Creative Women of Pinnacle Peak
Helping Women and Children Since 1991
Creative Women of Pinnacle Peak (CWPP) was founded by a small group of ladies who wanted to give back to the community. Since its inception in 1991, CWPP, now a 501(c)3 charitable company, has raised almost three million dollars which has gone to organizations helping women and children at risk in the Scottsdale, Phoenix and Metropolitan area.
CWPP targets groups who assist victims in all aspects of their lives including
hunger, shelter, health, well being safety and education.
Today CWPP is a small creative and diverse group of unique women from all walks of life who appreciate the need for volunteerism within the community. Annually members donate hundreds of hours. Each year new opportunities are identified to raise funds which have included fundraiser parties & fashion shows, golf tournaments,
creating and selling cookbooks, wreaths & hats and so much more!
Their current theme: "Philanthropy through Friendship" summarizes their identity!
In 2021 CWPP recognized the prevalence of sex trafficking in our community and decided
to give its support solely to The Phoenix Dream Center (PDC).
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OCTOBER 26, 2022
Luncheon at Maggiano's
Happy Hour Membership ReLaunching
DECEMBER 7, 2022
Dinner Party at Renee Hodkinson's Festively Decorated Home
JANUARY 18, 2023
Lunch at Capital Grill Scottsdale
Happy Hour at Twenty6 at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa
MARCH 30, 2023
Monte Carlo Casino at Troon Country Club
APRIL 19, 2023
Lunch at Maggiano's Little Italy at the Promenade
MAY 17, 2023
Happy Hour at Mortons Steakhouse
JUNE 14, 2023
Happy Hour TBD
July 19, 2023
Happy Hour TBD
RECIPIENTS of CWPP Support
All of the funds raised go directly to charity. CWPP employs no staff and has no office.
Currently, The Phoenix Dream Center is the sole recipient of all funds generated by the group who values the efforts being made to rehabilitate victims of the horrific crime of sex trafficking.
The charities below are among those previously supported.
AASK- Aid to Adoptionof Special Kids
CASA-Center for Positive Social Change
Florence Crittenton Services of Arizona
HomeBase Youth Services
Homeward Bound- Project SOAR- Starting Out All Right
Jewish Family & Children's Services
Liberty Wildlife Rehabilitation Foundation
Lion's Vision Center
Muscular Dystrophy Association
Operation Quality Time
Pappas- The Thomas J. Pappas School
Phoenix Day Early Childhood Educational Center
Phoenix Youth at Risk
Sharing Hands of Arizona
Shelter Without Walls
Southwest Autism & Research Center (SARRC)
STARS- Scottsdale Training & Rehabilitation Services
The New Song Center for Grieving Children and Those Who Love Them
The Upward Foundation
Timber Trail Children's Project, Inc.
UMOM New Day Centers
now AND HELP US MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Each dollar raised goes directly to help those in need in our community to deal with many issues in their lives including hunger, shelter, health, well-being, safety and education