April Showers Baby Shower Rains Gifts for Martin County Families

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Employees of Martin County Clerk of the Court collected gifts for a previous Helping People Succeed Baby Shower
Article by: Glenna Parris

Helping People Succeed is coordinating a month-long “Baby Shower,” during April asking for “baby necessities” to be collected for families in need.

“April Shower” boxes will be placed in businesses throughout Martin County and will be collecting infant-type items such as developmental toys, baby clothing, rattles, books, diapers and wipes.

The items collected will directly benefit our children and families served through our Healthy Families program. Healthy Families offers support and services to families who may be experiencing stress in their lives that makes parenting more challenging. Services are offered through home visits with a Family Support Worker which may start before or shortly after the birth of a baby, and can continue until the child’s 5th birthday.

This outreach activity during the month of April allows the community to provide these much-needed items to our families. In many cases – the families who we serve may have not had a baby shower.

You can find an “April Shower” box and drop your items off at the following locations: All Creatures Animal Hospital, Beachcomber, Blossoms, Kimberly Dettori, DDS, MA, PA, Gary Law Group, Harbor Wear of Stuart, Helping People Succeed, Kinane Corporation, Martin County Clerk of the Court, Martin County Tax Appraiser Office, Palm City Chamber of Commerce, Sandhill Cove Retirement Living, Spraker & Prinz Attorneys and Thrivent Financial Services. A wish list and a list of these businesses, along with the addresses, can be found on our website at www.hpsfl.org.

April Showers will run through April 30th. For more information or to make a contribution, please contact Glenna Parris at 772-320-0778 or gparris@hpsfl.org.

Helping People Succeed is a local nonprofit organization that has been serving the Treasure Coast for more than 57 years. Through its diversified, effective program services – Helping People Succeed serves, on average, 8000 children and adults per year. The mission… Helping People Succeed transforms lives by realizing potential, creating hope and building futures through education, counseling, training and employment.

Founding Friends of Treasure Coast Hospice Support Treasure Coast Hospice Grief Programs

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In Photo: Jacki Nardone, Ginny Salamy and CEO Jackie Kendrick

Article & Photos by MaryAnn Ketcham
At a recent gathering at the Harbour Ridge home of Ginny Salamy, the Founding Friends of Treasure Coast Hospice Board Members ended their fiscal year by presenting CEO Jackie Kendrick a check for $125,000. Together with their Harbour Ridge community, the board members work tirelessly raising funds that enable Treasure Coast Hospice to continue to provide outstanding grief support programs to children and families.

Director of Grief Support & Pediatric Services Jacki Nardone expressed her gratitude and explained the donation's significance. "What most people don't know is that the grief support that we provide is a non-funded entity. Medicare requires that we offer grief counseling and support, but there are no dollars allotted to these services. A higher level of counseling is afforded to our clients, thanks to organizations such as the Founding Friends. Our team is truly grateful for the ongoing support and generosity of the Founding Friends."

From helping make children's wishes come true to identifying and supporting the kids and families most in need to helping fund programs such as Camp Good Grief, Children and Family Counseling, Family Retreats, and more, the Founding Friends of Treasure Coast Hospice play a significant role.

Attendees paid a loving tribute to Founding Friend Jody Braskamp, who passed away in February. Braskamp served as President of the organization from 2006-2008 and served on the Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation Board from 2008-2015.

"Jody had a shining heart that beat for Treasure Coast Hospice," said CEO Jackie Kendrick.

She then thanked the Founding Friends, especially Ginny Salamy, President, for their incredible dedication, innovation, and involvement, especially amid the COVID pandemic.

The get-together concluded with an introduction to the new Board of Directors. They are as follows: Lisa O'Neill, President; Chris Kaufman, V.P.; Kathy Kenny, Secretary; Glenda Byrne, Treasurer; Susan Griffin, Membership; Roberta Kulas, Hospitality; and Deb Schnabel, Publicity. Denise Boyle will serve as a Member Emeritus.

Incoming President Lisa O'Neill said that she hopes the organization can do even more this year as COVID begins to dissipate.

