Zonta Supports Anti-Violence Campaign

In support of the worldwide “Zonta Says NO to Violence Against Women” initiative, Zonta of Sanibel-Captiva is placing shells painted orange—the theme color of the campaign—in public places on Sanibel, labeled with the number for the national domestic violence hotline, 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).

Zonta Peek Booties

Zonta of Sanibel-Captiva Donates Disposable Booties to Hospital

During recent weeks, after what had been planned as the 19th annual “Peek at the Unique” home tour on March 14, members of the Zonta Club of Sanibel-Captiva discovered 300 unused pairs of disposable booties, or overshoes, that had been purchased in case of rain or for a Peek homeowner who requested that Peekers wear them for other reasons.  

With the Peek cancelled due to concerns about the coronavirus, and appeals being made by hospitals for various items of PPE (personal protective equipment), Zonta chose to do the obvious:  donate the booties to Lee Memorial Hospital.  

Zontians Virginia Jones, Karen Pati, Susan Tucker and Joyce Ross gathered recently at SanCap Pak-n-Ship to send the parcel—and were delighted when owner Dustin Dariano offered to donate the shipping cost. 

The 116-page Peek keepsake booklet, printed prior to the cancellation but not distributed, is available at SanCap Pak-n-Ship.  Anyone who supported the Peek in any way is invited to pick up a copy, while they last; they are also available at Qwik Pack & Ship on Sanibel.

“The Peek booklet is our way of saying ‘thank you’ to the many businesses and individuals who provide sponsorships and other types of donation,

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