Women4Women Tempe

Our mission is to help homeless and low-income women in Tempe maintain their dignity and health by distributing feminine hygiene products to those in need.

The number of homeless and low-income women increases each year in our community. Many require the use of feminine hygiene products each month, the cost of which is not covered by SNAP (food stamps) and too expensive for many women to afford. Women4Women Tempe believes these items should be available to those women who need them. Our mission is to help homeless and low-income women in Tempe maintain their dignity, self-respect and health by distributing feminine hygiene products to those in need.

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Last night, these beautiful young women from the LDS Church assembled...(wait for it)...270 bags!! Our Brooke Neal planned, hosted and led the event. Thank you, Brooke! You are awesome and have made Women4Women Tempe a better organization!
Monday the retired women from
1st United Methodist Church at Friendship Village, and two days later, young women from the LDS Church...this makes my heart happy.
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Last night, these beautiful young women from the LDS Church assembled...(wait for it)...270 bags!! Our Brooke Neal planned, hosted and led the event. Thank you, Brooke! You are awesome and have made Women4Women Tempe a better organization! 
Monday the retired women from
1st United Methodist Church at Friendship Village, and two days later, young women from the LDS Church...this makes my heart happy.

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Our Miss Brooke😍

One thing we all have in common at any age... P's, T's, or D's

Today, we began a new partnership with Florence Crittendon, and it’s just one more organization whose goal is to help young women succeed in life. Florence Crittendon was founded in 1896 and is the second oldest service organization in Arizona, and they are still very relevant in today’s society. We are extremely proud to be partnering with them. ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

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Had a friend who worked there as a social worker a few years ago. Some of the girls came from such dire poverty they had never had a toothbrush. A great organization.

The wonderful women from 1st United Methodist/Friendship Village, assembled over 200 bags for us this afternoon! We had lots of laughs, a few jokes about us not having our periods anymore (mostly mine), and sincere compassion for their fellow women in need. It was a great afternoon! Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

The wonderful women from 1st United Methodist/Friendship Village, assembled over 200 bags for us this afternoon! We had lots of laughs, a few jokes about us not having our periods anymore (mostly mine), and sincere compassion for their fellow women in need. It was a great afternoon! Thank you!

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Great group of ladies!!!!

They are really fun, Gerald. This is the second time we’ve worked with them, and they are so cool!

Love those gals

I love Friendship Village!

Apparently everyone got the memo to wear shades of blue. Lovely group of beautiful women🤗

Looks fun 😆

I know several of those ladies

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I had to swing by the storage unit this afternoon to get supplies for next week...2 packing parties, normal deliveries and a new delivery at Florence Crittendon. The storage unit is rather tricky to unlock and to open because that gate is huge and heavy. To lift it, I need to hold onto a metal plate at the bottom and Heave Ho. Well, I’ve done it by myself about 4 times (thanks to Larry Mishler and Chuck Wright for tips). But as I was getting out of my car, the assistant manager Casey came running up to open it for me...he said he had seen me drive by the office and wanted to help.
I love our Storquest family on Southern Ave in Tempe. They have been so supportive since we got our first unit with them, and that’s how you keep your tenants happy!!
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5 days ago

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Hazardous conditions! Casey is the bomb💋

This, my friends, is what a partnership looks like! Brooke and I took our bags to Without Walls Church in Mesa this morning for their monthly homeless ministry program. They also use out bags throughout the month for their homeless outreach program in local parks. The church, in turn, gives us all their feminine hygiene products so we can put them in our bags!
Working together to help make others lives better. These people are pretty amazing! Thank you, Without Walls Church!
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5 days ago

This, my friends, is what a partnership looks like! Brooke and I took our bags to Without Walls Church in Mesa this morning for their monthly homeless ministry program. They also use out bags throughout the month for their homeless outreach program in local parks. The church, in turn, gives us all their feminine hygiene products so we can put them in our bags! 
Working together to help make others lives better. These people are pretty amazing! Thank you, Without Walls Church!

I went to Costco to buy products for Melissa Levinson Singer for her donation drive, and wasn’t sure where to store them until she can get them Monday....but they took up temporary residence in the Jeep! I’m quite proud of my skills in where to shove stuff to get it out of the way! ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

I went to Costco to buy products for Melissa Levinson Singer for her donation drive, and wasn’t sure where to store them until she can get them Monday....but they took up temporary residence in the Jeep! I’m quite proud of my skills in where to shove stuff to get it out of the way!

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Thanks Kay, I’ll be by soon!!

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