CROW Receives $15,000 “Give to Tomorrow” Grant From Clarke

provided to The Santiva Chronicle

CROW receives a grant from Clark

The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife is honored to receive a generous grant from Clarke through their “Give to Tomorrow” annual grant. This grant will aid in CROW’s mission of saving wildlife as well as rebuilding efforts post-storm.

Clarke is a public health products and service company striving to elevate and transform the science of vector control through the lens of sustainability and innovation. “Clarke is a family-owned business that works to make communities more livable, safe, and comfortable,” says Vice President Frank Clarke. “We were visionaries just like CROW is, and we are proud to support organizations such as CROW that work to make a difference in their communities.”

Lee County Mosquito Control District nominated CROW to receive the “Give to Tomorrow” grant from Clarke. The Give to Tomorrow grant is an annual grant program providing financial support to nonprofits that share Clarke’s commitment to environmental sustainability. “We are very appreciative of CROW,” says Mosquito Control Executive Director Dr. David Hoel. “They do excellent work for the island and community, and we are happy to support them in any way we can.”

CROW hospital and rehabilitation team recently returned to the Sanibel campus after working remotely due to damage caused by Hurricane Ian. “We’ve come a long way to recover from the hurricane. Our heartfelt thanks to Clarke and the Lee County Mosquito Control District for supporting our efforts to rebuild. We appreciate Clarke’s efforts to protect our environment and their support of CROW’s mission to save wildlife.” says Alison Charney Hussey, CROW’s Executive Director.

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