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FORT MYERS, Fla. (March 26, 2024) – A team of employees from Seagate Development Group recently volunteered for a beach cleanup on Fort Myers Beach . The beach cleanup was in support of the Fort Myers Beach Woman’s Club fundraising concert.

In 2022, the Fort Myers Beach Woman’s Club lost their clubhouse due to storm damage from Hurricane Ian. Seagate employees and other volunteers came together to clean up the vacant land to prepare for their fundraising concert, which raised $6,500 to benefit the Fort Myers Beach Woman’s Club philanthropic efforts.   

“We are proud to have one of our own employees as a member of the Fort Myers Beach Woman’s Club,” said Matthew C. Price, chief executive officer and partner of Seagate Development Group. “It’s a rewarding experience to have our employees and their family members make a direct impact in our community. We look forward to continuing to support such an inspirational group.”

Seagate also donated 20 dumpsters from Southwest Waste to dispose of everything collected during the beach cleanup event.   

The Fort Myers Beach Woman’s Club was organized by a group of community women in 1950 to benefit the residents of Fort Myers Beach through philanthropic activities along with a long-range venture with the Beach Improvement Association. The Woman’s Club became instrumentally involved with the beautification, gardening and cleaning up of the beach. For more information, visit