POTOMAC, Md. (WDVM) — A Girl Scout troop is donating their cookie gross sales to an excellent trigger.
Girl Scout troop 33127 can be donating its proceeds to Rosie’s Farm Sanctuary, a brand new Potomac-based non-profit that takes in rescued livestock.
The group’s objective is to additionally educate others on learn how to look after the creatures that dwell on the farm.
In addition to donating all their cookie gross sales to assist the animals, the ladies will spend the day on Wednesday volunteering on the farm.
Girl Scout Katya Vert-Wong says the troop selected Rosie’s Farm Sanctuary as a result of they love animals and revel in serving to out.
“We’re going to donate half of our money to two calves,” mentioned Vert-Wong. “Two calves are coming in, so we are going to take care of them and feed them.”
This was a two month lengthy venture for the troop. Vert-Wong says they knocked on neighbors’ doorways and created an internet site to promote their cookies.
Michele Waldman, founder and president of Rosie’s, says she is grateful to the ladies for donating the cash from their gross sales.
“We are so grateful that the girl scouts decided to donate to Rosie`s Farm Sanctuary,” says Waldman. “We can`t wait to welcome them and introduce them to the animals and our mission.”