SALT LAKE CITY — For the second consecutive April, Utah Jazz forward Joe Ingles and his wife Renae are joining with locally owned Chip Cookies and Vivint Gives Back for a cause that is close to the Ingles family.
April is designated as World Autism Month, and like it did last April following the Ingles’ announcement that their son Jacob had been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, Chip Cookies this month has made a special cookie its “Chip of the Month.”
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IT’S HERE — the #autismawareness #cookiemonsterchip DROPS TODAY!⠀ ⠀ We are so excited to work with @chipcookiesco and @vivintgivesback again to bring delicious blue cookies to your doorstep! ⠀ ⠀ Thank-you for helping us support this amazing cause. - a portion of your purchase will fund specialized therapy, sensory spaces and inclusive community programs for individuals with autism.
Called Cookie Monster Chip after Sesame Street’s Cookie Monster, it’s a chocolate chip cookie that is dyed blue (the official color of autism awareness). A portion of every purchase “will fund specialized therapy, sensory spaces and inclusive community programs for individuals with autism.”
It is available for preorder delivery and nationwide shipping.