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March is For Giving

The Cancer Alliance Network is a non-profit organization that helps children and adults affected by cancer by providing financial assistance, resources and support to our local neighbors living in Collier and Lee Counties. We offer programs such as cancer support groups, nutrition classes, education, and community events.

Monica Miraglilo is excited to provide a path for women to get into construction and home renovation through Girlbuild, an educational membership program that teaches them an overview of what they need to know to succeed in the industry. Her goal is to help women gain confidence and financial freedom through the home design and renovation process. Visit,  Instagram and Facebook. Photo by Daniel Muniak

STARability Foundation recently kicked off the 10th season of its all-inclusive baseball league. Founded in 2013, the league provides STAR participants with the opportunity to experience the camaraderie and connections of playing America’s favorite pastime. STARability’s one-of-a-kind baseball league gives everyone the chance to bat, round the bases and score a run for their team while connecting with friends for fitness, friendship and fun. The league consists of four teams playing Saturdays from January to April, concluding with a coaches versus players game and awards picnic. Learn more at

Whether you’re 18 or 80, we guarantee there is a role for you if you’re looking to give your time. Habitat for Humanity of Collier County has jobs for everyone,  to get you involved in the job that maximizes your abilities and helps guide our mission forward. And not all Habitat Collier volunteer jobs are on the job site! Whether you’re comfortable at a computer, interested in retail, or looking to work more closely with our partner families, there are a wide variety of opportunities to give your time and make a difference in the community. 

Enjoy the magnificent beauty of Rookery Bay. Come aboard the 35-passenger Good Fortune II pontoon boat led by Coast Guard-certified captains and a Conservancy naturalist. Pack a small cooler, bring a snack, and let us take you on a beautiful sunset ride. This two-hour sunset cruise is offered multiple days a week. Support the Conservancy of Southwest Florida.