It’s that time of year again and the Girl Scouts are selling cookies! Starting this weekend you will see friendly little faces on little girls at your local stores. Did you know that when you help support Girl Scouts in your communities that you’re also helping the whole community?
See Girl Scouts not only sell cookies and attend meetings. They put their dreams into actions and make community service their service. Kaila joined Girl Scouts in kindergarten and after a year of attending meetings, working on projects and I was brought on to be the co-leader of her troop. Being a troop leader was incredibly rewarding we working on projects like creating blankets for the children’s hospitals and helping with our community garden.
Now that we moved from Oregon to California going back to Girl Scouts is also a great way for our daughters to make friends and help our family get to know our new community here in California.
Girl Scouts also helps to build essential skills and a mom of three daughters I want them to work hard for their dreams and accomplish what they set out to do. The skills that Girl Scouts help to teach also help to build and empower strong young ladies. Skills like money management,
This year on February 7th start celebrating with National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend! To celebrate there will be a big green carpet premiere in NYC which officially kicks off cookie sales nationally!
Find out more about the cookie varieties, locations of sales, and more visit the GSUSA Cookie Program Page.
As part of National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend you can join one big bookie celebration and you could even win a year’s supply of your favorite Girl Scout Cookie!
When: Wednesday, February 5 from 9—10 p.m. EST (8CT, 7 MT, & 6 PT)
Where: Part on Twitter Hashtags: #gno #CookieBoss
Who: Brand Panelist: @girlscouts Community Panelists:TBD Moderator(s): @jylmomIF @Dadventurous @troypattee and @MomItForward
You can also find GSUSA on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
This post was compensated by GSUSA as part of my participation in a campaign with the Mom It Forward Blogger Network.