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In Photo: Ginny Salamy and CEO Jackie Kendrick

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In Photo: Incoming and Outgoing Presidents of Founding Friends- Lisa O'Neill and Ginny Salamy

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In Photo: Newly installed Board of Directors for Founding Friends

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Jensen Beach Chamber of Commerce April Luncheon Hosted by Olive Garden

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Jensen Beach - On Thursday, April 15, 2021 the Jensen Beach Chamber of Commerce had their April Luncheon at the Olive Garden in Jensen Beach. Approximately 70 people attended the luncheon all wore masks before lunch was served.

The speaker for the Luncheon was Joan Goodrich, Executive Director of Business Development Board of Martin County. Ms. Goodrich spoke about the new programs that the Development Board are bringing into the community to help businesses. Teaming with Martin County, the City of Stuart, NAACP of Martin County, Indian River State College and the Small Business Development Center, the BDBMC is unveiling an entrepreneurial initiative called "Side Hustle to Main Gig." This new program is running Tuesday evenings, May 11 through June 15 at the 10th Street Community Center, 724 S.E. 10th Street, Stuart. This is a 6-week course empowers individuals with the tools, tips and tactics to strengthen skills and market know how, positioning to trade the work they have to do for what they want to do.

The Business Development Board of Martin County is located at Stuart. For more information call them at: 1002 SE Monterey Commons Blvd.,Suite 207, Stuart. To learn more, visit www.bdbmc.org or call 772.221.1380.

Delicious Italian food and a great family atmosphere look no further than the Olive Garden located at 3447 NW Federal Way,Jensen Beach. Contact for more information at: 772.692-1593.

The Jensen Beach Chamber of Commerce stands as the advocate for the development of the business community, tourism and resource center that promotes member success." The Chamber is in downtown historic Jensen Beach. Through seminars, workshops, and monthly luncheons the Chamber provides members with many opportunities to network and enhance businesses. For more Information contact them at: (772) 334-3444.

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John’s Island Community Service League Awards $30,000 Grant to Tykes & Teens in Continued Support of Indian River ALTOSS Program

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Palm City – John’s Island Community Service League (JICSL) has awarded a $30,000 grant to Tykes & Teens, a leading provider of the highest quality, evidence-based mental health services and programs for children and adolescents for 25 years. The funding will support the Alternative to Out of School Suspension (ALTOSS) program in Indian River County that is housed at the Gifford Youth Achievement Center.

“The John’s Island Community Service League is a close and valued partner to Tykes & Teens, and we are honored and deeply appreciative to receive their continued support again this year,” said Tykes & Teens CEO Eric Garza, MHA, LCSW. “Their generous funding is increasing student success through our program that decreases the likelihood of future suspensions and other school struggles.”

“Teens on school suspension need help keeping up with their studies,” said John’s Island Community Service League Co-Chair Lynne Whipple. “Tykes & Teens’ ALTOSS program serves this need. Additionally, their mental health professionals work with the students to improve self-image and confidence. Their outcomes are impressive! 70 percent of their students are not re-suspended. JICSL is pleased to support this effort.”

Since 1999, Tykes & Teens has helped families and adolescent students experiencing difficulties in school to gain the stability and strength to interact positively in their daily environment. Their ALTOSS program helps students keep up with their school work while suspended and develop the skills to cope with their individual challenges. It is a free program open to Indian River County and Martin County middle and high school students who have been suspended from school. ALTOSS provides a safe, structured and educational experience for children during their suspension. The goal is to give parents peace of mind while providing an opportunity for children to growth. ALTOSS has been proven to be effective in decreasing repeat suspensions by using targeted activities to increase the student’s awareness of the importance of positive character, relationships, respect and cooperation. Seventy percent of students who attend this program do not get resuspended. For more information, visit ALTOSS.

In addition to the ALTOSS program, Tykes & Teens’ Indian River programming includes, Infant Mental Health, Healthy Families Indian River County, School-Based Services and Prevention Services, including Trauma-Informed Care, as well as Psychiatric Services and Targeted Case Management.

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Treasure Coast Food Bank, Walmart, Sam’s Club and Feeding America® Launch the ‘Fight Hunger Spark Change'

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Spark Change’ Campaign to Help Treasure Coast Food Bank Provide Meals to People in Need Food Bank Continues to Address Increased Need Caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic

Fort Pierce– One year after the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered businesses and jobs, Treasure Coast Food Bank continues to see record numbers of people facing food insecurity. For many it will be the first time in their lives that they struggle to put food on their table.

