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Our very own Fox 29 health nut Rachel Leigh chowed down in the annual WILD 95.5 Girl Scouts Cookie Eating Contest at the South Florida Fair. The competition was all to raise awareness for the Girl Scouts' "Cookies for the Military" program.
This year, they hope to send 40,000 boxes of cookies to our military personnel.
JUPITER, FL – For the sixth year in a row, Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida (GSSEF) is sponsoring their Cookies for the Military program. The program provides an opportunity to donate boxes or cases of Girl Scout cookies to our service women and men domestically or overseas. Cookies for the Military is a great way for our community to support Girl Scouts while sending a "taste of home" to our troops.
This year the goal is to collect enough donations for 40,000 boxes of cookies. Because of the generosity of our community members, Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida has sent more than 160,000 boxes of cookies to our troops since 2009. GSSEF works with two local organizations, Forgotten Soldiers Outreach and America's Moms for Soldiers, to coordinate the delivery of cookies to be included in care packages they send to military personnel.
Girl Scout cookies are $4 per box or $48 per case. Customers can make a donation to Cookies for the Military at any cookie booth location or by visiting www.cookiesforthemilitary.org.
About Girl Scouts
For more than 100 years, Girl Scouts has built girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. More than any other organization in our community, Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida empowers girls ages 5 to 17 with vision and voice—girls who command their future, engage their communities and inspire others.
Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida is committed to meeting the needs of today's girls by providing the Girl Scout Leadership Experience that will help her develop skills and create a strong foundation for future success. GSSEF receives support from various local United Way agencies including the United Ways of Indian River, Martin and Okeechobee counties and the Town of Palm Beach United Way. Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida serves more than 15,800 girls in Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River and Okeechobee Counties. To explore opportunities to volunteer or partner with Girl Scouts, call 866-727-4475 or visit www.gssef.org.