org www.littlebrowniebakers.com Online cookie portal to set goals, track sales and email customers. The official baker of Girl Scout Cookies! Full of information, fun and games for girls.
TM Do MORE with Your Cookie Sale than Ever Before Set up your very own personalized Digital Cookie site today! your very own personalized Digital Cookie site today! Set up That’s right. The iconic Girl Scout Cookie Program you know and love has gone beyond the booth, offering more ways to sell and more ways to learn as you earn. It’s easy, safe, and full of FUN. Sell at the booth, online, and via mobile app, too! cookies! Share your cookie story. Access Cookie Business badges online. Track customer info, orders, and data. Send cool, ready-to-use marketing emails. Play games, watch videos, enjoy printable activities, and take fun quizzes. Use the smart goal-setting calculator. Make it easy for friends and family near and far to get their favorite Girl Scout Cookies. Become a Digital Cookie rock star! Ask your troop leader for more info today! The GIRL SCOUTS® name, mark, and all associated trademarks and logotypes, including GIRL SCOUT COOKIES and DIGITAL COOKIE are owned by Girl Scouts of the USA.
Eight easy-peasy steps to get started! Watch for your registration email* from the “Girl Scout Cookie Program” (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject: “Ready. Set. Register for Digital Cookie.” You must be registered for the current membership year with an accurate email address on file in order to receive the Digital Cookie Registration email. Don’t see the email? Check your junk/spam/promotions inbox. If you have not received the email then go to digitalcookie.girlscouts.org and Click the “Forgot password/Need a registration” email link. Use the email address that you registered your girl with to request a new password. Need help? Call us at 800.624.4185. 3. 1. 2. 1. In the email is a green button to 2. Once you click the link you’ll be on 3. Use your new password to log in. take you to the Digital Order Card the Digital Order Card 2.0 site. You’ll Remember to use the same email registration site. Simply click that need to create a password. address where you received your button! registration email-that’s the one your Girl Scout Council has on file for you. 4. 5. 6. 4. When you first log in, you will have the NEW “Safe Selling for Smart Cookies” safety video pop-up to watch and review with your Girl Scout(s). You can’t proceed any further until the full video has been viewed. 5. Read and accept the Terms and 6. Next, the “Girl Scout Safety Pledge” Conditions agreement. will appear. Be sure to read it to/with your Girl Scout(s). Then check the box for “accept” and click “continue.” 8. Once you have registered, watch your inbox for a registration confirmation email 7. and save this email where you can find it during cookie season! 7. You will then be taken to a screen to register your girl or girls for the 8. After registering all your girls, you Digital Cookie program. If the Girl Scout will click the “Access Site” button to be you are registering is over 13, you will taken to the first girl’s home page. enter her email address and she will complete her own registration process. If she is under 12, an email address is not required for her.
Girl Delivery Orders: • An email will go to the parent to approve or deny the “Girl Delivery” order. Set up Girl Digital Cookie Page: • The Parent has 10 days to approve or deny the order. Once a parent has successfully logged into the DOC, they If the parent has not approved or denied the order must accept the Terms and Conditions prior to completing within 10 days, the customer will be notified that their the set-up process. secondary delivery option has been selected (donate • Girls 12 and under will be linked with the parent’s email or cancel.) address. • If parent denies the “Girl Delivery” order then the • Parent and girl will setup the site together. customer will be notified that their secondary • Girls 13 and older will be required to access DOC through delivery option has been selected. a separate email address than the parent. • If parent approves the order, then a transaction for • Parent will enter the girl’s email address, and the DOC payment is automatically applied to the troop and to will send the girl a registration email. the girl on the Girl Order Tab in eBudde. • Girls will then log in to the system using the link in the • No cookies are automatically placed towards the registration email. troop or girl in eBudde for DOC Girl Delivery Orders. • The girl sets up her site and submits to the parent for • The “Girl Delivery” option will not be available for approval. orders placed after March 7, 2019. • Parent receives an email to approve the girl’s site. • All marketing emails will be sent through the girl’s How do you get cookies for Girl Delivery? account. • Girl Delivery orders placed during the Initial Order phase (prior to January 25, 2019): Ordering process: • All approved Girl Delivery orders from the DOC site Girls send emails out to customers. should be submitted along with her Initial Cookie • Customers follow the link (girl URL) in the email to the Order to the troop. girl’s online cookie site. • These cookie orders WILL be included in the girl’s • Customers place orders for cookies, choose delivery initial order totals and calculate in with her Initial method (Ship, Donate, Girl Delivery) and enters payment Rewards. information. • Girl Delivery orders