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It’s Girl Scout cookie time

When a Girl Scout sells cookies, she’s learning goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics — aspects essential to leadership, to success, and to life.

Buying Girl Scout cookies is more than just handing over money. It’s about the skills and learning a girl gains from interacting directly with you. It’s about helping a girl impact her community with service projects, go to a life-changing camp, and achieving her dreams as she becomes a leader in her generation.

Don’t know a Girl Scout?

Fill out a Cookie Request and we’ll help get you connected!

Want to donate Girl Scout Cookies to soldiers?

Use Operation Cookie Drop online. You can even make sure your favorite Girl Scout or troop gets credit. Just mention her/them in the comments.

Need to find those wonderful Girl Scout Cookies?

The Girl Scout Cookie Sale takes place in February and March each year. Use the official Cookie Finder App (available via Apple Store and Google Play) for booth sale locations, reminders, and much more.

Locally, you can find Girl Scout Cookies near you by calling 918-749-2551 or toll free 800-707-9914 and pressing 7 for the Cookie Line. Orders will be directed to a troop in your area. You can also download an alternate Cookie Locator App by dialing **GSCOOKIES to receive updates on nearby booth sale locations.

Where does the money go?

Proceeds from Council Cookie Sale are placed in the Council general operating fund and are used to pay for direct services to girls and leaders. These proceeds support our camping program and facilities, Council sponsored programs, leader training and adult development programs, property maintenance and development, Outreach programs, and financial assistance. Troops also earn proceeds from participating in Council Cookie Sale. These proceeds, like troop dues, are used to pay for pins and badges, field trips, fees for Council and Service Unit events, camping trips, service projects, and other special activities the girls choose to do.

The cost is $4 per box.

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