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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.

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.

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.

2014 fALL pRODUCT pROGRAM

Every year, registered Girl Scouts can take orders from friends and family for delicious nuts and candy and magazine subscriptions as part of the Fall Product Program. This year, order taking runs from September 2 - October 29, and products will be delivered to troops November 19-21. By participating in this program, troops can get a head start on funding their activites for the year! Check out what's new this year, activities for girls of every age, and girl rewards and the products offered this year:

WHAT'S NEW

PHOTO KEEPSAKES are a great way to help people preserve and share memories with Photo keepsakespersonalized photo keepsakes, books, cards, calendars and more. Customers can upload photos from Facebook, Instagram, PCs and mobiel devices to create beautiful photo keepsakes. To check out the products we are offering, click here.

In the ONLINE NUT STORE, there are email templates to send to friends and family, with the option for customers to order, pay online, and have nuts delivered to their home or business. Customers will be able to select from 25 Girl Scout products and five corporate gift items.

Girls from Daisies to Ambassadors can visit www.whatcanagirldo.com for fun, interactive activities and tools, including a goal tracking poster!

QSP Online Program Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England is participating in the QSP ONLINE PROGRAM. You will be asked to register yourself and your Girl Scout. There is an interactive learning activity for your Girl Scout to complete. You will then be able to enter email addresses for potential customers who would like to support your Girl Scout troop and the Council. Emails can be personalized, and your Girl Scout can earn the online patch for submitting at least 12 email addresses. The troop also earns proceeds for every item sold online during the sale dates.

Ready to get started? Make sure you click here for a Parent Permission Slip & here for an Older Girl Incentives Permission Slip.

Did you know?

Troops earn $1 for every nut and candy item sold and $1.25 for each magazine subscription or photo keepsake ordered. You can show your support for Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England by renewing or ordering a new magazine subscriptions. Candy and nuts (individual prices range from $5-$8) arrive just in time for Thanksgiving and make great holiday gifts, hostess gifts, and teacher "thank you" gifts.

Girls can participate in a service project to support the military...friends and family can purchase nuts or magazine vouchers to support our local active and retired military.

Click here for pictures of all the recognitions girls can earn - including patches, a stationary set, diary and more!

Click here for the complete product sale assortment & get your taste buds ready for: Crunchy English Butter Toffee (handcrafted in small batches and drenched in milk chocolate), Almond-Cran Orange Crunch (almonds and cranberries coated in a delicate orange confection), and Salsa Mix (spicy peanuts, toasted corn, soy noodles, almonds and pepitas), and more!

Ordering online? Check out the shipping rates!

 
 
 

The 2014 Girl Scout Cookie Sale - Top Sellers

Caitlyn Tiodor East Providence Troop #490 3,145 boxes
Paris Martin East Providence Troop #473 1,719 boxes
Jennifer Lepine Cumberland Troop #374 1,563 boxes
Amber Arnold Exeter/WG Troop #1353 1,241 boxes
Katie Bloomer Exeter/WG Troop #1353 1,239 boxes
Brianna Boone N Attleboro Troop #109 1,200 boxes
Makayla Perry N Attleboro Troop #4999 1,198 boxes
Mary Mello East Providence Troop #505 1,183 boxes
Lily Freeman East Providence Troop #473 1,122 boxes
Amber Hanson Bristol/Warren Troop #1339 1,066 boxes
Abigail Taylor Bristol/Warren Troop #536 1,059 boxes
Leah Sirmalis Barrington Troop #426 1,020 boxes
Madison Barbosa Swansea Troop #1000 1,017 boxes
Kendra Maille Bristol/Warren Troop #900 1,009 boxes
Kylie Ibay Fall River Troop #1076 1,000 boxes
Katelyn Bolger Fall River Troop #1046 1,000 boxes
Emily Alvares Attleboro Troop #946 1,000 boxes
Ellie Chabot Bristol/Warren Troop #476 1,000 boxes


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! In 2014 we selected The Matty Fund to be our service project beneficiary.

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