Ways to Give to the David Lawrence Center
As a nonprofit, the Center relies on donations, fees and grants to invest in the health, safety and well being of our community. The Center is funded in part by the Florida Department of Children and Families, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Collier County Housing, Human & Veteran Services and private donations made through fundraising efforts.
The David Lawrence Center raises money through events, planned gifts, grants, and private donations. In addition, the Center reaches out to the business community through their Corporate Partners Program in order to utilize the expertise in the community to enhance the efforts of the Center, educate the business community on the purpose and value of the David Lawrence Center and to encourage corporate and business support of the programs and services provided to our community.
Vote YES this November
Another way to give back to the David Lawrence Center is to vote “YES” on the one-cent infrastructure sales surtax. David Lawrence Center proudly supports the Naples Chamber of Commerce in the One Collier initiative. One Collier is a political committee formed in Collier County by the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce to support the passage of Collier County’s seven-year, one-cent infrastructure sales surtax ballot. To learn more about this initiative, click here.
There are many ways to give back to the David Lawrence Center. With your help, we can fulfill our mission to restore and rebuild lives of those affected by mental health and substance abuse in our local community. View the different ways to get involved and donate to the David Lawrence Center below.