Once again Zonta’s Peek at the Unique home tour has drawn a generous group of major business sponsors and individual benefactors, each of whom has contributed $2,000 or more to the event.

The group was invited recently to the Sanibel Historical Village to be photographed at the 1924 Sears home, now the administrative office for the Village & Museum.  This historic building, named Shore Haven and formerly on San Carlos Bay, was featured on the 2009 Peek and relocated some years later after being donated to the Village.

John Grey commented:  “The Peek tour reaches so many people and brings them together, one of the reasons we like to participate.”  Joyce Owens added:  “It is so well organized – Zonta represents an amazing pool of talent and ability.”

Visit www.zontasancap.com for information and to donate.  All proceeds will be awarded in grants to organizations whose work mirrors Zonta’s mission of empowering women and girls

There may still be time to join these generous supporters and the more than 200 other area businesses who are assisting Zonta’s cause through financial sponsorships, food donations, and more.  For tickets, go to Eventbrite.com; on Friday, March 13, look for Zontians selling tickets outside Bailey’s General Store, or visit www.zontasancap.com for information about the Peek and to donate.