Welcome to Cookie Training!. Thank you so much for helping your troop with Cookie Sales! This is such an important part of the Girl Scout Experience. Girls learn important skills and it keeps Girl Scouting affordable. It couldn’t happen without fantastic volunteers like you!.
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Thank you so much for helping your troop with Cookie Sales!This is such an important part of the Girl Scout Experience. Girls learn important skills and it keeps Girl Scouting affordable.
It couldn’t happen without fantastic volunteers like you!
What a Cookie Can Do.
Completed the VIP eTraining
Completed the Ebudde eLearning Modules
Troop Manager Handbook:
Forms needed to prepare for cookie sales:
Each parent/child in the troop should receive:
Parent Guardian Permission & Responsibility Form:
Contents for Parents:
Each parent/child in the troop should receive:
Troop Family Transaction Record:
GSCNC gets its cookies from Little Brownie Bakers. Other regions get their cookies from ABC Bakers and have different names & varieties. This is the first year we only have six varieties. People may ask for older varieties.
GSCNC does *not* have a Gluten-Free Cookie at this time. ABC Bakers is testing GF Cookies in some areas.
Cookies are delivered to a central location. You will need to pick up your cookies at your designated time.
Depending on the number of cookies you ordered, you may need additional drivers. A mini van with the seats in can hold about 75 cases.
Do NOT bring girls to pick up cookies.
Carefully check the quantities. Once you sign for your order any shortages are the troop’s responsibility.
Establish times for families to pick up the cookies as soon after delivery as possible. Meet with families one at a time. Count the cookies together and have them sign the Troop Family Transaction Report for receipt (found in manilla TCM pack).
Those who don’t want to buy cookies for themselves can donate cookies to others
Hometown Heroes: You can pick local “heroes” like the fire department and deliver the cookies to them. You accept payment at time of “sale”
Troop2Troop: Your troop can drop off cookies at Fort Belvoir for the USO on specific dates in April. You accept payment at time of “sale”
Capital Cookies Care: Cookies are donated to the Capital Area Food Bank. During the initial order phase you collect payment. Cookies are delivered directly to the food bank. Troop does not receive cookies.
Please note: You cannot solicit cash donations, although you can accept them if they are offered (Cash donations can go to your troop or to SHARE. You cannot accept cash on behalf of another organization).
Refer to page 13 for more information.
ebudde is your online portal for all things cookie. If we already have your info, you should have been sent a temporary email and password. If we are collecting your info for the first time tonight, you will receive login info through email shortly.
2. Links across the top for eLearning, manuals, and Cookie Club
2. Tabs for different work areas.
Quick view of important announcements, upcoming due dates and a checklist of what needs to be done.
Troops Leaders and Cookie Chairs address, phone numbers and emails can be updated on the Contacts Tab.
Gets email is the way to “opt out” of receiving announcements.
Make sure all information is accurate.
Update if you are receiving awards or extra 5 cents per box.
Shows prior years sales for the troop.
Verify and update the Girls in your troop who are selling. This info was imported from council earlier in December
Other tabs will allow you to enter do other tasks required
Cookie Booth Reservations start on
Initial Cookie Order Submission by January 20th
Initial Reward Submission by January 20th (Early Achievement Incentives)
Delivery Pick-Up Reservation
Record bank deposits
Verify debits made by council
Submit Final Reward Submission by April 9th
Lots of places to get help
GSCNC Product Sales page for Cookies (http://www.gscnc.org/Cookies.html)
Cookie Club (https://cookieclub.littlebrownie.com/)
Little Brownie Bakers (http://www.littlebrowniebakers.com/)
Cookie VIP eTraining. (http://vipetraining.littlebrownie.com)
Online eBudde training (https://ebudde.littlebrownie.com/)
Service Unit Cookie Managers Contact Information
Cookie Club allows girls to track their orders online.
You can set up each girl with an account.
When a girl logs in for the first time, they will be given a safety briefing.
Girls can set goals and enter contacts to email about cookies. They can track both online and traditional orders (there is no online payment, just order requests)