placed after the Initial Order • If “Girl Delivery” method is chosen, the customer phase (after January 25, 2019): must choose a secondary delivery method (Donate or • The girl will either use her inventory or obtain Cancel). additional cookies from the troop. • If the troop provides the girl with additional Shipped Orders: cookies, then the troop will transfer cookies to the • Shipping and handling charges apply to “Shipped” orders girl in eBudde. placed through the DOC. • Cookies are shipped from the bakery directly to the Can the Girls Earn Any Rewards? customer. Yes! All sales through the Digital Cookie Program will count • A transaction is automatically entered applying payment toward our girl reward lineup. (minus shipping and handling) and cookies towards the troop and the girl on the Girl Order Tab in eBudde. Missed the email? Request Registration Email or Reset • These cookie orders WILL NOT be included in the girl’s Password initial order totals, however they will calculate into the Go to www.digitalcookie.girlscouts.org and click the Final Rewards at the end of the program. “Forgot password/Need a registration email” link. Enter the Donated Orders: email address associated with your Girl Scout’s registra- • Donated orders are not designated as a specific variety. tion. • A transaction is automatically entered applying payment and cookies towards the troop and the girl on the Girl You will be sent an email with the subject: “Your request Order Tab in eBudde. to change your Digital Cookie password” from “Girl Scout • Cookies will show in the T2T column for virtual cookies to be donated. Cookie Program” (email@example.com) in about • These cookie orders WILL NOT be included in the girl’s 15 minutes. Check your junk/spam/promotions if you initial order totals, however they will calculate into the don’t receive it by then and be sure to add email@email. Final Rewards at the end of the program. girlscouts.org to your “safe sender” list. Click on the most recent email you received, if you have requested multiples. Click on the “Reset” link in the email.
Cookie selling tips. There are so many ways to reach your goals with the Girl Scout Cookie Program! Here are just a few ways that you can sell Girl Scout Cookies to your family, friends, neighbors and more! But before you begin, remember to review the cookie safety rules and follow Safety Activity Checkpoints at all times. 1. DIGITAL COOKIES Girls supercharge their cookie sales by safely tapping the marketing power of the internet. 4. DOOR-TO-DOOR SALES & COOKIE WALKABOUT Encourage girls to canvass their communities, leaving no doorbell untouched! Girls should take orders, door-to- door, at the beginning of the Cookie Program with their order Customers use an online order form to submit their orders cards. Remember safety first! and pay for them online. After cookies arrive, sell door-to-door with cookies in hand. Customers can choose between having the girl deliver, with Load up a wagon with cookies, make signs, and you are ready parents’ permission, or have them shipped. Shipping and for a neighborhood walkabout! This is a great time to deliver handling charges will apply. to customers and offer additional cookies. 2. TELEPHONE & TEXT SALES 5. Review order cards from previous years and use them to BOOTH SALES contact these customers again. The Cookie Program is all about the girls and girls are what people want to see! Troops can schedule booth Once cookies have been delivered, girls may want to call sales for your troop through the eBudde Booth Scheduler for customers, thank them for their orders and ask if they need a time, date and location convenient for the troop. additional cookies. Booth scheduling starts on Tuesday, January 23 at Try a Text-a-thon! Older girls may want to text their friends www.ebudde.littlebrownie.com, with sneak peek of time, and family to let them know “It’s Cookie Time,” and to collect dates and locations starting on Thursday, January 18. their orders. (Be sure to get a parent’s permission first). Check out great text messages in your Cookie Entrepreneur Troops can also schedule their own cookie booth sale Officer book. locations, by obtaining the manager’s approval at locations NOT listed in the eBudde Booth Scheduler. 3. WORKPLACE SALES Girls can contact local business owners or managers to COOKIE LOCATOR request permission to sell cookies at a workplace. 6. This excellent tool allows customers to search online, or by the free smartphone app, for the closest cookie booth Girls can either make a quick “sales pitch” at a staff sale according to their zip code. meeting, or sell “office door-to-door” (or cubicle-to-cubicle), depending on the wishes of the business. The Cookie Locator pulls cookie booth sale dates, times and locations that have been scheduled through the council’s Once employee sales are completed, the business may allow eBudde Booth Scheduler. girls to leave an order card in a visible spot. This is the website the council uses in all media and Leave a note from your troop outlining your goals and plans advertising to the public so make sure your booth gets for the cookie proceeds. (Remember not to list the girls’ last included! names or phone numbers on the order card or note). Girls should establish a date and time to pick up the order card and to deliver the cookies. 7. BUNDLING Customers buy more when girls suggest multiple boxes of cookies. Use eTool materials to support the bundling strategy at www.littlebrownie.com.
