Meet the Two Dads Who Have Helped Baked Thousands of Cookies for Frontline Workers

Meet the Two Dads Who Have Helped Baked Thousands of Cookies for Frontline Workers


There are few things as simple, delicious and sweet as homemade cookies. In a world of plastic-wrapped and assembly lines, they’re a delightful way to slow down and focus on enjoying the basics — and just about anyone can make them.

Those were some of the considerations behind “Cookies for Caregivers,” which blossomed out of friendly competition and has blessed hundreds.

“Cookies for Caregivers was born as a reflection of the COVID 19 experience in 2020,” the Facebook About page for the group states. “Many folks continued to go to work and serve their community as others were told to stay home, or were able to work from home.”

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“We decided to show our gratitude to those working to serve us by serving them freshly baked cookies as a modest sign of our appreciation and respect.”

The movement was spearheaded by Scott McKenzie, Associate Athletic Director for a small local

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