Cookies


Forms

District Cookie Order Form

Cookie All Stars

Recipes using Girl Guide Cookies

Cookie Selling Etiquette

Where Does the Money Go?

Your Provincial Cookie Committee


Daphne Slade – Provincial Cookie Adviser & Tuckamore Area Cookie Contact nl-cookies@girlguides.ca

Rhonda McDonald – Trefoil Central Area Cookie Contact rhondanmcdonald@hotmail.com

Melanie Moores – Long Range Trails Area Cookie Contact nl-trefoilcentralac@girlguides.ca

Deanna Cain-Hewitt – Oceans Edge Area and Con Ba Su Area Cookie Contact the-hewitts@hotmail.com

Cheryl Drover – Northern Mosaic Area and Eastern Bays Area Cookie Contact cheryl_drover@msn.com

Cookie Days in Canada


Classic 2020

The Spring event will take place the weekend of April 17, 18, and 19, 2020.

 

Any Units that took part in the Mint campaign should have their crests. They were sent to the mailing house November 15. If a unit believes they qualified but did not receive the ordering evaluation form please ask them to contact ckhelp@girlguides.ca and include the date of their event and the Unit iMIS number so we can investigate.

Newfoundland and Labrador Girl Guide Provincial Cookie Weeks

 

Please encourage all units to get out in the community and make themselves visible to the public. Spread the Guiding word!

Cookie Delivery

 

Spring 2020 Classic Cookie Order deadline for Newfoundland and Labrador is December 15th, 2019.  Please complete the ck.1 and submit it to your Area Cookie Contact.  A complete list is provided for your convenience.

Cookie Delivery


If you have to make a cookie delivery change or report a cookie delivery issue please complete the CK.2 form. Complete and send to Daphne Slade, Provincial Cookie Adviser at nl-cookies@girlguides.ca as soon as possible.



Cookie Freshness Guarantee

The cookie freshness guarantee is now represented as an actual date. We have discontinued the julian date code system moving forward.


Please Note


If you have damaged cookies or other delivery issues, please take a picture of the damage and or missing cookies and make note on the delivery slip. Then submit a completed CK.2 form to Daphne Slade, Provincial Cookie Adviser at nl-cookies@girlguides.ca as soon as possible.

Provincial Cookie Days


If your unit(s) have been out selling cookies door to door during our Provincial Cookie Weeks, please remember to send a list of your girls that participated including the Unit name, District Name and Area to Daphne Slade, Provincial Cookie Adviser by Thursday, October 31st, 2019

There are two $50.00 prizes per Area for the girls names drawn. There is also a $50.00 prize for one Unit within each Area to put toward an activity of your choice. An example would be an ice cream party.

It is important to remember the deadline to submit names of the girls and Units is Thursday, October 31st, 2019.


Group Photo Contest


Please remember to submit pictures of your unit selling those delicious mint cookies and if your picture is selected your unit will receive $50.00. There is one photo contest winner for Newfoundland and Labrador. Pictures will be published in The Signal!

It is important to remember the deadline to submit names of the girls and Units is Thursday, October 31st, 2019.


Group Photo Contest Winner - 2nd Chamberlains Guides, Chamberlains District, Con Ba Su Area 


Individual Cookie Photo Contest Winners






Certificate for Business


Looking for a way to say Thank you to a business that supported your cookie sales?? Contact the Provincial Office for a certificate of Thanks for that business. This is an awesome way to show your appreciation for their support.

Cookie Finder Map


Help us to spread the word and remind the units to use the Cookie Finder Map application to promote their group cookie selling events. The map and event form are located on the main website at http://www.girlguides.ca/cokie-Finder_Map. The map is now the first point of reference given to all enquiries regarding where to buy cookies and is promoted extensively through our social media presence.

Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Cookie Week Crest



Don’t forget to get your Provincial Cookie Crest and Rockers!  Both are available through the Provincial Office.  They make a great addition to your Camp Blanket!

Fall 2019 cookie rockers have been ordered through the Provincial Office.

Please remember you can order both the Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Cookie Crest and rockers by filling out this order form. Payment is due upon placing of order.

Every little girl and their Guider loves to receive a crest! Please ensure that everyone gets one! Even check to see that your girls have all their rockers from previous years!!


Cookie All Stars


The registration site will open at the beginning of February 2020.

REMINDER!  Rewards for Mint 2019 / Classic 2020!

Each girl who sells 80 or more cases of cookies individually will have a choice of the following rewards:

  1. Camp Kit (approx. value $300)
  2. Amazon gift card valued at $250

 

Here is what is included in the Camp Kit 

  • Backpack with hydration pack
  • Sleeping bag
  • Flashlight
  • Mess kit

For the girls that already have a basic Camp Kit we would like to introduce a second level Camp Kit where the following items maybe be included:

  1. Self-Inflating sleeping pad – MEC Camper Sleeping Pad
  2. MEC Brooks 20 l dry bag
  3. LifeStraw Water filter
  4. Coghlan’s Bear bell with magnet
  5. Leatherman Sidekick multitool
  6. Tick Key
  7. Petzl Actik Headlamp
  8. GSI Glacier Camp Stove (propane, single burner)

 

Please keep in mind that all items are subject to change.



