Cookie booths are a great way to allow Girl Scouts to reach more customers and would not be possible without the generosity of businesses who allow Girl Scouts to set up their booths. The Cookie Booth Thank You patch program is our way to say a personalized thank you to our cookie booth partners who host Girl Scouts at cookie booths throughout the season.
People skills is one of the five skills girls gain through participation in the Girl Scout Cookie Program. Showing appreciation for the hospitality and generosity of cookie booth hosts is a great way to demonstrate and grow her people skills! Cookie Booth Thank Yous can be a card, letter, video, craft, etc. and can be sent to either a council-secured, or troop-secured booth partner. Get creative for a chance to be featured on social media and on next year’s materials!
Request the Cookie Booth Thank You Patch by completing the online form, including a picture or video of your creation, by Wednesday, March 27 at 11:59 pm CST. Girls will receive a patch with their cookie rewards in the spring. Jumbo narwhal drawing winners will be notified by May 10, 2019.
- Thank you messages may be in any media form (card, letter, video, craft, etc.).
- Thank you messages must include the name of the business who hosted the cookie booth.
- All entries must be submitted via the online form.
- Each Girl Scout may only submit one entry.
- Entries should be submitted individually (i.e. one submission per girl), even if troops do this as an activity together. If a troop submits one entry, they will be eligible to win one jumbo narwhal–each girl will not earn one separately.
- Entries will be judged on creativity, based on the age levels of the Girl Scout(s), and may be published on our website.
- Three qualifying entries will be selected at random to win a jumbo narwhal (you must opt-in on the form to be entered into the drawing)!
- Only registered Girl Scouts River Valleys Girl Scouts or troops who participated in the 2019 Cookie Program are eligible to win.
People Skills: Learn how to talk to, listen to, and work with all kinds of people while selling cookies. These experiences help girls develop healthy relationships and conflict resolution skills that she can use throughout her life.