Mystery House Hosts Needed!

Our Mystery House promotion encourages girls to keep going door-to-door after the booth sale period begins. The goal is to have at least one Mystery House in every Service Unit. The first Girl Scout selling cookies to stop by this secret location will earn a special patch!
Would you like to host a Mystery House for your Service Unit? Do you know someone who might be interested in doing this? Click (link) to sign up. For more information, see the Mystery House Host Flyer (link).

 

2021 Cookie Program Update

As of Jan 6, 2021, booth sales are not permitted. Girls can begin taking preorders for cookies beginning January 11, 2021 by following the current COVID-19 safety guidelines published on gscookiesetc.org/cookies. GSOC is monitoring recommendations by the California Department of Public Health and will post updates on gscookiesetc.org/cookies as conditions change.

Service Unit volunteers are moving forward with securing booth sale sites and hosting lotteries to be prepared in the event conditions improve enough to permit parent/daughter booth sales. Securing a booth sale shift in a Service Unit Booth Sale lottery is not a guarantee that booth sales will be permitted.

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 CustomerCare@GirlScoutsOC.org with any additional questions.

 

Cookie Rookie Talks (Presented by Service Units)

Are you thinking of participating in the Girl Scout Cookie Program for the first time? Talk to your Service Unit about Cookie Rookie talks! These are brief, informal Q&A sessions for volunteers (especially new Leaders and potential new Troop Cookie Coordinators) to learn about the Cookie Program, how girls benefit from participating, what key volunteer roles help your experience to be a success, and of course…. how to get started!

Contact your Service Unit for the date, time, and location for your local Cookie Rookie Talk! Service Units- click for Cookie Rookie Talk Tips.

Grubhub Lottery

This is a Council lottery for troops (Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors only) to sign-up to work a shift at a Girl Scout Cookie Grubhub location. Troop is responsible for processing orders received from Grubhub customers using council cookie inventory and ensuring driver picks-up correct order through contactless process. Troop will receive credit for sales processed during their shift. Troop must supply two parent/daughter teams per shift.

Three lotteries will be conducted via zoom; one for each Grubhub location. All lotteries will begin at 7pm. Troop must register for each lottery separately.

Troops will sign-up for shifts in real time and should review shift calendar on GSCookiesEtc.org prior to lottery. This lottery permits only GSOC registered adults (Troop Leader/Troop Cookie Coordinator or Juliette Coordinator). This is not open for girls or parents. One adult per troop.

Sign up on the Council website HERE.

Irvine Grubhub Shift Calendar
Mission Viejo Grubhub Shift Calendar

Yorba Linda Grubhub Shift Calendar

Juliette Coordinator Needed for Cookies 2021

Do you or do you know anyone who would like to help with the Juliette’s in the North and South region? We are looking for a Juliette Coordinator for Cookies 2021 to help with the North and South regions. Please see the Position Description for more information. Send an email to customercare@girlscoutsoc.org if you are interested.