Earlier this month, 9-year-old Sinai Miller was shot in the leg as she left her apartment to deliver cookies with her fellow Girl Scouts.
Fortunately, the bullet missed bone and artery and didn’t do any major physical damage to the Indianapolis girl.
Because she is unable to sell cookies door-to-door until her leg fully recovers, the Girl Scouts of Central Indiana set up an online cookie drive, called Cookies for Sinai, to help Sinai reach her selling goals.
People from all over the country were quick to rally in support, placing “an overwhelming number” of cookie orders under Sinai’s name, making the young girl a top seller this year.
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