Release the Fear
Release the Fear was asked to represent Arizona in the America Celebrates: Ornaments from Across the USA project. These ornaments will be displayed in President's Park at the White House, and a few of Florence Crittenton girls were able to participate.

This holiday season think of Florence Crittenton and support the agency every time you shop on Amazon. Select Florence Crittenton Services of Arizona as your charitable organization through AmazonSmiles.
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 Avenue
Phoenix | 85013

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Valley Partnership
2015 Community Project
On Saturday, November 7, 2015, Valley Partnership along with more than 200 volunteers transformed the exterior of Florence Crittenton's Girl Ranch - Scottsdale facility for its 2015 Community Project. Each year, Valley Partnership selects a non-profit organization that can benefit from the skills, efforts and supplies provided by their partners to renovate and enhance facilities for those in need.

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

Thank you Valley Partnership - the girls love their new backyard.

Photography by Brianna Nessler/Small Giants

Platinum Sponsor: Billing Tree
The 2016 Teaming Up For Girls co-chairs, Nina Munson and Chris Anderson, along with Florence Crittenton, invites you to join us at the 14th Annual Teaming Up for Girls Luncheon held on Thursday, March 10, 2016. Jaycee Lee Dugard,  Kidnapping Survivor and Author will be this year's keynote speaker. Jaycee was kidnapped at the age of 11 by two strangers in her hometown of Lake Tahoe, California. For 18 years, she survived years of physical and emotional abuse at the hands of her two assailants. In 2009, she was reunited with her family.

T.W. Lewis Foundation Challenge Grant
The T.W. Lewis Foundation has provided Florence Crittenton a challenge grant, which has an opportunity to be worth as much as $50,000. The grant will match gifts of $5,000 or more and is designed to specifically reengage past supporters or draw new donors to Florence Crittenton and the agency's mission of serving young girls. 

Grant funds will support the agency's Therapeutic Group Home program and Girls Leadership Academy of Arizona. The agency's Therapeutic Group Home is  a 40-bed residential treatment facility providing 24-hour supervision and care annually to approximately 200 girls ages 10-18.  
The Girls Leadership Academy of Arizona is the state's only public, all girls high school that gives young women a new alternative for quality education with early college access.
Arizona Charitable Tax Credit
In Arizona, alone, there are more than 18,000 foster children* needing safety  for today, hope  for the future, and the opportunity to build the life of their dreams. 

You can give to Florence Crittenton and get it all back through Arizona Tax Credits- it won't cost you a cent!

Click here to learn more on how you can make an impact on girls and young women in our community. 

*Statistics from Arizonans for Children, Inc. (2014).


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Flo's on 7th is an upscale thrift store that brings you quality merchandise at terrifically low prices. All proceeds support life-changing programs for girls and young women in our community.
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