FISH continues to provide long-term recovery assistance in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, which devastated our community on September 28, 2022. We are working toward reducing the burden carried by the storm with emergency supply distribution, financial assistance, case management, and distribution of rebuilding supplies. We are grateful for your support, as we continue our work with local, regional and state organizations, and answering requests for help.
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Lee County schools will begin summer break on June 6th, and FISH OF SANCAP is
Hurricane Ian is known as one of the most destructive storms in US history and
Every FL resident knows it only takes one hurricane to cause mass destruction, as witnessed
Islanders, friends and family are invited to the community-wide FISH OF SANCAP Friendly Faces Luncheon,
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As the community continues with disaster recovery more than seven months after Ian, many are
Since the date of Ian’s landfall, we’ve been a ‘boots on the ground’ agency, assisting
FISH OF SANCAP, with the United Way Gifts-in-Kind Program, will begin distributing furniture through their
As the aftermath of Hurricane Ian continues to change shape, FISH OF SANCAP is working
Dedicated staff members work daily with our neighbors who are in need. And our Board of Directors are the backbone of the organization. They are involved in operations and work on committees to tackle initiatives as they arise. Together our team makes FISH a unique organization - neighbors truly helping neighbors.