Sunday, March 1, 2015

Ft Myers Charities News And Notes February 2015

Apologies are in order for falling behind in my posting lately.    As my personal business has increased, and my  family responsibilities have demanded more of my time it has become increasingly difficult to devote the needed time to keep all of my blogs current.  For the most part that is ok, however, in the case of this blog it is decidedly not ok!  For a number of reasons that I will not list here this blog is quite important to me!

I have a remarkable number of good sources of information regarding SW Florida's charitable organizations and those who work so hard to keep them moving forward.  Much news of interest to those involved in this informal community comes my way on a semi-regular basis, and it pains me to not be able to find the time to post it here.

I am re-commiting myself to making this blog a top level priority once again!

Here are a few of the items that have come across my desk recently ...

Happy 10th anniversary to The Calendar Girls Florida Dance Team!  This group actively supports many local charities and is well known for their focus on providing guide dogs for veterans "our primary charity is Paws for Patriots™ – a part of the Southeastern Guide Dog School of Palmetto, Florida. This organization trains guide dogs for our visually-impaired veterans."

The 12th Annual Cattle Barons Ball raised over $320,000 to help local families that have members fighting cancer.

Bonita Springs Utilities raised over $500 and 534 pounds of food which was donated to the Bonita Springs Assistance office.

Members of The Village Church and residents of The Shell Point Retirment Community worked together on two food drives that raised nearly $7500 and over 2200 pounds of food!

Rick Thomas, Social media/SEO Consultant in Ft Myers Florida, Writer, interested in making a positive difference in my community including but not limited to: regional search engine marketing for small businesses in Ft Myers Florida. Local Google Ranking Improved for both companies and charities. 501c3 non profit promotion done pro bono.

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