- All parents and guardians must approve if their child goes to a cookie booth.
- Girls should wear Girl Scout apparel or display their Girl Scout pins.
- You must remain at your booth site the entire duration of the hours you signed up for, or until you sell out of cookies.
- Arrive no more than 10 minutes before your scheduled time. The troop before you is scheduled until the end of their time slot. You cannot sell cookies before the beginning of your time slot. Manage the transition with the previous troop smoothly, keeping social distancing in the forefront.
- If the troop following you has not shown up, you may continue to sell until they arrive.
- Consider donating a box of cookies as a courtesy to the business that agreed to host your booth.
- At the end of your shift, quietly pack up all items, clean up, take all your trash with you, and leave the area cleaner than you found it.
- If you are the last booth slot, please leave on time.
- If you must cancel, contact Conchetta Jones at 708-658-2331.
Resources for Cookie Volunteers
What to Bring to Your Booth
Facts about What We Stand For:
During Girl Scout Cookie season, our most visible time of year, people sometimes perpetuate rumors or false information about what Girl Scouting stands for as an organization in order to secure media coverage of their own platform issues or because they simply do not know the facts.
To ensure our members and their families can confirm that Girl Scouting does NOT have a relationship with Planned Parenthood and does NOT take a position on abortion or birth control, we are providing you with a fact sheet that explains this in writing. We encourage adults who are supporting girls during the cookie program to print out this fact sheet and carry it with them in order to provide accurate, factual information about our position on several divisive social issues.