November - December
Learn about this year's Girl Scout Cookie Sale through your Troop Product Sale Coordinator (TPSC) Training or online webinar information. Once you have received your updates, you can receive your troop cookie supplies.
Initial Order-Taking begins
Initial Order-Taking ends
January _____ (Date set by your troop)
Girls return Initial Order Cards to their TCC, and receive their Goal Getter Order Cards. Girls continue taking orders with Goal Getter Order Cards. Goal Getter cookies are checked out from a Cookie Cupboard. Don’t miss additional sales!
(Please note - it is advised that you not order booth sale inventory in this initial order. All cases ordered in your initial order belong to your troop and cannot be returned)
All Initial Order troop-level eBudde input is finished. Troops submit Initial Cookie Order and Initial Incentive Order on eBudde to the Community Product Sale Coordinator (CPSC).
Communities submit Initial Cookie Order and Initial Incentive Order on eBudde to the Council.
Cookie Cupboards open and booth sales begin.
February 8 - February 12
Community cookie deliveries occur. Your CPSC will contact you for your troop’s pick-up.
February 8 - March 16
Girls deliver cookies and collect money. Make frequent deposits into your troop account in preparation of the ACH sweep for payment of cookie proceeds due to GSGWM.
Sweep 1: Friday, February 21, 2014 (Alerts Due in Bedford - Tuesday, February 18, 2014 by 1pm.)
Sweep 2: Friday, March 7, 2014 (Alerts Due in Bedford - Tuesday, March 4, 2014 by 1 pm.)
Sweep 3: Friday, March 28, 2014 (Alerts Due in Bedford - Tuesday, March 25, 2014 by 1pm.)
Booth sales end.
March _____ (Date set by troop)
Final girl payments are due to TCCs. Girls bring money to troop as it is collected throughout the sale and leaders deposit frequently.
All final troop-level eBudde input is finished. In order to compile Cookie Dough and to order girl rewards, girls will not accumulate additional Cookie Dough or girl rewards for any cookies sold after March 16 (including late booth sales after March 16).
By March 19
Troop finalizes all inputting of entries into eBudde for Community Product Sales Coordinators to review and submit to Council.
April (last week of)
Cookie Dough codes will be emailed to the Parent of each registered girl who sold 100 or more packages, for every troop that is paid in full in eBudde. Girl Scouts selling 100 or more packages of cookies are eligible to receive Cookie Dough. Sisters may combine their packages sold for the higher rate of Cookie Dough, if each sister has sold 100 or more packages, and a Sisters Form is submitted to the Council by March 16.