Sanibel-Captiva Rotary President, Bill Rahe recently distributed part of the proceeds from last month’s Rotary Club fundraiser, Unsinkable Women, to two local non-profits in our Community.

  • Sanibel Historical Museum and Village Board Chair, Karl Rodman and Village Manager, Emilie Alfino were on hand to receive a $4,000 check from Rotary for the continuance of preserving and sharing the History of Sanibel and restoring and improving the historically significate buildings and archival material at the Museum and Village, while improving the property throughout the Village establishing a more attractive and safe environment for Museum and Village Visitors.

Sanibel Historical Village Contribution

HTAP Contribtn

  • Human Trafficking Awareness   Partnerships Executive Director, Nola Theiss, also, was presented with a $4,000 check from Rotary supporting HTAP’s mission to bring “Awareness of the crime of human trafficking… the first step to eradicating modern slavery. The organization is dedicated to bringing the issue of human trafficking to the forefront of public consciousness through local community action and the sharing of resources and programs among communities and organizations.”

Human traffiking Awareness