Donor Spotlight | Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland
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Derrick Nielsen, High Touch Technology's president and CEO, visiting the storage facility in Wichita, Kan. where cookies are waiting to be picked up by Girl Scout cookie entrepreneurs.

Donor Spotlight

Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland is grateful for the continued and generous donation from High Touch Technologies that provides integral support to our Girl Scout Cookie program.

Since 2013, High Touch Technologies allows Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland to utilize one of their storage facilities as a “cookie cupboard” for our girls to build and replenish their cookie stock as they reach their sale goals. This space creates a streamlined, efficient process of managing our inventory to support Girl Scouts on their journey of entrepreneurial discovery and accomplishments.

“Prior to partnering with High Touch Technologies, the front of our Wichita office was literally filled with pallets of cookies, making it difficult for staff to support our girls and volunteers. This space allows us to support our Girl Scout cookie bosses much more efficiently as we continue our work of building up girls through the Cookie Program to become entrepreneurial forces in our community,” said Liz Workman, CEO of Girls Scouts of Kansas Heartland. “We all know this program is so much more than just selling cookies, it helps girls learn about business, money management, goal setting, and how to use a business to make a difference in the community, just like High Touch is doing by donating this space.”

Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland, a nonprofit serving 80 Kansas counties, is thankful for High Touch Technology’s continued support of girls across the state who are making a difference and leading the way as G.I.R.L.s (Go-getters, Innovators, Risk-takers and Leaders) in their communities.

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