At Captiva Spirits we believe living in Florida comes with a very important responsibility. It is our goal to help protect, preserve and help natural populations of flora and fauna thrive. We know that each one important but are fragile and require protection. That is why we donate to nonprofits dedicated to this cause.
Our goal is to empower the people eager to do what it takes to keep our sky, water and lands clean from harmful human made pollutions. Everyone has the ability to make a difference and we need you! Please find a list below of crucial environmental projects happening right now. Volunteers are always welcome so please lend a hand and make a difference…
Captains For Clean Water is on a mission to restore and protect aquatic ecosystems for the use and enjoyment of all. Through education and advocacy, we fight to ensure that policymakers implement science-based solutions to our water quality issues. Learn More
Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation – Founded in 1967, SCCF’s mission is to protect and care for Southwest Florida’s coastal ecosystems through our focus on Water Quality Research, Policy and Advocacy, Sea Turtles and Shorebirds, Native Landscaping, Habitat and Wildlife Management, and Environmental Education. Thanks to the efforts of many who came before us, we are the largest private landowner on Sanibel Island, managing more than 1,200 acres on Sanibel plus more than 600 additional acres on surrounding islands. Over the last 53 years, SCCF’s diverse program areas have grown to include the Native Landscapes & Garden Center, Wildlife & Habitat Management, Sea Turtle & Shorebird Research and Monitoring, Environmental Education, Environmental Policy, a Marine Laboratory, and the Sanibel Sea School. Click here to learn More!
Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum is the only accredited museum in the United States devoted solely to shells and mollusks. To increase knowledge of and appreciation for mollusks and their shells, using our collections, programs, and expertise to inspire learning, support scientific research, and tell the story of the importance of mollusks to people and the natural world. Learn More
Calusa Waterkeeper Calusa Waterkeeper, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection of the Caloosahatchee River & Estuary, Lake Okeechobee, Nicodemus Slough, Charlotte Harbor, Estero Bay, the near-shore waters of Lee County, and their watersheds, through education and promotion of responsible use and enjoyment by all people. Learn More