How the cookie crumbles... Ever wonder where the $4 per box of Girl Scout Cookies Cost to Little Brownie Baker, goes? $1.07 Proceeds to Council, $2.13 Troop Proceeds, $0.59 Service Unit Proceeds, $0.04 Recognitions/Awards, $0.11 Uncollectibles, $0.03 Miscellaneous Expenses, $0.03 See the council breakdown of the $2.13 Fund Development, $0.17 Management/General, $0.14 Girl Program, $0.41 Communication/Marketing, $0.23 Resident Camp, $0.17 Property Management, $0.23 Membership Support, $0.75 Adult Training, $0.03
2019 Cookie Rewards
cookies = adventure Samoas Camp Day Magic Springs Getaway Cookie Entrepreneurs Leaping Enjoy all the fun the camp has to Join us for a weekend of thrilling Extreme Bounds (C.E.L.E.B.s) are girls offer at the Samoas Camp Day! Girl rides and fantastic water slides! This who sell 800+ boxes and are invited Scouts that sell 500 boxes or more can overnight trip gives girls two days in to attend an all-inclusive, and very celebrate with archery, arts and crafts, Magic Springs and Crystal Falls Water exclusive, C.E.L.E.B. event in recognition canoeing and s’more fun. and Theme Park, plus transportation of their hard work and dedication! and food for a fun weekend getaway for Girl Scout Daisies and Brownies: our top cookie sellers! These events are the highlight of the May 4, Camp Tik-A-Witha cookie season with unique activities, Girl Scout Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors and yummy treats and a day of celebrating and Ambassadors: August 24, Kamp Ambassadors: July 26-27, 2019 their success. The 2019 C.E.L.E.B. Event Kiwani will be June 1 at Whispering Woods The council must have a minimum of 5 girls Hotel and Conference Center, Olive Girls who select this reward will be sent a special selecting this reward for us to be able to offer this trip. If this trip does not meet the minimum girls Branch, MS. email invitation with event details and registration link. will be able to select an alternative reward from this level. Passport Bucks Walking In Memphis: June 3-9, 2019 $655 Come explore the 901! Girls will experience all that the Funding your Girl Scout experience! “Home of the Blues and Birthplace of Rock-n-Roll” has Want to head to camp, go on a trip, purchase Girl Scout gear? to offer as they visit museums, local attractions, and Passport Bucks let you earn “council credit” towards whatever Girl enjoy Memphis cuisine. Featuring the new Imagine Scout adventure you are up for! Center! Select Passport Bucks at your reward levels and start your planning! Attractions include: Pink Palace Museum, National The council is organizing two awesome trips next year designed for Civil Rights Museum, The Memphis Zoo, Elvis Presley’s Girl Scout Cadettes through Ambassadors. Let’s Explore: Walking In Graceland, Sun Studio, Gibson Guitar Factory, St. Memphis trip is July, and the Girl Scouts Go: New York! New York! Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and the council’s is in June. Another great way to utilize Passport Bucks is to help pay Imagine Center and Possibility Place. for Summer Camp! Check out our Summer Camp Sneak Peek on the next page. We’ll release the complete summer camp session Available to Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors and schedule on December 3, and registration opens on Febraury 1, 2019. Ambassadors You can save your spot with a $50 deposit and pay the remaining balance when you’ve earned your Passport Bucks. New York, New York! Trip: July 7-12, 2019 $1,245 Remember, rewards are cumulative, so if you sell 400 boxes of Girl Travel to the Big Apple with Girl Scouts! We’ll explore Scout Cookies you would earn $30 Passport Bucks along with all the the city and take in all the sights on this once-in-a- other level rewards! lifetime trip. Pack your bags and hail a cab - we’re heading to the city, Girl Scouts! Passport Bucks may be used to pay for: • Council Activities & Events Attractions include: Central Park, GSUSA • Council Travel Expenses Headquarters, Times Square, Broadway show & tour, • Summer Camp Grand Central Station, Washington Square Park, • In-store Council Shop Purchases Museum of Natural History, National September 11 • Camp Trading Posts Memorial & Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center, Brooklyn Bridge Passport Bucks may not be cashed for “real money”; have no value outside of Girl Scouts Heart of the South; expire on 9/13/19 Available to Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors and and must be presented at time of use. Passport Bucks cannot be Ambassadors replaced or re-issued for any reason.
