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The Cape Coral Community Foundation invites the Southwest Florida community to an evening of networking, celebration and generosity at the 2018 Generous Cape Reception. The annual event unites recipients of generosity — our local nonprofit organizations — with those who give so generously — our business and community leaders. The celebration will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 22 at the Cape Coral Yacht Club on 5819 Driftwood Parkway. During the Generous Cape Reception, six people will … Continue reading

Diversity Achievers to be honored at VIP Reception February 23, 2018 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. 5769 Riverside Drive, Cape Coral, FL 33904 Location sponsored by Miloff Aubuchon Realty Group This is a private event. Please contact the Cape Coral Community Foundation at 239-542-5594 for more information. Southwest Florida Most Influential Diversity Achievers is a celebration of influencers and community builders committed to developing a stronger, more prosperous communities across the region. Honorees of the 2018 … Continue reading

Congratulations to the following grant recipients: Senior Issues Grant Alvin A. Dubin Alzheimer’s Resource Center Community Cooperative Dr. Piper Center for Social Services Florida Division – Midwest Food Bank Harry Chapin Food Bank Hope Hospice                 Arts & Culture Grant Florida Repertory Theatre Endowment Building Initiative Grant Cape Coral Animal Shelter Animal Refuge Center Water’s Edge Church of Cape Coral Collective Impact Grant Hope by Song Partners for … Continue reading

In 2007, the Elmer Tabor Award was established by the Cape Coral Community Foundation with the purpose of recognizing outstanding philanthropists in our community, those who have a record of exceptional generosity, show civic and charitable responsibility, and demonstrate leadership that inspires others to a life on generosity. Nominations are now being accepted for the Elmer Tabor Generosity Award. Each nomination may also be accompanied by one or two letters of support from as many … Continue reading

A significant gift from the world’s most famous high-tech corridor is coming to the ECHO Global Farm in North Fort Myers, thanks to the Cape Coral Community Foundation Global Center for Generosity (CCCF). Representatives from the Silicon Valley Community Foundation (SVCF), working with CCCF, presented ECHO with a $25,000 check Monday, Jan. 8 during the inaugural CCCF Power Players Professional Advisor Awards. “This money goes a long way toward our mission of enriching our community … Continue reading

How much: $4000 – $1000/year Criteria: GPA of 3.2 or better (unweighted) Accepted to at least one accredited junior college, college, or university Must be a graduating senior of any Lee County high school, including homeschooled graduating seniors No immediate family may be a member of Rotary Active involvement in the school and community Must be a Cape Coral resident and U.S. citizen *Finalists selected by the Committee from the application phase will be interviewed … Continue reading

The Kai Fuhrmann College Scholarship Fund is for graduating seniors who attend a high school in the City of Cape Coral, city limits who wish to further their education by attending college. We will be awarding one $500 (five-hundred) scholarship. Mr. Fuhrmann passed away on September 14, 2011, at the age of 51 after a 10-year battle with colon cancer and his wishes were to give back to the community of Cape Coral students by … Continue reading

$2000 scholarship awarded to one graduating senior from North Fort Myers High School. Scholarship is paid in two parts: $1000 for the fall semester and $1000 for the spring semester. Who May Apply Any graduating male or female senior from North Fort Myers High School. Minimum current unweighted GPA of 2.75. Must have participated in one or more of the following eligible sports on the varsity level for two or more years including his/her junior … Continue reading

Who May Apply The beneficiary must attend Florida SouthWestern State College. The beneficiary may receive an award of up to 12 credit hours per semester for 4 semesters within a three-year period for tuition fees only (amount will vary based on available funds). The beneficiary promises to attend Christian services of whichever denomination he/she prefers during their first semester. This may include church, Sunday school or Bible study. 85% yearly attendance is the required minimum. … Continue reading