When you buy Girl Scout cookies, you aren’t just enjoying a delicious treat, you’re helping Girl Scouts gain the skills and confidence to change the world—one box of cookies at a time.
From hiking in the woods to community service, your cookie purchase helps Girl Scouts learn, grow, and thrive through adventure. Now that’s a powerful cookie! Ready to taste the adventure?
Girl Scout Cookie seasons vary by location. To find out if Girl Scout Cookie season has started in your area, enter your zip code into the Find Cookies box above.
To find a cookie booth near you, just enter your zip code in the "Find Cookies!" tool above to get dates and locations for Girl Scout Cookie sales in your area.
So if you know a Girl Scout, tell her you're interested in buying cookies from her online, and she’ll take it from there! In true Girl Scout style, a girl always manages her own sale.
To find out if online sales are available in your area, connect with your local Girl Scout council.
Always on your cell, but not a fan of apps? Text COOKIES to 59618 for the perfect way to put access to cookies at your fingertips, wherever you may be.
Skill #1: Goal Setting
Girl Scouts learn how to set goals and create a plan to reach them, enabling amazing experiences for themselves and their troops all year long, while helping others too.
Skill #2: Decision Making
Girl Scouts learn to make decisions on their own and as a team, whether it's how to run and promote their cookie sale, interact with customers, or spend their earnings.
Skill #3: Money Management
Girl Scouts learn to expand their money smarts while running their own cookie business and create a budget to fund the experiences they want to share as a troop.
Skill #4: People Skills
Girl Scouts find their voice and build confidence through customer interactions, developing valuable skills that will help them succeed in school, in business, and in life.
Skill #5: Business Ethics
Girl Scouts learn to act ethically—lessons that will stay with them for a lifetime of leadership and success.
All of the net revenue raised through the Girl Scout Cookie Program—100 percent of it—stays with the local council and troops. Troops may use the money earned to fund a project that will improve their community or donate the money to a worthy cause.