CAMP REGISTRATION OPENS FEBRUARY 1, 2018 SAVE $10 Save your spot WHEN YOU with a $50 REGISTER IN deposit FEBRUARY and pay the balance with your Passport Bucks! cookies = camp The Girl Scout Cookie Program helps fund girls’ summer camp SESSION SNEAK PEEK! dreams one delicious box at a Just Dance! Grades 2- 3 Camp Tik-A-Witha $400 time! Girls can select Passport Just dance...gonna be okay… da da doo da, just dance! Do you enjoy Bucks as their rewards to help performing to your favorite songs in the mirror at home? Always knew you could hit it big on “America’s Got Talent?” Come and join us and give your pay for summer camp. dancing skills a try as you learn more about dancing during this session. If you think you can dance, pack that leotard and your coolest dance moves Summer camp is an AWESOME place for girls to and we’ll see you at camp! All participants will earn the Dancer Badge. spend their summer! And at our camps they’ll be learning, exploring, and having tons of FUN! Mad Scientist Grades 2 - 3 Kamp Kiwani $400 It’s time for some science shenanigans! Experiment with slime, create a We live in a world of screens—smartphone! soda geyser, paint with rockets, and more during this hands-on, interactive laptop! TV! tablet!—and sometimes you just session. Draw inspiration and ideas from fellow campers as you explore want to get away from it all. We get it. That’s the exciting wonder of science and enjoy traditional camp activities. Girls why you can focus your Girl Scout experience attending this session will complete their Home Scientist Badge. on getting outdoors. Namaste! Grades 4 - 5 Kamp Kiwani $400 You’ll develop the kind of outdoor skills it’s Do you love the feel of the great outdoors? Do you enjoy yoga in the hard to get anywhere else. Skills like building a morning before breakfast and learning about new and exciting ways to campfire, pitching a tent, and canoeing across stay fit? This session has been planned with you in mind! From zumba a lake. to kayaking, you will be sure to find an activity at kamp that you love! Girls will participate in all the fun kamp activities, while also earning their Hey, how about adding some horseback riding, Staying Fit Badge. rock wall climbing, and archery to the mix? Round things out with a ropes course, some Can You Dig It? Grades 4 - 5 Camp Tik-A-Witha $400 whitewater rafting, and maybe a two week-long One potato, two potato, three potato, FOUR! Have you looked at the equestrian session, and you’ll find out how vegetables and fruit and wondered what it took to grow and harvest much fun it can be to unplug and explore the them? Have you ever been interested in growing your own flower bed world around you. or herb garden? Here’s your chance to not only learn about the entire process, but also take home a garden of your own! Girls participating in Our all-inclusive overnight camps are designed this session will also earn the Gardener Badge. with Girl Scouts in mind and offer a variety of activities that include aquatics and equestrian Bike It, Hike It, Like It Grades 6 - 8 Kamp Kiwani $400 programs, archery, culinary and creative arts, Bring your bike and helmet, and take to the trail! You’ll cruise around high-adventure travel, and a whole lot of kamp in style, making a few pit stops along the way for all the other kamp campfires, songs and s’mores. Plus, several of activities. When you’re too tired for two wheels, take a leisurely stroll out our sessions will help her earn badges and to one of the many hiking destinations found at Kamp Kiwani. **Bike and Girl Scout awards! helmet are required** Girl Scout Heart of the South offers two EXTREME Adventurer Grades 9 - 10 Camp Tik-A-Witha $450 resident camps, Camp Tik-A-Witha in Van This high adventure, career exploration will help girls develop leadership Vleet, MS and Kamp Kiwani in Middleton, TN. and collaboration skills! Highlights of this session are an overnight Both camps are American Camp Association campout with a signature nighttime ropes course, and camping under the accredited. stars! Girls can earn portions of the Senior Adventure Camper Badge.
Pile up cookies in your wagon and sell directly to customers on Red Wagon Saturday! Who can resist delicious Girl Scout Cookies when a Girl Scout is at their front door with their favorite cookies?! Door-to-door sales remains one of the most effective ways to sell cookies. In a recent national study, 78% of those customers who were not approached during a cookie sale stated they would have purchased 2-4 boxes, if asked. Red Wagon Saturday was designed to reach those customers and help girls achieve their cookie goals, all while getting outdoors and meeting neighbors. MARCH 2, 2019 Let us know you’re particiaptng and you could be on tv or featured in your local newspaper! Email us your plans at firstname.lastname@example.org Earn a Patch! Girls need grown-ups! Make sure you have an adult with a Girl Scout while going door-to-door. HERE’S HOW IT WORKS: Grab a wagon and have her decorate it! Make Wear your uniform! People love seeing girls sure to include a sign or banner with her cookie in uniforms, and seeing all the badges and goal! Next, map out your neighborhood and patches they’ve earned. load up on cookies for a Red Wagon Saturday cookie shop on wheels! Neighbor not home? Leave a Cookie Card on their door so they can order from your Digital Remember, safety first! Girls need a grown-up. Cookie page. You can do this with your girl or meet up as a troop. Never give out a girl’s phone number or address. If a customer wants to place an order Take a picture of your girls with their wagons or has questions provide them with an adult’s and submit online at contact information. www.girlscoutshs.org/redwagon to earn this awesome Red Wagon Saturday patch. Deadline Map out neighborhoods for your Red Wagon to submit pictures and earn a patch is March Saturday and check them off as you walk them. 25, 2019.
