Environment: PROD

Galaxy Cookies 2019

$5,224.93 raised

Hello Friends and Family,


I have an opportunity to truly make a difference and give back to a cause so incredibly important to me.  I enjoy helping and supporting Cookies for Kids’ cancer because I get to help solve world problems and help kids. Each year I love putting on my game face and raising as much money as possible! During the months of July and August I love deciding which cookies to make and how many to bake of each kind. I don’t do this each year because I have to, I do it because I want to make a difference in these kids’ lives.


Cookies for Kids’ Cancer was founded by a determined mother to help increase her young son, Liam’s odds in his fight against cancer.  She had the idea to bake cookies to sell during the holidays.  It was a larger-than-life event, and a huge success. During that time, she realized people want to get involved, they just need to know how.


This will be my fourth year supporting Cookies for Kids’ Cancer.  Last year I baked over 40.5 dozen cookies! And raised over $2,000 - it all went to Cookies for Kids’ Cancer! This year my goal is to raise $3,000 and bake 46.5 dozen cookies.


My table of cookies will be set up on Sunday, September 1, 2019 and Monday, September 2, 2019 at 4195 Lyric Falls Court, Loveland from 10AM to 3PM. I will also have a table during Night on the Town in Loveland on September 13, 2019 at Rabbask Designs, 243 E 4th Street, starting at 5PM.  I would love to see you then and please spread the word.  Your tax-deductible donation would be a tremendous step in my mission to change the statistics for the 40,000 children actively battling cancer in the US right now.  Please consider stopping by or making an online donation to my personal fundraising page.



I also ask that you reach out to others you know, and inspire them to follow in our footsteps.  Help me spread the word.  Because if we all do a little, it adds up to a lot.


Thank you for your donation,


Daniela - Grade 6


Check out my appearance on the morning show. 




Check out the article in the newspaper.