The Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest girl-led business in the world with $700 million in annual sales. Every year millions of girls learn how to run a business by actually running a business!
Through the The Girl Scout Cookie Program girls gain immeasurable benefits. Girls learn how to set goals to support their activities like funding community service and leadership projects, attending summer camp, and travelling to destinations near and far. The Girl Scout Cookie Program teaches girls practical life skills that will help them become leaders in every aspect of life.
So what does the Girl Scout Cookie Program look like for USAGSO-NA for 2014? Everything you need to know is right here at your fingertips.
2014 Cookie Program Dates: 7 February – 7 March
Girl Scout Cookies are on sale at booths in USAGSO-North Atlantic overseas communities from 7 February to 7 March 2014. Not sure where you can find cookies in your area? Contact email@example.com and we will set your compass to “Cookies!”
Types of Cookies
Our cookies are baked without high-fructose corn syrup by Little Brownie Bakers of Louisville, Kentucky; one of two companies in the country licensed by GSUSA to bake Girl Scout Cookies.
Cookie Prices for 2014
- USD: $4.00
- Euro: €3.20
- GBP: £2.70
- TRY: 9.00 lire
Cookie Program FAQs
Girl Scout Cookie sales might seem a little different in overseas communities. Take a look at the USAGSO-NA FAQs for the Cookie Program.
5 Skills for Girls
Through the Girl Scout Cookie Program girls develop five essential skills:
- Goal setting
- Decision making
- Money management
- People skills
- Business ethics
Find out more here.
For Troop/Group Volunteers and Parents
There are many ways to help girls have a successful Cookie Program like volunteering at a cookie booth or leading them to learn the 5 Skill for Girls. Read more in this valuable resource: Girl Scout Cookie Program 2014