Funded Programs

COMMUNITY IMPACT GRANTS

As part of United Way of Martin County's total impact in the community, we provided 38 Community Impact Grants to 27 local nonprofit agencies this year. 

Click here or see below to view our funded programs. 


2024-2025 Funded Programs

Impact Areas: Education, Health, Financial Stability

  • 211 of the Palm Beach & Treasure Coast 
    • Crisis & Community Hotline: $34,000
      • Provides telephone counseling, crisis intervention, suicide prevention, and comprehensive information and referral services, 24 hours a day 7 days per week to individuals in need of support.
  • Alzheimer’s Community Care 
    • Family Navigator: $50,000
      • Provides services and resources for families living with Alzheimer's disease to enable them to care for their loved one at home with dignity and safety throughout the disease progression.
    • Specialized Day Care Center: $28,000
      • Provides therapeutic care for patients and much-needed respite for family caregivers.
  • ARC of the Treasure Coast
    • Alternative Behavioral Learning Environment (ABLE): $43,000
      • Provides education and training on employable skills including behavioral, communication, computer and other related vocational skills to persons with disabilities who have no other funding source for services.
    • Youth After School Camp: $15,000
      • Provides after-school and camp opportunities for youth ages 3 to 22 years of age with developmental disabilities.
  • Banner Lake Club
    • Beyond Summer Slide: $12,960
      • Combats the summer slide and sharpens rusty skills and forgotten knowledge that often challenges both teachers and students every school year.
    • Butterflies VPK: $10,000
      • Provides children a jumpstart by preparing them for school and enhancing their pre-reading, pre-math, language and social skills and is 100% tuition-free for all enrolled students.  
  • Caring Children Clothing Children (4C’s)
    • Clothing Program: $20,000
      • Provides at no cost, gently used clothing, new underwear and socks, and a voucher towards the cost of new school shoes.
  • Catholic Charities of the Diocese
    • Children & Family Counseling: $16,000
      • Provides Masters-level counselors, some multi-lingual, for children, adults, couples and families, seen as individuals or in groups, on a sliding scale fee.
  • Children’s Emergency Resources
    • Medical Services: $30,000
      • Pays for healthcare-related services for children from families at or below the poverty level who have no health insurance and/or are underinsured.
  • Council on Aging of Martin County 
    • Adult Day Club: $25,000
      • Enables seniors in Martin County to maintain independence by delaying institutional placement and providing respite services to their caregivers' families.
    • Meals on Wheels: $35,000
      • Prevents hunger by providing home-delivered meals to seniors identified as being homebound with limited access to nutritionally sound meals.
    • Senior Services Navigator*: $25,000
      • Helps with senior-related issues and available resources.
  • Drug Abuse Treatment Association (DATA)
    • Residential Treatment: $20,300
      • Provides residential substance abuse treatment program that is dedicated to serving males and females ages 13 through 18 with their addiction. 
  • Epilepsy Alliance Florida 
    • Medical Services & Case Management: $5,000
      • Promotes the health of individuals with epilepsy by providing affordable or no-cost neurological care including access to antiepileptic medications such as AEDs, and adjunct services such as blood tests and neuroimaging studies.
  • Helping People Succeed 
    • Baby Steps: $32,500
      • Provides individualized home-based and group parenting education, developmental play instruction, behavioral support, infant massage instruction, baby calming techniques, and early brain development education.
    • Community Living: $32,500
      • Provides adults with significant disabilities learning experiences in community environments by providing work and volunteer opportunities, educational classes, leisure, recreational and cultural activities.
  • Hibiscus Children’s Center
    • Shelter Literacy Program: $12,500
      • Provides a comprehensive approach to improve academic proficiency for abused and neglected children in Martin County residing at the Hibiscus Children's Shelter in Jensen Beach.
  • Hobe Sound Early Learning Center 
    • Small Group Instruction: $22,500
      • Enhances curriculums to ensure our students enter Kindergarten ready to succeed in school and life. The enhanced curriculum also focuses on developing all other aspects of the child’s development beyond the academic.    
