Jennifer Garner
Jennifer Garner helps sell Girl Scout cookies. Pictured: Garner attends the Screening Of IFC Films' "The Tribes Of Palos Verdes" at the Ray Kurtzman Theater on Nov. 21, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Christopher Polk

Jennifer Garner continues to support the girl scouts.

On Saturday, the mom-of-three shared a snap of herself selling Girl Scout cookies outside a grocery store on Instagram. In the photo, the "Peppermint" actress can be seen holding a cardboard sign that read: "Cookies For Sale!"

"Why yes, kind sir, we do have Thin Mints. #tistheseason #comeandgetem #whodoesntloveagirlscout," Garner wrote in the caption.

Garner's followers quickly expressed their support for the actress and the girl scouts. They filled the "Love, Simon" star's post with positive comments, praising her for her efforts and hoping that she will sell many boxes.

"@jennifer.garner love love love what an amazing mom you are hon," one fan wrote, praising Ben Affleck's ex.

"You are SO PRECIOUS Jennifer! Such a great mom," another user wrote in the comments section.

"You are the real thing Jen!!! Blessings to you and your family!" another follower wrote.

"You are literally the coolest mom @jennifer.garner," one user commented.

"I used to be a troop leader. Those cookies are serious business for the moms. The girls always had so much fun selling them. Hope y'all sell a million boxes," a netizen wrote.

According to People, Garner confessed that she went through "intense" training to become a scout group leader. When it comes to selling cookies, the "13 Going On 30" star felt that her being a celebrity did not matter.

"Nobody cares," Garner said. "I'm just there with the troop."

Kelly Parisi, the chief communications officer of the Girl Scouts of the USA, told Los Angeles Times that each girl scouts region has its own guidelines. They also decide how they run their cookie program.

"All the money stays in local councils, and they make all decisions on how the cookie program is run," Parisi said. "As always, our primary concern is the safety and well-being of the girls we serve. Volunteers and parents are empowered to relocate their booths if conditions change and the location is no longer suitable."

In related news, Garner sent good vibes to her Instagram followers when she shared a clip of herself baking and later failing to make bagels. According to the "Miracles from Heaven" star, she was so proud of her homemade bagels last Christmas, so she decided to bake it again for her family. Unfortunately, her recent attempt was not as successful.