What is the “The Village Club & Preserve”? Who are the directors?
The Village Club & Preserve is a 501(c)3 non-profit entity, registered in the state of Florida. Its seven directors are Krista Singleton (president), Dave Webb (vice president), Sue Andersen (secretary), Todd Rosenhaus (director), Kristy Roman (director), Cynthia Hale (director), and Matt Saum (director). The Village Club & Preserve received their 501(c)3 tax-exempt determination letter from the IRS in September 2018. We have four mission focused areas that provide programming on the property--centered on athletics, education, partnership with other local non-profits, and providing membership opportunities for others to enjoy our grounds.
Who manages The Village Club & Preserve (VCP)?
The VCP is overseen by a volunteer board of directors, volunteer Executive Director Krista Singleton, and one employee, Joe Genson (operations manager). Our community is rich with talent and many have stepped forward over the last 18 months to offer their expertise. Our operations are aided by a number of key volunteer committees--programming, continuing education, social, volunteer, events, membership, and fundraising. .
Who is able to access The Village Club & Preserve property?
Our “Friends of the Village” (pledging members) have access to the grounds and facilities within operating hours and have full-view to any calendar of events and/or lessons. Many of our programs and classes are open to the general public for a fee--see the event calendar for details.
Beyond our pledging members, our programming early on will focus on swim and tennis lessons for local youth, which we foresee serving children in the Treasure Coast community. We are partnering with Pat Toner/H20 Kids, a respected local swim school, with an established $10,000 scholarship fund to offset the costs for families who would not otherwise be able to afford lessons. We also plan to offer affordable tennis instruction during the week, as well as a summer art, tennis, and swim camp for kids.
Will my donation be tax deductible?
We are a Florida non-profit, 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization.
What does the property look like? What amenities does it have?
Click here to view our one-page property overview.
Who can make donations and become a member?
Anyone! Residents of the West Villages and Crane Creek, as well as the surrounding Treasure Coast community, are able to become members by making a one-time capital campaign donation and pledging ongoing dues of $40/month. See "How to Give" for more detail.