Booth Sales Begin Today!

Remember that all booth sales must be arranged through your Service Unit Booth Sale Coordinator to ensure permissions and insurance requirements are met.

Make sure to run the Booth Sale Location Report in ABC Smart Cookies to see all of your troop’s reserved booth sales with full address information and notes about a location’s special circumstances. Make sure to bring a copy of this report to every booth sale!

Need Additional Cookies?

The only way to order additional cookies is to place a Planned Order in ABCSmartCookies with your nearest Cupboard beginning January 28. Cupboards will not be able to fulfill call-in, email, or drive-up orders.

Directions on how to place a Planned Order are on pages 17-19 of your Troop Plan Book (link). Please note that email confirmations from the Cupboards will be sent within 24-48 hours of your pickup time.

Troop Proceeds

This year, Girl Scout Troops across Orange County will earn guaranteed proceeds of 71¢ per package of cookies they sell and have the opportunity to earn up to a 80¢ per package!

Orange County girls, volunteers, parents, and staff are working together to make this year’s Cookie Program the best ever. That’s why Orange County’s proceeds structure is based on overall council wide sales goals. When Orange County reaches its goals, everyone benefits!

The full proceed plan information see the Cookie Troop Proceeds flyer (link).

Mega Delivery Pick-Up Information

If your Service Unit and Troop are participating in a Mega Delivery on Saturday, January 25, 2020, please review the following information.

For instructions, please click on your delivery location. Please print and bring dashboard signs and pickup maps.

Service Units at Anaheim Mega Delivery (Service Unit Instructions) (Troop Instructions):

SU101 Brea
SU102 Fullerton/La Habra
SU103 La Cypress Park
SU104 Anaheim
SU201 Placentia
SU202 Yorba Linda West
SU203 Yorba Linda East
SU204 Orange Villa
SU205 Anaheim Hills
SU206 Santiago Creek
SU302 West Garden
SU304 Ocean View
SU305 HB Pierside
SU306 Surf City
SU401 Garden Valley
SU402 Tustana

Service Units at Foothill Plaza Mega Delivery (Service Unit Instructions) (Troop Instructions):

SU403 Tustin East
SU404 Newport Mesa
SU405 Newport Harbor
SU501 South Irvine
SU502 Heart of Irvine
SU503 North Irvine
SU505 Aliso Viejo
SU506 Niguel Coast
SU602 Lake Forest
SU603 Rancho Portola
SU604 Mission Viejo
SU605 Rancho Trabuco
SU606 Oso Valley
SU607 Ladera Valley

Determine Who Will Pick-up Cookies

  • Cookie pick-up drivers must be Girl Scouts (Leaders, Troop Cookie Coordinators, or Troop Helpers). Troops are financially responsible for order as signed.
  • Bring enough vehicles to pick up entire order at once (no RVs or motorhomes, please). Click here for more information.
  • All cars should be clear of all items (empty) and ready to pick-up cookies BEFORE they arrive at the mega pick-up location.
  • Ensure cars picking up cookies have gas in their tank and are in good running condition.
  • Bring copy of Troop Initial Order report (see Troop Plan Book page 14).
  • Do not bring children, pets, or passengers. It is not safe and you will need all your space for cookies!
  • You may bring another person (not driving) to walk with the car and verify the count.
  • Troops must pick up their cookies on Saturday, January 25, 2020 during their Service Unit time slot.
  • Arrive During Your Cookie Pick-up Time.
  • Arrive anytime within your Service Unit time window.
  • Print out and display dashboard sign with troop number.
  • Follow the Girl Scout signs to the distribution area.
  • All Troop vehicles must be in line together. Otherwise, you will have to pull out of line, exit, wait for the late car, and re-enter the queue.
  • Drivers remain inside their vehicles. Cookies will be counted and loaded into your vehicle for you! Ensure Dashboard Sign is visible.

Delivery will take about 30 minutes. However, we cannot predict busy times, so you may have to wait. Each Troop will be accompanied by a counter and directed to a loading station. Stop at Check Out station to sign verifying product count. Only a Girl Scout Troop Helper may pick-up and sign for cookies. Troops earning the initial order bonus will pick-up at the Check Out station. Please proceed to the exit as soon as your order is complete or pull over and park in designated area to double check cookie count or ask questions at the Information booth.

Volunteers and staff will be distributing 90,000+ cases of Girl Scout cookies to 900+ Troops at two sites all in one day! Thank you for helping to make this Mega Delivery successful!


