Calendar of events

HOA Meeting

Tuesday - November 26th @ 7pm

Red Hat Food Drive

Sunday - November 17th (See Below)

Happy Hour

Friday - December 6th @ 6pm

Hammock Cove Residents:

A new gym lock was installed today (10/16).  It is re-keyed to your current gym key.

Just insert the key and turn it and push the door open. You will not need to move the lever handle - the door can be pushed open as soon as you turn the key - EASY!!!



Our Red Hat volunteers will be coming around this Sunday, November 17 to collect your contributions for the Thanksgiving Sharing for needy families.  

Please have your food donations in bags at your mailbox by 1:00 PM.  

Any cash donations (or checks made out to cash) can be put in the bags or dropped off at Roseann (555 Sundance) or Denise (524 Sundance).

If you would like to participate in this event you can come to help us sort and box the food on Wednesday evening at 7 PM at the clubhouse.

Thank you all for your generosity over the years - we have helped hundreds of needy families and children.


Hammock Cove Residents:

The following letter was forwarded to us from a local charity.


Hammock Cove Board of Directors


Dear Friends:

Catch the Wave of Hope, a 501(c)(3) organization, is leading the way to prevent sex trafficking of children through awareness, education, restoration and legislation. If you have given in the past, thank you for your past donation, your generosity went directly towards our fight and helped save lives!

 During 2019 Catch the Wave of Hope has:

·     Hired our first Executive Director, a trauma informed therapist with extensive experience working with trafficking victims.

·     Helped law enforcement identify homes on the Treasure Coast used for trafficking.

·     Worked with local victims to assist them in gaining critical services.

·     Presented to over 1800 community members, ensuring they know how to protect our children and shining light on this growing epidemic.

·     Partnered with Florida legislators to identify gaps and enact legislation critical to providing better education and stiffer penalty for buyers.

·     Established critical partnerships with over 35 local organizations to collaborate on finding successful solutions for victims, while working to shut down existing operations. 

·     Embarked on a Treasure Coast campaign to educate the public and businesses about how to identify and prevent instances of human trafficking during the 2020 Miami Super Bowl.

Much has been accomplished this year and now Catch the Wave of Hope is launching two critical new campaigns:

·     In 2019, the Florida Legislature passed a requirement for Florida public schools to have mandatory training for K-12 students to identify dangers and warning signs of human trafficking. Catch the Wave of Hope has begun working with the Martin County School District to produce the required curriculum, with a goal to see this curriculum used in school systems across the state. 

·     In 2020, Catch the Wave of Hope will be opening a mobile resource center to provide direct services to victims. Through our research we have found the best way to reach victims is to go to where they are. This is the first step towards our long-term goal of addressing housing accommodations for victims.

If you would like to speak to us personally about our efforts, or would like a presentation given to a local organization, please let us know. We welcome the opportunity to further educate all about Catch the Wave of Hope and bring light to this horrific black-market crime.

Now more than ever we need your help to reach our goal of raising $150,000. We depend on the donations of concerned citizens like you, so that we can continue the work of protecting our children from this atrocity and offering services to victims in 2020. Monetary donations can be made by check to Catch The Wave of Hope and mailed to P.O. Box 1409 Palm City, FL 34991 or can be paid online at


Karissa Bolden
Executive Director