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By selling Girl Scout products to friends and family, you can develop valuable life skills like goal setting, money management, people skills, business ethics and teamwork – while you have fun! The Girl Scouts of Rhode Island, Inc. sponsors two product sales each year. All Girl Scouts – from Daisies to Ambassadors – can participate. Only troops that have participated in both product sales can do any additional fundraising.

The Girl Scout Cookie Sale
girls at booth saleThe $700 million Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest girl-led business in the country. In fact, many successful business women today say they got their start selling Girl Scout Cookies! In our council, girls can sell Girl Scout cookies from late December through the end of March. Some troops choose to sell “directly” – boxes of cookies are immediately available to customers. Other troops choose to take orders from customers and fulfill them once all the orders are in.

Read more about the 2014 Girl Scout Cookie Sale.
The QSP/Be a Reader Magazine & Ashdon farms/Candy & Nut Sale
This sale of magazine subscriptions and renewals and high quality nuts and candies is held each September/October. The nuts and candy arrive just in time for Thanksgiving and make great holiday gifts, hostess gifts and teacher “thank you” gifts. By holding a product sale early in the troop year, troops can raise the funds they need for community service projects or field trips.

The 2014 Girl Scout Cookie Sale

What can a girl do? She can do anything when she puts her mind to it -- logo for saleand the Girl Scout Cookie Sale can teach her how to do it!

By selling Girl Scout Cookies, girls develop valuable life skills - goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills and business skills.

Meet the Cookies

Each year we offer 8 delicious varieties of Girl Scout Cookies. There are two bakers of Girl Scout cookies, so selections (and names) vary regionally. In our council, we sell Thin Mints, Peanut Butter Patties, Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Shortbread, Cranberry Citrus Crisps (new this year), Thanks-A-Lots, Lemonades and Caramel deLites.

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Important Dates to Remember

December 20, 2013 Girls can begin taking orders.
January 5, 2014 The Great Girl Scout Cookie Party at The Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence. Followed by a Providence Bruins game.
January 17, 2014 Cookie deliveries and booth sales begin
February 7-8, 2014 Girl Scout Cookie Weekend
March 3, 2014 Final paperwork and payments due
April 30, 2014 Cookie credit transfer deadline

What's New This Year

  • Introducing a new cookie: Cranberry Citrus Crisps. A crispy cookie made with whole grain and full of tangy cranberry bits and a zesty citrus flavor. Nine grams of whole grain per cookie
  • By eliminating the carton on three varieties of cookies and by purchasing Green Palm Oil Certificates, GSUSA and ABC Bakers are enhancing our commitment to sustainability and preservation of critical natural resources.
  • Four of our cookie varieties have been certified vegan friendly. Your vegan customers can now enjoy Thin Mints, Lemonades, Thanks-A-Lots, and Peanut Butter Patties.

Girl Incentives

75+ boxes Panda Pen
135+ boxes Small Panda
160+ boxes Duffle Bag
200+ boxes T-shirt and Sunglasses
250+ boxes Tapeffiti Tape Caddy Kit
350+ boxes Hoodie
500+ boxes Large Panda
750+ boxes Towel and Cinch Sack
1,000+ boxes Chair
1,500+ boxes Hat, Headphones, and MP3 Player
2,000+ boxes Theater Package

But, wait. There's more! The top seller in the council will receive an Apple iPad mini and the top seller in each service unit will receive a Cool Spool Knitting Kit.

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Honorary Cookie Chair

The 2014 Honorary Cookie Chair is Danielle North, co-anchor for WPRI's danielle northEyewitness News This Morning. Danielle was a Girl Scout and her mother was a troop leader. Danielle served as Cookie Mom for her daughter's troop in Warwick.

In her role as Honorary Cookie Chair, Danielle will be the spokesperson for the 2014 Girl Scout Cookie Sale and champion for the five key life skills that girls develop while participating in the sale. Thank you, Danielle!

Councilwide Service Project

Each year GSRI selects a local organization to be the recipient of our annual Cookie Sale Community Service project. Girls can choose to donate a portion of their troop cookie sale proceeds to the organization. It's a great way for the girls to give back to our community! This year we have selected The Matty Fund to be our service project beneficiary.

The mission of The Matty Fund is soldierto provide family resources, raise epilepsy awareness, promote patient safety and improve the quality of life for children and families living with epilepsy.

I'm On a Diet!

As always, you can support Girl Scouting and stay on your diet by indicating to the girl selling cookies that you'd like to purchase a box of Girl Scout Cookies for a member of our armed forces serving overseas.

This "taste of home" is always appreciated by our servicemen and women.

Questions? Contact the product sales coordinator within your service unit or call the council office at 401.331.4500.