INDIANAPOLIS — The Girl Scouts are getting even more high tech.
Like so many organizations, the scouts are making adjustments to safely sell cookies as the pandemic continues.
Tuesday, the Girl Scout of Central Indiana announced they are working with GrubHub to give people another contact-less option to order cookies and have them delivered.
The partnership is also being used as a learning opportunity.
"We're super excited for this innovative partnership," Danielle Shockey, the local Girl Scouts CEO, said. "We always look at the skills the girls are learning through this entrepreneurship program."
"They have their own technology systems, so girls are learning that system, and so this is just another layer of ways in which they've expanded their horizons, so we're super excited about it," Shockey said.
According to Shockey, GrubHub will waive its delivery fee for the program.
GrubHub sales start on January 22.