Sanibel Captiva Community Bank has signed on as the official “Cajun King” sponsor for the Community Housing and Resources (CHR) 2017 Mardi Gras event. The bank has been a long-time supporter of CHR, and this top-level sponsorship is a significant increase from the bank’s support of the event in previous years. “We are happy to be CHR’s bank and mortgage … Read More
The Young Professionals Association of Sanibel and Captiva took up donations at one of their recent meetings, where CHR’s Dan Whicker presented information about CHR and about our upcoming Mardi Gras fundraiser. Read about it in the Santiva Chronicle.
Volunteers recently got together for a special Mardi Gras work day where they put hammers, saws, paint brushes, and creative minds to the work of recreating a Bourbon Street facade. Read about it in this week’s edition of the Islander.
As CHR’s Mardi Gras event approaches, five islanders share their opinions on why CHR is important to our community. Read about it in this week’s edition of the Islander.
CHR’s upcoming Mardi Gras fundraising event is important to our budget and to our families. When you consider CHR’s “affordable housing program,” you have to look deeper than the wood, tile, paint, and appliances that make up an island home. It’s the people in the program that really define CHR’s mission. Read about one special CHR family in this week’s … Read More
Take a stroll down Sanibel CHR’s “Bourbon Street” for a chance to win a trip to the real thing! Celebrate Fat Tuesday a few days early with well-known friends from across the island and participate in a night of fun, frivolity, and fundraising—and potentially win a number of one-of-a-kind prizes, including a trip for two to The Big Easy! Grab … Read More
Hardworking volunteers are recreating the famous New Orleans boulevard right here on Sanibel for CHR’s Mardi Gras! Read about their work in this week’s edition of the Island Sun.
CHR’s Mardi Gras will bring a little bit of Bourbon street to Sanibel on February 6 by recreating the famous New Orleans boulevard on the event grounds. Read about it in this week’s edition of the Islander.
The “Swim for the Beads” relay, part of CHR’s festive Mardi Gras fundraising event, is heating up as team coaches talk a little “smack” while donning their new team robes. Read about it in this week’s edition of the Island Sun.
The three teams that will swim in CHR’s Mardi Gras swim relay on February 6 are gearing up for some fun competition. Read about it in this week’s issue of the Islander.