The GoFundMe page states the troop will deliver the cookies "while maintaining (at) a safe distance."
The troop hopes to collect $2,400 in the fundraiser.
“Our Troop usually gives back to the community each year, however, this year has been different and difficult,” Johnson said. “It is challenging for the girls to be at home away from school and their regular activities. This is something that they are excited about.”
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Boxes will be donated equally to Henry and Clayton County fire departments and police departments, Emory and Grady hospitals and Atlanta’s Rainbow Village to name a few.
Johnson said the troop hopes to inspire positivity with their sweet donations.
“The girls simply want to cheer people up, especially those who are on the front lines,” Johnson said. “They realize the first responders are tired and overwhelmed. A box of cookies could make someone's day brighter. They want people to be reminded of the positive side of things. I believe it's the small things that lifts us up during challenging times.”