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Product Sales

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 Southeastern New England 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.

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2015-2016 GIRL SCOUT COOKIE SELLER TOOLKIT!

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ddd spalshThe $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.
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Councilwide Service Project

Each year GSSNE 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 chosen The Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation.Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation Logo

The mission of The Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation is to promote youth leadership, to support education and to generate public awareness of the dangers of drunk driving and substance abuse. Katie was killed by a drunk driver at the age of 13. She was a Girl Scout who believed in helping others and making the world a better place. By educating the community about the dangers of drunk driving, Katie's legacy can live on.

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100 years of cookies! what's your cookie story?

cookie sell vintageDid you know that next year is the 100 Anniversary of the Girl Scout Cookie! We are collecting cookie stories as a way of celebrating this incredible legacy of everyone's favorite cookies.

In 1917, the first cookie story is where it all began. The sale of these yummy treats was a way to finance troop activities five years after Juliette Low founded the Girl Scouts. It was the Mistletoe Troop in Muskogee, OK who baked cookies in the high school cafeteria as a service project.

And as they say, the rest is delicious history!

How has this tradition influenced you, your family or your community? Have a parent or Troop Leader submit your story today. It may be featured in next year's 100 Cookie Anniversary celebrations!

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Cookie Share Program!

cookie shareWhen you buy Girl Scout cookies, you aren't just buying cookies - you are supporting girls in your community. Cookie sales help us work on service projects, travel and make the world a better place for everyone.

Through GSSNE's Cookie Share Program, Girl Scouts can do even more. And you can help! You can purchase cookies and GSSNE will donate the boxes you buy to the military right here in our community.

Check back for a link making it possible to donate to the cookie share purchases for our military!

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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 2015 Fall Product Sale - Top Sellers by Service Unit

Service Unit Troop # Girl Name
APPLE VALLEY/JOHNSTON 922 Emily Dilibero
ATTLEBORO 4908 Joanna Mercier
BARRINGTON 799 Laura Pippitt
BELLINGHAM  362                      Mary King
BLACKSTONE/MILLVILLE     321                   Paige Connolly
BRISTOL/WARREN    
1155               
Sydney Crowell
CHARIHO
614
Maggie Boss
COVENTRY
38
Morgan Poulin
CRANSTON
28
Taylor Carlson
CUMBERLAND   433                Shrika Bellidiga
EAST GREENWICH 594                     Emily Dowding
EAST PROVIDENCE      45                  Audrey Lepine
EXETER/WG        963                Kaitlyn DePietro
FALL RIVER 1046 Sarah Rodrigues
LINCOLN 228 Tabitha Des Marais
NEWPORT/MIDDLETOWN     33                     Hayden Burley
NORTH ATTLEBORO   4226                 Brianna Nolan
NORTH KINGSTOWN/ JAMESTOWN              209        Angelina Mantia
NORTH PROVIDENCE    225                   Giana Correia
NORTH SMITHFIELD  427                     Chmielinski Leila
PAWTUCKET     428                 Chloe Di Russo
PORTSMOUTH       496               Hannah Gunsett
PROVIDENCE  61                  Michaela White
SEEKONK/REHOBOTH   1080                 Angie Rose
SOMERSET   41149                  Ainsley Gouveia
SOUTHGANSETT   860                   Adriana Abby
SWANSEA 1000                Jillian Massaroco
TIVERTON/LITTLE COMPTON/WESTPORT  

540                  

Anna Gillet
WARWICK  
281                    
Taylor Walker
WEST WARWICK    
439                
Bianca Iafrate
WESTERLY PAWCATUCK  
940
Sophia Dutra
WOONSOCKET 
764                  
Olivia Watson
WRENTHAM/PLAINVILLE    
858            
Giovanna Sgalia
YANKEE B
1003                  
Savannah Mottram