WINGS, Mentor Program

Be a leader for the girls at Florence Crittenton and become a mentor for our WINGS, Women Involved in Nurturing Girls' Self-Esteem, program. WINGS  is a highly-structured mentoring program that pairs a girl in one of the agency's programs with a female role model.  These healthy adult relationships give at-risk teen girls a new outlook on the value of education, career goals and their own sense of self-worth.


To learn more,  click here.

7th Annual Heels for Healing
Donations collected will be sold at the popular fundraising event on October 3rd at Flo's on 7th. The one-day shopping event will feature incredible merchandise at unbelievable prices! 

For sponsorship opportunities, click here.

To host a donation drive, please contact Florence Crittenton at 602.288.4555 or  email here.

Flo's on 7th
Don't forget to check out Flo's on 7th for the best deals in town-from clothing and shoes to home furnishings and accessories, Flo's on 7th's upscale thrift store brings you quality merchandise at terrifically low prices!

4116 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix | 85013
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Valley Partnership announces Florence Crittenton as its 2015 Community Project Recipient
Florence Crittenton is excited to announce that the agency has been selected  as the recipient of the 2015 Valley Partnership Community Project. This project will provide Girls Ranch - Scottsdale with a new facelift to the outside of the facility. 

Girls Ranch - Scottsdale is the agency's group home for pregnant, parenting and non-parenting girls and young women ages 12-18, who need i ndependent living, p arenting and h ome management skills. 

The 2015 Valley Partnership Community Project will take place on Saturday, November 7. 

Class of 2015, the Inaugural Freshman Class
"It is easy to be ordinary. It takes courage to be the change." - The Senior Class Motto

On Wednesday, May 20th, the Girls Leadership Academy of Arizona, GLAAZ, held its inaugural freshman class graduation. GLAAZ is proud to announce all graduating seniors have been accepted in colleges with more than $300,000 raised, collectively, in scholarships.

Senior Class with Dr. Kellie Warren, Superintendent, Dr. Debra Skinner,  Chief Academic Officer,  and Dr. Craig Thatcher, Board Chair
Thank You

Florence Crittenton would like to thank our gracious supporters for the month of May:

  • Arizona Community Foundation's Summer Youth Program Fund
  • City of Phoenix CDBG  
  • CoBiz Cares Foundation
  • Florence Crittenton Auxiliary

Florence Crittenton would also like to thank our gracious supporters in the agency's Crittenton Society for the month of May:

  • Patricia Garrity
  • Jerry Keller
  • Marilyn and R. Dale Lillard
Florence Crittenton Fun Fact

In 1896, Charles Crittenton made his way to Arizona on his "Good News Trolley."


"Mr. Crittenton has met with wonderful success in California and elsewhere, and his meetings here will be largely attended. His secret of success lies in the fact that he is not a theorist or a dreamer, but a practical worker. The thirty-eight rescue homes, which he has founded and is maintaining, being monuments to his philanthropy." - Phoenix Gazette, October 7, 1896