Links & Resources for Girls
The QSP Program is GSOFCT's fall product sale that
enables families and friends to support Girl Scouting through magazine
subscriptions and nut and candy sales.
The QSP order taking ran from October 12 to November 2, 2012.
Girls delivered nut and candy products early in December.
This year's theme is What Can a Girl Do? Participation in the program allows girls to develop essential skills — such as goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics — while earning money toward their troop’s treasury.
Every Girl Scout that reaches $125 in total sales will be entered into a drawing to win two tickets to the Mystic Aquarium “Penguin Encounter,”
which will also include a day at Mystic Aquarium. Along with getting to
shake fins with a penguin, girls will have the opportunity to sit in a
circle as an African penguin walks freely among the group, providing
each person with a unique face-to-face penguin experience. Participants
also get an opportunity to listen to the penguin's heartbeat, feel their
soft feathers, and ask the trainer questions.
Four ways for customers to show their support
Online Magazine Orders
Ordering magazines online helps to “Go Green,” and they arrive at the subscriber’s home
quicker than those ordered on paper. Girls, with parent/guardian supervision, send emails to family and friends inviting them to shop online for magazines. Customers order magazines through the online site and pay QSP directly via credit card.
Catalog Magazine Orders
Families and friends browse through the catalog and complete the Magazine Order Form(s) with their selections.
Girls collect the completed forms and full payment at the time the order is placed.
Nut and Candy Orders
Customers choose from a wide selection of nut and candy treats, and fill in order card with their selections. Girls collect payment at this time and turn it in with their order card.
Address booklets allow family and friends who live away to support a Girl Scout by purchasing and/or renewing magazine subscriptions.
QSP mails the coupons from the booklets by first class mail to each address.
Names and addresses are not sold or shared by QSP. Ordering information is sent directly to the person listed on the coupon.
Congratulations to the winners of the coloring contest!
- Natalie, Daisy, Prospect Troop 64621
- Hannah, Daisy, New Milford Troop 40211
- Elena, Brownie, Trumbull Troop 36197
- Andreana, Brownie, Coventry Troop 65446
- Emily, Junior, New Fairfield troop 60704
- Riley, Junior, Wallingford troop 60483
- Bethany, Cadette, Lisbon Troop 63047
- Melissa, Cadette, Winsted Troop 40129
- Lauren, Senior, Salem Troop 63340
- Ashley, Senior, Berlin Troop 91006
- Deanna, Ambassador, Norwich Troop 63606
- Rachel, Ambassador, Naugatuck Troop 64118
Online tools for Volunteers
Nut- E 2.0 is the web based QSP Program management system Girl Scouts of Connecticut uses to record and track information from the QSP Program. Every troop/group uses nut-E 2.0 to enter their contact information, enter the girls’ orders, track and select incentives earned by the girls, review the QSP bill and record their payment to the council. For instructions on how to use nut-E 2.0, click here.
Troop QSP Managers/Leaders can use the Webster online
banking option to pay for your troop/groups products.You do not need to be a
Webster customer to use this option.
For instructions on how to make a payment, click here.
For more information about the QSP Program or online banking, please contact us at email@example.com or (800) 922-2770 ext. 3350.