creating a whole new way for the community to participate in philanthropy two events in one three.eighteen.seventeen

For the kind people of Southwest Florida, nothing is more engaging than a new and different way to express their philanthropy, and each year Naples’ nonprofit organizations certainly push creativity to new limits.

“What we’re learning,” says Jackie Stephens, CEO of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collier County, “is that younger people – not just young professionals but even college students and families with minimal budgets for philanthropy – want to get involved. Nobody wanted us to give up our iconic Beach Ball (now in its 21st year). So this year, our development team has come up with an awesome two-part event at Naples Botanical Garden – part foodie, part music and all fun – that spans the generations and the budget lines.”

The CAC shared a sneak preview of the coming event for Life in Naples readers. Watch for the artful posters to pop up around town, and visit the website: caccoller.org, for emerging details. We’re really looking forward to this one!

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