Creative Women of Pinnacle Peak
Helping Women and Children Since 1991
Creative Women of Pinnacle Peak has raised almost three million dollars since it’s inception in 1991. These funds, through grants, have gone to countless organizations in Scottsdale, Phoenix, and Metropolitan area and beyond to help women and children at risk in all aspects of their lives including hunger, shelter, health, well being, safety and education. We look for organizations that strengthen life skills and support positive growth experiences.
When Creative Women of Pinnacle Peak (CWPP) was founded by four ladies that wanted to give back to the community, they invited twenty of their friends and agreed to form CWPP. They are now a 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose objective is to select and support charities who work with women and children in need while providing their members to share their ideas and talents while creating new friendships. Today, CWPP is now a creative and diverse group of unique women from all walks of life who appreciate the need for volunteerism within the community. They set their standards to meet the challenges they face to succeed in their goals so that more children benefit from their efforts.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
7/9 Happy Hour in the lower level of Venue's
9/10 Happy Hour at the home of Virginia Williams 5-7 p.m.
10/16 Luncheon at Pinnacle Peak Country Club
Speaker is Dr. Kirsten Nelson from Arizona Skies Animal Hospital and will talk about how animals and humans relate
10/25 Fundraiser-Halloween Bash! At the home of Renee Kriegel
11/5 Happy Hour at the home of Marianna Ciummo 5-7 p.m.
11/7 Site visit to Florence Crittenton
12/12 Site Visit to Family School
12/18 Holiday Luncheon at Capital Grille 11-2
Bring a child's toy to donate to Family School
JANUARY 2020 EVENTS
1/7 Happy Hour at Living Room
1/16 Site Visit to Rancho Milagro
1/22 Luncheon at Troon North 11-2 p.m.
Speaker is Nancy White from
the Desert Botanical Garden
2/4 Happy Hour at Kasai Asian Grill
2/19 Luncheon at Maggiano's Little Italy 11-2 p.m.
Speaker is Carla Williams author of "Wildcat Women"
Speaker representing AASK
3/3 Happy Hour TBD
3/18 Luncheon at Terravita Golf and Country Club
11-2 p.m. Speaker is Dr. Jennifer Sosnowski speaking on "Womens Health"
4/4 Our 2020 Fundraiser "Hats & Horses" 11:30-5 p.m. at Turf Paradise
4/29 Luncheon at Troon Country Club 11:30-2:30 p.m.
5/5 Happy Hour TBD 5-7 p.m.
5/20 Luncheon at Capital Grille
This is our "Celebration of Giving"
Our charities will be speaking
6/2 Happy Hour TBD 5-7 p.m.
7/14 Happy Hour TBD 5-7 p.m.
NO events this month
All monies go directly to charity. CWPP employs no staff and has no office. Each endeavor is accomplished through the shared talents, creative gifts, business acumen and volunteer hours of its members.
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
SUPPORTING OTHER VITAL PROGRAMS
Creative Women of Pinnacle Peak also awards grants for additional programs. We look for programs that strengthens life skills and support positive growth experiences, as well as providing food, clothing and shelter.
now in loving memory of
One of our founder's, Polly Reed, passed away on November 29, 2019. In lieu of flowers her family has asked that a donation be made to Creative Women of Pinnacle Peak in memory of Polly Reed.