kane center luncheon

kane center luncheon Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Tue, 2014-06-24 07:25 The Council on Aging of Martin County’s eighth annual spring fundraiser, “Flower Power!” …A Fashion Show for Philanthropy and Luncheon, was held at the Kane Center. Funds raised help to underwrite the Council on Aging’s comprehensive array of services for seniors in our community, including Meals on Wheels, an adult day program, geriatric specialty primary medical care, care management and caregiver support.Read more about kane center luncheon

Re/Max Of Stuart Celebration

Re/Max Of Stuart Celebration Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by epradeep on Fri, 2016-02-26 03:17 RE/MAX of Stuart celebrated its 35th anniversary and paid tribute to its founder, Mary Ann Villalva, at the Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast. The firm was recognized last November by the AFP of the Treasure Coast as Outstanding Corporate Philanthropist of the Treasure Coast for supporting more than 60 charities, non-profits and company causes, including donating $105,000 all toward the Children's Museum.Read more about Re/Max Of Stuart Celebration

The Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute Foundation ‘Love Your Lagoon’

The eighth annual sold-out event took place at the Quail Valley River Club, raising critical funding to benefit research and outreach on the Indian River Lagoon by the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute at FAU (HBOI). Proceeds from the event will fund the 2019 Indian River Lagoon Graduate Research Fellows program.

Dine Around Hobe Sound Progressive Dinner Party

Dine Around Hobe Sound Progressive Dinner Party Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Tue, 2015-01-06 03:09 The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce hosted its 2nd annual Progressive Dinner, with guests gathering at Taste Casual Dining for cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction. They then separated and progressed to one of nine homes for a dinner party. Scooters played host to the official after party with dancing late into the night. Read more about Dine Around Hobe Sound Progressive Dinner Party

‘A Paris Winter’s Night’ Benefit

More than 300 attended an elegant Parisian affair held at Mariner Sands Country Club to benefit the Little Treasures Pediatric Program of Treasure Coast Hospice. The event featured a live and silent auction, a raffle, dinner and dancing. Little Treasures offers pediatric palliative and hospice care to families in Martin and St. Lucie counties.   

‘Diamonds in the Ruff’ fundraiser

‘Diamonds in the Ruff’ fundraiser Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Wed, 2015-04-29 03:40 The Humane Society of the Treasure Coast celebrated 60 years at its annual Paws and Claws Gala, held at Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club. Hors d’oeuvres and cocktails were enjoyed by guests during the silent auction. Dinner, live auction and dancing rounded out the evening. More than $250,000 was raised to help sheltered animals.Read more about ‘Diamonds in the Ruff’ fundraiser
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Hot Shots: St. Lucie County Empty Bowls Project

Back in March, the Downtown Fort Pierce Farmer's Market set the scene for the fifteenth annual Empty Bowls Project

Dinner With Friends

Towering figures in the Treasure Coast arts world gathered at the home of artist Skip Hartzell for Stuart Magazine's annual "dinner party" feature, highlighted in the April issue. Guests mingled over hors d'oeuvres and wine with various topics discussed during a gourmet dinner created by Ooo-La-La Catering.

Charity Masquerade Dance Party

Charity Masquerade Dance Party Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Tue, 2015-01-06 03:09 Guests dressed up in masquerade were entertained by seven charities, each competing to raise funds through pledges and sponsorships at the Kane Center. The event was hosted by the Woman’s Club of Stuart and Fred Astaire Dance Studios of Stuart.Read more about Charity Masquerade Dance Party


HABITAT FOR HUMANITY ‘MR. STUDFINDER’ Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Tue, 2014-04-01 09:13 More than 150 people came out to Willoughby Golf Club to bid on the Treasure Coast’s most charitable businessmen and professionals, who donated their time and talents to benefit the Habitat for Humanity Women Build program. Proceeds will help build a home for the McIntyre family in the Carter Park community of Indiantown.Read more about HABITAT FOR HUMANITY ‘MR. STUDFINDER’


Nearly 500 people stopped by the home of the rescued horses at the Equine Rescue and Adoption Foundation, who teamed up with the Palm City Farms Trail Association to host an open house and fundraiser for both organizations. Guests enjoyed a barbecue, auctions, a variety of demonstrations in the arena and performances from local entertainment.

Hibiscus Children’s Center’s Jo Covelli Fashion Show

This special signature celebration held at Sailfish Point Golf Club included more than 200 women who enjoyed an afternoon of Champagne, silent auction items and raffle baskets, and a delicious lunch enjoyed with the sounds of Bobby and the Blisters.


PINE SCHOOL’s 34TH ANNUAL ‘EVENING AT AUCTION’ Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Wed, 2015-04-29 03:40 Pine School families and charitable members of the community joined the elegant gala “One Knight,” held at the Hobe Sound campus. The theme celebrated the joining of the schools onto one campus in Hobe Sound for the 2015-16 school year. The event featured dinner, dancing and silent and live auctions.Read more about PINE SCHOOL’s 34TH ANNUAL ‘EVENING AT AUCTION’

Samaritan Center ‘Taking Flight’ event

Samaritan Center ‘Taking Flight’ event Edit Delete Unpublish Submitted by admin on Tue, 2015-03-31 23:49 More than 200 guests supported the Samaritan Center for Boys & Families at the 10th Annual Great Chef Adventure. Held at Mariner Sands Country Club, guests were treated to a fabulous luncheon as prepared by the area’s most skilled chefs. A unique silent auction, entertainment from the boys and a fast-paced live auction added to the successful event.Read more about Samaritan Center ‘Taking Flight’ event

Molly’s House Breakfast Fundraiser

Molly’s House received $170,000 in pledges from supporters, which will be used toward general operating costs, allowing Molly’s House to continue providing sanctuary for more than 2,000 patients and family members each year.

Lean In Series

Jupiter Island resident Barbara Whitney Carr was the fifth speaker in the Lean In series hosted by Crary Buchanan Law, which invites remarkable women to speak unscripted about their professional lives, the roadblocks as well as the triumphs.  Ms. Carr is renowned for her work as a CEO leading two beloved Chicago landmark institutions: Chicago Botanical Gardens and the Lincoln Park Zoological Society, where her fundraising campaigns broke records. She serves on the board of the Everglades Foundation and is the first woman to be elected president of the Jupiter Island Club. 

Engel & Völkers Grand Opening

Hundreds of local leaders and high-profile attendees celebrated the grand opening of Engel & Völkers Stuart. With Special Olympics Martin County as its charity of choice, Engel & Völkers Stuart gave Special Olympian John Merritt, a gold medalist in surfing, the honor of cutting the grand opening ribbon.

Private Affair Announces ‘Coastal Detox’ Opening

A private holiday party hosted by Laura and Dean Crawford celebrated the opening of their new venture, Coastal Detox, and also supported the Thomas More Law Center. Attendees were ushered into the event by Martin County High School ROTC students. Guests enjoyed cocktails and appetizers while learning about the new center.

Elliot Museum’s ‘A View From Washington’ Luncheon

The Elliott Museum presented “A View from Washington,” a luncheon featuring Mara Liasson of Fox News and National Public Radio. A sold-out crowd filled the Willoughby Golf Club main dining room in Stuart, while discussions ensued about the Trump presidency, the news media and more.

Martin County Community Foundation Holiday Gathering

Martin County Community Foundation hosted a holiday celebration at its new Stuart location. New and existing board members along with guests were welcomed to ring in the season and celebrate the spirit of philanthropy in the community.