You're sure to love this tasty treat.
Empty the Girl Scout Cookie Warehouse Challenge
Meet the challenge! Servis 1st Bank and the law firm of Zimmerman Kiser Sutcliffe, along with the Orlando Business Journal is challenging the Central Florida business community to match their donations to Empty the Girl Scout Cookie Warehouse. Please click the link above to meet the challenge.
About Girl Scout Cookies
When you buy Girl Scout Cookies, you feed joy and make a difference with every box.
Will your Girl Scout Cookie entrepreneur help the local hospital or animal shelter across town? Climb her first mountain? Start a nonprofit? It’s up to her and her troop. Proceeds stay local to power life-changing programs, experiences, and learning all year long!
When girls participate in the Girl Scout Cookie Program, they also develop important life skills—goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics—that will set girls up for success beyond anything they can imagine.
That’s why we ask you to buy the delicious cookies you crave from your local Girl Scout Cookie business pro—not from her parents. You’ll enjoy your favorite cookies even more knowing you helped her do all the amazing things she’s got planned for this year while also learning a ton along the way.
2021 Cookie Champions
Try one of these Girl Scout Cookie Inspired Recipes!
Cookie Crumb Rumble. Early in the year we had student Chefs from Second Harvest Food Bank CFL's Culinary Training Program incorporate Girl Scout Cookies in unique recipes never done before. They worked with local Girl Scouts to prepare each recipe and present it in front of a panel of top Central Florida Chefs.
Try your hand at one or all of these recipes!
Cookie Crumb Rumble Recipes
Feed your cookie craving!
Find a cookie booth. Discover Girl Scout Cookie sales in your neighborhood by entering your zip code in the “Find Cookies!” tool.
Buy online with the Digital Cookie® platform. Buy cookies from a Girl Scout you know using the Digital Cookie platform. Check with your local Girl Scout council for details.