That is why Walmart and Sam’s Club are supporting Treasure Coast Food Bank and the entire Feeding America® nationwide network of food banks through the Fight Hunger. Spark Change campaign. Now in its eighth year, the campaign has been a way for Walmart and Sam’s Club to partner with suppliers, customers and members to help provide food to people in need.

The Fight Hunger. Spark Change campaign will run in stores and online from now through May 3, 2021. There are three easy ways for customers and members to participate:

Donate at check-out in stores and clubs, or at either www.FeedingAmerica.org/Walmart or www.FeedingAmerica.org/SamsClub.Round-up at check-out on Walmart.com and the Walmart app.

Buy products from participating suppliers. For every participating product purchased in stores or online at Walmart.com or SamsClub.com, suppliers will donate the equivalent of at least one meal ($0.10) on behalf of a Feeding America member food bank at Walmart and five meals ($0.50) at Sam’s Club, up to applicable limits. See specially marked packages for full details.

“With so many thousands of people continuing to struggle, Walmart’s Fight Hunger. Spark Change campaign means more than ever,” said Judith Cruz, President and CEO of Treasure Coast Food Bank. “We appreciate the many partnerships we’ve had with Walmart that help us provide meals to those in need, and we’re grateful to everyone who takes part.”

During the pandemic, Treasure Coast Food Bank has continually devised new programs to reach people in need of food with drive-through mobile distributions, curb-side distributions, and even home deliveries for people who had no other way of accessing food.

“Fighting hunger means more than just feeding people. It means helping them on a path to fulfill their potential, because nutritious food is the foundation for good health and wellbeing,” said Kathleen McLaughlin, executive vice president and chief sustainability officer for Walmart. “Central to our mission at Walmart is helping people live better and that includes ensuring they have access to nutritious food. In its eighth year, Fight Hunger. Spark Change continues to provide communities a way to support local food banks alongside their neighbors, trusted brands and their local Walmart and Sam’s Club.”

Each Walmart and Sam’s Club will partner with at least one local Feeding America food bank, and the 27 participating suppliers include: Abbott, Bodyarmor, Bush Brothers & Company, Campbell Soup Company, Clif Bar & Company, Ferrera Candy Company, General Mills, Great Value, Iovate Health Sciences, J.M. Smucker, Kellogg’s, Keurig/Mott’s, Kitu Coffee, Kraft Heinz, Materne North America, Mighty Spark, Monster Energy, PEPSICO, Post Consumer Brands, Purina, Simply Good Foods, Strong Roots, The Coca-Cola Company, The Clorox Company, This Saves Lives, Unilever and United States Nutrition.

To learn more about the campaign visit: stophunger.org/fighthunger.

Impact100 Martin Awards $100,000 Grants To House of Hope and SafeSpace

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In Photo: Ann Barwig and Denise Belizar welcomed attendees to Impact100 Martin’s Grant Awards Celebration

Article by: Jackie Holfelder
Photo by: Liz McKinley

At Impact100 Martin’s annual Grant Awards Celebration on April 8 at the Pittenger Center at St. Mary’s Church in Stuart, members of the women’s philanthropic organization voted to award Impact Grants of $100,000 each to House of Hope and SafeSpace. Other finalists were Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County and New Horizons of the Treasure Coast, Inc.

Impact100 Martin is committed to creating positive, lasting change through collective giving. Since its founding in 2017, it has awarded nearly $700,000 in grants to area nonprofit organizations.

During the hybrid event, some 90 members, along with finalists and sponsors, attended in person, while other members and guests held watch parties or viewed on their own virtually. Each nonprofit was given seven minutes to present the project that would have a lasting impact on our community for which they were seeking funding.

After members voted electronically, House of Hope and SafeSpace were selected to receive grants of $100,000 each.

To see the presentations or to watch the entire event, visit www.impact100martin.org/news-events/#videos

Sponsors of Impact100 Martin’s Grant Award Celebration were HBKS Wealth Advisors/HBK CPAs & Consultants, Wong Family Foundation, Florida Power and Light Co., PNC Wealth Management, Sandhill Cove Retirement Living, Seacoast Bank, The Arati Hammond Real Estate Team, Camp Bow Wow, First Citizens Bank and Suzi Romanik - Heliographis.

