FISH OF SANCAP is pleased to welcome Live Easy as a sponsor of their race and music festival fundraising event scheduled for Dec. 2, 2023.
When simple home watch is not enough, but a full-time property manager is too much, Live Easy offers customized management plans to meet owner’s needs. From large projects to the smallest detail, Live Easy is a level of service that will meets every requirement. Their goal is to simplify home ownership on the islands, so their clients can LIVE EASY. Owner Dorothy Wallace has provided property management on Sanibel Island for more than 25 years. Wallace built Live Easy to provide island homeowners peace of mind when they are gone – from simple inspections or repairs to complete home management. To learn more about the organization, visit https://justliveeasy.com/.
Says Wallace, “I have lived on the islands for over 30 years. I’ve seen FISH grow to become the wonderful organization it is today. Before the storm it was great to see the services FISH offered to residents and those who work on the island and how it was helping them move forward with their lives. Since the storm the FISH service is amazing. There are stories everywhere about the help FISH provided to everyone here. It is truly inspiring to be part of a place that has an organization like FISH that is committed to supporting people in so many ways and follows through with their vision of providing essential support.”
The FISH race event will begin and end at the Sanibel Community House on Dec. 2, 7:30am, offering two lengths, a 10K and a 5K. The FISH Sound+Waves music festival, hosted by ‘Tween Waters, will begin at 5pm on Dec. 2. The concert will be performed on the beach, followed by fireworks. Food and beverage will be available for purchase. Race registration is available at https://runsignup.com/Race/FL/Sanibel/10K5KRace4FISH. Sound+Waves tickets are on sale now at https://FISHmusicfestival.rsvpify.com.
Funds raised through the race and festival benefit FISH as they continue meeting the needs of islander residents, workforce and visitors. In addition to their traditional four pillar programs – Food, Island Based Education, Social and Senior Services, and Helping Hands — the organization is focusing on their long-term recovery program including mental health counseling and resources for Hurricane Ian survivors.