Gobert Gets Own Chip Cookie To Support Kids Foundation
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Rudy Gobert is getting his own sweet treat to help raise money for those in need. The Utah Jazz center is teaming with the Chip Cookie Company to raise money for the Rudy’s Kids Foundation.
The Rudy’s Kids Foundation supports a variety of charities that benefit kids through education, recreation, community health, and community outreach.
Chip Cookies is a Utah-based company with seven locations across the state and Idaho.
“We’re honored to partner with Rudy to donate a portion of sales to @rudyskidsfoundation!” Chip announced in their Instagram post announcing the cookie partnership with Gobert.
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“The foundation supports and ensures all children and youth of the world with fewer means are granted access to opportunities and resources in health, education, and recreation.”
The cookie is “stuffed with fresh coconut, mega milk chocolate chips and rolled in toasted coconut” according to Chip.
Gobert is not the first Jazzman to get a personalized cookie with the company. Chip Cookies also offers the autism cookie monster chip which was designed with Jazz guard Joe Ingles and his wife Renae to raise money for autism awareness.
The autism cookie monster is chip is made with semi-sweet chocolate chips and dyed blue in honor of Autism Awareness Month.
Forward Georges Niang also partnered with the company on his own red velvet flavor. Niang’s gourmet chip cookie is made with cocoa, white chocolate chips + cream cheese frosting to dip
Gobert’s choconut chip cookie is available for pickup at Chip locations and can be purchased for delivery nationwide.