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The ECCL is a network of communities and organizations working together to serve as the “Voice of the People” to advocate for positive change. Because there is strength in numbers and no Sunshine Law restrictions, the ECCL can openly address and affect the outcome of both challenges and opportunities facing our communities.
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The Estero Education Initiative and ECCL Education Council have partnered with Three Oaks Middle School to mentor academically "at-risk" students. We are seeking volunteers who would like to help a child and invest in the future of our Estero youth. This is not a...
Florida Gulf Coast University professor, Dr. Sandra Kauanui, is passionate about education for our future generations, but, in her case, this commitment goes well beyond the classroom. Dr. Kauanui has made a personal commitment to support a proposed entrepreneurship...
Established in 2000, the Estero Council of Community Leaders (ECCL) is a non-partisan all-volunteer civic advocacy organization. Our purpose is to inform, educate, and enable residents to act to support and improve the quality of life in Estero and surrounding...
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Volunteer or donate supplies to the Junior Achievement 2-5-8 Graduate program which teaches economic literacy at all stages of education.
Protect the DR/GR from new mines
Tell legislators to oppose unnecessary mining and to protect water quality for Lee County.
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