Keys Last Stand, a defender of the Florida Keys’ quality of life since 1987, is stepping up its commitment to the preservation and sustainability of the Keys and Key West.
Last Stand has always championed sustainable land development, water quality improvements and the availability of affordable workforce housing. With the unprecedented challenges today, Keys Last Stand is taking action and spearheading a membership drive.
“The membership drive that we started last month has had a lot of early success. We have brought in hundreds of new supporters and donors. Giving Tuesday is an important day for nonprofits and a very generous donor has offered to match every donation made between now and November 28th when we will have a cocktail reception at the Gardens Hotel,” said Ann Olsen, president of Keys Last Stand.
The name “Last Stand” and its bugle logo have long symbolized the organization’s resilience and determination. With this fresh branding and community engagement, Keys Last Stand recommits to advocating, preserving and protecting the Keys and its inhabitants.
Those who are interested in supporting Last Stand or becoming a member are invited to the Gardens Hotel in Key West on Nov. 28, from 6 to 8 p.m. for Giving Tuesday. To attend, an RSVP is required via email to [email protected].