Cookie Program Benefits

5 Essential Skills Girls Learn from the Cookie Program

Goal Setting – Girls learn how to set goals and create a plan to reach them. 

Decision Making – Girls learn how to make decisions on their own and as a team.

Money Management – Girls learn to create a budget and handle money.

People Skills – Girls find their voice and build confidence through customer interactions.

Business Ethics – Girls learn to act ethically, both in business and in life.

Troop Proceeds

Troops earn between and 75¢ and 95¢ per box, depending upon the average number of boxes sold per girl. Older girl troops (Junior – Ambassador) may collectively choose to take an additional .05¢ per box instead of individual girl rewards, but girls will still earn patches and the higher non-LBB rewards. If the troop ended the 2020 Fall Product Program with at least a $50.00 per registered girl average, they can also earn an additional 2¢ per box. GSCB keeps physical custody of Juliette’s funds as it is against IRS guidelines for Juliettes to manage their funds in personal bank accounts. 

Proceeds chart


Girls will earn rewards based on the number of boxes they sell. All the rewards are cumulative. This year, GSCB has implemented many changes to the rewards program to adapt to the changing world atmosphere with many options for girls to be at home and with family. 

To see all of the available rewards, visit Cookie Program Rewards

SU Cookie Share

Proceeds are given to Service Units for their support, time and energy dedicated to Product Programs. These proceeds are used to enhance and support the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and deliver successful programs to all girls within the Service Unit.

Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay