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Volunteer Spotlight: Brownie Troop 53116

Updated: Apr 20

Second graders make a difference for their neighbors year-round.


Be The Good is 100% volunteer-run by individuals. families, teams, troops, and organizations with a heart for feeding our neighbors. Here's the story of how Troop 53116 has been the good in their community.

 

“We’re all huge fans of the great work being done at Be The Good and so grateful we have the opportunity to be a part of the mission," said Brownie Troop 53116 Leader Danielle Cotter.

“We have been partnering with Be The Good since we were Daisies, and over the course of our troop life we’ve made sandwiches, seasonal care packages, stuffed the bus, made and delivered care packages for Afghan Refugees, helped stock the Little Pantry in Creekside and made Mother’s Day cards," Danielle continued.

“Our girls love being able to give back to the community that they are a part of."

"During our cookie sales, when we talked about what we would use our profits for. The majority of the girls, without hesitation, said they would want to use some of the money to help Be The Good," Danielle concluded.



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