Featured in Florida Weekly

Featured in Florida Weekly

Featured in Florida Weekly on February 20, 2020. https://naples.floridaweekly.com/articles/making-a-difference-8/ “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” That profound quote from Mahatma Gandhi inspired Nina Gray, a retired nonprofit CEO, to give birth to...

Always be Kind

Always be Kind

Always be Kind As if life weren’t challenging enough, Josh heard words that turned his world upside down.  “You have cancer.” Josh and his wife have one child and she is the light of their life.  He has worked hard from the time he was 14 but never earned a large...

Client Story: Luisa

Client Story: Luisa

Luisa was visibly distressed the day she came to the CRC office carrying her baby in her arms.  The little girl was curled up against her mother and appeared to be about two years old.  During the intake interview, we learned the child is seven years old and has...

Welcome Marioly Soto

Welcome Marioly Soto

 “Always do your best, never give up and follow your dreams.” The Collier Resource Center (CRC) is pleased to introduce Marioly Soto, who joined the team as our Program Coordinator.  Marioly’s focus is on client intake and case management, increasing outreach using a...

Surviving to Thriving

Surviving to Thriving

Surviving to Thriving - the Collier Resource Center’s first fundraising event on November 8th, 2018 at St. John’s Episcopal Church. For this inaugural event, Niccole Howard was invited to share with guests her personal journey overcoming adversity and how she went...

Thank you for making it possible

Thank you for making it possible

Thank you for making it possible… Our sincere appreciation to the Community Foundation of Collier County for a $10,000 grant from the Angel Fund. This gift provided a portion of the funding CRC needed to hire Norma Diaz, our part-time program coordinator. Having Norma...

Client Story: Collaboration Works

Client Story: Collaboration Works

An insurmountable obstacle stood between Jerry and his freedom. Recently disabled and confined to a wheelchair, he was unable to use the stairs attached to his mobile home. Jerry couldn’t leave or enter his own home and was trapped because he couldn’t afford to build...

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