Troop Champions

Troop Cookie Champions (TCCs) are an invaluable part of the Girl Scout Cookie Program. Volunteers like you are the champions, role models and cookie coaches who help girls discover their amazing potential and take steps towards achieving their goals.

In order to become the Troop Cookie Champion for your troop, follow these steps:
  1. Complete the Product Program Champion Agreement
  2. Once you’ve completed your agreement, you’ll be granted access to the 2022 Cookie Program Training in gsLearn. You must complete the training prior to receiving your troop materials. Not sure how to access gsLearn? Watch this How to Access gsLearn tutorial video.
  3. Connect with your Service Unit Cookie Champion for information on picking up your troop’s materials (order cards, receipt booklets, etc.).
  4. Set up a Caregiver meeting with your troop to review the Cookie Program materials, important dates and money management information.

What does a Troop Cookie Champion do?

Complete Troop Cookie Manager training with your Service Unit Cookie Manager (COVID-19 restrictions dependent) or online. 

Complete a Product Program Manager Agreement form.

Set up your contact details in eBudde, the online cookie management system. Check that your bank account and routing numbers are entered by GSCB in the Settings tab. Fill out a Banking Request form if not. 

Review your troop roster in eBudde. If any girls are missing, contact with your troop number and names of missing girls.

Ensure your families are in the know and feel supported, and distribute materials like order cards for use after the in-person portion of the program begins.

Enter girl orders from their order cards into eBudde & keep eBudde up to date (either on the desktop version or via the eBudde Mobile app).

Pick up initial order on delivery day and additional re-orders from a Cookie Cupboard, as needed.

Distribute cookies to families and issue receipts every time cookies and/or money changes hands.

Collect money from cookie pick-ups and issue receipts every time cookies and/or money change hands.

Communicate with your troop on a regular basis about program updates, cookie inventory, booth opportunities, debt and deadlines.

Enter, pick up and distribute girl rewards.

Today's girls are already thinking like entrepreneurs.* With your guidance, girls are able to build on their thinking and start running their own Girl Scout Cookie business.
Today's Girls, Tomorrow's Entrepreneurs.
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