By hosting your event at The Kane, you are supporting the Council on Aging of Martin County!
The Kane Center is the home of the Council on Aging of Martin County - a private, non-profit organization that has served our area's seniors for over four decades.
The Council's mission is to be the primary provider of comprehensive life-saving and life-improving services and programs for seniors in Martin County. Itsvision is seniors living well at any age, remaining independent and living in a home-like environment.
Proceeds from event rentals at The Kane support the Council's many services, including Meals on Wheels, the Adult Day Club, the Joseph C. & Ann S. Day Medical Center, Care Management and Caregiver Support. The Council is the longest-standing organization in the county dedicated to serving our senior population.
The Charles and Rae Kane Center is the home of the Council on Aging of Martin County. The Kane Center is specially designed for seniors of all capabilities and walks of life – as well as their families and caregivers – to come together in a secure, comfortable atmosphere where they truly feel at home.
Named for a local couple who have championed senior issues for decades, the $15 million facility was developed through a public/philanthropic partnership, including $5.8 million from public funds, the Florida Legislature and a grant from the Florida Department of Elder Affairs.
The Kane Center is a nine-acre wooded campus located on Salerno Road just east of Kanner Highway. It is less than one mile from Martin Memorial South Hospital, the Robert Morgade branch of the Martin County Library System and the Chastain Campus of IRSC.