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Girl Scouts Donate 8,400 Boxes of Girl Scout Cookies to Cooper

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Cherry Hill, NJ – June 17, 2024 – The Girl Scouts of Central and Southern New Jersey (GSCSNJ) proudly announced a heartfelt gesture to honor the commitment and dedication of healthcare professionals at Cooper University Health Care and MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper. In an act of gratitude, GSCSNJ will present 8,400 boxes of their iconic Girl Scout Cookies to their frontline team members to enjoy.

On Tuesday, June 18 at 1:30 PM, at the MD Anderson at Cooper, located at 2 Cooper Plaza, Ginny Hill, CEO of GSCSNJ, along with Girl Scouts representing the entire council, will present Dr. Generosa Grana, Director of MD Anderson at Cooper, along with representatives from The Cooper Foundation, an initial 600 boxes of cookies for the entire staff. The remaining 7,800 boxes will be delivered to the hospital on Friday, June 21, and distributed to all employees.

“The Girl Scouts are deeply grateful for the unwavering dedication of the healthcare workers at Cooper and MD Anderson at Cooper,” said Ginny Hill, CEO of the Girl Scouts of Central and Southern New Jersey. “Their commitment to their patients and the community is truly inspiring, and we hope this small token of our appreciation brings a smile to their faces.”

“The support from MD Anderson at Cooper has been instrumental in empowering our Girl Scouts,” continued Hill. “Their involvement in the STEMinist program has provided invaluable experiences that will inspire these young women for years to come.”

Earlier this year, MD Anderson at Coopers played a pivotal role in GSCSNJ’s STEMinist program, dedicating time and resources to educating Camden City Girl Scouts about STEM careers and opportunities in healthcare.

“This gesture highlights the strong, ongoing partnership between the Girl Scouts and MD Anderson at Cooper,” said Lisa Morina, Senior Vice President & Chief Philanthropy Officer at The Cooper Foundation. “Our organizations share a passion for community engagement and advancing healthcare careers for young women.”