Phoenix Wings Chapter Impact.

Although the Wings Chapter was originally created in 1982 with the deliberate intention of celebrating the relationship between mother and daughter, while at the same time instilling the value of serving others – specifically, children that are suffering from abuse and neglect, this Chapter has now expanded to include family members including mothers, fathers, grandparents, aunts and uncles, and children under the ages of 18.

Through service projects and fund raisers, Wings is making a difference in helping to educate youth about issues surrounding child abuse and neglect. It is through deep devotion that this Chapter is able to take action towards the Childhelp mission, and are able to give back to the community through service.


Childhelp Service Club

Childhelp Service Clubs, student-led charity service organizations, strive to make our community a better place while empowering the future generation of philanthropic hearts. Compassionate and carrying students, willing to inspire action and provide service to those in need, work to further Childhelp’s mission to positively impact victims of child abuse and neglect. Check out our Childhelp Service Clubs webpage!


Recent Success

As the granddaughters of our founders, Sara and Ashleigh have been dedicated volunteers in Wings for more than 10 years. From their first walk down the runway at age 8, to their final walk before going away to college at age 18, they’ve embodied everything that our Chapter has sought out to accomplish.

They are an inspiration to our younger members. We wish them the very best as they begin their new journey.

Phoenix Wings Chapter Officers.

Carol Hebets

Wings Founding Mother

Bari Clapick


Julie Melton


Celeste Hopkins


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