Community Partners

Fat Freddy’s Catering is proud to be Community Partners with Cancer Support Community Arizona for their 2019 Dress Drive for Teens Impacted by Cancer.

DO YOU REMEMBER YOUR PROM? Your favorite song? Dancing with your friends all night long! Group dinner! And….that unforgettable awkward photo! This is your opportunity to create that lasting memory for a teen girl who may not have that chance.

In addition to catering the prom night dinner, Fat Freddy’s Catering has volunteered our office to be a drop location for their DRESS DRIVE.  Throughout February, stop by our office and donate those gowns, cocktail dresses, accessories, handbags, and shoes that you no longer need.  All items will be gathered and donated to Valley teen cancer survivors, because EVERY GIRL deserves to feel like a princess!

 

Fat Freddy’s Catering is located at 2201 W. Melinda Lane #3, Phoenix, AZ 85027.                                                   We are in a commercial business park located One block East of I-17 (23rd Avenue)                                            and One block South of Deer Valley Road (Melinda Lane). 

Do you have any of the following new or gently used items taking up space in your closet? Donate them to a teen cancer survivor and be part of Cancer Support Community Arizona’s Annual Dress Drive magic that ensures that every girl feels like a princess!   All of the dresses, accessories, shoes, and handbags will be given to The Cinderella Affair, where our teen girls will attend ‘Dress Day’ on Saturday, March 9th and get to pick out everything they can possibly need, FOR FREE, to make sure they have a magical 2019 Teen Prom.

  • Formal/semi-formal, cocktail attire (any size)
  • Shoes, purses, earnings
  • Bracelets, necklaces
  • Tiara, gloves, rings, and other accessories

 

Did You Know:

  • *1 in 285 children were diagnosed with cancer in 2017.
  • *In 2018, 15,590 adolescents (0-19) were estimated to be diagnosed with cancer.
  • *The average cost for a child in the hospital is $43,000, per day.
  • *(Source National Cancer Institute)
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