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Community Cooperative Seeks Volunteers for the Annual Sam Galloway, Jr.

& Friends Soup Kitchen Benefit

FORT MYERS, Fla. (February 13, 2024) – Community Cooperative announces a call for volunteers for their upcoming Sam Galloway, Jr. & Friends Soup Kitchen Benefit, scheduled to take place March 7, 2024, in the service garage of Sam Galloway Ford in Fort Myers. As they prepare for this highly anticipated event, Community Cooperative is seeking dedicated individuals to contribute their time to ensure the event’s success.

Volunteers play a crucial role in the execution of the event, with over 200 volunteers generously donating their time. From assisting with event setup to providing support during clean-up, there are volunteer opportunities for everyone.

“We truly believe that volunteers are the heart and soul of the Sam Galloway, Jr. & Friends Soup Kitchen Benefit,” said Stefanie Ink-Edwards, CEO of Community Cooperative. “Their commitment and passion are invaluable in bringing the event to life and making it a resounding success year after year.”

If you are interested in volunteering for the upcoming Sam Galloway, Jr & Friends Soup Kitchen Benefit, please visit, contact Brooke Flake at [email protected].

About Community Cooperative

Since 1984, Community Cooperative has worked to effectively eliminate hunger and homelessness in southwest Florida while simultaneously inspiring and supporting sustained positive change in its clients by delivering innovative food, education, and social service programs. With a dedicated team of volunteers, board of directors and staff, Community Cooperative stays committed to its core responsibility to collect and distribute resources through a strong and viable network of community partners. Community Cooperative is an exemplary steward of the resources entrusted to it and serves clients with compassion and integrity. Through collaboration and ongoing education, Community Cooperative supports and strengthens those whose lives have been affected by hunger and homelessness, ensuring that they have access to the resources necessary to transform their lives with dignity.

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