Those whom we have helped
Sisterhood Connection Foundation has helped the Verde Valley Community
Sedona Verde Valley Firefighters Charities: First responders assisting those in need who have lost belongings due to fire and or natural disasters. Established in 2009 by operational firefighters looking to make a difference in their community also assisting programs that help facilitate clothing, food, and essentials to the needy.
The Verde Valley Children’s Fund: Local women raising funds to help children with clothing, food, essentials, and youth educational needs.
Northern Arizona Hospice/Hospice Promise Foundation: Assisting Hospice patients and families with essentials expenses such as rent payments, utility bills, emergency repairs, food assistance and last wishes for burial assistance unable to afford.
The Verde Valley Sanctuary Shelter: Comprehensive Support for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. The Sanctuary offers a safe haven for victims of family violence providing shelter, community outreach, legal advocacy, and education and prevention.
The Hope Center: Mingus High School Key Club Student Leadership innovated to help homeless students and or students of need with food, clothing, personal essentials, and school needs.
Old Town Mission: Hot lunches, Food Pantry, Clothing, Haircuts, Vision Care, Emergency Food Assistance, and Homeless Resources.
Senior Center/Meals on Wheels: Serving 1500 meals weekly to homebound clients. Aides in transportation, notary services for seniors, blood pressure checks, grief counseling, and tax preparation with AARP.
“Kids Without Lunches”: A Sisterhood Connection Program that contributes to schools for students who cannot afford the school lunch program; Dr. Daniel Bright Elementary, Cottonwood Elementary, Cottonwood Community School, Clarkdale Elementary, Oak Creek School, Sedona Charter, West Sedona Elementary, Beaver Creek School, Camp Verde Elementary and Verde Christian Academy.
Widow’s Link: A ministry to help widows connect to each other and empowers women to find strength and full fill their life plan.
Verde Humane Society: Helping to better the lives of dogs and cats with humans throughout the Verde Valley.
Central Arizona Animal Search and Rescue (CAASR): Dedicated to helping to search for and or rescue lost pets.
Verde Valley First Books: Fulling the mission that ensures children from low-income homes have their own books at home and encouraging literacy can change lives.
Verde Valley Homeless Coalition: Providing compassionate assistance to the Verde Valley homeless.
Sedona Area Homeless Alliance (SAHA): Providing immediate needs to the homeless such as clothing, meals, shelter, and medical attention.
Community Health Center of Yavapai County – Reach Out and Read: Free English and bilingual books for children aged 6 months to 6 years in the below poverty level to encourage families to read together. This program helps set children up for success in school.
The Sisterhood Connection Foundation also has helped a six-year-old high-risk child with autism with a service dog named Joker.
In 2019 The Sisterhood Connection Foundation distributed $29,895.00 throughout the community to local charities and to those in need
We continuously support public awareness and financial aid to those in need through our events.