Service Unit Fall Product Chair
The Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles Fall Product Program gives girls the same skill development benefits of our famous cookie program, but offers delectable nuts and snacks from the Trophy Nut Company along with great magazine subscription and renewal offers from QSP.
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2022 Important Dates
1, 6, or 16 – Troop Fall Product Chair Training
15 – TFPC begin to gain access to M2OS
23 – Fall Product Program Starts
14 – Deadline to send 18+ emails for Online Rewards
23 – PreOrders (Paper Order Form) forms due in M2OS by 11:59PM PST
24 – TFPC Deadline to Check Girl PreOrders in M2OS by 11:59PM PST
12 – Mini Mega Drop at Santa Anita
20 – Fall Product Program Ends
2 – ACH Debit
9 – ACH Credit
Troop Guide Fall Product
Fall Product in a Nutshell: Quick Guide to Fall Product
Troop Training PowerPoint
Troop M2OS Guide
Frequently Asked M2OS Questions
2021 Girl and Troop Rewards
ACH Debit Authorization eForm
Debit Adjustment Request
Family Letter (English)
Family Letter (Spanish)
Gift of Caring Receipt
Product Programs Parent Permission/Responsibility Agreement (English)
Product Programs Parent Permission/Responsibility Agreement (Spanish)
Product Quality Incident Report
Troop Fall Product Chair Position Description & Agreement eForm
What are the 5 Skills and why do they matter to my Girl Scout?
The 5 Skills that girls learn through participating in the Girl Scout Fall Product Program are valuable life skills that she can apply to her everyday life.
1. Goal Setting
Your Girl Scout will set sales goals when she participates in the Fall Product Program. Learning how to set a goal individually and as a group and then creating a plan to reach them helps her develop Cooperation and Team Building.
2. Decision Making
Helping to decide how her troop will spend their money or choosing the best location to hold a booth will require her to make decisions. Learning to make decisions and working as a group will help her to develop her Critical Thinking and Problem Solving skills. Becoming a confident decision maker will always serve her well.
3. Money Management
Your Girl Scout takes orders, handles customer’s money and gains valuable and Practical Life Skills around financial literacy. From deciding how to use troop proceeds to deciding how much she can afford to spend on a car payment, learning to manage money is a necessary skill for everyone.
4. People Skills
Your Girl Scout learns how to talk to, listen to and work with all kinds of people. These experiences will allow your Girl Scout to develop Healthy Relationship and Conflict Resolution skills she can use throughout her life. She can learn to ask a teacher for help or navigate the school cafeteria more easily. Girls can also use their people skills to learn to work well with others on school projects or as a part of a sports team.
5. Business Ethics
Your Girl Scout is honest and responsible at every step. Her business ethics reinforce the Positive Values she is developing as a Girl Scout.