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Cookie Program Resources

Are you a girl with a goal? We've got amazing resources to help you have your best cookie season yet! Are you ready? Let's go!

Requirements for Girl Participation
  1. Register/renew ensuring you have an active 2020-2021 Girl Scout Membership.
  2. Complete your Cookie Program Parent Permission and Responsibility Form. Be sure to enter your Girl Scout's name and troop number as it is listed in your My GS Account.
  3. Connect with your Troop’s Cookie Manager to find out how & when to order!
Family Guide, Rewards, Cookie Info.
  • 2021 Family Guide
    This guide covers all that you need to know to support your cookie entrepreneur!

  • Spanish Family Guide

  • 2021 Cookie Rewards
    All of the patches, rewards and experiences that girls can earn through their participation in the Cookie Program.

  • 2021 Cookie Flyer
    This handy one page document is a great resource to take with you on the go when selling Girl Scout Cookies. It includes handy talking points about cookies and the prices for customers to see. 

  • 2021 Cookie Allergens Guide
    Check out this handy document to learn more about potential allergens in each of our cookie varieties. 

  • 2021 Order Tracker
    This handy tracker can help you keep track of customers, their orders and money owed for when you deliver cookies.

     

Downloadables (signs, flyers, business cards, etc.)
Booth Signs, Cards, Door Hangers and Flyers
  • Cookie Line Up With Prices
    (Landscape) Use this handy flyer to display at booths to help your customers learn more about our cookies and how much they cost.

  • Cookie Bundle Flyer
    This handy flyer is great for booth sales and on the go to give customers suggestions on packages they might buy based on their interests.

  • Valentine's Cards
    Level up your cookie sales approaching Valentine's Day with cute these cute cards that you can attach with ribbon to single or bundled packages of cookies.

  • Valentine's Circle Tags
    Level up your cookie sales approaching Valentine's Day with cute these cute tags that you can attach with ribbon to single or bundled packages of cookies.

  • Valentine's Rectangles Tags 
    Level up your cookie sales approaching Valentine's Day with cute these cute tags that you can attach with ribbon to single or bundled packages of cookies.

  • Super Bowl Cards
    The Super Bowl is just around the corner and these handy cards will help score some cookie sales when paired with packages or bundles of cookies for sale.

  • Join Cards
    Utilize these handy cards while selling in case someone asks how to join Girl Scouts and wants to join in on the fun.

  • Join Poster
    Utilize these handy cards while selling in case someone asks how to join Girl Scouts and wants to join in on the fun.

  • Sensitive Issues Cards
    Leverage these handy cards and the associated information when selling cookies to have the most up to date and accurate responses on sensitive issues related to Girl Scouts.

  • Door Hanger
    Leave these handy door hangers to help reach customers you missed going door to door so they know that there is an awesome Girl Scout in their area, ready to fill their cookie order.
     

  • Door Hanger
    Leave these handy door hangers to help reach customers you missed going door to door so they know that there is an awesome Girl Scout in their area, ready to fill their cookie order.

  • Safety Multi-Pack Flyers
    Display these handy flyers at booth sales and beyond to remind customers to wear masks at booth sales and practice social distancing.

  • Honk If You Love Cookies Flyer
    This handy flyer is great for booth sales both on side walks and at drive thru booth sales.

  • Coffee & Cookie Flyer
    Appeal to customers who love coffee with this fun flyer suggesting a cookie coffee pairing.

  • Booth Inventory Tracker
    Use this handy tracker to keep track of starting booth inventory, cookies sold at the booth, money collected and more as a great way to help keep money and inventory balanced.

  • What's Your Cookie Mood?

  • Pitch Builder Card

Girl Goal Trackers
Community Cookie
  • Community Cookie Flyer
    Consider sharing at booths to encourage customers to donate packages of cookies to Community Cookie.

  • Community Cookie Donation Receipt

  • Community Cookie Thank You

QR Code Flyers, Business Cards and QR How-To
  • Digital Cookie QR Code "How-To"



  • Business Cards with Parent/Guardian phone

  • Business Cards with QR Code

  • NEW! QR Code Business Card
    Fillable PDF (fills the entire sheet)

  • NEW! Phone Number Business Card
    Fillable PDF (fills the entire sheet)

Sensitive Issue Responses and Fact Sheets
Cookie Entrepreneur Family Pin

Her cookie business is a family affair!

The year-by-year Cookie Entrepreneur Family pin collection is the latest addition to the Girl Scout Cookie Program—and was inspired by and designed for families just like yours!

