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2022 Girl Scout Cookie Program Resources

Cookie Chats

Every Wednesday at noon or at 6 p.m.

Join the Product Program Specialist team for open discussions on different topics each week. Get your questions answered by GSCO staff. 

No need to register and join the team to talk about all things cookie.

Click here to join
Meeting ID: 669 442 8965
Passcode: COURAGE

Download the flyer for more information.

Cookie Rally Resources

Girl Scout volunteers and Cookie Captains: Check out the 2022 Rally Guide with loads of information to support planning an in-person or virtual rally! Download the guide and print only the pages you need. It includes fun five skills-building activities, links to activity templates, videos, virtual backgrounds, and more! Little Brownie Baker’s guide is perfect for planning an “Adventureful” cookie rally for your area, service unit or troop.


2022 Training Info
2022 Girl Scout Cookie Program – Climb with Courage! 

TCM training will cover what you need to know to support the girls in your troop and their families throughout the cookie program. It will cover what’s new, what’s back, girl rewards, and troop proceeds and incentives. You will learn what to consider when placing the initial order, what steps to take during different phases of the program, along with tips and best practices for inventory management, and resources available to support your experience. Attending volunteer training also gives you an opportunity get questions answered and to connect with other volunteers! 

New This Year! TCMs—Register for training through gsLearn. Cookie Program training will be presented as live webinars through Zoom, but you MUST register through gsLearn to receive the link to join the webinar and to receive credit for taking the training. See flier or guide for instructions on how to register. 

Recorded TCM training is also available in gsLearn to take anytime. Log into gsLearn through your myGS dashboard and look for the 2022 TCM Training in the GSCO course library.



Cookie Captain


The Cookie Captain program provides service-oriented Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors the opportunity to mentor Daisies and Brownies during the 2022 Cookie Program and teach them about the 5 Skills: Goal Setting, Decision Making, Money Management, People Skills, and Business Ethics! Share your expertise and earn service leadership hours too! Cookie Captains can work with service unit to help plan cookie rallies, and also help area key volunteers by assisting with special projects at delivery sites and cookie cupboards. Cookie Captains can share their story too, through GSCO social media, and earn service hours for doing so! For more information about being a Cookie Captain, check out the Cookie Captain Job Description, training, and the hours log sheet.


Digital Cookie Tip Sheets


Need help with your Inventory Order? Use our IO Calculator!

Delivery Day - How to print your IO code


Family Meeting Resources

Guides and Forms

Need eBudde or Digital Cookie information? You’re in the right place! Check out the important information in the Cookie Program TCM and Family Guides, and find digital versions of the girl order card under forms.

Booth Guides and Tips

Complete Booth Guide
2022 Booth Guide

The Booth Guide contains all you need to know about Council, My Sales, and alternative booths! It includes detailed safety guidelines, the DIY tabletop shield, drive-thru booth safety and set-up guidelines, tips for virtual booths, no-contact deliveries and steps for recording booth sales too.

The complete booth guide is perfect for new volunteers and Girl Scout families.

Mini Guides & Tip Sheets



Important Dates

No additional group/troop money-earning activities are allowed from the start date of the Girl Scout Cookie Program (Feb. 6, 2022) until the ACH debit date (March 24, 2022)

January 2022

January 1 - February 5 – SUCMs have SU/Troop meeting and TCMs have Troop/Parent meeting to discuss cookie program

January 1 - February 5 – Cookie Rallies happening statewide

January 13 – Girl Delivery opens in Digital Cookie/DOC

January 18– Troop initial order (IO) due in eBudde by 8 p.m.

January 20 –Service unit initial order due in eBudde by 8 p.m.

Week of January 26 – Cupboard and Rural deliveries begin
Delivery dates will be reconfirmed and communicated closer to the week of cookie deliveries. Please allow for some flexibility.

January 27 – Council cookie booth selection begins

February 2022

February 5 – Delivery Day pick up at regional sites

February 6 – Cookie Program Begins!

February 6 – Select Council Booths, My Sales Booths and door- to- door start.

