Deluxe Pecan Clusters
The Fall Product Program is a great way for girls to kick start their membership year while helping their troop with much-needed funds for service projects, adventures, and experiences.
This program is an integral part of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, where girls gain experience with the five skills linked to leadership and financial literacy:
Plus, it prepares girls for the work — and fun! — of the Girl Scout Cookie Program.
We offer a variety of products that can be purchased either directly from a participating Girl Scout or using her online store. The nuts and candy order card that girls use to sell directly to customers provides 16 choices ranging in price from $6 to $10.
Girls’ websites will offer additional purchasing options — varieties of nuts and candy, including favorites like Dulce De Leche Owls, Deluxe Pecan Clusters, Butter Toasted Peanuts, and the collectible Girl Scout Tins!
Our Girl Scout Cookie Program is much more than a fundraiser. It's a fun way for girls of all ages to earn the money that fuels their dreams.
It's a powerful, hands-on leadership and entrepreneurial program. The countless exciting possibilities - from new business opportunities to a healthier planet to a more beautiful world - begin with the skills girls learn and the actions they take today. Girls will learn firsthand the ins and outs of running their own cookie businesses, even "branding" their enterprises for the maximum impact.
In an ever-changing world, it's comforting to know that some things stay the same. For one, Girl Scouts love adventure! For another, people love Girl Scout Cookies!
This year more than ever, there's a big helping of adventure in every delicious bite of Girl Scout Cookies®. Add a big dash of never-give-up, I’ve-got-this, and the world-is-mine-for-the-taking, and you’ve got some very powerful cookies.
When you purchase Girl Scout Cookies, you're supporting girls’ ability to learn, grow, and thrive through adventure. Running their very own Girl Scout Cookie business makes it all possible, from camping trips that teach them how to be resourceful to STEM projects that inspire them to change the world and epic treks that remind them they’re capable of anything.
Enjoy Girl Scout Cookies yourself, give some to a friend, or donate to a worthy cause—every bite counts!
Getting Started with Fall Product (video)
Gift of Caring - "Cookies for Heroes"
Thanks to our Gift of Caring community service project, cookies can give back! GSGMS is continuing the Cookies for Heroes program. Last year over 5000 boxes were distributed and shipped overseas to women and men serving our country.
Cookies for Heroes is a program that allows the community to send Girl Scout cookies to military personnel serving overseas and local heroes at home. This can include veterans, firemen & women, policemen & women and EMTs.
This is a terrific alternative for those who want to support GSGMS without actually purchasing the cookies themselves, and is ideal for companies and corporations.
The girls receive credit for these cookies sold. The Council delivers the cookies; volunteers and girls do not handle any of the boxes!
Here's how it works:
Each Girl Scout who sells a minimum of 12 Cookies for Heroes boxes will earn a special patch and girls who sell 36 will receive a charm!
If you want to attract lots and lots of customers, it's time to "bling" your cookie booth. Be creative...anything colorful, bright and energetic should bring customers to your booth. Just be sure to follow the guidelines set by your booth sponsor and Troop Leaders.
*A Cookies for Heroes poster MUST be displayed at your booth.
Submit your pictures to the the council office by posting on the GSGMS Facebook page.
Each week the top three (3) Blinged Booths will win for their troop:
1st place - $75 Troop Pizza Party
2nd place - $50 Michael's or Hobby Lobby gift card
3rd place - $25 Sonic gift card
Bling your Booth patches can be purchased through the Council shops.
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