Girl Scout Cookies

This is the time of year people look forward to getting their fix of Thin Mints, Tagalongs and Samoas. Girls Scout cookie season gives us an chance to eat our favorite cookies, and a chance to help girls I our community.

Kelsey O’Leary is a girl scout who is taking part in this year’s cookie sale.

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

Girl Scouts of Utah was founded in 1920 in Ogden, Utah and is the organization of choice for girls in grades K-12. With the support of positive volunteer role models, Girl Scouts is recognized as the leader in innovative development programs for girls and young women.

Girl Scouts of Utah currently impacts the lives of over 8,000 girls and 3,500 adult volunteers annually. Each year, our members provide well over 500,000 hours of service throughout the state. Girl Scouts embraces Utah’s cultural, religious, and ethnic diversity and welcomes all girls and families to participate. Girl Scouts of Utah is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that relies on generous financial gifts from individuals, foundations, and corporations. Gifts of support at all levels are welcomed.

Our Promise to Girls

Girl Scouting gives every girl access to life-changing experiences that inspire her to do great things. That every girl of this generation will reach her full potential; wherever she lives, whatever challenges face her, however great the journey to what she can become.

Leadership Experiences are what Make Girl Scouts Unique

Girl Scouts provides girls with more ways to learn and lead than any other organization. Leadership is not only about acquiring skills; it’s about how girls use those skills to make the world a better place.

The Girl Scout Leadership Experience is an integrated approach and gives girls the confidence, life skills, and experience they need to make a difference.

Service is at the Heart of the Girl Scout Experience

At the very core of our programs are the Girl Scout Leadership Awards; Bronze, Silver, and Gold. Girls create their own personalized leadership journey through self-improvement, skill development, career exploration, and by improving their communities through service.

The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest and most prestigious award in Girl Scouts. Earned by only 5-6% of Girl Scouts nationally, this award is for girls grades 9-12. Most recipients enjoy greater access to scholarships, internships, and community awards.

Girl Scouts Focuses on What Girls Need to Thrive in a Rapidly Changing World Invest in a Girl Today!
An investment in Girl Scouts is a commitment to developing young leaders who have the passion and know-how to change the world. Help us close critical gaps in education, health and wellness,and leadership.

When girls learn how powerful they can be, our communities grow stronger.

• Financial Literacy
• Health & Wellness
• S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)
• Self-Esteem & Leadership
• Environmental Stewardship
• Global Citizenship

Girl Scout Alumnae are Living Proof of Our Impact

• 80% of today’s women business owners were Girl Scouts!
• 69% of female United States Senators and 67% of female Members of the House of Representatives were Girl Scouts!
• Virtually every female astronaut who has flown in space was a Girl Scout!

Every Cookie has a Mission!

The Girl Scout Cookie Program is an American tradition and the nation’s leading entrepreneurship program for girls and young women today. The program helps girls develop a wide range of skills, including goal setting and money management.

How the Girl Scout Cookie Crumbles

The price of $3.50 per box does so much! All proceeds generated from Girl Scouts of Utah’s cookie program support programs for Utah girls.

$1.67 Troop program and services

$0.40 Troop proceeds

$0.20 Activity credits and incentives

$0.05 Service Unit proceeds

$2.32 Goes to Girl Scouting in Utah

$0.91 Cost of cookies

$0.27 Administration

$3.50 Total

For more information on the Girl Scouts program:

Girl Scouts of Utah

(801) 265-8472

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