Make a difference today. Make a difference tomorrow.

Today, some of your frail elder neighbors are on waiting lists for food and care. As a private, not-for-profit organization, the Council on Aging of Martin County receives 68% of its funding through government grants.  But these grants are never enough to provide all that is lacking for disadvantaged seniors living in our community.

Giving Opportunities

Donate Today

A donation of just $7 will guarantee a hot, fresh, home-delivered meal to a senior in need. Donate today and help a disadvantaged senior today with your gift.

Annual Gifts

Choose an annual giving plan that fits in your budget. An annual gift of just $100 will provide a needy senior 14 home-delivered meals or two free days at the Day Club.

Legacy Gifts

A planned gift is a gift included in a will or trust that helps assure for a strong future for the Council on Aging of Martin County.
Our fundraising team is here to assist you with making the donation that will be most meaningful to you.
Michele Leigh Jacobs
Chief Philanthropic Officer
Louise Murtaugh
Annual Fund & Grants Manager

Giving Resources

Personal Affairs Record

Legacy Giving Quarterly Newsletter

Philanthropy Insider Update

A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services online at www.800helpfla.com or by calling toll free (800-435-7352) within the state.  Registration does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by the state.  The Council on Aging of Martin County’s solicitation registration number is CH2307.

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Area Agency on Aging

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