A 3-year-old New York girl is spreading kindness one cookie at a time.

Mia Villa of Stillwater, New York in Saratoga County, has been baking chocolate chip cookies for two months. So far, she's make over 1,000 cookies. But they aren't for her or her family. They are for essential employees working on the front lines, amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

Photo Credit - Mia's Cookie Jar via Facebook

Mia delivers her cookies to hospitals, police stations, fire departments, grocery stores, dentists and any other business for essential workers or 'superheroes' as Mia calls them. She even brings a hand drawn picture and personal note with each box of cookies.

Photo Credit - Mia's Cookie Jar via Facebook

And Mia does all the work herself. Mom only helps with getting the supplies Mia needs to cook and handling the oven.

You can follow Mia and her journey at Mia's Cookie Jar on Facebook.

If you have a recommendation of where Mia should bring her cookie kindness next, feel free to send a message on Facebook, Instagram or email miascookiejar@yahoo.com.

Photo Credit - Mia's Cookie Jar via Facebook

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