Indiantown Building Campaign

Opportunity Awaits the Children & Teens of Indiantown
In 2008 the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County committed to providing a new and permanent space to implement comprehensive youth development programs for Indiantown’s children and teens ages six to 18. Hooks Construction has been hired, and in 2012 construction will begin on a new 22,000 sq.ft. facility in the heart of Indiantown. The ground has been broken and infrastructure construction has begun!


Designed by Stuart-based architectural firm OCampo & Associates, the new clubhouse features a full-size gymnasium, performing arts space, learning & technology labs, a kitchen, and plenty of space to build and develop the potential of Indiantown’s most extraordinary asset —its children-- through Education & Career Development, Character Leadership Development, Health & Life Skills, The Arts and Sports, Fitness & Recreation.

Program effectiveness in the areas of Academic Success, Good Character and Civic Engagement and Healthy Lifestyles is a priority of ours, and as with all our Clubs will be measured using our Formula for Impact.


Be a part of this exciting initiative
Our campaign to provide the children and teens of Indiantown, both today and tomorrow, with a healthy, fun, and safe Club experience is still going strong!

We recently launched a $1 million operating reserve campaign that will ensure a sustainable financial future for the Indiantown's Club's operating needs.  

To learn more about Indiantown and our campaign, to be added to our mailing list for campaign news, or to schedule a tour, please contact Renee Booth, Director of Development at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County, at 772.545.1255 or


Community Challenge

Thanks to a matching grant from the Deerbrook Charitable Trust and other generous individuals, any gift you make will have double the impact and will help build a great future for Indiantown's children and teens.  Click here to learn how! 

Be a dream keeper for a family in Indiantown through education and empowerment.

Your gift will change a life, and open the door to a great future!

Key Stats

Per capita income in Indiantown is $12,745. 

37% of all individuals in Indiantown live below the poverty line, compared to 14% in Martin County.

90% of our Indiantown Club Members receive free or reduced-cost lunch.

57% of individuals in Indiantown are high school graduates.

52% of elementary school children in Indiantown are obese or at risk for obesity.

Boys & Girls Club membership costs $35 a year. Scholarships are available and BGCMC will never turn away a child because of their family’s inability to pay.