Cookies & More
GIrls will begin selling door-to-door and to friends and family on January 25 and will begin selling in front of local stores beginning February 13. Booth locations are coming soon!
Girl Scout Cookies Are More than What’s in the Box
Buying Girl Scout cookies is more than just handing over money for a box. Selling cookies teaches goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics—aspects essential to leadership, to success, and to life.
Support Orange County Girl Scouts!
If you don't know where to purchase cookies, we will put you in touch with a Girl Scout. Please email us at Cookies@GirlScoutsOC.org.
Your purchase means you get tasty cookies—and a girl learns a lifetime of skills.
Girl Scouts Partners with OC Restaurant Week
Girl Scouts of Orange County is excited to once again partner with OC Restaurant Week to feature chef-created Girl Scout Cookie inspired desserts! Select restaurants will be including unique treats on their menus during OC Restaurant Week, March 1-8. Be sure to visit these restaurants for a sweet treat!
Cookie Share Program donates Cookies to Military and Food Banks
Cookie Share is a Girl Scout community service project that allows girls the opportunity to sell virtual “Cookie Share” packages. Cookie Share cookies are distributed to the military and local food banks. What a great way to help a Girl Scout Troop, Council and community!
Gluten Free Girl Scout Cookie Pilot
The 2015 gluten free cookie program is the second year of a two-year pilot developed in response to volunteers, girls and consumers who have asked for a gluten free Girl Scout cookie. Girl Scouts of Orange County is pleased to introduce a new and improved gluten free cookie made with real peanut butter, delicious chocolate chips, and certified whole grain, gluten free oats. What a treat! Our cookie allows celiac disease sufferers and those trying to avoid gluten to support the efforts of Girl Scouts as they enjoy a product created just for them.
Have a Question About Girl Scout Cookies?
Visit GSUSA's Frequently Asked Questions page.