Fort Myers Beach 100+ Women Who Care members visited the Special Equestrians Center on Staley Road in Fort Myers in April 2021. L to R: Barb Mezeske, Judy Barcy, Cheryl Hohmann, Joan Beutler, Deb Nelson & Sarah Fischer, along with 2 of the Equestrian stars and Executive Director Liz. We provided a scholarship for a Special Equestrian and also
Fort Myers Beach 100+ Women Who Care helped in December 2020 with the cost of surgery for "Sadie". Sadie was in a puppy mill and was dropped as a baby and broke her leg. It was never fixed and she spent 4 months limping until ‘Find a Home-Give a Home’ helped her. They found Sadie a foster Mom (Betty) who traveled to Ocala to have Sadie's leg repaired by a pet specialist. We are happy to announce that Sadie is recuperating nicely. We are proud to give our charitable contribution for December towards her doctor and surgical expenses. Pictured here: Deb Nelson, Betty and Sadie, Barb Mezeske
Our Fort Myers Beach 100+ Women Who Care donation for March 2020 went to "Bedz for Kidz", a part of the Guardian Ad Litem program for Lee County. Our charitable contribution helped to purchase beds for children that are unfamiliar with the luxury of having their own beds -- while in foster care or living with a relative. One of the rules of being able to foster a child -- whether a relative or guardian -- is that the child must have their own bed. Pictured here L to R: Cheryl Hohmann, Cynthia Shafer (Director) and Barb Mezeske.
Fort Myers Beach 100+ Women Who Care for October 2020 donated their funds to the Lifeline Family Center -- a Lee County residence home for young pregnant women/girls ages 16-25 year of age. Lifeline Family Center provides medical help, gives classes in education and promotes lifestyle changes to the residents. Qualification to become a resident include ____________________. Pictured here are Lifeline Director ________________ and Cheryl Hohmann.