Permission and Agreement Forms
FAQs - Individually Registered Girl Scouts (IRGs)
Who is our main contact for questions?
Customer Care is your main contact. We will ensure your question is
sent to the right person. Contact email@example.com or
I’m new to this—what do I do!?
Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 248-2250!
How are payments (to the council) handled when a girl is independent?
Payments can be made through digital cookie, at the council office
in person, by mail, or directly to our council account at any branch
of First National Bank of Alaska. Please contact us at email@example.com if
you need banking/deposit information.
How do rewards work for Individually Registered Girl Scouts?
Girl Scouts can earn Cookie Dough along with any earned rewards.
Individually Registered Girls do not have bank accounts and therefore,
will receive Cookie Dough in place of troop proceeds. Cookie Dough can
be used toward any Girl Scouts of Alaska merchandise or Girl Scouts of
Alaska events such as camp, Encampment, STEM events, and more. Cookie
Dough cards are used like debit/credit cards and include a card number
and CVV code. Cookie proceeds ranges can be found in the Independent
Seller Cookie Manager Manual.
How do booths work for Individually Registered Girl Scouts?
Individually Registered Girl Scouts can sign up to sell at a booth
just like troops do. If more than one Individually Registered Girl
Scout wants to team up with another, all safety protocols pertain;
just as for troops.
How many boxes of cookies can Individually Registered Girl
Scout sellers pick up?
Individually Registered Girl Scouts can pick up up to 7 cases of
cookies before the balance is paid.