Thin mint cookies, anyone?
After Girl Scouts in the United States suspended home sales and cookie kiosks due to the proliferation of COVID-19, the organization began the online cookie season. Girl Scouts announced on Friday that you can buy tagalongs, samoas and other cookies online
The efforts are part of the Cookie Care Cookie Care program which provides a safer way to order cookies for home delivery. You can donate a gift box to first responders, volunteers and local issues. Cookie lovers can buy or donate via girlscouts.org/cookiecare.
Prior to Cookie Care, Girl Scouts seasonal candy can be ordered using the organization’s personal platform, “Digital Cookie”, which provides consumers with a link to online order boxes
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“Girl Scouts have been around for 108 years in times of crisis and turmoil,” said Silvia Acevedo, CEO of Girl Scouts in the United States. “Today, we are advancing new initiatives to help girls, their families and consumers communicate, explore, find comfort and take action.”
The seasons of Girl Scout cookies may vary by region and not all types of cookies are available in all states.
Cookies are available for shipping across the country. Girl Scouts said sales from its annual cookie program are the “financial lifeline” that helps it deliver programs to 1.7 million girls.