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Send a smile to frontline heroes with Girl Scout Cookie donations!

To protect girls and communities in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Girl Scouts has suspended door-to-door sales and cookie booths but you can still buy Girl Scout Cookies online and have them shipped right to your door!

Even sweeter, you can support both the Girl Scouts and frontline heroes by donating boxes of cookies to healthcare workers, volunteers, and other worthy recipients and these donated boxes will ship for free! Keep in mind that donation options vary based on where you live and which Girl Scout council you order from.

Each Girl Scout council has its own sales season. If the council in your area has already completed their sale, you will be shown the councils closest to you that are still in season so that you can support them.

Girl Scout cookies with inspiring messages for health care workers

To donate cookies, simply visit the Girl Scouts digital cookie store and enter your zip code to get started. Prices seem to vary by area, but you should be able to donate a box of cookies for as low as $4 or $5 plus free shipping depending on your location.


Want to treat yourself to some Girl Scout Cookies too?

You can also head here, enter your zip code, select a Girl Scout council and order yourself or a loved one Girl Scout Cookies to be shipped right to your doorstep! For personal orders, there is a four-box minimum and shipping charges will apply.


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Comments 43

  1. Jen

    ***cookies***. No Girl Scouts were harmed in this add lol

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Whoops! Thanks, Jen! Just fixed.

  2. Stevie

    Um…. girl scouts delivered to my door? LMAO.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Sorry for the confusion. The post has been updated!

  3. A

    Oh as a girl scout mom I love this post♥️ thank you for sharing. We are still responsible for selling the cookies we have even though all the cookie booths are cancelled.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re SO welcome, A!

    • Alayna

      Then you really should band other GS moms together and point out that this is not the time for the organization to essentially price gouge. Exactly what you said about no booths being able to be set up, people are not going to want to pay $12 to deliver. Especially since most times at the market its just an impulse buy. I actually love GS cookies (probably too much lol) but unfortunately for the the girls its not enough to justify. The corporation is just hurting their girls in the long run 🙄

    • Kara Wisinski

      We’re lucky – our girl scout council is allowing us the option to donate the extra cookies (restrictions, of course!) once the delivery ban is lifted. We can donate to food pantries, first responders, hospitals, etc. (Obviously we won’t get any proceeds but at least the troop won’t be financially responsible!) LOVE that we can help others!!!

    • kimberlyhallmitchael

      Are your thin mints vegan?

      • Toni Potts

        Yes they are vegan

      • Lo

        They’re vegan but made in a facility that makes non vegan items. I noticed that on the box this year. If that matters to you.

  4. kerri

    Good cause or not…i would NEVER pay $12.00 to ship. They should be ashamed of themselves. What ? Does a box contain a whole 10 cookies now anyway ? Pfft..

  5. Kent Whipple

    $12 delivery fee, that’s a little spendy

  6. bhokanson05

    12$ delivery fee. Yikes.

  7. hannahbanana

    Sooo a 4 box minimum – the least expensive of $5.00 per box plus shipping? $32.00 at least for 4 tiny boxes of cookies?

  8. queen62

    So not worth a $12 delivery fee.

  9. IceMom

    I would suggest contacting your local council and sending the check directly to the council to donate the cookies. Our council I know took back some unopened cases and are stuck with them. That would solve the shipping problem.

  10. Shop624

    shipping is killing the deal and it’s a 20.00 minimum 😒

  11. ani

    I get it but this is ridiculous. Honestly, shipping cookies at a time like this?! Please stop with this out of touch type of posts.

  12. Hilary

    Contact your local Girl Scout troop! They have cases of them sitting in garages all over the country!!

  13. Kim

    I’m not sure if this is still an option but when my girls were selling cookies online it was. When you order more than 5 boxes the shipping cost is cut in half. Definitely worth looking into if you really want cookies or just want to support the girls. Our troop leaders have been amazing, they are holding virtual meetings every week and giving the girls craft ideas and even delivering supplies to our mail boxes as needed. I know it’s not a “deal” but it does support a great organization 🙂

  14. Tonia M

    As a former troop leader, I know about leftover cookies and trying to sell them until the last day. While I desperately want the lemonades and thanks-a-lot (which are not sold in my area), I just cannot pay the $12 shipping costs. Just outrageous! IMHO

    • shop4mybabies

      i too wanted the exact two you mentioned that were not sold in my area. also they were only 4$ a box instead of 5$ like in my area. i placed an online order for 12 boxes and it came to 60$ more pricey than store cookies but i can freeze them and have girl scout cookies all year (if i had any willpower which i don’t)

  15. sue miller

    I want to donate cookies but I want them to go to my local hospital and there’s no way to do that except pay shipping and it was $27 for the amount I wanted.☹️ Sorry not happening

  16. Heather

    These don’t seem essential and price gouging for shipping for small boxes of cookies 🤔

  17. Amanda

    As a troop leader I am upset with the way our council has been pushing the girls to sell by any means necessary… especially since our region never received our initial orders with the COVID-19 situation. I can’t morally ask friends and family to order more cookies when we have no idea when their initial order shipment is coming in and they are still financially responsible for those cookies.

