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Cookie Know HowWhat is the Cookie Program?

The Girl Scout Cookie Program enables girls to learn life skills and realize their goals all while having fun! Customers get a great product and the opportunity to support girls in their community. The proceeds support troop/group treasuries, help girls fund their Girl Scout experience and provide important revenue that is used by the Council to support quality programs for nearly 35,000 girls in Connecticut.

Girls start taking orders January 2, and cookies are delivered to troops on February 27 and 28. Cookie Booth Sales are held February 27 through March 27, 2016. Find out about the different cookie flavors!

Toffee-tastics are returning! New Cookies for Heroes incentive!

Girls will receive recognitions based on their total sales (or Junior, Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador troops, can choose to earn a higher percent of proceeds instead of receiving incentives.) 

This year's theme is Worth Sharing! As part of the Girl Scout Cookie Program, girls learn five essential skills including:

  • Goal Setting
  • Decision Making
  • Money Management
  • People Skills
  • Business Ethics


Digital Cookie!
Digital Cookie 2.0 is the next step in the evolution of the online component to the Cookie Program, and GSOFCT is excited to be a part of the second year of this pilot program! Digital Cookie allows girls to create their own Digital Order Card through which they can market their cookie business online, track sales to see what cookies are top sellers with their customers and take orders that can be paid for with a credit/debit card. Customers have a choice to have cookies shipped directly to them, have a girl deliver the cookies, or donate cookies to the council’s Cookies for Heroes program. Find out more in page 13 of the 2015 Cookie Program Guide.


How can I help?

• Review with your girl the information she receives from her leader, including the Family Newsletter and the ordering information for cookies.

Help your girl develop her customer list.

Accompany your girl when she is taking orders, delivering cookies, and offer to help at her booth sale.

Remind your girl to offer Cookies for Heroes to her customers when she is taking orders.

 If your Girl Scout is 13 or older will be marketing online, read and sign the Internet Safety Pledge.

Remind your girl of important deadlines for the program.

Congratulate your girl on doing a great job in the Cookie Program!


Share your love of cookies with Gift of Caring!

 Cookies For Heroes is the Council’s Gift of Caring service project that gives customers the opportunity to support Girl Scouting and our military personnel. Customers purchase Girl Scout cookies from their local troop and the cookies are delivered by our partners to military personnel. The girl will collect the money, and Girl Scouts of Connecticut will ensure the cookies are sent to women and men serving our country. You can also write a message to be sent with the cookies on

Troops may know of a local organization that they would like to support through cookie donations. Customers are asked if they would like to purchase cookies that will be given to the troop’s Gift of Caring organization. Girls will bring actual boxes from the troop’s inventory to the local organization.



For more information about the Cookie Program please contact us at or (800) 922-2770 ext. 3350.


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