Impact 100 Martin empowers women to create positive, lasting change in Martin County through collective giving. The philanthropic organization maintains a field of interest fund with The Community Foundation Martin-St. Lucie, and is a chapter of the global Impact100 Council.

To learn more, become a member or renew your membership, visit www.impact100martin.org., email impact100martinfl@gmail.com or call 772-288-3795.

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Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce April Breakfast Sponsored by Townsend Financial Life Management

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Hobe Sound – On Tuesday, April 8, 2021 The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce had their April Breakfast at Miles Grant Golf & Country Club. The event was well attended with approximately 80 attendees. Attendees all wore masks and socially distance throughout the event. Breakfast was served by staff of the country club. Miles Grant is located at: 5101 SE Miles Grant Road in Stuart. For more information contact them at:772.286.2220.

The Sponsor for the breakfast was Al Townsend with Townsend Financial Life Management. Mr. Townsend spoke about the different services that he has to offer the community. Their mission is to provide personalized financial advice that minimizes their clients’ financial concerns and seeks to support their security. The professional staff at Townsend Financial understands that every client has unique needs. Their role is to help them make smart, well-informed decisions about their wealth - providing greater financial independence, peace of mind, and the ability to achieve their life goals.The are located at 601 Heritage Drive

Suite 122,in Jupiter, or call them at: 561-578-4669.

Guest speaker for the breakfast was George Stokus Assistant Martin County Administrator. Mr. Stokus spoke about The Business Renewal Program, designed to help businesses that were required to close or limit operations due to the Coronavirus pandemic.He also spoke about the different improvements throughout the communities. Mr. Stokus answered questions from members of the chamber. His office is located at: 2401 SE Monterey Rd. in Stuart. To contact him:772-221-2352.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, business support and always gives back to their community. They are located at: 8958 SE Bridge Rd, Hobe Sound. Contact them at: 772-546-4724

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Wine Women & Shoes Fundraiser Returns To Vero in 2021 Benefiting weVENTURE Women’s Business Center

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Wine Women & Shoes Fundraiser Returns to Vero in 2021 Benefiting weVENTURE Women’s Business Center

Vero Beach – Break out your power pumps and sexy stilettos and start planning your outfit now— Wine Women & Shoes event is returning to Vero Beach November 18th, 2021 at Sun Aviation Hangar in Vero Beach.

WW&S events are all about putting the “fun” in fundraiser, giving women the opportunity to get glamorous with their girlfriends while enjoying incredible varietals from top winemakers––all for a good cause.

This year, presenting sponsor Dr. Alan Durkin of Ocean Drive Plastic Surgery is pleased to announce that weVENTURE Women’s Business Center in the Florida Tech Bisk College of Business will be the non-profit beneficiary of the 2021 WW&S.

“I can’t think of a better pairing than this,” stated Dr. Durkin. “There is a growing awareness that the biases of gender and race hold us back rather than propel us forward. Ocean Drive strives to support this awareness in every way possible.

weVenture WBC is a remarkable organization that provides women with the business opportunities and the empowerment that they deserve. As a father to a daughter, and a husband who bettered himself by “marrying up”, I am personally and professionally honored to support this progressive and thoughtful organization."

weVENTURE WBC provides low and no-cost business education and training to entrepreneurs in Brevard, Indian River and St. Lucie Counties. Since 2007, this non-profit program, funded in part by the U.S. Small Business administration, has grown to serve over 600 clients a year and is the leading regional resource for woman-owned businesses.

The economic challenges of COVID-19 have been dubbed a “she-cession” due to the disproportionate impact it has had on women – and especially women owned businesses – who are more likely to be in the hardest hit industries of food service, hospitality, retail, personal services, and health care.

“There is no question there is an increased demand for our services,” states Kathryn Rudloff, Executive Director of weVENTURE WBC. She notes it is not all bad news, as research has shown women-owned businesses were much more likely than male owned small businesses to have already had an online presence, allowing them to take advantage of the rapid increase in virtual commerce. “Many women-owned small businesses are thriving through COVID, and we want to help them continue to grow!”