    PLUS our region still has left over cookies from National Cookie Weekend that we are not allowed to sell… so after the market is completely saturated from online sales and initial sales (when they can eventually be dispersed), our troop will be responsible for any left over cookies from National Cookie Weekend. There are troops in our service unit with up to 45 CASES (12 boxes per case) that their troop is responsible for (at $4 per box) and no way of selling them currently. They just sent us an email that they are drafting our accounts for 75% of what was borrowed for National Cookie Weekend. If GSUSA really cared they would buy back the cookies from the individual troops and disperse those first before trying to dump their left overs. Just my own opinion.

    • aflgirl

      This is exactly why my daughter will no longer participate in Girl Scouts. We will finish as brownies and that is where our journey will end. There is so much pressure for the girls to sell and the amount per box the girls get to keep as a troop is ridiculous (approximately 40¢ per $4 box).

  18. kerri

    I wonder how much it would cost if the individual seller shipped them. I realize going to the post office to send packages may not be essential but if its substantially cheaper than $12 id be willing to paypal to an individual. My shipping would be cheaper & the GS can sell their boxes & who am i kidding…id get to enjoy the cookies. If anyone knows what it would cost please lmk. Thanks

    • Getta

      My mom sent cookies this way (3 boxes) thinking it would be cheaper and it was $10 from Illinois to Wisconsin, so not much of a difference.

      • kerri

        Thanks for lmk. I do appreciate it. I was hoping to score some goodies while potentially helping the girls out. Id still rather do it that way LOL. Then the girl gets to sell them rather than the organization.

  19. Alicia

    The Girlscouts organization should be ashamed of thrmsleves- they have stranded troops with thousands of dollars of inventory with no opportunity to sell it besides collecting donations to give cookies to the front line workers- while it is important to support the front line workers, individual troops shouldn’t be responsible for thousands of dollars of cookies while the organization continues to sell to customers online-

  20. laureen

    thanks, i was just craving girl scout cookies. i love the peanut butter ones. i would splurge on this as i don’t spend money on myself so often. $9 for Bath&Body works no but for girl scouts i would do.

  21. Casey

    I will not pay $12 for shipping.😮 maybe I am just a frugal person but I think $4 & $5 is to much.

  22. Tina

    I agree – shipping on the website is ridiculous. I have been able to fit 9 boxes (Samoas & Thin Mints mixture) in a medium flat rate box and mail for $15.05 – great deal when shipping to family in Alaska.

  23. Tricia

    I love the donation idea. I’ve been making homemade cookies and sending with my EMT husband to bring to work and hand out to his crew. They really appreciate those little things right now.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      That’s very sweet of you! Thanks for supporting them!

  24. Momma of 7

    I would never buy these! It’s much cheaper to buy the stuff and make your own cookies.

  25. queen62

    Where does all this money go for these cookies ? How much money actually goes to the hard working troops that are forced to sell them? This should not be allowed with the Coronavirus, social distance, quarantine . Shame on you Girl Scouts

  26. Kate

    Better yet, post on Facebook or Nextdoor and find a local troop who is trying to sell their cookie boxes from their cancelled cookie booths. Another idea: Our troop leader works at a hospital, so we asked people to pay to have the boxes donated to hospital workers. It was a big hit, and we got rid of 45 boxes in a few days!

    • kerri

      GREAT IDEA !!!!

  27. Lunafalls

    Shipping for me wasn’t $12.00; it was “only” $9.25 for 4-6 boxes. I wonder if it varies by area. I went ahead and ordered 6 boxes and will share with my mom for Mother’s Day.

    I have such nice memories of my times in Girl Scouts and at Girl Scout camp. I wanted to support them.

    Without the cookie sales, I’m sure they would need to charge a lot more to the girls for annual membership dues, and some would be priced out.

  28. Chris

    As a Cookie Dad, I am grateful that our cookie season wrapped in early March. I’d be happy to cover the costs for a case ($60) to be delivered to hospital in a council region that did not get to have a season. Contact me to set this up cgreenleafr AT gmail DOT com. I’d hope other Girl Scout families that are in a position to do something similar would also step up.

  29. Melissa J

    $12 shipping is crazy. There are lots of girls in our neighborhood selling their overloads of cookies via Nextdoor. Some will drop off, some will leave on their porch for a pickup. You can help out your local girls this way. Just ask on Nextdoor!

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