FISH OF SANCAP welcomes Dream Vacations as a sponsor of their annual 10K Race 4 F.I.S.H.
Dream Vacation Rentals, co-owned by Ryan and Nicole Block, opened in 2018. The owners have a combined 15-plus years of rental experience on Sanibel and Captiva. Ryan, originally from Michigan, co-owned Reservation Central and managed an island rental agency before opening Dream Vacations. “As a family owned and Island based small business, there’s no better organization to support than FISH. Support stays local to assist those in need on the Islands. Dream Vacations is proud to support FISH of SANCAP,” says Ryan.
Dream Vacation Rentals is changing how owners and guests think about vacation rentals by ensuring only the highest quality vacation rental properties are being managed by Dream Vacation Rentals. Guest and owner satisfaction is their number one priority, and Dream Vacation Rentals is ready and able to serve the needs of Sanibel Island and Captiva Island vacation rental guests and owners.
The 10K Race, in its 14th year, is scheduled as an in-person and virtual event on October 22, 2022. Held in conjunction with the Fort Myers Track Club and with the support of many, the committee looks forward to a great turnout this year. For additional information on the 10K Race or if you are interested in sponsoring the event, please contact Nicole McHale at email@example.com or Diane Cortese at Dianerc10@gmail.com, Race Committee Chairs. Registration is currently open on the Fort Myers Track Club site, ftmyerstrackclub.com.
FISH has been assisting islanders for 40 years as a ‘neighbors helping neighbors’ organization. Their programs range from food assistance to financial assistance with rent or medical bills; senior programs to prevent isolation and other supports for aging-in-place, children’s programs such as back-to-school supplies and scholarships for educational and summer camps, and more. For additional information on the FISH organization and their programs and services, please contact Maria Espinoza, Executive Director at 239-472-4775 or visit their website at www.fishofsancap.org.