Little Brownie, is inspired by girls to bring you the best Cookie Program possible, In fact, they are telling the world what a girl can do with Girl Scout Cookies by showcasing amazing stories from across the country. When they see how other girls are making a big difference with Girl Scout Cookies, volunteers and girls dream bigger. And customers are inspired to help. Click here to view one of the videos.
Girl Scouts set sales goals individually and with their troop or group, create a plan to reach their goals, and they develop Cooperation and Team Building skills all along the way!
Girl Scouts help decide how their team will spend their cookie money,furthering Critical Thinking and Problem Solving skills.
Girl Scouts take orders, handle customers’ money and gain valuable and Practical Life Skills around financial literacy.
Girl Scouts learn how to talk to, listen to and work with all kinds of people during the sale. These experiences help girls develop Healthy Relationship and Conflict Resolution skills they can use throughout life.
A Girl Scout is honest and responsible at every step of the cookie sale. Her business ethics here reinforce the Positive Values she is developing as a Girl Scout.
The activity of selling cookies is directly related
to our purpose of helping all girls realize their full potential and become
strong, confident and resourceful citizens. By participating in the annual
cookie program Girl Scouts…
- Get practical life skills like goal
setting, money management and teamwork.
- Learn key entrepreneurial skills like
- Provide customers with a great product
that supports girls in their own community.
- Directly benefit since all the money
raised by the cookie program stays in the local community
Many successful business women today say they got
their start selling Girl Scout Cookies. Girls practice useful life skills like
planning, decision-making and customer service. During cookie activities, girls
are members of a team working towards a common goal, with each girl striving to
do her best.
Every Girl Scout troop/group is encouraged to set
realistic goals, such as planning field trips and community service projects,
to accomplish during the year. The money earned from cookie activities helps
the troop/group achieve its goals.
So when your local Girl Scouts come calling with
this year’s best-selling cookies, remember you’re saying hello to tomorrow’s