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Fall Product Program Resources

Everyone knows Girl Scouts sell cookies in the spring, but our Fall Product Program is equally as important for our girls because it helps them to earn money for their fall activities and community service projects.

In addition to nut and candy products, the Fall Product Program allows you to give or receive subscriptions to print and digital magazines and donate items to the military share service project!

The Girl Scout Fall Product Program allows girls to learn key business skills that will be helpful in their future and provide their troop and the council support funding for Girl Scout programs.

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Check out our post on 4 Easy Ways to Get Started to learn more the process.

Timeline
Date Action
By October 2, 2021
  • Be a Registered GS Member
  • Get Trained from Service Unit Product Program Manager (SUPPM)
  • Troop trains girls/parents
  • Launch email sent to register
October 2-30, 2021
  • Order Taking (online & in-person)
By November 1, 2021
  • Parents enter product/reward orders in vendor software
  • Girl payment due troop leader
By November 2, 2021
  • Troop Volunteer enters and verifies girls product and reward orders and completes troop product/reward order
  • Troop Payment Due
November 3, 2021
  • Council order is placed
November 12, 2021
  • SUPPM reconciles troop payments
November 20, 2021
  • Product delivery to service units
  • Service Unit rewards are shipped UPS to service units. Ship date is to be determined
November 30, 2021
  • Last day for the troop to report product/recognition damages and shortages to SUPPM and SUPPM to council product program manager
Girl Recognitions
Training PDFs and Videos
Program Guides and Resources
ePayment

Use ePayment to pay your troop Cookie Program/Fall Product Program Bill

What are the steps needed to make an ePayment?

  1. Log In (create an account if you don't have one)
  2. Enter/update your profile information
  3. Enter troop bank information for each troop you lead
  4. Choose troop and enter payment amount and submit
  5. Receive email payment confirmation

Who pays the troop Cookie Program/Fall Product Program Bill?

The Troop Leader is responsible to deposit cash, checks and money orders into the troop bank account and pay the troop bill to council.  Remember to provide ample time for all checks to clear your troop account before you pay your troop bill. Troops have two options to pay the troop bill.

  1. Electronic payment using ePayment
  2. Walk-in at a Girl Scout Service Center
Product Program Financial Forms

Can't find what you're looking for? Email customercare@gswny.org for assistance or call 1-888-837-6410.


See how we're creating Financially Empowered Leaders: Financial Empowerment Booklet.

To help adults in the Girl Scout community—council staff, volunteers, and parents— understand the 5 Skills that girls learn by doing the cookie sale and spread the word to more adults. Five Skills for Girls Toolkit

Girl Scout Research Institute conducted a nationwide survey with over 1,000 girls ages 8−17 and their parents in an effort to better understand girls’ financial literacy and their confidence about, attitudes towards, and experiences with money. Read it here: Having it all, a report from the Girl Scouts Research Institute.