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125th Celebration & Challenge,
Crittenton Center has touched so many lives in its 125 years. To continue doing so for years to come we have announced a special opportunity to raise awareness and funds.
The work we do is challenging, complex, rewarding and long-term but so are the dreams for Crittenton Center’s future. We are honoring the history of Crittenton Center while welcoming the future with a celebration and challenge and we are asking you to join us!
Since the 1890’s, “Flo Crit”, as many know the organization, has been a lifeline to people facing difficult challenges. We’re committed to sheltering, educating and empowering children, individuals and families for years to come.
Elizabeth – a mom, who earned an associate degree in social work and psychology is an unstoppable force who was recognized by the Commissioner of Women’s Rights Advocacy for her resilience and outstanding academic excellence for her work in advancing child welfare in the state of Iowa.
Elizabeth is a survivor and triumphed after being born into a sex ring in NW Iowa. Elizabeth was placed in our Emergency Shelter at the age of three, where she began to heal from the trauma and learn to trust her own two feet.
“Crittenton Center is where I felt love for the first time,” Elizabeth says. “To this day Crittenton Center hold a special place in my heart and I credit them for helping me gain the skills I needed to find safety in a permanent family setting.”
DONATE $125 and ask others to join you!
✓ GIVE ONLINE by clicking here.
✓ HOST YOUR OWN EVENT: Organize a jeans day, bake sale, chili cook-off and more!
✓ TEXT: GIVE125 to 44321
✓ VIA FACEBOOK: Donate, share stories of those helped by Crittenton Center and tell others why you’re in!
✓ CONTACT: Tracy Feathers, 712.255.4321 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you, your support directly benefits children and families in Siouxland.
If you or someone you know needs our help:
We can provide resources, guidance, and connection to our services or those in the community.
Annually, over 200 children ages birth to 17 seek a safe place to stay at our Emergency Shelter, over 1,500 individuals receive parenting education and support through our Healthy Opportunities for Parents to Experience Success (HOPES), Resource Center, 300 children have access to quality childcare and preschool at Stella Sanford Child Development Center, and 43 teens and disabled adults are living independently in our Supervised Apartment Living (SAL) and Project Help programs.
2020 Board of Directors
Crittenton Center has a long history of support from some of the most prominent community leaders in our area.
The following members of the Board of Directors, provide invaluable support and guidance to the organization.
Terrie Rasheed, President
Jeremy Uhl, Vice President
Skye Sample, Secretary
Jamie Ahrendt, Treasurer
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