Arizona's Children's Charities
Rock'n on the Runaway

The Arizona's Children's Charities 2020 Virtual Campaign is in full swing, and with COVID-19 still preventing most fundraising events, we need our community to support this amazing campaign now more than ever! 

A BIG thank you to everyone who has already donated to this year's virtual campaign. We're off to a great start! Your donation will make a direct impact on the lives of children in our Greenville community. Remember - "It's All About the Kids!"

We would also like to extend a special thank you to the many musicians and event partners who have taken the time to record special messages of support. Be sure to visit the Rock'n on the Runway website and follow, like, and share their posts on Facebook and Instagram. Be sure to check out the video from Back 9 below!

Pendleton Place - Musician Monday 3

To support these efforts, which directly benefit Pendleton Place and our programs you can donate here!  Please donate NOW before our virtual campaign ends on October 31st!
Join Our Youth Shelter Team!

Pendleton Place is pleased to announce openings for several full-time and part-time positions in our Emergency Youth Shelter including: 

Clinical Care Specialist (Full-time, requires professional licensure)
Youth Shelter Supervisor (Full-time)
Youth Care Specialists (2-3 Full-time, 4-5 Part-time)

Full job descriptions and application information can be found HERE on our website. Interviews begin in October and all new team members will begin training in November. 

With the health and safety of communities nationwide in mind, our partners at Point Source Youth moved the 4th Annual National Symposium on Solutions to End Youth Homelessness to a virtual platform!

From October 20-21, 2020, PSY's virtual gathering will bring youth advocates, service providers, activists, and thought-leaders from across the country together.  Register for two days of programming that will center best practices for ending youth homelessness through the lens of intersectionality. Build community across 1,000+ attendees who are committed to working across movements to ensure that all youth have access to a safe, empowering place to call home. Click this link to learn more and register today! 

Volunteer Spotlight: Prisma Health Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Program

Thank you to Danica Langford, Fariya Ali, John Marigliano, Jessica Grimes, and Krishna Vijayasarathi from the Prisma Health Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Program for recently volunteering on our campus! They shared, "We decided to volunteer at Pendleton Place because as child psychiatrists having a safe place for children to go is very important to us. We were happy to help organize the inside toy donation area as well as the outside toy shed to make it easier for the girls to find toys and fun activities."  They also helped to clear out and organize bathrooms and storage areas in our shelter hallway which will allow us to serve more youth in need.  Thank you!

For more information on volunteer opportunities at Pendleton Place, please contact 
Donor Spotlight: 1975 Society Founding Members

Launched in the Spring of 2019, The Pendleton Place 1975 Society is an annual giving society recognizing individual donors who support Pendleton Place with a financial commitment of $1,975 or more in a single fiscal year (our fiscal year runs July 1st- June 30th). These members believe in our mission and provide powerful annual support at leadership levels. 

We are incredibly grateful for the following child welfare stakeholders who recognized the significant impact that their donation could have and committed themselves as Founding Members of the 1975 Society

Lesley Horton & Adam Bottiglier
Chip & Katie Howard
Mike & Amy Williams
Steven Sawyer & Angela Rodriguez

If you are interested in becoming a Pendleton Place 1975 Society member for the 2020-2021 fiscal year or would like information on other giving opportunities, please contact Lynn Pilgrim, Development Director, at 
Halloween Fun on Pendleton Street!

Great Village Pumpkin Wall

Can you help us make Pendleton Street a Halloween spectacular for our children and youth? You can add your carved pumpkin to the Great Village Pumpkin wall (Corner of Lois Ave. and Pendleton Street) beginning Thursday, October 23rd. The wall will be lit each night through Halloween and there will be prizes for the best carved pumpkins!


Stores in the Village of West Greenville will also be offering a fun trick or treating event on Halloween, Saturday, October 31st from 4:30pm-6:30pm. 

Thank you to the Village of West Greenville Business Association for planning family-friendly events for our Pendleton Street community! 

Make a Donation 

As always, you can find a list of current needs and requested items for our programs on our Amazon wish lists. Remember, when you order these or ANY other Amazon items using Amazon Smile, a portion of the proceeds can be donated to Pendleton Place.

Please note that we are unable to accept any unsolicited items at this time. If you have any questions about our donation policy or what we can accept, please email us at

You can also give directly to Pendleton Place on our website.
Our mission is to keep children safe and support families in crisis through prevention, assessment, and intervention.

Our vision is a community where children are safe, families are strong, and victims become whole again.


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