February 9 - Cupboards begin opening

February 10 - Open booth selections to unlimited total amount

February 11 - Remaining council booths begin

February 13 - Super Bowl

February 14  - Valentine’s Day

February 18-20 - Girl Scout Cookie Weekend

February 21  - Presidents Day (Office Closed)

March 2022

March 13 – Cookie Program ends

March 14-16 - Cookie Program closeout

March 15 - Select and submit ALL girl rewards in eBudde

March 15 - Final troop data due. Allocate ALL cookies to girls in eBudde. Troops will be locked out of eBudde at 11:59 p.m. Meet with your service unit cookie manager to go over wrap-up on or before March 16.

March 16 - Final SU submissions on ALL girl rewards in eBudde.

March 16 - Last day to pick up Hometown Hero (HTH) cookies from a cupboard.

March 18 - Deadline to submit a Money Problem Report. Form closes at 8 p.m.

March 24 - ACH debit occurs for total amount owed to council.

April - May 2022

First week of May – Cookie Credits mailed to girls

May – Rewards shipped to SUCM

Promotional Tools for Virtual & Digital

Ready to promote the Girl Scout Cookie Program virtually? We've got plenty of promotional resources ready for you to use. 

Before the Cookie Program Begins

Get excited for the Girl Scout Cookie Program! Let everyone know that cookies are coming up by sharing one of these graphics. Include important information, like dates and how to order, in the caption.

Click the thumbnail below to download the graphic.

Caption Samples:
Get ready to get your Girl Scout Cookie on–cookie season almost is upon us! Savannah will be selling Girl Scout Cookies this year, so let me know if you want her to call you for your order!

Which flavor are you most looking forward to sampling? Comment below!

  • One month
  • Five days until
  • Five days until
  • Four days until
  • Three days
  • Two days
  • One day until
  • About Cookies Cookies Are Coming
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  • Coming soon
Cookies are Here

It’s Girl Scout Cookie time! Start sharing your cookie content on the first day of the Cookie Program.

Click the thumbnail below to download the graphic.

Caption Sample:
The day has finally come! Our favorite season is here. No, we don’t mean winter, summer, or fall. It’s Girl Scout Cookie Season!

  • it's cookie time 2
  • It's cookie time
  • Send Girl Scout Cookies
  • CookiesAreHere_SocialPost
  • AskMeAboutCookies_SocialPost
  • Cookie Phase Its Cookie Time
  • Virtual Tools Digital Cookie Season
  • Story  It's Cookie Time
Facebook Covers and Stories
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  • Facebook cover 03
  • Facebook cover 01
  • Cookie Story Slide 04
  • Cookie Story Slide 03
  • Cookie Story Slide 01
  • Cookie Story Slide 02
Order Online

Do your cookie customers know they can order their favorite Girl Scout Cookies from the comfort of home? Let them know with these social media posts!

Click the thumbnail below to download the graphic.

Caption Sample:
No need to leave the house—order your favorite Girl Scout Cookies from home!

  • shop online
  • Virtual booth
  • Virtual Tools Cookies At Your Doorstep2
  • Virtual Tools Cookies At Your Doorstep
  • WGT Toolkit Drive Thru Booths
  • Virtual Tools Looking For Cookies Online
  • Virtual Tools Digital Cookie Contactless Delivery
  • Virtual Tools Digital Cookie Season (1)
  • Story  Looking for GS Cookies-
  • SMT Phase1 Story Illustrations Shop Online
  • Story Samoa Exclam Cookies With Sparks
Contact-Free Delivery

If you're offering girl delivery on your Digital Cookie storefront, let customers know that you offer porch drops and other methods of contact-free delivery!

Click the thumbnail below to download the graphic.

Caption Samples:
You can now order Girl Scout Cookies online, and I'll deliver them right to your door, contact free!

Get delicious Girl Scout Cookies curbside delivered! As a sweet reminder, please wear your mask and maintain 6-foot distancing. Thank you!

Order from my #VirtualCookieBooth to get Girl Scout Cookies delivered to your door!

  • Virtual Tools Digital Cookie Contactless Delivery
  • WGT Toolkit Drive Thru Booths
  • Story  Buy From Home
Virtual Cookie Booths

Virtual booths—hosted on social media—give girls a way to achieve their sales goals and help others in their community from home. In fact, girls may find this allows them to discover new ways to take the lead in their cookie business and stay connected through virtual means!

