3rd stretch goal! Thanks to an abundance of support from our friends and family, we have exceeded our original goal of $300 and 2nd stretch goal of $500 and are now setting a third goal of $750.
We're Jennifer Yang and Joelle Huang, two high school students and co-founders of the Dr. Cookie Foundation. Our passion for the medical field and love for delicious desserts formed the basis for our foundation. We are a non-profit that sells cookies to fundraise money for UCLA Health. To purchase yummy cookies, visit us on our website, Facebook, or Instagram: @doctorcookiefoundation. If you aren’t interested in cookies, we strongly encourage you to support the UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica today. Any gift, large or small, makes a differences and helps us reach our goal!
Your gift today will support the UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica. The medical center provides the complete continuum of healthcare services, from prenatal and neonatal care to geriatric medicine, in a technologically advanced and welcoming facility. It combines the expertise of an academic medical center with the accessibility of a community hospital to offer patients the best of both medical worlds.
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