Events & Community Partners
Aloia Roland is proud to support a variety of organizations throughout Southwest Florida. From nonprofits to service organizations, the team dedicates their time and believes whole-heartedly to giving back. Below you'll find some upcoming events and a list of community partners and causes.
Every spring anticipation builds annually as Community Cooperative and its constituents host the Sam Galloway Jr. & Friends Soup Kitchen Benefit to support the hungry and homeless in Lee County. Next year's 17th annual event is scheduled for March 4, 2021. With more than 650 guests and a fully donated southern-style dinner held inside the service garages at Sam Galloway Ford in Fort Myers. It's one of Southwest Florida’s signature fundraising events. Currently, table sponsorships are available. Aloia Roland is a proud sponsor and senior partner, Ty Roland, serves on the board of directors. Learn more by visiting the Community Cooperative website.
The mission of the Edison and Ford Winter Estates is to educate the public and inspire an inventive spirit by interpreting and preserving the innovations, legacies, artifacts, gardens, homes, laboratory, and other structures of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, emphasizing Florida history, science, horticulture, and the arts. Senior partner, Frank Aloia, Jr. serves as chair of the Board of Trustees. Learn more by visiting the Edison and Ford Winter Estates events website.
Rotary International is an international service organization whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian service and to advance goodwill and peace around the world. Aloia Roland team members are active in a variety of Southwest Florida clubs serving the community.
The Family Resource Center of Southwest Florida, Inc. is committed to providing a safe, neutral, and conflict-free environment for children and parents to reunite and thereby strengthen child-parent relationships. Family law attorney, Danielle Levy Seitz currently serves on the Board of Directors.
The American Board of Trial Advocates, founded in 1958, is an organization dedicated to defending the American civil justice system. With a membership of 6,700 experienced attorneys representing both plaintiffs and defendants in civil cases, ABOTA is uniquely qualified to speak about the value of the constitutionally mandated jury system as the protector of the rights of persons and property. Aloia Roland senior partners, Evan Lubell and Ty Roland are leaders in the Southwest Florida chapter. Evan currently serves as the president.