2015 Community Project to transform Scottsdale Girls Ranch

The 2015 Valley Partnership Community Project — made up of over 200 volunteers from the development community — will be working to transform the family gather areas of Scottsdale’s Florence Crittenton‘s campus.

Valley partnership members have gathered more than $250,000 in cash and in-kind donations to make this project a success, according to a press release.

For more than 25-years the leading trade association has partnered with nonprofits for the Community Projects, giving time, resources and skills to transforming a site.

The make-over is to occur on Saturday, Nov. 7 at the Scottsdale Girls Ranch Campus, 8204 E. Monterey Way.

The welcome celebration with Valley Partnership VIPs and the Phoenix Suns is to be at 8 a.m.

As a recipient of the Valley Partnership Community Project, the campus is to receive shade structures, permanent and portable seating, a BBQ structure, a fire pit,an irrigation system, outdoor light, planters and the sports court will be resurfaced, the release stated.

Florence Crittenton of Arizona is a non-profit 501C(3) organization that has served Arizona’s girls and their families for well more than a century. They offer a comprehensive continuum of care designed to help at-risk girls from 10 to 21 overcome issues of abuse, neglect, teen pregnancy, teen parenting, and behavioral and/or mental health problems, according to https://www.flocrit.org/default.html.

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