Girl Scout Ambassador Troop 1991 donates boxes of cookies

Shown from left, Erin Furnish, Ryan House community relations and volunteer coordinator; Girl Scouts Mackenzie Scott-Martin, Chloe Main and Isabelle Jacobs. (Photo by Christianne Meneses Jacobs)

Girl Scout Ambassador Troop 1991 from Pinnacle High School in Phoenix donated more than 100 boxes of cookies to charity.

The troop partnered with Adam Brooks and Lee Eisinberg of ABLE Financial Group to donate the boxes of Girl Scout cookies to charity. Thanks to individual donors, the girls increased the donation from 100 to 150 boxes, according to a press release.

The recipient the troop chose was Ryan House, a center for respite and hospice services for children facing challenging medical conditions, the release said.

In a prepared statement, Erin Furnish, community relations and volunteer coordinator, said that the children look forward to eating Girl Scout cookies for snacks and to take home so the troop enjoyed bringing “some Girl Scout happiness to these children and their families.”

“We thank ABLE Financial for generously donating Girl Scout cookies to the children and families at Ryan House,” said Troop member Isabelle Jacobs in a prepared statement.

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