Virtual Cookie Booth Guide

Holiday-Specific Promotions

Spread the news that you’re selling cookies online by featuring different holidays and occasions!

Click the thumbnail below to download the graphic.

Caption Sample:
Did you know you can order Girl Scout cookies online? I’m participating in Digital Cookie, which means you can buy cookies from me no matter where you are! Ask me how!

  • Valentine's Day - February 14

    Valentine's Day: February 14

  • National Random Act of Kindness Day - February 17

    Random Acts of Kindness Day: February 17

  • National Chocolate Mint Day - February 19

    Chocolate Mint Day: February 19

  • Peanut Butter Lovers Day - March 1

    Peanut Butter Lover's Day: March 1

QR Codes

QR Codes are a great way to share links to your individual or troop Digital Cookie Storefront, contact-free! If you've never made a QR Code before, or you want to make one that's on-brand for Girl Scouts, follow the directions below!

Building the QR Code

Copy your Digital Cookie link and open your QR Code generator app! GSWO uses QR Code Monkey to build our branded QR Codes.

Note that the QR Code preview in QR Code Monkey doesn’t update automatically every time you change a setting. To preview the changes you’ve made, select the green Create QR Code button under the preview image.

Enter Content
This is where you’ll paste your Digital Cookie URL.

Set Colors
For the foreground color, select Single Color (which should be auto-selected) and Custom Eye Color. The Single Color should be #00AE58, and both Eye Color boxes should be #000000. The background color should be #FFFFFF.

Customize Design
Finally, you’ll design the style of the QR code.

  • Body Shape: Select the fourth box from the right on the top row, which is large circles that touch.
  • Eye Frame Shape: Select the circle outline
  • Eye Ball Shape: Select the solid circle

Exporting the QR Code
Once you’ve selected all of the settings above, preview the QR Code by clicking the green Create QR Code button under the preview. If it looks right, select the size you need from the slider (1000px by 1000px is the default and should be fine in most instances), then click Download PNG.

Now you can print your QR Code and use as needed! We recommend adding a note to any printed pieces that say something along the lines of "scan this with your phone's camera to buy Girl Scout Cookies online!" so those who aren't familiar with QR Codes know what to do.


Tools for Cookie Program Success

Want to know about all the benefits of selling Girl Scout Cookies? Looking for a one-stop shop with the latest safety guidelines, information on earning the Cookie Entrepreneur Family pin, and tips for parents and volunteers working with Girl Scout Cookie professionals? 

Little Brownie Bakers 
Want to make this cookie season the best one yet? Check out some of the fun activities and materials for girls from our partners at Little Brownie Bakers. 

Girl Scouts of the USA's Cookie Resources Page 
Here you'll find handouts, posters, videos, and other materials to help you have fun and stay safe as you build your cookie business. 

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New Cookie Business Badges!

Cookie Business badges demonstrate that Girl Scouts have developed specific skills while running their own business. Earning Cookie Business badges gives you the chance to hone your skills and gain a deeper understanding of the world of business. There are new cookie business badges for every program level. Here are a few badge activity guides to preview: 

Check out the Entrepreneurial Progression Chart as well!

Head to the GSUSA website, cookie badges and pins page, for updated information about new badges. On the same page, you will also find family activity guides for the Girl Scout Entrepreneurial pins. 

Girl Scouts of the USA’s Response to Concerns about Palm Oil

GSUSA, and baker partners, Little Brownie and ABC, have released updated information and messaging for volunteers, Girl Scouts, and the public, addressing concerns about the use of palm oil in Girl Scout cookies.

GSUSA has been an affiliate member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) for almost ten years, and as an affiliate member, GSUSA supports the RSPO’s vision and efforts to promote the growth and use of sustainable palm oil products.

Girl Scout Cookies baked by both Little Brownie Bakers and ABC Bakers use Mass Balance RSPO certified palm oil and include the RSPO Mass Balance logo on their packaging (i.e. RSPO “Mixed” certification label). Both bakers’ future goal is to achieve 100% RSPO-segregated certified palm oil products for all Girl Scout Cookies they produce. They continue to work with their suppliers to explore strategies and timeline to achieve this goal.

For more information, check out the resources below: