Swinging With Purpose
(SWP) Founder Diana Riley was named an “Everyday Hero” by Investigation Discovery
) through its Inspire A Difference social good campaign. Through the campaign, ID
, a cable network dedicated to true crime, is recognizing everyday heroes that inspire a difference in the lives of others through their dedication to victims’ rights and healing. The goal of the campaign is to raise awareness for domestic violence, civil rights, bullying, and victims’ rights by inspiring viewers to take action and make a difference in their communities. Each quarter, ID
awards an “Everyday Hero” winner a $5,000 grant for their charity. Riley was named an “Everyday Hero” because of her efforts to combine her passion for the game of golf with advocating and fundraising for organizations serving women, girls and children in Southwest Florida. To learn more about the ID
Inspire A Difference campaign, visit InspireADifference.com
The Heights Foundation/The Heights Center’s
annual back to school outreach on July 25 provided backpacks and school supplies for 580 low-income children living in the Harlem Heights neighborhood. Businesses, organizations, communities and individuals that supported the outreach include ABC Young Professionals Group, Air Mechanical & Services Corp, Bell Tower Park, Colonial Charitable Foundation, Crown Colony, Edison National Bank Estero Island Chapter – Daughters of the American Revolution, Florida Blue, Fort Myers High School – NHS, Gatewood Glass, Gulfshore Cooling, Hertz Corp. Revenue Management Team, HomeTeam Inspection Service, Jason’s Deli – Reflection Lakes, Kelly Brothers Inc., Kelly Greens, Mathnasium of Fort Myers, OAK Florida, Peace Lutheran Church, Re/Max Realty Group, RG Architects, Scotlynn Group, Viking Construction, Wells Fargo, Westminster Presbyterian Church, and Zion Lutheran Church.