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USAGSO Cookies are Here!

The Girl Scout Cookie Program prepares girls with the business smarts they need to take on the world!

The Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest girl-led entrepreneurial program in the world. Much more than a fundraiser, it’s a unique, hands-on way for girls to develop five essential skills that are core to the Girl Scout Leadership Program: Goal-setting, Decision-making, Money management, People skills and Business ethics.

USAGSO's 2021 Girl Scout Cookie Program Sale Dates:

February 4 to March 20, 2022: In-Person Cookie Sales
January 21 to March 20, 2022:  Digital Cookie Sales

USAGSO operates a limited Cookie Program, primarily due to the restrictions around the importation and sale of American food products outside of the United States. With the guidance of GSUSA’s legal team, USAGSO is able to offer the cookie program to all registered USAGSO Girl Scouts meeting the criteria for each type of sale below. Let’s learn more about who and how girls can participate in the Cookie Program.


In-person Cookie Sales

In-person cookie sales refers to cookie sales that are done in-person- such as at a Girl Scout cookie booth. Communities participating in in-person cookie sales must order their cookies in the fall so that they can be shipped overseas before cookie sales begin in February. These USAGSO communities and their members are eligible to participate in in-person cookie sales.

  • U.S. military installations in Asia and Europe
  • U.S. Virgin Islands & Northern Mariana Islands
  • Select U.S. Embassies
Digital Cookie Sales

Digital cookie sales refer to cookie sales that take place using the Digital Cookie® platform. This platform allows girls to create their own cookie website where customers can purchase cookies and have them shipped directly from the baker to their home. The below USAGSO members are eligible to participate in the digital cookie program.

  • Girl Scouts living overseas because of their affiliation with the U.S. military, embassy, or consulate (girls must have a US address on their Girl Scout record)
  • All Girl Scouts in France, Germany, Italy, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Mariana Islands.

Starting January 13, families can begin accessing their digital cookie account through their digital cookie registration email. Didn't receive a registration email? Visit digitalcookie.girlscouts.org to request access.

Having trouble getting in? Submit this form.


USAGSO would like to offer the Cookie Program to all of our overseas communities, and we continue to work with GSUSA’s legal team to research future expansion opportunities for our overseas members. If your community can’t sell cookies, check the USAGSO's Entrepreneurship Guidebook for other fun money-earning activities that you can do locally.