Where to purchase?
You can purchase Girl Scout Cookies at any participating cookie booth site, or at either of the council offices, located in Florence or in North Charleston. To find a booth location near you, please click here.
Dates to Remember
January 9: Presale Begins
January 10: Council-wide Cookie Rally
January 19-21: Presale Ends
February 20 - 23: Presale Cookie Delivery
February 27 - March 15: Booth Sales
If you have an eCard with cookie dough funds, you can check your current balance online. To do so, click on this link, and type in your card number on the next page. If you have any questions, please contact Patriece Rhett, Director of Product Program, at 843-552-9910 ext 2370, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following resources for the 2015 Cookie Sale Activity are available to download in the Forms section of the website.
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Girl Scouts and cookies share a rich history. While recipes and box designs have changed, selling cookies remain an important part of today's Girl Scout program.
How does the Girl Scout Cookie Sale Activity benefit girls?
The activity of selling cookies is directly related to our purpose of helping all girls realize their full potential and become strong, confident and resourceful citizens. Through the Cookie Sale Activity, girls will have the opportunity to:
Customers get a great product and get to support girls in their own community. And all of the proceeds support the Girl Scout Program in the local community.
Learning Life Skills
Many successful business women today say they got their start selling Girl Scout Cookies. Girls practice useful life skills like planning, decision-making and customer service. During cookie activities, girls are members of a team working towards a common goal, with each girl striving to do her best.
The Cookie Sale Activity gives girls the opportunity to develop a variety of life skills, such as:
Every local troop/group is encouraged to set realistic goals, such as planning field trips and community service projects, to accomplish during the year. The money earned from cookie activities helps the troop/group achieve its goals.
So when your local Girl Scouts come calling with this year's best-selling cookies, remember you're saying hello to tomorrow's business leaders.
Please remember to attend any local trainings for further information.
The resources for service unit chairs can be accessed by clicking here.