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PACE Center for Girls Collier is located in Immokalee, Florida and was founded in 1998. Since opening, PACE Collier has served over 1,200 girls. The center is located one block east of Main Street in downtown Immokalee. 

PACE Collier is one of 19 centers across Florida.  For more information on our statewide organization, click here.  For more information about PACE Collier click here .

To contact us call 239-377-9860 or click here for more contact information. Girls or others interested in attending or making a referral to PACE Collier please contact the Center and fill out the following referral form.

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The Players Club Fashion Show March 3, 30 dresses collected

Petunias of Naples April 10, 55 dresses collected

Lily Pulitzer April 18, 20 dresses collected

Mercato April 19, 153 dresses collected

Naples Princess April 22, 126 dresses collected

Naples Interagency Council Luncheon May 12, 37 dresses collected

Naples Laser and Med Spa May 28th 4pm-8pm

The Woodhouse Spa June 11th 5:30pm-7:30pm

Glamour Puss June 18th 5pm-7pm

International Design Source June 24th 5:30pm-7:30pm

Natalie's Skin Solutions July 16th 5:30pm-8:30pm

Seminole Casino Immokalee August 12th 6:30pm-8pm


Ongoing dress collection drop off locations:

A. Jaron Studio, Gartner, Petunias of Naples, First Florida Integrity Bank, London Bay Homes, Vineyards, Island Walk, & The Players Club & Spa at Lely.

Cheryl Baber
It was a simple question at the end of a tour at PACE Center for Girls in Immokalee that inspired one local resident to give in a big way.

About a year ago avid gardener Cheryl Baber asked the girls what the nonprofit most needed during an end-of-tour barbecue in the center’s courtyard. Upon Baber’s question, one girl responded that they really needed shade for their barren and hot courtyard.

Read the full article here


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Pictured left to right: Cindy Obrecht, Donna Brown, Marianne Kearns, Cheryl McDonnell, Gayle Nelson at Arthrex for the check presentation on Monday, January 14, 2014.

According to Cindy Obrecht, a member of the Arthrex Charitable Committee, "Several of our employees have personally toured the PACE Center in Immokalee and have seen first-hand what a life-changing difference this program makes in the lives of these young girls.  As a corporation, we not only want to make positive contributions to the field of medicine, but also to the local communities we serve."