Proceeds from the 2021 WW&S event will allow weVENTURE WBC to expand capacity to serve more women on the Space and Treasure Coasts. It will again feature wine tastings, a shoppable multi-designer marketplace, and charming Shoe Guys™ serving up this season’s must-haves on silver platters—all signature attractions that make WW&S fundraisers such a swirlin’-and-stylin’ success.

In addition to shopping for peep-toes while sipping Pinots, guests will enjoy a fashion show and the chance to win jewelry and trips, including a tasting experience and stay in wine country, a North Carolina mountain getaway and surf shack in Puerto Rico.

Sponsorship opportunities are now available, and a volunteer committee is being formed to help bring this fantastic event to life. There will be an information session on Monday April 19th at 4:30pm, with option to join

Treasure Coast Premier Women’s Network April Meeting at Tutto Fresco

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Port St. Lucie - On Tuesday, April 6, 2021 Tutto Fresco in Port St. Lucie hosted the Treasure Coast Premier Women’s Network. Tutto Fresco is known for their traditional Italian recipes from various regions of Italy, from as far north as Bologna and surrounding areas to as far south as Naples. Celebrating their owner’s family heritage, they also feature some family specialties from Sicily. They are located at: 9501 Reserve Blvd. in Port St. Lucie. To make a reservation: 772.464.8988

The mission of the Treasure Coast Premier Women’s Network is to Uplift, Encourage and Inspire all women in business and career seekers to achieve their highest capabilities through networking and education.

The Treasure Coast Premier Women's Network has three meetings each month for women looking to network and promote. The Vero Beach Women’s Networking meets the 2nd Friday of each month. Next, the Stuart luncheon meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month. Whereas, the Port St. Lucie luncheon meets the 1st Tuesday of each month. Each meeting opens for check-in at 11:30am and runs through 1:30pm with the program starting promptly at 12pm. The event host is Anna Valencia Tillery of White Glove Moving & Storage.

To attend these luncheon's you must pay online using Eventbrite and all questions can be sent via email to AnnaV@WhiteGloveUSA.net. Subsequently, the hostess is your main contact before, during and after the event.

All ladies are incouraged to wear a name badge, bring business cards and bring 1 door prize. During the lunch there is a speaker and an opportunity for everyone to give a 30 second commercial about their business or service. A portion of the proceeds does help to support two local charities each year with a tangible need when we are not limited to seating due to covid. Additionally, there is time set for door prizes and testimonials at the end of the lunch; one must be present to win. Please note door prizes are to be an actual item or complimentary experience. Discounts for services can be with a prize but are not to be given on their own.

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Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce March Business After Hours & Ribbon Cutting

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Hobe Sound – On Thursday, March 31, 2021 the Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce had their March Business After Hours at Peggy’s Natural Foods in Hobe Sound. The event was well attended with outside socially distance throughout the event.

Peggy’s Natural Foods just opened their new location at 10471 SE. Federal Highway, Hobe Sound. Peggy, friends, and members of the Hobe Sound Chamber celebrated her new opening with a ribbon cutting. Peggy Ranger is a licensed and certified Nutritionist, with a master’s degree in education. She has owned and operated Peggy's Natural Foods for 38 years. Peggy’s offers a full-service retail health store carrying a wide variety of natural and organic foods and supplements designed to satisfy all your health requirements and dietary needs be they Vegan, KETO, Paleo, Dairy FREE, Gluten FREE and more. A buffet of different delicious foods and products were provided by Peggy’s Natural Foods during the event. For more information visit their website: https://peggysnaturalfoods.com/.

During the event Lainey Muenich, Chief Executive Officer of the Hobe Sound Chamber introduced Mr. Timothy Gaglio owner of The Grille at Martin's Landing. Joining in the new opening of Peggy’s Natural Foods he also has opening his new restaurant and wanted to let people see what fabulous food he has to offer.  Going inside to the restaurant it is beautiful! With a friendly staff to greet you and wait on your every need. Seating inside is a beautiful warm experience sure not to disappointment.  For more information call them at:772.400.1911.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, business support and always gives back to their community.  They are located at: 8958 SE Bridge Rd, Hobe Sound. Contact them at: 772-546-4724.

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