Selling Girl Guide cookies helps your girls to develop great life and business skills that they’ll carry with them for a lifetime! Just a few of the entrepreneurial skills girls learn from cookie selling are:
- Goal-setting and planning
- Money management
- Customer service
- Public speaking
- Team building
The money raised by cookie selling in Ontario also supports girls to attend various camps and events and provides funding to support unit activities.
Where Does the Cookie Money Go?
Find out exactly where the money earned for each case of cookies goes, in our fun cookie infographic
Cookie All Stars Program
Cookie All Stars is Girl Guides of Canada’s cookie selling rewards initiative, where girls earn individual rewards for achieving exceptional cookie sales levels, while also raising funds for their unit’s activities. Learn more about the Cookie All Stars program
Cookie Printables for Girls and Parents
Check out our fun and helpful printables! These one-page tip sheets include great information for girls and parents about how to be safe and successful when they go cookie selling. Download, save and print them all!
Cookie Selling Media Coverage -
Celebrating the Girl Guide Cookie | CTV Ottawa
Brownie Maya C., Guide Nyah C., and Spark Niobe C. with leader Rebecca M., promoting Girl Guide cookies on CTV Ottawa on April 11th, 2017.
Girl Guides mark 90th anniversary of cookies sales | CP24 Toronto
Guide Charlotte N., Pathfinder Alexandra N., Ranger Hari I. and Cookie Coordinator Georgina Segal promoting Girl Guide cookies on CP24 Toronto on April 6th, 2017.
Celebrating 90 years of Girl Guide Cookies! | Breakfast Television Toronto
Guide Zora M., Guide Charlotte N., Pathfinder Alexandra N., Ranger Kyrie W., and Cookie Adviser Kristi Kanitz promote Girl Guide cookie sales on Breakfast Television on April 5th, 2017
When and where you can get your Girl Guide cookies! | Breakfast Television Toronto
October 15th is Girl Guide Cookie Day | CP 24 Toronto
Talia B., a Spark in Sarnia, amazed her mom, her Guiders and her unit by selling 960 boxes of Girl Guide cookies. That’s 80 cases; enough to receive the top award in the Cookie All Stars initiative. She is one of only 3 other Spark aged girls in Ontario to reach this level.
In addition to receiving a $250 gift card to Best Buy for her efforts, the unit portion of her sales help to fund a sleepover, a year-end bowling and pizza party and a Sarnia Sting game where the girls got to the sing the national anthem.
The local newspaper, the Sarnia Observer
even featured her in their paper.
Great work Talia!
Chef's Corner | Northumberland 89.7
Breakfast Television - City TV - April 25th, 2016
Global News at Noon - April 26th, 2016