Donate Girl Scout Cookies to Local Shut-Ins

  It’s that time of year again! Bella’s girl scout troop has begun their annual girl scout cookie fundraiser. If you’re looking at the picture, that’s what my dinning room table will look like next month.

This year, Bella’s Girl Scout Troop has elected to send their donated cookies to local shut-ins and nursing homes in our local area, starting through the church which hosts the girls’ meetings.

Last year, Bella set out with a goal of selling 100 boxes of cookies. This year she’d like to exceed that goal, even if just by one box.

So, if you’d like to DONATE a box of cookies through Bella’s troop, she’d be more than happy to take your order.

You can email me at inspireme @ with the number of boxes you wish to donate, and I’ll send you a Paypal invoice. (please note: by paying with Paypal you will be subject to a convenience fee = cost of paypal transaction).

After your payment clears, you’ll receive an email thanking you for your donation to the troop’s cause and can print out and save for your tax records next year. Yep, donating Girl Scout Cookies is TAX DEDUCTABLE!

 As delicious as Girl Scout Cookies are, I know it’s hard to think about giving them away. But think of it as sharing, just as you would share with a dear friend, those who are shut-in rarely get to go out and enjoy the simple pleasures we take advantage of everyday. So who will donate and share a box of cookies today?


Daughter of a dairy farmer, this crafty mom has a heart for all things handmade. When she's not writing or crafting, you can find her creating memories with her family.

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