FISH Welcomes Maxwell, Hendry & Simmons As Race, Festival Sponsor

provided to The Santiva Chronicle

Maxwell, Hendry & Simmons team

FISH OF SANCAP is pleased to welcome Maxwell, Hendry & Simmons as a first-time sponsor of their race and music festival fundraising event. The race event will begin and end at the Sanibel Community House on Dec. 2, 7:30 a.m., offering two lengths, a 10K and a 5K. The Sound+Waves music festival, hosted by ‘Tween Waters, will begin at 5 p.m. on Dec. 2. The concert will be performed on the beach, followed by fireworks. Food and beverage will be available for purchase.

Maxwell, Hendry & Simmons is a valuation services company with a core competency in real estate market analysis. Founded in 1983, they are proud to be one of the oldest and largest real estate appraisal firms in Southwest Florida. As a full-service firm, they provide residential & commercial valuation and consulting & tax appeal services to a broad spectrum of private, commercial, and governmental clients. Their mission is to serve as expert real estate problem solvers for their clients. To learn more about the organization, visit or call (239) 337-0555.

“FISH has consistently been a beacon of hope and support for our community, and we are proud to stand alongside them as they continue their work throughout our wonderful islands,” says Matt Simmons, Managing Partner.

Funds raised through the race and festival benefit FISH as they continue meeting the needs of islander residents, workforce and visitors. In addition to their traditional four pillar programs – Food, Island Based Education, Social and Senior Services, and Helping Hands — the organization is focusing on their long-term recovery program including mental health counseling and resources for Hurricane Ian survivors.

Sponsorship opportunities can be found on the organization’s website, For additional information on sponsorship, please contact Diane Cortese at or Leah Winkler at

Race registration is available online here. Sound+Waves tickets are on sale now online here.

For additional information on FISH long term recovery assistance and other programs, please contact Maria Espinoza, Executive Director at 239-472-4775 or visit their website.

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