  • Hope Center for Autism
    • Surviving Social Situations: $14,290
      • Provides scholarships and peer support for summer camp students and targets the development of social & executive function skills for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and related disabilities using a thematic approach.
  • Hope Rural School
    • Parent Outreach: $20,000
      • Provides parenting classes, garden projects and children’s wellness programs for parents and students in the Indiantown community. 
  • House of Hope 
    • Centers for Enrichment: $25,000
      • Provides empowering life skills trainings, vocational workshops and certifications all provided at no cost to the participants.
    • Client Choice Pantry: $38,500
      • Offers nutritious food options for food-insecure residents in Hobe Sound, Stuart, Jensen Beach, & Indiantown
    • Project HOPE: $47,250
      • Project HOPE (Helping Others Progress through Empowerment) assists qualified Martin County residents with rent/mortgage, utilities, prescriptions, medical co-pays, and other household or transportation expenses.
  • LifeBuilders of the Treasure Coast
    • Building Lives, Protecting Communities: $7,500
      • Seeks to reduce crime, recidivism, and assist low-income individuals who come in contact with the Treasure Coast courts as a consequence of criminal behavior or a dependency action.  
  • Little Lights Dentistry
    • Children’s Dental Clinic: $15,000
      • Provides dental services for children aged 12 months to 18 yrs, including comprehensive treatment plans, fillings and cleanings, as well as educational and nutritional information for both child and caregivers.  
  • Martin Chamber Foundation*
    • Career Connect Martin: $30,000
      • Helps unemployed and underemployed residents gain new skills, overcome employment barriers, and connect to local businesses struggling to hire, train and retain employees.
  • Martin County Healthy Start Coalition
    • Maternal Care Services: $36,000
      • Provides prenatal care, labor/delivery management and wrap-around services to Martin County's uninsured pregnant women and their newborns.
    • Father & Child Resource Center*: $5,000
      • Encourages men to become more involved and committed fathers by offering parenting classes, legal assistance for fathers who are separated from their children, and parenting workshops to other agencies.
  • Martin County School District
    • Getting Ready for Kindergarten: $25,000
      • Provides summer support for incoming Kindergarten students in Indiantown to help ensure students are achieving school readiness.    
  • Project LIFT - Hobe Sound Location*
    • Substance Abuse Prevention: $35,000
      • Offers an intensive 14-week program combining occupational skill development, substance abuse treatment, group and individual mental health therapy, mentoring and family functional treatment. 
  • SafeSpace
    • Domestic Violence Shelter: $50,000
      • Provides comprehensive programming to victims of domestic violence and their children to break the intergenerational cycle of abuse and ensure victims' safety while encouraging maximum self-sufficiency.  
  • Salvation Army
    • Basic Needs: $21,000
      • Provides crucial services needed to keep families healthy and in their homes such as assistance with rent, utility and prescriptions for families/individuals in crisis.
    • Compassion House: $40,000
      • Provides shelter, food, clothing and other necessities to homeless women and women with children while they work to transition to stable housing. 
  • Suncoast Mental Health Center
    • Supporting Our Students (SOS) & Families through Mental Health & Wellness: $25,000
      • Provides therapeutic services for the under and uninsured in Martin County schools. In addition, the program will now be available to all who qualify for assistance with mental health services.
  • The Inner Truth Project
    • Survivor Health Impact Pathways (SHIP): $15,000
      • Provides wrap-around mental health support for youth and adults in Martin County who have experienced sexual trauma.  
  • Tykes & Teens 
    • Targeted Case Management: $10,000
      • Provides wrap-around services for the students at Willoughby Learning Center.  
    • Therapeutic Services*: $30,000
      • Provides psychiatric services for children and adolescents ages 2–18 currently receiving therapy and services within our agency and for those receiving services from other health practitioners.
  • ​​​​​​​United Way of Martin County
    • Holiday Project
    • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Leaders United
    • Ride United
    • Students United
    • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
    • Volunteer United