Fall Product Sales
ABOUT THE FALL PRODUCT PROGRAM
Every year, registered Girl Scouts take orders from friends & family for delicious nuts & candies and magazine subscriptions as part of the Fall Product Program. Being involved in the Fall Product Program ensures girls are learning to become leaders. A girl becomes a leader by discovering, connecting and taking action to make the world a better place.
Participating in Fall Product also helps troops get a head start on funding their activities for the year. Funds generated from this program also help offset the cost of girl programs, volunteer trainings and even camp reservations, keeping them low for all our membership!
Did you know...
Fall Product is a friends and family sale only
Troops earn 25% of all nut/candy items sold and $2 for each magazine and digital subscription service
Girls can send emails to friends and family through M2OS, their own personalized storefront
Girls start earning recognitions after selling just three items
Community Fall Product Manager:
2019 Fall Product Sales
We appreciate your patience as we manage the fallout from COVID-19 on our Cookie Program and overall council activity. On behalf of every staff member and volunteer involved in the decision-making, we can assure you that YOU are front of mind in every decision we make. We are in this together and will do right by our members, regardless of the financial implications to our council.
We are suspending the Cookie Program
What does this mean? It means you must discontinue all public activity, including booths, walkabouts and lemonade stands effective immediately. We know many troops have already wrapped up their sale. We also know there are troops that strongly wish to continue selling. If this is your troop, we recommend you limit any activity to promoting online options like direct ship and Cookies4Heroes.
We have also been asked about friends and family efforts, “porch drops” and social media. We are realistic and understand some of you may continue selling cookies to friends and family or dropping off cookies on someone’s porch, but we ask you to first consider advice by local public health officials.
Regarding social media, please refrain from making broad asks for help on large audience sites. A post on your page asking friends and family to support your troop is okay. Posting to a marketplace or neighborhood site is not.