Iron Ridge Insurance Services empowers team to give back
This holiday season, Iron Ridge Insurance Services
has empowered each of its employees to make a $500 donation to a local charity of their choice. Iron Ridge’s team members chose a variety of causes, including hunger relief, education, cancer support, and environmental initiatives. Child Care of Southwest Florida, Faces of Courage Foundation, Harry Chapin Food Bank, Midwest Food Bank and The Coral Restoration Foundation will each receive a $500 contribution. Iron Ridge also made a $1,000 contribution to Pickup the Ball Inc., a Fort Myers-based charity providing mentorship and support.
Youth Haven Inc. awarded $15,000 grant
Youth Haven Inc. has received a $15,000 grant from The Pulte Family Charitable Foundation, a private family foundation working to meet the basic human needs of the most marginalized members of the human family. The funds received will benefit Youth Haven’s food and nutrition services. Youth Haven, founded in 1972, supports children and teens ages 6 -19 that have been removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect, abandonment, or are homeless. For more information, visit youthhavenswfl.org
Porsche Naples & Fifth Avenue South partner on Toy Drive
Christmas came early for dozens of school-age children attending the Boys & Girls Club of Collier County, Nichols Campus, as representatives of Porsche Naples and the Fifth Avenue South Business Improvement District (BID) delivered more than five full carloads of toys and other holiday gift items. The items were collected in the Porsche Naples storefront and along Fifth Avenue South during the recent “Christmas on Fifth” festival. The special delivery of gifts consisted of several Porsche vehicles and was escorted by representatives of the Collier County Sheriff’s Office. Once at the Boys & Girls Club, Santa Claus made a special appearance to hand out the toys. Organizers of the event included Zachary Irvin, Dan Kao, Naples Mayor Theresa Heitmann, Col. Jim Bloom, Bruce Barone and Jeffrey Macasevich.