Local Charities and Organizations

WIth so many great organizations and causes around the county, it is not possible to highlight them all.  We are simply highlighting some here as examples of organizations that are consistently meeting community needs.  We sincerely hope that when you are looking for opportunities to volunteer, you will take the time to research these and the many other great organizations to find one that is the best fit for your interests and will help you make a meaningful difference within the community.  If you want more information about a particular orgnaization, click the link under the photo to take you to their website.  If we have completed a more intimate review of the organization, you can find it by clicking on the photo.  A few helpful links that highlight volunteer opportunities and organizations include: Martin Volunteers, Great Non-Profits, Chamber of Commerce

Council on Aging

Meals on Wheels

900 SE Salerno Road
Stuart, Florida 34997

(772) 223-7800

 

Deliver meals to elderly residents who have limited ability to get out.  You may be the brightest part of their day.

Big Brothers, Big Sisters

5035 SE Federal Highway Stuart, FL 34997

(772) 283-8373

 

 

For more than 100 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people. 

Habitat Angel

4249 SW High Meadows Ave Palm City, FL. 34990.

(772) 678-0357

 

 

In partnership with Habitat for Humanity, Habitat Angel organizes an annual community improvement project in disadvantaged neighborhoods around the county. 

 

 

United Way

10 SE Central Parkway

Suite 101

Stuart, FL 34994

(772) 283-4800

 

The United Way of Martin County helps residents with their needs by investing in local programs that focus on one or more of these focus areas: Ending Hunger, Strengthening Families, Good Health, Solid Educaion, Job Opportunities and Ensuring Safety

Habitat for Humanity

2555 SE Bonita St,

Stuart, FL 34997
(772) 223-9940

 

They have built 112 homes in Martin County since 1986.  Habitat house are simple, decent and affordable to low-income families.   All the work they do is possible thanks to the hard work and dedicate of staff and volunteers, the sweat-equity of the home owners, and an outporing of support from donors and community partners

 

Molly's House

430 SE Osceola Street, Stuart, FL 34994-3577
(772) 223-6659

 

Molly's House, a purpose-built Hospital Hospitality House located in Stuart, has been keeping families together by providing short-term, affordale accomodations for the families of hospitalized loved ones and hospital outpaitents since 1996

Treasure Coast Hospice

1201 SE Indian St,

Stuart, FL 34997

(772) 403-4500

 

 Hospice care teams are made up of full-time, compassionate professionals and dedicated volunteers who offer physical, emotional, and spiritual care to those with serious illnesses and their loved ones.  They help patients and family fully share the time they have together

Treasure Coast Wildlife Center

8626 SW Citrus Boulevard

Palm City, FL 34990
772-286-6200

 

The Treasure Coast Wildlife Hospital has a been a community institution for 30 years.  They offer help for sick, injured and orphaned wild animals and information and eduction for visitors.

 

Martin County Living

3341 SW Martin Downs Blvd

Palm City, FL 34990

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