As nonprofits brace for increased demand for services and dwindling resourcesThe Community Foundation Martin – St. Lucie has gathered key funders under an umbrella organization, the COVID-19 Funders’ Consortium.

House of Hope’s latest project tackles hunger and health with farm-fresh ideas about access to locally grown produce, supported in part by a $95,000 grant from The Community Foundation Martin-St. Lucie. The grant, gifted through the Frances Langford Fund for Martin County, is underwriting the expense to build a produce packing center at Growing Hope Farms in Palm City. 



TCF Proudly Announces the Joseph A. Catrambone Scholarship Fund – Established to Build a Strong, Skilled and Sustainable Workforce in Martin County

The Community Foundation Martin-St. Lucie is pleased to announce the Joseph A. Catrambone Scholarship Fund, which will provide scholarships to students in Martin County for continuing education in the vocational trades.



Ten Nonprofits Receive $344,765 in Langford Grant Funding

“Frances Langford’s generosity knew no bounds. We are so pleased that the grants awarded address needs across a wide range of sectors in our community: education, environmental research, literacy, social services, the arts, non-profit training, and historical preservation,” said Elizabeth Barbella, President & CEO of The Community Foundation, the steward of the Frances Langford Fund.

2 Years, 2 Impact 100 Chapters, 272 Women,

$379,000 in Funding for Local Non-Profits


Impact 100, a growing international philanthropic movement for women, has taken hold on the Treasure Coast and is creating positive change in our communities. The Community Foundation Martin-St. Lucie is proud to have played a role in bringing this important initiative to our area.


The Sailfish Point Foundation, Martin County’s largest private scholarship donor, is proud to announce it is partnering with The Community Foundation Martin-St. Lucie to enhance its scholarship program for Martin County high school graduates. The new agreement expands the program to include two-year college scholarships with options to renew for up to four years. The partnership, which is effective immediately, will benefit this year’s high school graduating class.


Community Foundation board members Jack Forde and Bunny Webb at the new offices of The Community Foundation Martin – St. Lucie in Monterey Commons in Stuart.