cookies = helping others Girl Scout Cookies not only taste good, but they can do good, too! Girl Scouts are able to receive monetary donations, as well as donations of pur- chased Girl Scout Cookies from customers to be donated to special causes. Girl Scouts Heart of the South has two ways that girls can collect cookie donations: Troop to Troops and Gift of Caring. troop to troops The Troop to Troops (T2T) program provides a perfect opportunity to send cookies to our military men and women who are protecting our freedom. Cookies are sent to our brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, sons and daughters who are putting their lives on hold to protect the freedoms dear to us all. This is a great way to grow your cookie sales and support our military troops! When girls take orders, they simply ask customers if they would like to donate boxes of cookies to be sent overseas to our military. If the customer wishes to purchase some, they indicate this in the white column on the girl order form. Customers do not specify flavors. If a customer wants certain cookies sent to a specific soldier, they need to purchase them and mail them to the soldier of their choice. Girl Scouts Heart of the South does not have control over where the cookies are sent once they are delivered to the military. gift of caring The Gift of Caring program is a nationwide community service project where Girl Scout troops may decide on a charitable organization or service group – Hometown Heroes – they would like to support with cookie donations as a way to say thank you. These organizations range from shelters and food banks, to local firefighters or police departments. Through Gift of Caring, customers may purchase one or more boxes of Girl Scout Cookies and donate them to a special cause while supporting Girl Scouts! For various reasons, some customers do not want to buy cookies for themselves. With Gift of Caring, they have the chance to give to others while supporting Girl Scouts at the same time.
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ALL YOUR GIRL SCOUT COOKIE Our cookies have... • NO High-Fructose Corn Syrup • NO Partially Hydrogenated Oils (PHOs) • NO Artificial Flavors in Toffee-tastics • Girl Scout S'mores and Do-si-dos are made with Natural Flavors • Zero Grams Trans Fat per Serving • 100% Real Cocoa • Hearty Whole Grain Oats in Do-si-dos $4 $4 • Thin Mints are Vegan SAMOAS ® TAGALONGS ® • Toffee-tastics are Gluten-Free Crisp cookies coated Crispy cookies • RSPO Certified (Mass Balance) Palm Oil in caramel, sprinkled layered with peanut OS UCT E CO with toasted coconut butter and covered with FR RN NO HIGH and striped with dark a chocolaty coating SYRUP chocolaty coating RSPO-1106186 $4 $4 $4 DO-SI-DOS ® TREFOILS ® THIN MINTS ® Crunchy oatmeal Traditional shortbread Crisp wafers covered sandwich cookies with cookies that are in chocolaty coating creamy peanut delightfully simple made with natural butter filling and satisfying oil of peppermint $5 $4 $5 GIRL SCOUT SAVANNAH S'MORES ® TOFFEE-TASTIC ® SMILES ® Crunchy graham Rich, buttery cookies Crisp, zesty lemon sandwich cookies with with sweet, crunchy wedge cookies dusted creamy chocolate and toffee bits with powdered sugar marshmallowy filling Product formulations can change at any time. We encourage you to check the ingredient statement on each package you purchase for the most up-to-date information on the ingredients contained in the product in that package. For more details check with Little Brownie Bakers. The GIRL SCOUTS® name and mark, and all associated trademarks and logotypes, including GIRL SCOUT COOKIES®, THIN MINTS®, TREFOILS®, GIRL SCOUT COOKIE SALE®, GIRL SCOUT COOKIE PROGRAM®, GIRL SCOUT S’MORES®, DIGITAL COOKIE® and the Trefoil Design, are owned by Girl Scouts of the USA. Little Brownie Bakers is an official GSUSA licensee. SAMOAS, TAGALONGS, DO-SI-DOS, SAVANNAH SMILES and TOFFEE-TASTIC are registered trademarks of Kellogg NA Co. Copyright ®, TM, © 2018-2019 Kellogg NA Co.
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