**This Year Only!**


This guiding year marks the 10th Anniversary of Cookie All Stars and we will be celebrating this milestone by swapping out the individual girls and guider crest with a special anniversary Cookie All Stars bracelet. That means that any girl selling 7 or more cases over the 2019/2020 guiding year will receive the bracelet. Gift cards will continue to be awarded from 15 cases and up

**** not exact product – final design is being created and will be shared soon ***

The group sales crests will still be produced and awarded this year.


Important to Note


Top level reward for Mint 2019/Classic 2020 – there is no change to the rewards this campaign

Each girl who sells 80 or more cases of cookies individually will have a choice of the following rewards:

A Camp Kit- approx. value $300 (the kit contents will be changing. Updates will be provided shortly) or an Amazon gift card valued at $250

 

Registration

Cookie All Stars registration site will open for all units in February 2020 after cookie ordering period is finished.

Trex, Trip Unit, Lones and other Individual Cases


The Cookie All Stars registration site can provide Trex and Trip unit rosters. Unit Guiders are also able to record sales by Lones and transitional Members.  The Instructions as always can be found on the Member Zone in the Cookie All Stars section.

 

Please make sure that all Guiders in your province are familiar with these rules. Lones or girls from another Units helping with the Unit sales should have their sales recorded by each Unit Guider.in the section called Other Girl helpers/Lones, located below the Unit roster.


Guider needs to:
  1. Enter Girl Helper iMIS number and click Add Girl helper button to be able to enter number of cookies sold both individually and as part of the group for each campaign.
  2. Check for accuracy and click the Update Other Girl Helper/Lones button. (this button saves info for girl helpers or Lones only). The Save & Submit button still must be clicked to submit the whole roster.
  3. All individual cookie sales are combined and recorded by the girl’s iMIS number after campaign closes.

 

If a Girl Helper in the Unit sells cookies or is a member of a Special Ops./Trip Unit, her total sales will be combined and transferred to the home Unit – providing the home Unit has registered for Cookie All Stars.



IMPORTANT:

 

  1. Please make sure that ALL special Ops (Trip) Units in your Province are registered in the iMIS database. This will help avoid delays in registration and eliminate manual adjustments.

     

  2. Units without a Contact Guider in the iMIS database will not be able to register for Cookie All Stars. If you require a list of Units in your province that still do not have a Contact Guider assigned, please contact your provincial iMIS administrator or let me know and I will provide one for you as applicable.

Unit Group Sales



Please remind your Guiders that cookies sold during the group event cannot be added to girls’ individual sales.

    Since it appears that there is still a misunderstanding in the field regarding both types of sales here are a couple of scenarios:

Scenario1:

Unit orders # of cases and a Unit Guider gives the cookies to each girl (one; two or more cases) to take home and sell – this is an individual sale

Scenario 2:

Unit Guider takes all or some girls to sell the ordered cookies as a group either door to door, district blitz etc. - this is a Group sale event.

Scenario 3:

As in Scenario 1, but if girls bring to a Unit group sale event the cookies that they were given to take home, then these cookies can be counted as either individual or group sales but not both.

Scenario 4:

Let’s say that Unit has 12 girls in total. Some girls, for example 6 of them, set a high goal for themselves and requested many cases, for example 40 cases each.  These 6 girls then get together and organize their own group sales event. They sell their cookies (240 cases) door to door, in front of the stores etc. – this is an individual sale.

Hope this clarifies. As always, all questions regarding Cookie All Stars should be forwarded to cookieallstars@girlguides.ca.

COMING UP…

 

February 3     Cookie All Stars registration site opens


Cookie History

In 1927, a Girl Guide leader in Regina baked and boxed up cookies for her girls as a simple way to raise money for uniforms and camping equipment. Little did she know that she was starting one of Canada’s greatest traditions - Girl Guide cookies!
Funds raised through cookie sales support girls and women in Guiding by:  

  • Helping us provide diverse and exciting programs and activities
  • Allowing girls the chance to discover new interests, learn valuable leadership skills and making lasting friendships
  • Assist girls and leaders with attending camps and events
  • Providing training and support for leaders


There’s a lot of history behind Girl Guide cookies!

1927 - The first cookies are sold in Regina, Saskatchewan.
1929 - GGC starts selling cookies across the country.
1953 - Classic chocolate and vanilla cookies made their first appearance.
1991 - During the Gulf War, every Canadian soldier was given a box of GGC cookies upon arrival in Saudi Arabia.
1992 -Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar, a former member, carries GGC cookies into space.
1995 – The chocolatey mint cookies are sold across Canada
2003 - All classic chocolate and vanilla and chocolatey mint cookies are produced in a nut-free and peanut-free bakery.
2009 - GGC launched reduced trans fat chocolatey mint cookies
2010 - The 100th anniversary cookie box is introduced for the classic campaign. The classic chocolate and vanilla cookies are now 0 g trans fat per serving.
2018 - New cookie box design is introduced for both sandwich and mint cookies.

 



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