Major sponsors named for Charity for Change’s fundraiser ‘Planting Seeds of Humanity’ Nov. 3 in Naples

Soldavini & Caldwell, CPA, KK Exteriors by Koby Kirwin and Westwood Interior Cleaning are the Humanity Hero title sponsors for Charity for Change’s fundraising gala, Planting the Seeds of Humanity, to be held Nov. 3 at the Naples Hilton.

Other sponsors include City National Bank, Cowboy’s Concrete & Masonry, Diamond Drywall & Glass, Kathy and Eric Feinstein, Flor’s Cleaning, HBK CPAs & Consultants, Hole Montes, Home-Tech, Markham Norton Mosteller Wright & Company, Premier Plus Realty, Reed Design Build, Dr. Jacqueline Romero, DO, Becky Sharon Brain Health and John R. Wood Properties. In-kind sponsors include Priority Marketing and Scott Robertson Auctioneers. Media sponsors are èBella Magazine and Naples Illustrated.

A live auction, “Call for Change” cash call, and The Ben Allen Band will provide music for dancing and entertainment at the event that begins at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 3 and includes a VIP reception at 4:30 p.m.

The event will raise funds to support Charity for Change’s educational programs, which since 2008 have impacted 100,000 children, instilling nine character traits and raising $150,000 for 100 area charities.

Tickets are available at $250 per person. VIP reception tickets are $750 per person. For more information about the event or donating visit or call Karen Conley, 239-592-6787.

About Charity for Change

Founded in 2008, Charity for Change brings children together to see past their differences and work together for others in need. Outcomes are proven over a 15-year track record improving behavior and academic performance, while fostering inclusion and equity, developing empathy, resilience and the mental well-being of Pre-K to 5th grade learners.

Through character education and charitable activities blended with academics, the organization serves children through its afterschool, summer school, preschool, and in-school programs. Since 2008, the program has impacted 100,000 children, instilling nine character traits and raising $150,000 for 100 area charities. The goal of Charity for Change is to cultivate confident, compassionate children who become successful learners, contribute to their schools and communities, and who will participate in society as empathetic, resilient, ethical and self-reliant citizens. For more information about Charity for Change, please visit or call 239-592-6787.
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