Happy Holidays from Girl Scouts of Orange County

From all of us at Girl Scouts of Orange County, thank you for your extraordinary support throughout the year! Here’s to reaching more girls across Orange County in 2020 with the life-changing benefits that Girls Scouts provides. Between the power of your support and our proven Girl Scout Leadership Experience, there is no challenge our girls can’t overcome, no goal they can’t reach.

Happy holidays and warm wishes for a beautiful new year from your Girl Scout family.

Holiday Closure Schedule

Girl Scouts of Orange County offices and the Irvine Retail Shop will be closed for the holidays from Wednesday, December 25, 2019 through Sunday, January 5, 2020. . Our office and shop will be open at the regular time on Monday, January 6, 2020.

Troop Cookie Coordinators who need help during the holiday break should contact their Service Unit Cookie Manager for assistance. During the holidays you can still access the online Troop Cookie Coordinator Training!

Be sure to place your initial order for cookies before midnight on January 7, 2020. Click here for more information. Additional questions? Email

Volunteer Role Selection in MyGS

Please make sure the adults associated with your troop have the correct roles selected in MyGS. Any adult who plans to volunteer with your troop but are still listed as “Adult Member” will need to change their role to Troop Helper, Troop Cookie Coordinator, or other designated role. Please advise parents to make updates to their MyGS profile by logging in and selecting the Volunteer Role button at the top of the screen.

Email with any additional questions.

2020 Cookie Kick-Off Update

Update: Location has been moved to GSOC HQ (9500 Toledo Way, Irvine). Registration is still open for our 2020 Cookie Kick-Off Program Event on Sunday, January 19! Girl Scouts, troop leaders, volunteers, and families are invited to come together and experience skill-building booths, participate in tastings, meet entrepreneurial experts, check out new merch at the Girl Scout shop, and more! Plus, get pumped up for the best Girl Scout Cookie Season yet with cheers and fun at the Cookie Pep Rally.

Click here for more information.

ABC Smart Cookies and Volunteer Resources Link

Where are these and how do I get to them?

ABC Smart Cookies– The online system used to manger your troop’s cookie program. Your ID and password will be given to you by your Service Unit Cookie Manager. Girl launch emails will be sent January 20, 2020.

Volunteer Resources Link– A password protected website where forms and other information regarding the cookie program can be found. The ID and password for the Volunteer Resources Link can be found on the front of your plan book.

Please email for any additional questions.

It’s Family Meeting Time!

Recognized as the nation’s most successful business and financial literacy program for girls, Orange County’s Girl Scout Cookie Program begins January 26, 2020! All Girl Scouts in Orange County will be able to have cookies in hand beginning on the first day of the cookie sale! Girls are currently setting goals and troops are conducting Family Meetings. Be sure to talk to your Troop Cookie Coordinator today!

Check out our Family Guide for more details!

Tips for Troops!

Be ready to participate in our 2020 Girl Scout Cookie Program! See below for some Tips for Troops or click here for a printable flyer.

  1. Ensure all Girl Scouts are registered for 2020.
    • Check your Girl Roster in the Volunteer Toolkit.
    • If any girl is not showing up, determine if she needs to register, renew or complete a transfer request. Email for assistance.
  2. Recruit a Cookie Team of adult volunteers.
    • Refer to our flyer for ideas on how to divide up the tasks.
    • Don’t do it all yourself.
  3. Ensure your Cookie Team is ready for training!
    • Check to see if adult volunteers are registered with a current background screening on file.
    • Volunteers should register for classroom training or set-up an ID and password for GSOCLearning site to complete training online.
  4. Submit Troop Banking form.
  5. Set Goals with Girls!
    • What do your girls want to learn this year? Who do they want to help? Where would they like to go?
    • Once your girls have set goals, you can determine how much money is needed to fund their plans…that’s your troop’s cookie goal!
  6. Be in the know!

2020 Cookie Program Series for Juliettes

The 2020 Girl Scout Cookie Program Juliette Series is designed exclusively for independently registered Girl Scouts. Girls will have the opportunity to earn funds to support their favorite Girl Scout activities and participate in parent/daughter booth sales.

Click here to opt-in to participate in the Juliette Cookie Series and a volunteer will contact you with more information. Click here to view the Juliette Family Guide.

Register for 2020 Cookie Kick-Off

Registration is open for our 2020 Cookie Kick-Off Program Event on Sunday, January 19 at GSOC HQ in Irvine! Girl Scouts, troop leaders, volunteers, and families are invited to come together and experience skill-building booths, participate in tastings, meet entrepreneurial experts, check out new merch at the Girl Scout shop, and more! Plus, get pumped up for the best Girl Scout Cookie Season yet with cheers and fun at the Cookie Pep Rally.

Click here for more information.