Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife Unveils New Website, Connecting Community and Conservation
Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife (CCFW), a leading advocate for wildlife preservation and community engagement in Southwest Florida, is pleased to announce the launch of its newly redesigned website, at ccfriendsofwildlife.org. The reorganized and redesigned site serves as a comprehensive hub, archiving over a decade of the organization’s information, but presented in a more modern and user-friendly experience for visitors.
Notable features of the new website include:
Wildlife Education Hub: Explore information on the most common wildlife and exotic animals commonly found in Cape Coral, Florida.
News: Immerse in recent wildlife news from local and national outlets and search for archived press articles, or browse a host of useful links to wildlife information and related environmental organizations.
Volunteer Opportunities: Discover meaningful ways to get involved in wildlife conservation efforts and sign up for volunteer opportunities, contributing to the organization’s mission of preserving and protecting local ecosystems.
Donate and Support: Learn about the variety of ways individuals and businesses can support Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife and make online donations: Become a Member, Adopt an Owl or Donate Today!
This extensive website redevelopment project was made possible by grant funding from the Lee County Visitor & Convention Bureau, and carried out by a Cape Coral web design business, Sharkinetics Multimedia. Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife invites the community to explore the new website at ccfriendsofwildlife.org and join in the collective effort to preserve and protect the wildlife and habitats of Cape Coral!
About Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife
Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and protection of wildlife and natural habitats in Cape Coral, Florida. Committed to community engagement and education, CCFW works tirelessly to ensure the region’s unique ecosystems thrive for future generations. Learn more at ccfriendsofwildlife.org.