Welcome to the Cookie Connection! During cookie season, tens of thousands of girls in Connecticut will be learning firsthand the ins and outs of running their own cookie businesses.
To find out about the essential skills girls learn through the cookie program, click here. To see the eight delicious flavors girls are offering this year, click here.
Cookie order taking starts January 2, 2016! Cookies will arrive on February 27 and 28, and booth sales will begin February 27. For more important cookie dates, click here.
Send us your stories!
Tell us what you're doing with cookie proceeds. Share your success stories. Send us pictures of your cookie booth! Email email@example.com and you might be featured in one of our newsletters, on social media, or on future cookie program materials!
Online Marketing for Girls!
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!
For girls and families, Digital
Cookie has improved access to girls’ Digital Order Cards and easier
access to help with girls' Digital Order Cards. The added feature of
allowing girls to include offline sales means girls can use their
Digital Order Cards to have a true snapshot of their progress. This
year, Cookie Badges specific to the girl’s age level and the
requirements to earn the badges have been incorporated into Digital
Cookie, so we’re excited for girls to be able to use their Digital
Cookie page to fully engage in the Cookie Program.
GSOFCT uploads girl/parent data to Digital Cookie twice a week. Please be sure to look for the registration email from Girl Scout Cookies (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject line, “Ready, Set, Register for Digital Cookie” within 4 business days of submitting your sign up request. Check out our online sign up form
to get started with Digital Cookie 2.0.
Digital Cookie 2.0 features a simplified order page featuring a photo
or video message from the girl and her cookie story/goals. PLUS, there
will be NO additional handling fees for cookies ordered online that will
be donated or delivered by the girl. Direct shipping fees have also
Find out more in page 13 of the 2016 Cookie Program Guide.
More Digital Cookie Tools:
Cookie Learning Resources
Looking for resources to help your girls learn the five skills?
• Check out the Product Sales > Cookies category in the Resource and Forms Library.
• Visit the Little Brownie Baker website.
Online Tools for Volunteers
Videos and Recorded Webinars
Check out our how-to videos and recorded webinars:
The Cookie Recipe
If you are a Troop or Service Unit Cookie manager, sign up for the Cookie Recipe for weekly emails with all the ingredients for Volunteers to make this an amazing Cookie Program. If you have questions, email email@example.com.
Girl Scouts of Connecticut continues to use eBudde to manage the Cookie Program. The instructions for using eBudde can be found in the Troop Instructions which were provided by your Service Unit Cookie Manager.
Troop Cookie Managers/Leaders can use the Webster online
banking option to pay for the troop's Cookie sales. You do not need to be a
Webster customer to use this option.
Girl Scouts of Connecticut's Webster online payment system for Product Sales has gotten an upgrade!
The new system is easier to use and you will no longer need a username
and password. All you need to do is write in your troop number, then
input your payment info, and you're all set!
For more information about the Cookie Program or online banking, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 922-2770 ext. 3333.