The Brotherhood of Heroes Resource Center aims to be the go to location for anyone that needs help in Cape Coral.
The Brotherhood of Heroes is home to the Lee County Sheriffs Department's Cape Coral Outreach Center, and is the location for regular food distributions in collaboration with the Gunterberg Foundation and Midwest Foodbank. The Brotherhood of Heroes Resource Center serves as the headquarters and meeting place for the Cape Coral Chapter of Disabled American Veterans, Korean War Vets, Military Order of the Purple Heart, the Marine League, American Merchant Marine Veterans, Destroyer Escort Sailors Association, Combat Infantrymen's Association, and the Cape Coral chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police, while enjoying partnerships with numerous community based organizations such as United Way, Mission United 211, and the AARP.
The Resource Center also offers a meeting room that is not only perfect for in-person meetings, but is also Zoom equipped for remote meetings. The meeting room is cleaned and disinfected after every use, and facemasks and hand sanitizer are always provided by the Brotherhood of Heroes.
New resources are constantly being added to the resource center, and the meeting room is available for bookings. Stop by or contact The Brotherhood of Heroes today to see how the Resource Center can help you!
The Brotherood of Heroes Resource Center Meeting Room is available for your next board meeting, club meeting, or even your next party. You can book the meeting room during regular hours for the full Brotherhood of Heroes experience, or book after hours for a private feel of the Museum & Resource Center.
Contact us today to see how The Brotherhood of Heroes can make sure your next event is a historic event!