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P.B. Bell Hosts Holiday Wish Drive, Over $10,000 in Items to Child Crisis Arizona

Family-Owned Multifamily Real Estate Firm and Its Communities Supports Local Youth During 2021 Holiday Season

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Jan. 10, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- P.B. Bell, a leader in multifamily housing development and management, hosts a holiday give back initiative each year during the holidays and throughout the 2021 holiday season, the company and its communities collected and donated over $10,000 worth of toys and resources to Child Crisis Arizona.

"As our community continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, we knew we wanted to make a strong and positive impact on those who have been affected. With this thought in mind, our team organized a Holiday Wish Drive and encouraged the staff and residents of each community to participate and the result was positively overwhelming," said R. Chapin Bell, CEO of P.B. Bell. "Show You Care is one of our core values and we pride ourselves in implementing this value in everything we do. It's been a privilege to support our local youth and look forward to future opportunities to do so."

For the Holiday Wish Drive, each property had a donation box where residents and staff could donate needed items such as toys, gift cards, and essential items for children in need. Key items that were donated included sports equipment like basketballs, blankets and pillows, guitars, and popular toys like Barbie.

"We are incredibly grateful for all who helped make this holiday season special for the children and families in our programs," said Torrie Taj, CEO of Child Crisis Arizona. "With the generous support from P.B. Bell and others in the community we were able to provide gifts for 1,600 children."

Child Crisis Arizona has been helping the local community's most vulnerable children, youth and families for nearly five decades. In times of crisis, Child Crisis Arizona is there to help. It's their mission to provide children and youth in Arizona a safe environment, free from abuse and neglect, by creating strong and successful families.

Child Crisis Arizona is accepting donations and volunteers throughout the entire year. For those who wish to continue to support this organization, you can donate online or hold your own community fundraiser to raise funds for Child Crisis Arizona.

For more information about P.B. Bell, please visit http://www.pbbell.com.

About P.B. Bell
P.B. Bell specializes in the development and management of multifamily housing communities in Arizona. Based in Scottsdale, P.B. Bell has provided multifamily services throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area since 1976 and remains family-owned. Committed to quality product and service, P.B. Bell's portfolio includes Class A, B and C products and its clientele range from global investment firms to individual owners. As a leader in the multifamily housing industry, P.B. Bell has earned multiple awards for its design, development and management services. For more information, visit http://www.pbbell.com or call 480.951.2222.

About Child Crisis Arizona
Child Crisis Arizona's vision is safe kids and strong families. They provide thousands of nights of safety and security for children in the foster care system from birth through age 21 in their Emergency Children's Shelters, teenage group home and Independent Living homes. They also have one of the largest foster care and adoption programs to license, train and certify individuals and families interested in providing a home to a child in need. They create strong and successful families through counseling programs, classes and workshops, and early education services.

Media Contact

Taylor Tiner, Serendipit Consulting, 6022835209, TAYLOR@SERENDIPITCONSULTING.COM

SOURCE P.B. Bell