The 2021 Fall Product Program (Snacks & Magazines sale) has ended. Thank you to everyone who participated. Check back in the summer for next year's sale dates.
Participating in the Snacks & Magazines Program (also known as Fall Product), is a terrific learning experience that helps girls develop important skills while connecting with friends & family members. This quick and easy program features one order and one delivery for snack items. Friends and family who live out of the area have the option to pay for shipping and have their snack order delivered from the vendor to their door. Magazines are delivered directly to the customer.
What Is Snacks & Magazines?
Girls can sell magazine subscriptions and delicious snacks, like nuts and chocolates, to their friends and family. The funds earned during this fall program can go toward troop activities, like take action projects, badge-earning events, fun outings, and more. Participation in this program also prepares girls and troops for success in the Girl Scout Cookie Program. Watch the 2021 Snacks & Magazines Virtual Rally to kick off the fall season and get ready for Go Day .
Meet the 2021 Mascot
Each season, we have a new mascot to lead girls through the program. Meet this season’s mascot, Piper the penguin! She is an Emperor Penguin who lives in Antarctica. Watch for opportunities to learn more about her with your troop in In a Nutshell blog.
How You Can Support
Girl Scout families and friends can support a girl’s troop by renewing their favorite magazines, subscribing to new magazines, or ordering snacks. When you purchase our fall products, troops earn $1 per nut/chocolate item sold and $3 per magazine subscription sold. This helps girls cover some of the costs of having a great Girl Scout year.
Psst, here’s a tip: these items make great holiday gifts!
Care to Share Program
Help local struggling families and seniors experiencing hunger by contributing towards our Care to Share program (in $8 increments). With your help, Girl Scouts River Valleys will donate products to Second Harvest Heartland and Channel One Regional Food Bank after the program ends.