Two years ago, amid Covid 19, Paola Noguera dared to go against the odds to start Coco Y Cabana. Her vision was to spread love one garment at a time. She was committed to the people of Sanibel and all who visited. Her soft spot is helping those in need. Her commitment was not only to impact the lives of her customers but to be a platform for women who are just starting their business venture. Hurricane Ian changed all that for her on September 27th, when Sanibel Island took direct impact from a Category 4 hurricane. No one could have predicted the water surge that accompanied him. The raised Village shops did not protect Coco y Cabana, which was destroyed. Our community is destroyed. We know the entire island is hurt, and we are all trying to rebuild as best as possible. It will be months before you can get to the island via vehicle. We will unlikely get the necessary aid to rebuild. We humbly ask you to continue to support Coco y Cabana's mission. I came to Paola's side to keep investing in Coco y Cabana's future! This money will go to our debtors while helping to rebuild our online store. With your generosity, we might have an opportunity to keep the dream alive. We know the road to recovery is long, yet we remain hopeful in Jesus. Coco Strong!
The creator Nicole P.
Coco y Cabana Paola Noguera