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Fort Myers – Chatting with neighbors and friends over a meal or a cup of coffee is a time-honored tradition. It’s also a great way to move our communities forward. As Southwest Florida emerges from the global COVID-19 pandemic and Hurricane Ian, community conversations are more important than ever.

The Collaboratory, Charlotte Community Foundation, and Collier County Foundation are partnering to host On the Table SWFL, meaningful, mealtime conversations to drive social impact and strengthen our communities. This collective of community leaders is coming together to convene these conversations as a catalyst for regional collaboration to address issues and opportunities affecting Southwest Florida residents.

On one special day, thousands of neighbors, colleagues, friends, and residents will gather to share their stories and generate ideas to create a more sustainable and vibrant Southwest Florida. On March 30th from 8am to 10am at Seed and Bean Market, located in downtown Fort Myers, will be hosting. The Children’s Advocacy Center SWFL and the Lee County Tax Collector will speak briefly and then join in on conversations about the issues that we face and the services these organizations provide. You can register at: On the Table March 30th 2023 – Seed and Bean Market (

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