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As a Girl Scout Daisy (grades K–1), she’ll unleash her imagination to try a wide variety of new and exciting things. She’ll make friends, grow her confidence, and build skills that will help her in school and beyond!

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Whether or not you’re familiar with us at Girl Scouts, we want to be there for you.  Girl Scouts is all about helping your girl be her best, bravest, boldest self each and every day. We help her meet new challenges with creative solutions and find hope even in difficult times.



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Updates to Your Girl Scout Membership Account

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Our refreshed Girl Scout member account management system is LIVE, and we’re so excited! We’ve been busy making updates to our membership and troop account management system (known as “myGS”) to make it easier than ever to manage your household’s Girl Scout memberships and keep track of your Girl Scout experiences.

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Coronavirus Updates: Working Together to Keep Our GSNorCal Community Healthy

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As novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to be of growing concern in Northern California, Girl Scouts of Northern California will take all possible and appropriate measures to ensure girls continue to have a safe, fun, one-of-a-kind experience at Girl Scouts. If you have questions about how novel coronavirus may impact Girl Scout activities, please contact us at or 800-447-4475—we're here for you.

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GSNorCal Girl Scouts are still selling cookies in the pandemic

North Bay Girl Scouts learn how to sell cookies during the coronavirus pandemic

05 Feb 2021

With pandemic restrictions in place, teams of uniformed Girl Scouts rocking their award sashes won’t be stationed outside your local grocery store, nor will their parents be soliciting orders from colleagues in the break rooms at their workplaces. Girl Scout officials say they are pivoting, as other businesses are, to online sales. Buyers can go to, click or tap the Cookie tab, and put in a zip code at “Find a Cookie Entrepreneur.”

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Volunteer View: February

01 Feb 2021

In this largely digital cookie season, the GSNorCal Online Shop Locator is the key to connecting girls to their customers. GSNorCal customers can search for girls and troops' online shops local to their zip code, and the Locator is promoted in all 19 counties in the council. Girls who opt-in to the Locator and submit their online shop URL by 2/7 will receive three free packages of cookies to gift to friends and family and spread joy!

KTVU interviews GSNorCal about Cookie 2021

Girl Scout Cookie sales begin Jan. 23 (KTVU)

21 Jan 2021

KTVU interviews GSNorCal Chief Marketing Officer, Heather Burlew-Hayden, about what to expect with Girl Scout Cookie Season 2021, starting on Saturday, January 23. Girl Scouts have been known to pivot on a dime, and Cookie Season is no exception!

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Volunteer View: January

01 Jan 2021

Search the Forms Index on our website for all cookie forms needed by volunteers, and find girl and family resources on our main cookie resource page. Be sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook for up-to-date information and marketing campaign tips, and troop cookie volunteers can look out for weekly email and text updates from our Product Program staff. Initial cookie orders are due January 11 and girls' online businesses launch January 23, so take a look and prepare to support our premier girl entrepreneurship program!

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CEO Update - Unity, Community, Hope, and Resilience

17 Dec 2020

Thank each of you—our volunteers, girls, donors, community partners, and staff—for your commitment to creating a better tomorrow, together. Thank you for your patience and persistence as we have learned together new ways to stay connected and support girls’ well-being. Thank you also to the heroes among us—essential workers, including teachers, health care providers, farmworkers, fire fighters, and first responders.