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For Cookie Volunteers

The 2023 Girl Scout Cookie Program information is coming soon! Troop leaders and troop cookie managers can sign their troop up here to sell cookies during the 2023 season, this will also help us make sure that all of the information is getting to the right people!

Why Participate

Why Participate?

The Girl Scout Cookie Program has long taught girls how to run a business via in-person booths, door-to-door activity, and the Digital Cookie® platform online. The proceeds from each and every purchase stay local with the troop and its council to power Girl Scouts’ essential leadership programming. Many girls use their cookie earnings to fund visits to Girl Scouts of Alaska summer camps, trips, projects, and more.

All net revenue raised through the Girl Scout Cookie Program, every penny after paying the baker, stays in Alaska to support our Girl Scouts, girl programs, and camps.

Want to volunteer with the GSAK Cookie Program? Read about all the ways to volunteer!

Questions? Contact us.

Getting Started

Sign your troop up here to participate in the 2023 Girl Scout Cookie Program. More information is coming soon!

Necessary Forms

Coming soon!

Training and Videos

Look for 2023 Cookie Training on gsLearn – Coming soon!

Rewards and Activities

Coming soon!

Social Media Guidelines

Here's what you can do:

  • Post that your Girl Scout Troop is selling Cookies. Example: “Troop 123 is selling cookies at Fred Meyers from 2-3 p.m.”
  • Post a Digital Cookie link on your personal social media page or private group with people you know.
  • Use smart judgment. If you want to post in a private Facebook group, but that group has hundreds or thousands of people in it, then it may not be wise to post there as you can risk girl and volunteer safety.
  • Try posting something generic. For example: “Interested in buying Girl Scout Cookies? Send me a message and I can get you in contact.”

What to avoid:

  • For Girl Scout safety, we do not post about where or when a specific girl is selling cookies. You can post Troop information on your personal social media, but a post mentioning name, location, and time is not safe. Example: “My daughter Jane will be selling at Fred Meyers from 2-3 p.m.”
  • Posting Digital Cookie links on public pages or re-sale sites. Examples of public forums are: Craigslist, eBay and Facebook Marketplace. This includes commenting the link on another page’s post.
Digital Cookie

Coming soon!

Product Credits

2023 Program Credits

Read the Program Credit policy.


General Resources

GSAK Emergency Number: (907) 931-4039. This is to be used in a real Girl Scout emergency only.


  • Find the eBudde website here.

Cookie Booths


Bling Your Booth Contest

2022 BYB Winners!

2023 information coming soon!

For Independent Girls

2023 information coming soon!

Getting Started

  • Cookie Checklist for Caregivers

Permission and Agreement Forms

  • Parent/Guardian Permission & Financial Responsibility Form

Financial Forms

  • Delinquent Family Form - coming soon
  • Returned Check Reimbursement Request


  • Printable Door Hangers
COVID Information
Our most recent COVID-related cookie-selling information, and the full COVID guidelines document, can be found on the COVID-19 Updates page. Check the page for our most recent changes.
Other Resources

 Questions? Contact us.