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Noelle Branning has joined the board of directors for Community Cooperative, a nonprofit dedicated to eliminating hunger and homelessness in Lee County.
By Community Cooperative
Community Cooperative plans the 19th Annual Soup Kitchen Benefit March 10, 2022. Each year, local restaurants prepare and serve southern-style dinner to more than 700 guests at the annual Sam Galloway, Jr.
By Community Cooperative
The family friendly event Feb. 26 will support emergency food programs
By Susan Bennett Marketing & Media , L.C
Celebrate the Edison Festival of Light and help feed the hungry by attending  Mrs. Edison's Hymn Sing  Tuesday, Feb. 8, at The First Presbyterian Church in downtown Fort Myers at the corner of Second Street and Lee Street.
By Community Cooperative
FineMark National Bank & Trust and its Fort Myers clients donated $13,400 to Community Cooperative's annual Full Plates Project to provide Thanksgiving food packages to families in need.
By Community Cooperative
Fort Myers Fire Department stations are serving as collection points through Monday, Nov. 22 for Community Cooperative's annual Full Plates Project to collect and distribute Thanksgiving meals to the area's hungry.
By Community Cooperative
Community Cooperative is asking Southwest Florida to help neighbors in need by providing a holiday meal or gifts. The annual drive to brighten the holidays starts with the Full Plates Project, to make sure there are no plates empty this Thanksgiving.
By Community Cooperative
Community Cooperative has added a second monthly mobile food pantry for veterans and their families on Wednesday, Oct. 20 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Lee County Veterans Affairs (VA) Clinic in Cape Coral.
By Community Cooperative
Robert Galloway and Julie Klein have joined the board of directors of Community Cooperative, a nonprofit dedicated to eliminating hunger and homelessness in Lee County.
By Community Cooperative
The popular event to help our hungry and homeless returns with a new theme and location
By Community Cooperative
The kits provide three days of food for hurricane preparedness
By Community Cooperative
The board of directors of Community Cooperative has appointed Stefanie Ink Edwards as chief executive officer, effective June 14. Edwards succeeds Tracey Galloway, who has announced her retirement after 10 years with the organization.
By Community Cooperative
Volunteers and donations are needed to continue Community Cooperative's programs for the hungry and homeless through the summer.
By Community Cooperative
At the event, the Community Café (the Soup Kitchen) was dedicated and renamed Sam's Community Café & Kitchen
By Community Cooperative
Community donations equate to 128,000 PB&J sandwiches for children, families and seniors in need
By Community Cooperative
Be part of the behind-the-scenes team that pulls off this unique community dinner held in the service garages of Sam Galloway Ford
By Community Cooperative
Area businesses are asked to host collection boxes throughout the drive
By Community Cooperative
Kirkwood joined the Community Cooperative board in 2012 and served as board chairperson from 2016-2019
By Community Cooperative
Community Cooperative has hired Tami Holliday to fulfill a new role for the nonprofit as community relations and development manager.
By Community Cooperative
The need for philanthropy to fund services for the community is greater than ever
By Community Cooperative
The mobile food pantries served up to 500 veterans per month before being paused in March due to the pandemic
By Community Cooperative
The holidays and the new year are brighter for several Southwest Florida Families, thanks to a $20,000 gift donated to Community Cooperative by FineMark National Bank & Trust.
By Community Cooperative
With the growing need for meals to be delivered to homebound neighbors who cannot shop or cook for themselves, Community Cooperative has returned its Meals on Wheels services to five days per week and seeks volunteer drivers to serve throughout Lee...
By Community Cooperative
Ryan Carter has joined the board of directors of Community Cooperative.
By Community Cooperative
The annual Full Plates Project and Holiday Outreach are needed now more than ever
By Community Cooperative
The challenge is designed to showcase the creativity of area chefs while highlighting Community Cooperative's efforts in meeting growing food needs
By Community Cooperative
Since 2017, Community Cooperative has served about 500 veterans a month with bimonthly mobile food pantries
By Community Cooperative
Stefanie Edwards, chief development and operating officer of Community Cooperative, was recently awarded her Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) Certification, showing professional achievement and commitment to fundraising.
By Community Cooperative
With growing requests for meals to be delivered to homebound   neighbors who cannot shop or cook for themselves, Community Cooperative has an immediate need for volunteer drivers throughout Lee County to deliver Meals on Wheels.
By Community Cooperative
Community Cooperative is providing an opportunity for parents who do not need extra assistance provided by Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) cards sent by the Florida Department of Children and Families late last month to donate food to help...
By Community Cooperative
Pantries expected to provide food for about 4,800 households to meet the increased need

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