At Crittenton, we believe that inter-generational conversations can be a powerful catalyst for positive change. Our annual High Tea is a cornerstone tradition that brings Crittenton teens together with community leaders from the corporate, government, higher education, nonprofit, and social advocacy sectors. This year, we will gather online to give teen girls opportunities to share […]
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Earlier this year, we hosted a virtual town hall with girls of color and gender fluid youth of color advocates to discuss some very deep topics. We then held a Virtual High Tea in June where our girls got to share their thoughts on Teen Mental Health during a panel discussion. We invite you to […]
Join our President & CEO Siobhan Davenport tomorrow with the Hispanic Heritage Foundation for the Emergency Charla: How Latinos Can Be Better Allies to the Black Community on Tuesday, June 9th from 4:00pm to 5:15pm EST. Register for this important conversation HERE: https://hhf.page.link/fmab.
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Combatting Racism & Inequity: A Call to Action for Teen Girls and Their Families from Siobhan Davenport, President & CEO of Crittenton Services of Greater Washington. You may know me as the President and CEO of Crittenton Services of Greater Washington, an organization focused on the well-being, safety, equity and bright futures of our 600 […]
Join Siobhan Davenport, our President & CEO, May 26th, 2020 at 6:30pm for a Facebook live panel discussion with Elect Mónica Palacio. The panel will provide information and resources to listeners and trusted intermediaries working with families facing housing challenges, healthcare needs, and stress-related mental health needs and economic challenges during this time.
Crittenton Community, I am deeply touched by your generosity toward our teen girls and their families. Thank you for your kindness of giving to our Giving Tuesday Covid-19 Emergency Fund. Since March 13th, we have continued virtual service to our girls and helped to serve their families, including 375 adults, children and babies. We have also provided […]
Crittenton Services, Street Outreach Network- S.O.N Safe Space, Victims’ Rights Foundation, Small Things Matter and Gandhi Brigade Youth Media present a COVID-19 Emergency Care Package Giveaway in East Montgomery County TOMORROW May 5th, 3pm-4:30pm. Details to sign up are in flyer.
Crittenton Community, In this time of uncertainty, there’s a fundamental truth that gives us hope – that together we can do extraordinary things. Over the past few weeks and months, the entire world has been coming together to stand up, help out, give back, and heal. Whether that’s through donations to community organizations, celebrating doctors […]