Supporting the Southwest Florida community is at the heart of Iron Ridge. The below are just a few of the organizations that we support through various means, including event sponsorship, employee donation initiatives, and more. 


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Child Care of Southwest Florida provides family-centered child care that prepares children for success in school and in life, and strengthens and enhances the lives of children and their families. CCSWFL has more than 100 employees serving 400+ children per year at five child care centers.

The Coral Restoration Foundation is the largest coral reef restoration organization in the world, returning tens of thousands of corals to the wild every year. It was founded in response to the widespread loss of the dominant coral species on the Florida Reed Tract.


De LaSalle Academy educates children with learning challenges, providing a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment. The School offers a rigorous academic program for students who learn differently in small group instruction.

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Faces of Courage provides day outings, educational workshops, and medically supervised camps for women, children, and families touched by all types of cancer and blood disorders. Services are focused on developing strong positive attitudes towards recovery.

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The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools enhances the quality of public education in Lee County. Programs include scholarships, classroom grants, student advocacy and mentoring, education resources, and  the Golden Apple Teacher Recognition program.


Harry Chapin Food Bank is the largest hunger relief network in Southwest Florida.  It rescues, inspects, transports, and distributes donated food and grocery products to more than 150 partner agencies and programs that provide direct service to those in need.

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Midwest Food Bank fights hunger throughout the United States. The Fort Myers location serves more than 170 agency partners in Florida, Mississippi, and Alabama, alleviating hunger and malnutrition by providing food relief to those in need while feeding them spiritually.

Pickup the Ball mentors young men in low-income, high-risk areas to provide them opportunities that will raise their level of expectations for life, increase their chance of success, and improve understanding among all communities.


The Rotary Club of Fort Myers – Sunrise supports numerous organizations locally and around the world.  Rotary initiatives include Dictionary Day, Rotary’s Camp Florida, the Polio Plus Fund, the Rotary Foundation, and CART (Coins for Alzheimer’s Research Trust)


Take Stock in Children provides a unique opportunity for deserving, low-income youth to escape the cycle of poverty through education. It offers underserved students one-on-one support through volunteer mentors, college success services, and college scholarships.

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