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Girl Scouts donate big!

07/04/2015 11:18AM ● Published by Nancy Babin

Girl Scouts Troop 977 Donates Food to CIC Children

Girl Scouts Troop 977 helped the kids of Children in Crisis this week by having a food drive.  The Girl Scouts and Girl Scout Leaders worked with their local schools to collect cereal and snacks, along with other needed items for the children living at the CIC Neighborhood.

Troop 977 delivered these items and brought a special snack of cookies for the children.  They also enjoyed time playing with the CIC children on CIC/Aunt Bill’s playground located at the neighborhood.  

According to Ken Hair, CIC President & CEO, “The donation helped provide our children in need with, food, paper products and a BIG SMILE!  The donation truly makes a difference and we are very thankful.”

Children in Crisis, Inc. is a 501(c)(3), non-profit  charity of caring people working together to provide homes and establish hope to the abused, neglected, and abandoned children of our community. Since 2008, CIC has provided a home, care and love to over 400 at-risk children.  To learn more about Children in Crisis call 850-864-4242 or visit www.childrenincrisisfl.org.  

Photo:  Girl Scout Troop 977 donate food and other much needed items for the children living at the Children in Crisis Neighborhood.  CIC can’t thank Troop 977 enough for their kindness and great support.

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