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Fall Product Program

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The Fall Product Program is a council-sponsored program that combines educational activities with money earning opportunities for troops. The Fall Product Sale is directed toward family and friends, those closest to Girl Scouting, and enables troops to earn start-up money by selling nuts, candy and magazine subscriptions.

Thank you for supporting Girl Scouts through the Fall Product Sale Program!

Purchase Nuts or Candy Online!

Do you want to purchase delicious nuts or candy from a local Girl Scout? Look for a location tagged on the map below that is near where you live or work. Click the tag and then the link to a Girl Scouts' online storefront. You can order for shipping to your home or request delivery from the Girl Scout. Shipping is preferred. Girl Scouts have the option of rejecting delivery requests if they feel unsure or unsafe. 

Click the icon in the top right of the map to see it full screen.

Important Information

Fall Product Sale Programming

Programming focuses on leadership, collaboration and exploring personal values through discovering, connecting and taking action to help girls explore their future potential. 

The 5 Skills:
The Fall Product Sale teaches Girl Scouts five core skills (Goal Setting, Decision Making, Money Management, People Skills, Business Ethics) to grow into leaders in their own life, in business and in the world.

Online Learning:
For online learning activities designed to enhance the troop program activity pieces, check out our new 2021 Fall Product Program Activities!

Additional Resources & Forms:
Want to prepare your troop with a fun activity during your meetings? Click below to review various forms and resources. 

Goal Setting: Setting goals is the key to a successful sale. Troops and girls who set goals earn big. Talk about what your plans are for the fall and what the funding would be needed to make it happen. Give your girls the opportunity to fully experience Product Sale Programming and don’t skip the Goal Setting and Decision Making skill building! The Fall Product Sale isn’t as simple as saying “sell 350 boxes of cookies” since the product line is varied. By leveraging all product options, the girls can discover, connect and take action to meet their troop’s funding needs.

For example, in a troop with 10 girls: 
If each girl sells 3 magazine orders and 20 nut items, the troop earns $260!

Care to Share/Gift of Caring

A key element of Girl Scout Product Sales is our Gift Of Caring  program where we donate boxes of Girl Scout nuts, candy and cookies to the United States military, The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties and other charitable organizations within our community. Girls participating in the Gift of Caring program earn the Care to Share patch when meeting their goals. 

Click here to download the Jersey Shore Cares receipt sheet

Fall Product Sale Program Specifics
Girls earn proceeds on Gift of Caring items the same as all other nut/candy sales. Girls earn the Care to Share Patch when selling five or more donated nut/candy items. Simply list the number of nut/candy items to be donated in the last column of the order form, and collect payment for items sold. Council will retain these items for donation. 

All Gift of Caring items are $6 each.  Please keep in mind these items will not be delivered with the troop/girl orders, but rather are retained at Council.

Meet The Products

Trophy Nuts:
There are 15 delicious nut and candy selections. Prices vary between $6.00 and $10.00. The product is extremely high quality and will have three items offered in decorative collectors tins.

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Earnable Patches
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Fall Product Sale Training

Our Fall Product Sale Program training helps you deliver a safe, fun and successful Girl Scout experience during the fall product sale. You can attend a Live Zoom, or use our virtual training which allows you to access the information you need, when you need it. 

Virtual Training Schedule
The best way to get trained and be prepared is to attend one of our Fall Product Sale Troop Training Sessions.

Training Sessions for new troop Volunteers

Q&A Session

Important Dates

Order Taking Period

Paper Order Card/In Person: October 1 – October 25
Online Sales:   October 1 – November 21

Other Important Dates

  • September 24: Leader/Volunteers receive welcome email; access M2
  • October 1: Online site opens, and order card sales begin
  • October 8: Target date for troops to add bank information in M2
  • October 25: 
    • Last day for paper order card sales
    • Parent deadline for entering order card items in M2. Online girl-delivered items should not be re-entered.
  • October 27, (by 11:59 p.m.) : Troop deadline to enter girl orders in M2 Online System. Girl delivery option ends.
  • November 13-19 : Community deliveries of product
  • November 21 at 11:59 p.m. : Online ordering of magazine and shipped nuts/candy ends.
  • November 22 : Last day for girls to make reward choices online, if needed.
  • December 3 DEADLINES:
    • All parent monies should be deposited into the TROOP bank account.
    • UNPAID FUNDS COLLECTION FORM if needed, to be submitted to
  • December 9 - ACH withdrawal of troop balance due council.
Online Virtual Training
Five Skills Learned Through Product Sales

Five Skills

The Fall Product Program is a fun way for girls to earn money to support their dreams. This program, along with the Girl Scout Cookie Program, are part of a hands-on leadership and financial literacy program unlike any other in the world. Girls gain essential skills, not from a book, but from real-life experiences building a strong foundation for success.

Participation teaches Girl Scouts five skills to help them grow into leaders in their own life, in business and in the world:

  1. Goal Setting: Sets sales goals individually and, with her team, creates a plan to reach them. She develops cooperation and team-building skills all along the way.
  2. Decision Making: Helps decide how her team spends their money, furthering critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
  3. Money Management: Takes orders, handles customers’ money and gains valuable and practical life skills around financial literacy.
  4. People Skills: Learns how to talk to, listen to and work with all kinds of people while selling. These experiences help her develop healthy relationships and conflict resolution skills that she can use throughout her life.
  5. Business Ethics: Be honest and responsible. Her business ethics reinforce the positive values she is developing as a Girl Scout.
Top Seller Sweet-Easy Extravaganza
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Our fall top sellers will be invited to THE party of the century. 

It will be a Glamorous Roaring 20’s Speakeasy turned “Sweet-easy” themed celebration! 

Top sellers are girls who sell $1,000 or more in total fall product.

Girls will be invited to wear their best flapper-wear and dance the night away.

  •      DJ dance party
  •      Photo booth
  •      Light refreshments will be served
  •      A Sweet-Easy Bar
  •      Secret sweet-easy surprises

You won’t want to miss this – it will be the bee’s knees!

January 22, 2022, in Farmingdale