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Jennifer Garner is showing her support for the pandemic's essential workers through some homemade goods.
On Sunday, the 13 Going On 30 actress shared a video of herself preparing homemade cookie dough in her kitchen at home, individually wrapping each baked cookie and piling them into a basket. She's then filmed carrying the basket full of fresh goodies to the LAC+USC Medical Center, where she promptly delivers her treats to doctors and nurses working at the center's Department of Emergency Medicine (DEM)—a department of USC's Keck School of Medicine that provides emergency, trauma, and medical services to Los Angeles patients. With the cookies successfully delivered, Garner happily interacts with the staff and poses for a quick photo with them.
"For a happy day— show your local 🌟 First Responders 🌟 some love," Garner captioned the Instagram Reel. "They are still in the thick of it and miles past burn out. Thank you, @countyem_la Doctors and Nurses! Keep going!"
The medical center also shared a few snaps of Garner's visit.
"Special thanks to @jennifer.garner for stopping by the hospital today to support our ER team during this most recent COVID surge," the caption read. "And she even surprised us with cookies to help get us through the shift! We have been moved by the support of the community around LA and hope that everyone stays safe and healthy… and we will be here when you need us! #cookiesmakeeverythingbetter #thankyouJennifer #communitysupport #lacuscem #lacuscemergencymedicine"
Garner regularly posts videos to Instagram of herself cooking in her kitchen, dubbing the mini production the Pretend Cooking Show. The series, which she began in December 2017, occasionally features cameos from people like Ina Garten and the actress's own mother.
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