Community Housing and Resources (CHR), a beacon of hope and support for the residents of Sanibel and Captiva Islands, proudly reflects on its remarkable comeback following the devastating impact of Hurricane Ian. Through the unwavering dedication of its staff, the selfless efforts of volunteers, and the resilience of the community, CHR has made significant progress in rebuilding and providing vital assistance to those affected by the storm.

The destructive force of Hurricane Ian left a lasting imprint on the islands, but it also kindled a spirit of unity and determination among the residents. Our community banded together, demonstrating immense strength and compassion throughout the recovery process.

Volunteers, both local and from afar, have selflessly dedicated their time and resources to aid CHR in its mission of providing housing and resources to those in need. From clearing debris to offering emotional support, their contributions have been invaluable in the progress made by the community.

“We are immensely grateful for the dedication and commitment demonstrated by our staff and volunteers,” said Nicole Decker-McHale, executive director for CHR. “Their unwavering support and selfless acts have made a world of difference in our recovery efforts. Together, we have shown that the power of community knows no bounds.”

As the community of Sanibel and Captiva Islands rebuilds, CHR continues to play a vital role in ensuring access to safe and affordable housing for residents.

The progress made by CHR and the community is a testament to the resilience and spirit of Sanibel and Captiva Islands. Together, they have embraced the challenges, turned adversity into opportunity, and emerged stronger than ever.

CHR extends its heartfelt gratitude to all staff members, volunteers, and community members who have come together to make a difference in the wake of Hurricane Ian. Their collective efforts have exemplified the true essence of community and have paved the way for a brighter, more resilient future.