The Power Of Giving Erupts!
F.I.S.H. is proud to announce young Zachary Ware, grandson of FISH Volunteer Laurie Hafener, happily made a donation to FISH from the sale of his school volcano project!
“Zach spent many hours working on his school project. After he presented it, a teacher was so impressed that he offered to purchase it for her train set,” stated Laurie.
“I was happy to get some money, and immediately asked if I could donate some of it to FISH. When I visit my grandma, I always help out with the Food Pantry and deliveries to CROW. FISH does a lot for Sanibel and Captiva Islands, and I really like what they do for the community. I visit here every year, and I am happy to help out in any way I can,” said Zach.
“We are so grateful to Zach for thinking of FISH and for his giving of time and treasure. It’s not often that a youngster will donate his hard earned money, and I am personally touched that FISH has been honored by the next generation of giving from our youth. Thank you, Zach, for donating to FISH and taking time away from your vacation to help us out. We are truly moved by your generosity,” stated Maggi Feiner, FISH President & CEO.
For additional information on all the programs, services and workshops offered by FISH, and for volunteer opportunities, please contact the FISH Walk-In Center at 239-472-4775.