Comply with all GSKWRC policies/procedures, including those outlined in the Troop Plan Book.
Review and model the Code of Conduct for Troop Cookie Sale Managers as outlined below.
Complete all required training for this role.
Meet all paperwork and submission deadlines.
Verify that all participating girls are registered members of GSUSA and correctly assigned to your troop.
Have an open troop checking account that meets all GSKWRC requirements.
Deposit sufficient funds to cover ACH withdrawals.
Educate parents in proper program procedures. Collect a signed Parent/Guardian Permission Form for every girl participating in the program and keep in your troop records.
Submit troop's cookie sale order by deadline date using the online program, Smart Cookies.
Arrange pick-up of troop's cookie sale order and distribute cookies to the girls immediately.
Must complete a receipt every time money or product is distributed between yourself, another Troop, or parent/guardian. Each receipt must be signed by yourself and other person at the time of distribution. This responsibility cannot be delegated.
Communicate with the Service Unit Cookie Manager regarding any excess supply of cookies on March 1, 2022 so possible transfer arrangements can be made. (Excessive supply = number of unsold cookie packages are greater than 20 % of total cookie packages ordered during entire sale.)
Report all uncollected money by completing the Uncollectible Debt Form (UDF) and supply a copy of the respective signed parent permission form and cookie receipts prior to the deadline date. Acceptance of the UDF is conditional on forms and receipts that have all fields complete.
Order and distribute rewards earned by girls within one week of receiving awards.
Be available to discuss cookie program with parents, answer questions, and praise the girls participating.