Beta Club leads Immokalee Foundation junior to a national stage

This summer, Immokalee Foundation student Wenchy Dutreuil will travel to Beta Club’s 2019 National Convention in Oklahoma City, where he hopes to be elected national club secretary. A junior at [...]

The Immokalee Foundation vies for $100,000 USA Today Grant

The Immokalee Foundation is competing in A Community Thrives, sponsored by USA Today, a national fundraising challenge ending Friday, April 12. A Community Thrives is a nationwide program focused [...]

The Immokalee Foundation’s John Henry named a Distinguished Volunteer of the Year

John Henry, a positive force for The Immokalee Foundation for more than a decade, recently was named a 2018 Distinguished Volunteer of the Year by the Collier-Lee Chapter of the Association of [...]

The Immokalee Foundation students learn about home construction and sales during recent career day with Pulte Homes

Students enrolled in The Immokalee Foundation’s Career Development program experienced first-hand the home construction process during a recent career exploration day hosted by Pulte Homes. The [...]

The Immokalee Foundation is seeking more mentors during National Mentor Month

January is National Mentoring Month, and The Immokalee Foundation needs more adults to take part in rewarding relationships with its students. Caring adults who can encourage and guide these [...]

Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation grant will boost Immokalee Foundation youth literacy program

The gift of literacy will be shared with many more children in Immokalee thanks to a $100,000 grant from the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation. The Immokalee Foundation received the grant to [...]