CRITTENTON CUPBOARD CAMPAIGN

Solving Crises Before They Become Catastrophes

The Crittenton Cupboard Campaign stocks our virtual pantry with basic necessities and emergency funding to help our girls and their families when they need it most.

98% of Crittenton girls live in economically challenged communities. Over the years, when they had nowhere else to turn, we’ve stepped in, providing computers for school, safe rides home, feminine products, and school uniforms. During the pandemic, we supported our girls’ families with groceries, car repairs, funeral expenses, and in rare cases, rent. Our aim is to prevent unanticipated financial hardships from snowballing into insurmountable challenges.

Crittenton launched the Cupboard Campaign last year to ensure we had the resources to meet the varied needs of our girls and their families. A small committee of Crittenton champions mobilized their networks, raising more than $7,000 in the Cupboard’s inaugural year. Crittenton CEO and President, Siobhan Davenport, describes its impact:

This past year I was able to grant all the emergency funding requests that came in. From a management perspective, the Cupboard has made us more efficient, more effective, and better prepared for the unexpected. From the perspective of our girls and their families, the Cupboard has been a lifeline that helped them through some of their darkest times and greatest challenges.” 

Siobhan Davenport, Crittenton CEO & President 

JUNE 6–17, 2022
HELP US FILL THE CRITTENTON CUPBOARD WITH A GIFT OF $125 OR MORE!

WHY $125?

This is the cost of period products for a girl for a year. It’s also the necessity Crittenton Girls request the most. Without access to these supplies, our girls struggle to fully participate in school and community life.

GOAL: $15,000 MINIMUM 

STRETCH: $20,000 

STATUS: $8,875 

Hear from a Cupboard Recipient

CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

Shayna Thompson

Cupboard Chair, Director, Guidehouse; Member, Crittenton Board of Directors

Kathleen Abernathy

Former FCC Commission; Member, Crittenton Board of Directors

Mozella Ademiluyi

CEO and Founder, Mountain Peak Strategies

Stacee Crittenden

SVP, Senior Financial Advisor, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management

Laura Forman

Emerita Trustee, Round House Theatre

Stacy Fuller

SVP, Regulatory Affairs, DirecTV

Domonique James

Founder, Politics with Purpose

Paula Kowalczuk

Founding Partner, TargetSmart Communications

Katy Milner

Partner, Wiley Law

Ruth Swanson

Principle, 3 Star Development Solutions

Caroline Van Wie

Vice President, Federal Regulatory, AT&T

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