9th Annual Heels for Healing

Florence Crittenton’s shopping event raises $30K-plus

More than 150 people came out to Flo’s on 7th to support girls and young women at Florence Crittenton’s Ninth Annual Heels for Healing and Diva Dash. The Sept. 30 event raised in excess of $30,000. The one-day shopping affair features great deals on designer shoes and handbags and is preceded by the Diva Dash, a fun obstacle course with participants wearing high heels.

Co-chaired by Debbie Gaby and Deborah Bateman, the event delivered on a one-of-a-kind experience for the participants and attendees with a lively atmosphere, food and beverages, friendly competition and unbeatable deals.

Proceeds from the event, presented by the Albertsons Companies Foundation and Florence Crittenton Auxiliary, will contribute to the agency’s programs and services that provide safety, hope and opportunity to at-risk and disadvantaged girls and young women in Arizona.

PHOTOS COURTESY FLORENCE CRITTENTON

Tricycle race; Cecalie Fort and Dr. Kellie Warren, Florence Crittenton CEO

Dulcie Martin, Darlene Shephard, Alexis Lim and Mary Kallemeyn

Diva trophies

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