Cleveland Clinic Martin Health Foundation has been supporting the growing healthcare needs of our patients and communities for decades. Thanks to our supporters, the funds raised by the Cleveland Clinic Martin Health Foundation have provided access to cutting-edge technology, state-of-the-art facilities and education. Support for the foundation saves lives and ensures Cleveland Clinic Martin Health facilities are equipped to meet the ever growing and changing needs of our communities.

How to give

A history of service

Since 1939, Martin Health has provided life-saving care to the residents of the Treasure Coast – today, we serve 500,000 people.

The Martin Health Foundation was created in 1983 and has raised over $159 million since its inception. These funds help our community have access to cutting-edge technologies and equipment, skilled nurses and physicians, and new services like open-heart surgery.

As the only not-for-profit 501(c)(3) hospital in St. Lucie and Martin counties, we rely on your gifts to provide the medical excellence that our community expects and deserves. Your gift will make a difference in the lives of your families, friends and neighbors.

Contact us

Cleveland Clinic Martin Health Foundation
2135 SE Ocean Blvd.
Stuart, FL 34996


Cleveland Clinic Martin Health Foundation
PO Box 9010
Stuart, FL 34995
Phone: 772.223.5634

Donate Now Events


Special events are an important part of our fundraising efforts. They are opportunities to support critical healthcare initiatives at our local hospital. Individual and corporate sponsorships are a great way to get involved and fund vital services and programs within our communities.

Goombay Bash

This Caribbean-spirited event is hosted by the Cleveland Clinic Martin Health Foundation LifeSavers and benefits children’s services including the Mother Baby Inpatient and Outpatient Services, Pediatrics and Pediatric Rehab departments.

20th annual Goombay Bash highlights

Cleveland Clinic Martin Health Foundation’s 2022 Goombay Bash was held at the Mansion at Tuckahoe in Jensen Beach and raised more than $173,000 to support maternal child and pediatric services at Cleveland Clinic Martin Health. Since the inaugural event in 2002, the Annual Goombay Bash has raised over $2 million for Cleveland Clinic Martin Health with 100% of the funds benefitting thousands of maternity and pediatric care patients in our community.

The LifeSaver Committee

  • Philip Busch.
  • Bernadette Butler.
  • Aleisha Coleman.
  • Kathy Ergle.
  • Patrick Gleason.
  • Kyle Greene.
  • Beth Hawn.
  • Ryan Iosco.
  • Jeanna James.
  • Gaby Kiernan.
  • Jessica Kruger.
  • Kathlyn McGlynn.
  • Shannon Smith.
  • Andy Treadwell.
  • Katie Treadwell.
  • Maureen Vaillancourt.

Chrysanthemum Ball (Mum Ball)

This exclusive black-tie gala kicks off the Treasure Coast's social season in November and raises funds for special hospital projects.

2022 Chrysanthemum Ball highlights

On November 12, more than 180 community members gathered at the Elliott Museum in Stuart to support the first-ever clinical trial conducted by physician-scientist Houssein Abdul Sater, MD, through the Robert and Carol Weissman Cancer Center at Martin Health. The event featured a welcome reception, music, dancing, and a host of culinary delights and specialty cocktails and raised more than $550,000 to date. Since its inception in 1995, Cleveland Clinic Martin Health’s Chrysanthemum Ball has raised more than $17 million to advance critical care initiatives in the Treasure Coast.


Media inquiries

Media inquiries

Cleveland Clinic Martin Health Foundation staff are available for media interviews and can provide expert commentary regarding trends and insights related to all facets of charitable giving across the healthcare industry.

See below for contact information and details on arranging interviews or to inquire about speaking engagements.

Arlene Allen-Mitchell
Phone: 954.659.5028
Email: allena@ccf.org

Staff & Board of Directors

Staff & Board of Directors

As stewards of the community's investment in Cleveland Clinic Martin Health, the foundation staff and board of directors work collectively. We nurture relationships with individuals and organizations that support our mission to provide the highest quality care to our patients. Ensuring that local facilities keep pace with technology as well as the evolving needs of the communities we serve, is our highest priority.


Jessica McLain, MHA, CFRE
Chair of Philanthropy, FL Region

Victoria Peyton
Associate Chair of Philanthropy Operations FL Region

Delores "Dee" Eaton
Executive Asst. to Chair of Philanthropy

Vanessa Martinez
Administrative Program Coordinator

Alexandria “Xan” Anderson, MBA
Director of Development

Logan Randich
Asst. Director of Development

Jennifer Walton
Donor Liaison

Kari Reese
Donor Liaison

Brenda Gaffney
Donor Liaison

Board of Directors

Peggy Bousquette
Richard Boyle
Karen Croce
Karen Dakers, Chairman
Joseph Dockery
John Doody
John "Jack’" Forde, Past Chairman
Fernando Giachino
Merle Ginsburg
Peter Grimm
Per Heidenreich
John Keller, Past Chairman
William Lambert
Marylin Levitt
Tom Lytle
Michael Maroone, FL Reg. BOD Chairman
James Mondello, Secretary
Mark Palombi, Vice Chairman
George Ratcliffe
Frederic Salerno, Chairman, MMHS, Inc. Board of Trustees
George Sarner
Edward Savage, MD
Nancyann Taylor, Auxiliary President
Theora “Bunny” Webb
Robert Weissman, Director Emeritus
Nancy Wong

Ways To Give

Ways To Give

Giving to help others is a beautiful act. And every gift to Cleveland Clinic Martin Health Foundation helps ensure Cleveland Clinic Martin Health will continue to provide the best available healthcare to our communities. When you choose to support our local foundation, you become part of a lasting legacy of excellence in healthcare in St. Lucie and Martin Counties. On behalf of Cleveland Clinic Martin Health Foundation, thank you for your support.

What to give

  • Cash & pledges.
  • Stocks & bonds.
  • Closely held stock.
  • Real estate.
  • Personal property.
  • Retirements assets.
  • Life insurance.

Unrestricted support

If you do not have a specific priority that you would like to support with your gift, you can identify it as a General Unrestricted Fund contribution. This type of contribution allows our Foundations to fund emerging priorities and take advantage of unexpected opportunities. Unrestricted support helps to ensure Cleveland Clinic Martin Health is able to deliver the right care, right here.

How to give

  • Direct donation.
  • Amazon Smile (Select “Martin Memorial Foundation, Inc.).
  • Corporate sponsorships.
  • Annual.
  • Endowment.
  • Commemorative gifts.
  • Matching gifts.
  • Gifts by will.
  • Events.
  • Volunteer.
  • Planned giving.

Gift planning

  • Bequest.
  • Immediate gift annuity.
  • Deferred gift annuity.
  • Annuity trust (CRAT).
  • Charitable unitrust (CRUT).
  • Charitable lead trust.
  • Retained life estate.
  • Testamentary life.
  • Income gifts.

Cleveland Clinic Martin Health Foundation
Alexandria "Xan" Anderson, MBA
Director of Development

Logan Randich
Assistant Director of Development