Pi Beta Phi Alumnae ‘care with bears’

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Posted 1/4/22

The Pi Beta Phi Alumnae celebrated their annual holiday luncheon, “Bear Hugs,” with donations of more than 80 teddy bears and stuffed animals.

The “Bear Hugs” were donated …

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Pi Beta Phi Alumnae ‘care with bears’

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The Pi Beta Phi Alumnae celebrated their annual holiday luncheon, “Bear Hugs,” with donations of more than 80 teddy bears and stuffed animals.

The “Bear Hugs” were donated to the Surprise Police Department. When the department responds to domestic violence or abuse, the Victims Advocate Unit is notified and assists families during those trying times. Children and adults are offered support and “Hugs” from a cuddly stuffed animal with the hope that healing will follow.

Arrowhead West Phoenix Alumnae also donated gift cards and bags of personal hygiene items to help family members as they transition with hugs.

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