The best way to buy cookies is to order them directly from a local Girl Scout. To find out if cookies are currently being sold in your area, contact your local Girl Scout Council.
Don’t know a Girl Scout? Use the Cookie Finder above or download the Cookie Finder app to search for a troop or booth near you. Girl Scout Cookies are also available to ship nationwide through local Girl Scouts.
Order Girl Scout Cookies from your local troop to your stoop with DoorDash. As part of the entrepreneurial experience, local Girl Scouts will track and fulfill orders, manage inventory, and more, while partnering with DoorDash’s technology and team. Visit DoorDash.com or the DoorDash app to check availability in your area.
Do you know what’s even sweeter than Girl Scout Cookies? Every box of cookies you buy from your neighborhood Girl Scout stays local. Proceeds from your purchase help fund incredible adventures like camping and bold ideas like a local recycling program. Support your community by purchasing cookies from a local Girl Scout today!
Skill #1: Goal Setting
Girl Scouts learn how to set goals and create a plan to reach them, enabling amazing experiences for themselves and their troops all year long, while helping others too.
Skill #2: Decision Making
Girl Scouts learn to make decisions on their own and as a team, whether it's how to run and promote their cookie sale, interact with customers, or spend their earnings.
Skill #3: Money Management
Girl Scouts learn to expand their money smarts while running their own cookie business and create a budget to fund the experiences they want to share as a troop.
Skill #4: People Skills
Girl Scouts find their voice and build confidence through customer interactions, developing valuable skills that will help them succeed in school, in business, and in life.
Skill #5: Business Ethics
Girl Scouts learn to act ethically—lessons that will stay with them for a lifetime of leadership and success.
All of the net revenue raised through the Girl Scout Cookie Program—100 percent of it—stays with the local council and troops. Troops may use the money earned to fund a project that will improve their community or donate the money to a worthy cause.