The Reef would love to shine some light on the following foundations that did not win the contest, but definitely deserve everyone’s support! Please check out their website’s for more information and to donate.
Delight Ministries strives to invite college women into Christ-centered community that fosters vulnerability and transforms stories.
Camp Kesem at Florida Gulf Coast is a week-long summer camp for children whose parents have, had, or passed away from cancer.
The Brotherhood ride is made up of local firefighters that have gathered together to ride bicycles from the Naples area to Charleston. Caleb’s Crusades against childhood cancer helps with families with financial challenges after their child has been diagnosed with cancer.
Huntsman Cancer Institute is part of the University of Utah and University of Utah Health and offers a number of exciting opportunities for individuals seeking careers in cancer research, clinical care, administration, and support services.
Children Advocacy center provides a coordinated response to child victims of abuse and neglect and improve the lives of at-risk children and their families through prevention services
The Make a Wish Foundation has tens of thousands of volunteers, donors and supporters that advance the Make-A-Wish®vision to grant the wish of every child diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition.
Abuse Counseling and Treatment, Inc. is a private, nonprofit agency committed to serving victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking.
We hope that these foundations interest you and prompt further research and donations!
With all of the studying we know you’re bound to be doing in the coming weeks what better way to take a break from it all than to stop by the FGCU campus on December 12th from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM, and the 13th from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM for puppypalooza?
Yes, you read that right, there will be puppies on campus, just waiting for you to come hug your stress away!
The event is being hosted by Campus Health and Wellness, Campus Rec, and Gulf Coast Humane Society, which is where all of our adoptable furry friends are coming from. Gulf Coast Humane is a non-profit, no-kill organization that takes in thousands of homeless pets every year. That means they don’t receive funding from county, state, or federal source. They are strictly run on the kindness and generosity of the public. And they in turn show all of their cats, dogs, and other small animals that they keep on site, the same kindness!
They are always looking for volunteers too! While these animals are waiting for their forever home, they love to spend their time with all of the amazing people that stop by in their free time.
They will be bringing some of their puppies to campus and they are always looking for donations. So if you want to stop and pet a puppy, they are always happy to see you! Oh, and so are the puppies!
Best of luck to everyone taking finals, and congratulations in advance to all of the graduating students!
Phase II, which features our original four-bedroom four-bathroom floorplan, now offers awesome new additions to our traditional floorplan! These include three new floorplans: a 2x2 apartment, a 5x5 two story townhome, as well as a 5x5.5 three story townhome. Not only did we add more floorplans, but we also added some new amenities to our newest development.
The Reef Phase II comes with a half-court basketball court just in time for the startup of basketball season! Our new buildings will also be receiving its own resort style pool with outdoor seating and propane grills! Phase II was thoughtfully designed to have a courtyard style setup with green space you can picnic on or just take a stroll. As Phase II comes to a completion, we’ve already had some raving reviews! The townhome floorplans boast tons of square footage that the residents love! Not to mention a much envied patio that comes with our two bedroom floorplan. Don’t forget to follow us on social media so you don’t miss your chance to snag a spot and live life large!