Operation Cookie Drop
Operation: Cookie Drop allows customers to support the military
personnel by purchasing packages of cookies to be delivered to active
and retired military throughout central Indiana.
In 2018, approximately 6,000 cases of cookies were delivered to Stoutfield, more than 60 National Guard Armories, as well as the Army, Marines, and Air Force. Girls Scouts of Central Indiana also sent cookies to the VA Hospitals in Indianapolis, the Veteran's Home in West Lafayette, Connection Pointe Christian Church and their daycare program, the USO, the USS Indianapolis survivors reunion and many more well deserving organizations and events.
Participating in Operation: Cookie Drop is easy and all girls may participate.
Girls may collect money for Operation: Cookie Drop as they sell during each cookie program year.
Print these super fun wrappers for your Operation: Cookie Drop
collection. The can
wrap or the Thin
Mint box wrap will work great to catch the eye of your
All Operation: Cookie Drop packages must be entered in ebudde in order to ensure that cookies are ordered to deliver to the military.
Purchase items to promote Operation: Cookie Drop at your local Showcase.
Your troop can make Operation: Cookie Drop donation cans to collect donations for our program at cookie booths.
Some of our top selling Girl Scouts are asked to join us in presenting our cookies to our military.
Girls that sell 24 + packages for Operation: Cookie Drop will earn a patch. Girls that sell 48 + packages will earn an Altogether Awesome bracelet set. Girls that sell 100 + packages will earn a S'mores Keepsake Box.
Submit your name for consideration to participate in an Operation: Cookie Drop event.
Check back to register for the 2019 event.
Operation:Cookie Drop Event
Thank you for your interest in participating in an Operation: Cookie
Drop distribution event! When choosing girls to participate we look
for girls that:
-Are top sellers for Operation: Cookie Drop and/or have earned the Operation: Cookie Drop patch
-Are comfortable talking to strangers and sometimes reporters about their Girl Scout Cookie program experiences and techniques
-Have a Girl Scout uniform sash or vest
-Have parents or leaders that are able to transport them to the event on time and stay at the site through the event (please note that some events are during the weekdays)
-Have a military connection
If this sounds like your Girl Scout or your troop, register your information to be considered for an event. Submitting this information does not guarantee you will be selected for an event, but it will serve as our starting contact list.