Our Impact

2018 Inaugural Impact Grant Recipient | Project LIFT

2019 Impact Grant Recipient | The Education Foundation of Martin County

2020 | The Funders’ Consortium of Martin County

2020 Grants $224,000

The Funders’ Consortium of Martin County

Impact100 Martin is helping local nonprofits during the COVID-19 crisis. Our membership’s overwhelming vote to approve a one-time-only departure from our regular grant award process has allowed us to have an immediate impact on those who need assistance as a result of the pandemic. For more information [click here]

Grants have been awarded to:

ARC of Martin County
Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County
Council on Aging
Hope Rural School
House of Hope
Light of the World Charities
The Salvation Army of Martin, St. Lucie and Okeechobee Counties
Tykes & Teens
Volunteers in Medicine

2019 Grants $151,000

Education Foundation of Martin County

Mission:To enrich and enhance educational opportunities for all students and teachers in Martin County through effective fundraising efforts, positive collaborative partnerships, innovative programming and efficient allocation of resources.

$100,000 Impact Grant: EFMC PLAYS Across the District – to expand a current pilot project which uses research-based guided play and leveled books in kindergarten classrooms to promote language, literacy and social interaction with students. The expansion would be to all elementary schools in Martin County and the Hope Center for Autism.  Read update here.

Florida Oceanographic Society

Mission: To inspire environmental stewardship of Florida’s coastal ecosystems through education, research and advocacy.

Received a $25,000 grant for expanding shell recycling capacity and building living shoreline at 3 sites in Martin County to improve water quality, restore habitats and protect shorelines from erosion.

Tykes & Teens

Mission: Prioritizing children’s mental health in our families, schools, and communities through prevention, education, and treatment.

Received a $25,000 grant to alleviate capacity issues at its Palm City office by establishing group services using the Positive Action Curriculum.

2018 Grants $107,000

Project Lift

Mission: Dedicated to improving lives of at-risk teens through substance abuse treatment, mental health counseling, vocational skills training and mentoring.

$100,000 Impact Grant: Launch of Pathway Academy of Innovation to provide at-risk teens with an alternative way to obtain a high school diploma as well as vocational skills.

Read Project Lift’s Final Report

House of Hope

Mission: To empower Martin County residents to overcome hunger and hardship.

Received a $3,500 grant for general use.

Tykes & Teens

Mission: Prioritizing children’s mental health in our families, schools, and communities through prevention, education, and treatment.

Received a $3,500 grant for general use.