Come share the LOVE out on the water! Enjoy the beautiful sights of Naples waterways aboard the Naples Princess! Listen to the inviting sounds of steel drum music by Steel Cruzin! Share with your family and friends or make new friends! And, delight your tastebuds at the LOVE Brunch!
“We can not change the outcome of a disease but we can play a role in helping families to cope.” Candlelighters of Southwest Florida, a non-profit charity supporting children with cancer and blood disorders has shared a wonderful partnership with Freedom Waters Foundation for over 5 years.
It is hard to sum up the importance of […]
John Mileff of Cape Coral who suffered paralysis from a spinal cord injury, sees Freedom Waters Foundation as the spirit of its founder, Debby Frenkel. “Debby is the ‘freedom’ in Freedom Waters. Her desire to provide a boating opportunity for people as a respite during their troubling times does more than give them a break […]
WINK TV ran a news story about the work Freedom Waters Foundation does helping veterans.
Volunteer Spotlight is on Jeff Fraser! Jeff has been with Freedom Waters Foundation before its inception and continues to generously give: his time, energy, expertise, encouragement, and support through his friendship and professional skills.
Jeff is a yacht broker with Fraser & Zeitz – www.fraserzyachts.com. He also has a great deal of knowledge and […]
Teresa and Brian Cates, FWF volunteer boat owners and supporters have now opened, "ONCE AGAIN," a furnishings and consignment store in Naples, Florida. And, the big SURPRISE is that the Cates have selected Freedom Waters Foundation to benefit from the proceeds.
Freedom Waters Foundation Founder, Debra Frenkel, LCSW, was one of seven 2013 AAUW (American Association of University Women) Women of Achievement Honorees for her work with Freedom Waters Foundation. A luncheon was held to honor the women, in Naples, on March 7, 2013.
Picture a U.S. Veteran isolated in his home; suffering from PTSD; struggling to get out his front door; unsure of himself and others; knowing what he is capable of and afraid that he may lose control, so he stays home, alone, lonely, isolated, and sometimes teetering on a desire to live…or not.Now, imagine that same Veteran pushing himself out his front door; reaching out to others with trepidation; being invited to go fishing or just for a relaxing boat ride with local community members donating their time and vessels.