Living and Giving

Colonial Country Club is more than just a great place to live. Residents create community by reaching out to help each other as well as others who may be less fortunate.

Colonial encourages and supports volunteers sharing their time and talents in the Southwest Florida community. Opportunities exist in many areas, such as ACT (Abuse Counseling & Treatment), Calusa Nature Center, Colonial's Neighbor Helping Neighbor, Community Cooperative Ministries Soup Kitchen, United Way, Needlenuts, Dressing Girls, Habitat for Humanity, Harry Chapin Food Bank, Krystalz for Cancer, Lee Memorial Blood Center, PACE Center, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Ronald McDonald House, and the Salvation Army. Colonial's Volunteer Committee meets in the Activity Center twice a month (first and third Mondays at 9AM) to promote community involvement. Contact any of these non-profit organizations, or others detailed on the Volunteer Committee's organization list, and take the time to get involved.