Helping Neighbors: Joey’s Custard Sponsors Social to Recruit New Volunteers for FISH
Interested in helping your neighbor? FISH OF SANCAP is looking for new volunteers. FISH works diligently to provide dozens of social services to Sanibel and Captiva, but none of it possible without their team of volunteers. Please join FISH board members and staff, and bring along some friends who are interested in volunteering, to the FISH ‘New Volunteer Social’ hosted by Joey’s Custard, 2467 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel on November 19, 2019 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. for an introduction to the many volunteer opportunities FISH has available. Everyone who signs up that afternoon as a new FISH volunteer will receive a complimentary custard!
Volunteers are extremely important to FISH in helping them accomplish their mission – to lend a helping hand to those who live, work or visit here. Their objective is to make a social investment in our community that assists our neighbors to live independently with dignity in their homes. The F.I.S.H. vision is to enrich the lives of everyone on Sanibel and Captiva Islands through an array of food programs, island based workshops, social services and helping hands
FISH volunteers are their greatest asset. Volunteers make a difference to the hundreds of lives they touch each year. Volunteer opportunities are customized to suit the skills and interests of the volunteer. FISH volunteers are working professionals, retirees, snowbirds, parents, and students of all ages and grade levels. These dedicated people work in the Walk-In Center and Food Pantry; they deliver meals, drive clients to medical appointments, field calls from their 24-hour answering service, assist with special events, and much more. FISH volunteers bring smiles to many islanders on a daily basis. Through these acts of volunteerism, neighbors’ lives are being touched every day on Sanibel and Captiva.
Please join FISH for their New Volunteer Social and bring along some friends and neighbors who may be interested in joining the FISH volunteer team. For additional information, please contact Maria Espinoza at the FISH Walk-In-Center, 239-472-4775.