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How to get Girl Scout Cookies!
Cookie Season starts Jan. 1, 2021!
Fall Product Program begins Oct. 1, 2020!
Cookies Providing Comfort
We've already received reports of donated cookies providing comfort to frontline workers. Check out a couple stories below, and read more on our blog.
Girl Scout Troop 76120 donated some of their leftover booth-sale cookies to these healthcare providers at Northwestern Hospital, and the entire Service Unit 718 made and sent thank you cards!
Girl Scouts from Rogers Park and Evanston in Chicago delivered cookies to first-responders, local firefighters, and USPS workers. They even got a shout-out from Vocalo Radio on Twitter. Great job, girls!
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When you make a Girl Scout Cookie purchase, you’re helping the next generation of young female entrepreneurs get an important taste of what it takes to be successful—teamwork, planning, and a positive outlook (and that’s just the beginning). All proceeds from your purchase stay local! Meet the cookies!
Meet our 2019 Cookie All-Stars!
Think Outside the Cookie Box
Inside: Delicious cookies for you
Outside: Amazing experiences for girls
When you support her success through the Girl Scout Cookie Program®, you’re narrowing the entrepreneurship gap between women and men by nurturing that go-getter spirit early on and equipping her with the confidence and know-how to dream big and do bigger.
Your cookie purchase is an investment in the world-changing business leaders of tomorrow! Learn where cookie money goes!
Got an awesome cookie story on your hands? Show the world what a Girl Scout entrepreneur can do, send your incredible story to us via email.
About Cookie Booth Locations
Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana (GSGCNWI) celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit of its members during the annual Girl Scout Cookie program.
Girl Scout troops coordinate their cookie-selling efforts in their own communities with the approval of the girls' parents/guardians and troop leaders, and in partnership with legally owned and operated businesses.
GSGCNWI does not specifically ban any legal business from consideration (including locations near breweries, legal marijuana dispensaries or other adult-oriented businesses), and it is recommended that troops and parents exercise proper discretion when choosing appropriate, safe sites.