It’s never been easier to support your girl as she develops business skills, makes amazing memories, and earns a different pin for her uniform every cookie season. The simple, age-specific guidelines have been tailored for her developing skill set, making success a snap.

  • Daisy

  • Brownie

  • Junior

  • Cadette

  • Senior

  • Ambassador

Participate in the Cookie Program without a Troop
  • 2021 Cookie Program
    Juliette Participation

  • Ready to dive into the Cookie Program? Check out the Juliette Participation information.

    Juliette Participation Form Link

GSNETX Service Area & Council Booth Partners

Location
Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas cover 32 counties (23,000 square miles) – beginning just North of Waco extending to the Oklahoma state line, and from Irving to the Louisiana border.

Counties Served:
Anderson, Camp, Cherokee, Collin, Dallas, Delta, Denton, Ellis, Fannin, Franklin, Freestone, Grayson, Gregg, Harrison, Henderson, Hopkins, Hunt, Kaufman, Lamar, Marion, Morris, Navarro, Panola, Rains, Red River, Rockwall, Rusk, Smith, Titus, Upshur, Van Zandt and Wood.

Council Booth Partners:
7-Eleven, Albertsons, Brookshire Brothers, Brookshire's, Firewheel Town Center,  GNC, Golden Triangle Mall, GSNETX Shops, Irving Mall, JoAnn Fabric & Craft Stores, Kroger, Longview Mall, Lowe's, Market Street, Sam's Club, Spring Market, Super 1 Foods, Tom Thumb/Randalls, Walmart Neighborhood Market & Walmart Super Center.

Pending Council Booth Partners:
May be released at a later date.
Aldi, Five Below, Raising Cane's Chicken & Winco.

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, some Council Booth Partners may delay in offering booths for the 2021 Cookie Program or elect to not allow booths at all during our upcoming season. They are still included on our partner list based on agreements and understandings in place with GSNETX.

COVID-19 Safety Protocol for Cookie Sellers

Girls and families are given options when participating in the Girl Scout Cookie Program so they can determine the pathway that is right for them. Girls and volunteers who exhibit signs of illness may not participate in booth and door-to-door sales and deliveries.

Digital Cookie: With the help of her parent/caregiver, a Girl Scout sets up Digital Cookie to sell online. Orders opened December 11, in-person contactless deliveries will begin mid-January. This is a digital pathway
where money is not exchanged. Girls may drop cookies on front porches or engage in other contactless forms of cookie delivery. Customers may also opt to purchase and donate cookies to first responders and essential workers through our Community Cookie program through their Digital Cookie online purchases.

In-Person Sales: Starting January 15, and based on comfort level, a girl can begin selling in person. Girls may sell door-to-door, to family and friends, teammates, and beyond, asking her network of contacts to support
her goals. Girls must wear face coverings, follow proper hand sanitizing procedures, and maintain social distancing when visiting homes in her community.

Family Booth Sales: Girls and their families can work with their Troop Cookie Manager to set up family booth sales starting January 15 at local small businesses as a new way to reach more customers. Girls and adults
must wear a mask covering the nose and mouth and maintain social distance. Additionally, hand sanitizer should be available for girls, adults and customers. Parents/caregivers and Girl Scouts hosting a My Family
Sales Booth must be from the same household. No more than two adults and three Girl Scouts can be present. No non-member siblings are permitted.

Troop and Council Booth Sales: Starting January 29, girls can participate in Troop Booth Sales and Council Booth Sales with local partners like grocery stores and more. Council Booth Sale locations are secured by
Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas and troops can sign up for slots in eBudde, our Cookie Program software. Girls and adults must wear a mask covering the nose and mouth and maintain social distance. Some vendors may have additional requirements to which girls will be expected to adhere in accordance with our partner agreements. Additionally, hand sanitizer should be available for girls, adults and customers. When hosting a Troop Booth, a maximum of two adults and two Girl Scouts from two different households is allowed. There is an exception for sisters in the same troop to allow two sisters to host a booth with one unrelated Girl Scout sister from the same troop, for a total of three Girl Scouts. No non-member siblings are permitted. Some vendor partners may have additional limitations on the number of girls and adults that are allowed to be present at booth sales.

Prior Cookie Season Reward Status

If your Girl Scout has not received a reward from the 2020 Cookie Program, please complete a status request for us to research your Girl Scout's reward and get back with you.

2020 Cookie Program Reward Status Request

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