Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan runs two Product Programs throughout
the year: They are: Treats
& Reads and Girl Scout Cookies. Last year, Girl Scout troops earned
nearly $1.4 million in troop proceeds! Girl Scout troops used
their troop proceeds to spend the night at the zoo, travel to Chicago,
build dog shelters, paint community centers, fly in airplanes, spend
the night on a naval ship, and much more. This year’s proceeds can
help cover membership fees, new uniforms, and all of the great trips
and experiences your Girl Scout envisions.
When you buy a box of delicious Girl Scout Cookies, you help power
new, unique, and amazing experiences for every awesome G.I.R.L.
(Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ in your
community who sells these purpose-filled treats—SWEET!
Will she help the local animal shelter across town or plant a
community garden for friends and neighbors? Cross the country to see
the Grand Canyon, or cross an ocean for the travel experience of a
lifetime? Go to summer camp, or earn one of Girl Scouting’s highest
awards? It’s up to her and her troop—they own their adventure!
That’s the thing. When girls participate in the Girl Scout Cookie
Program, they get more than life-changing experiences and adventure.
They also develop essential life skills—goal setting, decision making,
money management, people skills, and business ethics—all while soaring
in confidence and practicing leadership the Girl Scout way to lift one
another up and change the world, together.
What an experience! That’s why we always focus on the interaction
between cookie boss and cookie fan, and not cookie parent and cookie
fan—this is SO important! Enjoy your favorite cookies even more
knowing you helped her do and learn amazing things.
If you are looking for Girl Scout cookies, there are three simple
ways to find them:
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