Happy National Random Acts of Kindness Day! Did you know that many Girl Scout troops participate in cookie share programs that benefit military members overseas, local first responders, community shelters, and more?!
Next time you come across a cookie booth, spread some kindness and ask if the troop is accepting cookie donations and where they plan to give back!
Southern Living is throwing it back to 1917 when the first cookie was made and sold to power incredible experiences for girls! Do you remember the name of your first Girl Scout Cookie?
This is Jennifer Garner. She’s a super star and Golden Globe Award winner. Jennifer helps power amazing experiences for girls by being a Girl Scout Cookie Program volunteer. Jennifer is an advocate for girls and early education. Be like Jennifer.
Tori, an Ambassador Girl Scout from New Jersey,, always knew she wanted to use her cookie earnings to help kids who were less fortunate than her. You'll never believe what she did.
Sophie is a five-year-old Cookie Boss! This Daisy's entrepreneurial spirit inspired her aunt to share this note and to tell her friends about the power of the Girl Scout Cookie Program!