About Fall Product Sales

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

Thank you for supporting Girl Scouts with your support of the Fall Product Sale Program!

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 guide, coming soon!

Additional Activity Sheets:
Want to prepare your troop with a fun activity during your meetings? Try one of these five activity sheets. New this year! 

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 $266!

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 Share patch when meeting their goals. 

Click here to download the Gift of Caring flyer and 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 Share Patch when selling five or more donated nut/candy or magazine items. Simply list the number of nut/candy items and/or magazine vouchers to be donated in the last two columns of the order form, and collect payment for items sold. Council will retain these items for donation. 

All Gift of Caring items are $5 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

Ashdon Farms:
There are 16 delicious nut and candy selections. Prices vary between $6.00 and $9.00. The product is extremely high quality and will have two items offered in decorative collectors tins.

Products-order card
Earnable Patches
Combined campaign incentives
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 training in person, or use our virtual training which allows you to access the information you need, when you need it. 

In Person Training Schedule
The best way to get trained and be prepared is to attend one of our Fall Product Sale Troop Training Sessions. These are scheduled during the last half of September.

Click the link below for the date, time and location most convenient for you. Please pre-register so we know how many people will be attending. If you have any questions, contact our Product Sales Associate for assistance.

Training Dates

Ocean Service Center, Toms River

Matawan United Methodist Church

Program Activity Center, Farmingdale

Selling Period & Booth Sales

Order Taking
September 28 - October 21 
Door Hanger

Online Sale Extended
You can still support your local Girl Scout by purchasing items online until November 18

Booth Sales 
Friday, November 16 - Sunday, November 25
Fall Booth Sale Calendar

Submit Your Booth
Troops can schedule a sale by getting approval from the location manager and submitting your booth application online using the form below. You will receive your approval from council by e-mail to confirm your sale.

  • Troops can either order their booth items along with their troop order in Unify on the line labeled “Troop Cupboard” or they have the option of picking up at council.
  • Council pickup requires an e-mail to Janet Zelenak at least five days prior to the sale date. There will be a limited number of varieties available when picking up at council. There are NO returns on any booth items, so please order carefully.
  • Payment for booth items is due the Monday following the sale. Refer to the T2 troop order report in Unify for an updated amount due to council. Include your troop number on the deposit so it can be credited to your troop properly and  be sure to submit a copy of the deposit as required.
Online Virtual Training & Quiz

Updated training coming soon!