Sanibel Captiva Trust Company supports the 2023 FISH OF SANCAP 10K/5K and Music Festival

The FISH OF SANCAP 2023 10K/5K and Music Festival is pleased to welcome the Sanibel Captiva Trust Company as a sponsor for their annual race event and inaugural music festival. 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.

Founded in Sanibel, Florida in 2001, the mission of the Sanibel Captiva Trust Company is to advise and care for clients by providing individualized wealth management through life’s transitions.

“We are pleased to support the efforts of FISH which continues to demonstrate its value to our island communities,” said Jeffrey Muddell, president of the Sanibel Office of the Sanibel Captiva Trust Co. “Through collaboration and tireless dedication, FISH has stood strong since the storm in helping all islanders when we all needed it the most.”

The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company was created in response to high net-worth investors seeking quality independent wealth management services to protect, grow and perpetuate their families’ assets. They are known on the islands for serving as a strong industry leader for the benefit of their clients, community and shareholders.

FISH answers all requests for assistance by providing hands-on services to disaster survivors including long-term recovery assistance and mental health counseling and resources. Additional services offered by FISH include temporary financial assistance for medical, housing and utility expenses and programs representing the organization’s four major pillars — Food, Island Based Education, Social and Senior Services, and Helping Hands to ensure no need goes unmet.

For more information on FISH long term recovery assistance and other programs, please contact Maria Espinoza, Executive Director at 239-472-4775 or visit their website at

Photo, from left to right – Craig Holston, Jason Chiklakis, Megan Marqueardt, Jeff Muddell, Carolyn Rogers, John Costello and Ann Pankow