Welcome to the 2024 Girl Scout Cookie Program!
Caregivers must review and agree to all information below in order for girls to participate in GSCCC product programs.
Please have your Troop Cookie Coordinator's email available when completing the agreement; it is a required field on the form. By entering their email he/she will receive notification you have completed this agreement.
Girl Scout Eligibility
- Girls must be registered for the 2023-2024 Girl Scout membership year
- Girls that are part of multiple households must have a caregiver in each home submit an agreement. Each household will share the same Digital Cookie account but handles its own product and money to protect both parties from incurring each other’s program debt.
- Participants must be in good standing with Girl Scouts of Colonial Coast.
Proceeds and Rewards
- Proceeds may only be allocated to Girl Scout troops/groups for Girl Scout program activities. Cash-based accounts may not be kept for or distributed to individual girls. All rewards earned by girls through product activities must support Girl Scout program experiences (such as camp, travel, and program events; but not scholarships or financial credits toward outside organizations).
- Opting out of rewards is a girl/troop-led decision and is only available for Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors.
- Troops may not be split for the purpose of rewards.
- Girls in troops that opt-out of rewards are still eligible for all initial order rewards, cookie program patches, top seller events, camp week, and super seller reward levels.
- Council reserves the right to substitute a reward for an equal or lesser value.
- The girl rewards structure can be found on the back of the order card.
- Rewards are cumulative except for patches.
- All rewards and events are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
Social Media and Online Marketing
- The Girl Scout Cookie Program is a girl-led program and online marketing and sales efforts should always be led by a girl while also being supervised by her caregiver.
- Those engaging in online sales and marketing must review and apply the Digital Marketing Tips for Cookie Entrepreneurs and Their Families (girlscoutcookies.org/digitalmarketingtips).
- Sales links should never be posted to online resale sites (eBay, Facebook Marketplace, Facebook Swap, Virtual Yard Sales, Amazon, etc.).
- Social media ads are not be purchased or donated to promote sales links.
Girls/caregivers should consider truncating or removing their last name when using social media sites to protect their identity.
- GSUSA and GSCCC reserve the right to remove or disable a girl or troop links for any reason including violation of guidance, inventory fulfillment issues, safety issues, or if sales and marketing activity goes viral and otherwise creates unanticipated disruption.
- Girls may use private Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, text messages, IMs, and emails as online marketing tools to let family, friends, and former customers know about the sale.
- Group sites (military, neighborhood, etc.) are allowed—provided the post is not on listed on the resale portion of the site.