Charity Datebook 2018 - 2019

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Education Foundation of Martin County1650 S. Kanner Highway, Ste. 212 Stuart FL 34994About Charity: For more than 25 years, the Education Foundation of Martin County has been recognized for facilitating private investment in public education while creating, supporting and promoting world-class innovation and excellence in all of Martin County’s public schools. Signature programs include Literacy Initiatives; Elementary Book Bowl; Innovative Project Grants; Robotics; Artist Residencies; STEAM Initiative (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math); Re-Engineering Algebra; Professional Development; and Martin County Teacher of the Year. The foundation’s “Your Classroom Connection” campaign is aimed at connecting our community to local classrooms. The campaign highlights the foundation’s original online modules: Adopt-a-Class, Fund-a-Project and Bulletin Board.More Details
Elliott Museum825 NE Ocean Blvd. Stuart FL 34996About Charity: The Elliott Museum enriches the community through a wide variety of exhibits, collections, classes, guided tours and lectures, all designed to serve the interests of the people who live in and visit the Treasure Coast. We are the treasure of the Treasure Coast. You will find a significant collection of classic cars, trucks, bicycles and boats; baseball memorabilia; local history, Americana; a variety of art, a tribute to actress Frances Langford; and even a Foucault Pendulum. Volunteers help with almost every aspect of the museum and are a valued part of our team.More Details
Environmental Studies Council2900 NE Indian River Drive Jensen Beach FL 34957About Charity: The Environmental Studies Council was established to support, protect and enhance the unique environmental education programs of the Environmental Studies Center. The council promotes and extends environmental awareness through community education and supports the center’s science-based, hands-on environmental education curriculum to students in Martin County. Throughout the year, the council hosts free open house events for the public interested in touring the aquariums, shark tank, turtle tank, Joey the Alligator and butterfly garden. The council most recently raised funds for a new sea turtle exhibit, mangrove exhibit and renovations to the River Scout, the center’s boat used for exploratory field trips.More Details
Equine Rescue and Adoption Foundation6400 SW Martin Highway Palm City FL 34990About Charity: The Equine Rescue and Adoption Foundation, Inc. (ERAF) is a non-profit 501c3 organization devoted to the rescue, rehabilitation, re-education and adoption of abused, slaughter-bound, abandoned and neglected horses. Volunteers are the backbone of our organization. Volunteer activities include: working in the barn and pastures; grooming and feeding horses; landscaping; helping with special events and fundraising; and office work. Not all jobs require contact with the horses. To learn more, visit our website and complete the form in the About Us section. Orientation is held monthly.More Details
Executive Women of the Palm Beaches Foundation2701 N. Australian Ave., Ste. 205 West Palm Beach FL 33407About Charity: Executive Women of the Palm Beaches Foundation was founded by Cynthia Allen Gracey and other senior professional and executive women in Palm Beach County to support and advance women in business and community leadership. Today, EWPBF’s membership includes leaders in arts and culture, business, construction, education, government, healthcare, law, publishing, real estate and many other business endeavors. The organization has awarded more than 200 scholarships to deserving young women and more than 40 significant grants to local non-profit programs.More Details