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Paula's Donuts wants your input on their new Girl Scout cookie flavor donuts

Paula's Donuts raises $19,000 for Girl Scouts of Western New York
Posted at 9:22 AM, Jul 30, 2020

CLARENCE, N.Y. (WKBW) — A Western New York donut shop needs your help on their latest creations which will benefit the Girl Scouts.

Paula's Donuts is running a contest for you to decide how they should make their Thin Mint Donuts and Caramel Delight Donuts.

Half of the sales related to these donuts, which will be made on August 13th and 14th, will directly benefit the Girl Scouts, after they were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

"One of our team members from the product program team reached out to Paula's Donuts and asked if she would be interested and willing to partner with Girl Scouts of Western New York. We know in Western New York her donuts are super loved, and girl scout cookies are super loved so we thought it would be a great combination," said Lauren Bush, Director of Product Program.

Paula's Donuts happily agreed, and is asking you to decide the best way they can make them.

"Any money raised will go towards our Council Opportunity Fund, which provides financial assistance to cover membership fees, uniform, camp and different special events and programs," said Bush.

These are some of the examples that Paula's Donuts has come up with, and they need your help on how they should make these delicious creations by clicking on the Facebook post above.