ASSOCIATION SUPPORT CENTER 6373 N. Quail Hollow Rd. Suite 201 Memphis, TN 38120 901.766.7677
RIC NUBER YMCA 5885 Quince Road Memphis, TN 38119 901.682.8025
SWEENEY YMCA 5959 Park Avenue Memphis, TN 38119 901.765.3105
CHURCH HEALTH YMCA 1350 Concourse Avenue Suite 241 Memphis, TN 38104 901.505.0910
OLIVE BRANCH FAMILY YMCA 8555 Goodman Road Olive Branch, MS 38654 662.890.9622
NORTHWEST GIBSON COUNTY YMCA 110 YMCA Drive Trenton, TN 38382 731.470.4277
CORDOVA FAMILY YMCA 7950 Club Center Cove Cordova, TN 38016 901.755.2123
OXFORD YMCA 703 North Lamar Oxford, MS 38655 662.371.1500
Y-CAP MEMPHIS 4060 Park Avenue Memphis, TN 38111 901.746.9411
THOMAS B. DAVIS YMCA 4727 Elvis Presley Boulevard Memphis, TN 38116 901.398.2366
YMCA AT SCHILLING FARMS 1185 Schilling Boulevard East Collierville, TN 38017 901.850.9622
YMCA CHILDCARE SERVICES 6373 N. Quail Hollow Rd. Suite 201 Memphis, TN 38120 901.505.0959
FOGELMAN DOWNTOWN YMCA 245 Madison Avenue Memphis, TN 38103 901.527.9622
MILLINGTON FAMILY YMCA 7725 East Navy Circle Millington, TN 38053 901.873.1434
2018 ANNUAL REPORT YMCA OF MEMPHIS & THE MID-SOUTH
MAKING AN IMPACT
Dear Friends, It is hard to imagine our communities without the YMCA. This deeply rooted organization continues to fulfill our mission of putting Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. As one of the largest community service organizations in the Mid-South, volunteers and donors enable us to fulfill our mission of serving all. Today, our Association has 11 branches, serving over 80,000 members and program participants. In 2018, over $2.5 million in financial assistance was provided to individuals and families to improve overall health and wellbeing, provide affordable childcare through Summer Day Camp and Before & Afterschool Care, and so much more. Over 1,800 donors made our impact possible with their generous giving, along with 817 volunteers donating over 12,000 hours of their time. Our community has inspired and challenged us to continue looking beyond the walls of our YMCAs to reach even more people who need us. This year, weâ€™re launching an innovative program, Y on the Fly, which is a mobile unit designed to bring critical resources and fun programs to youth and their families. We look forward to sharing more about the great impact in the year ahead.
At the Y, weâ€™re for Youth Development, Healthy Living & Social Responsibility.
Thank you for your steadfast commitment to the Y. As we celebrate 164 years of service this year, I look forward to the opportunity for us to continue serving our Y members, our Y families, our towns, and our communities through Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility. In His Service,
Jerry Martin President & CEO
Over 1,800 donors made our impact possible with their generous giving, along with 817 volunteers donating over 12,000 hours of their time.
OUR MISSION To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. OUR CAUSE At the Y, strengthening community is our cause. Every day, we work sideby-side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. OUR FOCUS We believe that to bring about meaningful change in individuals and communities, we must be focused and accountable. Thatâ€™s why we focus our work in three key areas that are fundamental to strengthening community: Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility.
In 2018, our Association implemented STEM activities at over 60 Summer Camp & Before & Afterschool care sites.
INCREASE IN READING COMPREHENSION
We continued the Y Summer Reading Program with 91% of participants maintaining or increasing reading comprehension scores. The evidence-based program helps elementary students by focusing on phonics, writing and reading to boost literacy skills, with enrichment activities to support physical and social emotional growth.
2,655 campers made new friends, explored new places, and learned new things at 23 YMCA Summer Camp sites across the Mid-South.
2,385 children in YMCA Before & Afterschool Care enjoyed having a safe place to go where they could play, get help with homework, and have positive role models to inspire them.
In 2018, the YMCA was able to lead 3,981 swim lessons and develop skills that will last a lifetime.
SWIM LESSONS TAUGHT
Over 4,000 Safety Around Water lessons were led to continue our mission of preventing drowning and helping people be safe in the water.
WATER SAFETY LESSONS
In 2018, over 750,000 meals and snacks were served to fight hunger in children through the Y Food Program. Over 6,200 children in Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas were impacted by the program.
750,000 MEALS & SNACKS SERVED
The YMCA Child Development Center in Lakeland, TN was enrolled to its full capacity. Over 140 children were provided developmentally appropriate curriculum designed to support the cognitive, social emotional, and physical growth for children 6 weeks - 5 years old.
2018 REVENUE & SUPPORT Memberships Program Services Contributions USDA Food Program United Way Grants Rental of Facilities Other Total Revenues
$11,928,000 $8,870,000 $1,953,000 $738,000 $384,000 $253,000 $252,000 $141,000 $24,519,000
2018 OPERATING EXPENSES Salaries & Benefits Membership & Program Costs Occupancy Depreciation/Amortization Bank Fees & Interest on Debt USDA Food Program Professional Fees/Advertising Other Total Expenses Operating Net Surplus
$12,355,000 $3,261,000 $2,563,000 $1,968,000 $1,192,000 $822,000 $805,000 $96,000 $23,062,000 $1,457,000
2018 USE OF CASH Operating Net Surplus Addback: Non-Cash Items Cash Before Principal Debt Payments Less: Debt Payments - Principal Portion Cash Available for General Use Less: Capital Expenditure Purchases Less: Cash Used to Increase Cash Reserves Remaining Cash
$1,457,000 $1,118,000 $2,575,000 ($1,400,000) $1,175,000 ($725,000) ($450,000) -
BRANCH EXECUTIVES & 2019 BOARD CHAIRS
Church Health YMCA & Y-CAP Memphis Shauna Bateman, District Executive Director Mark Bowman, Branch Board Chair
Ric Nuber/Sweeney YMCA Erik Houston, Executive Director Mike Bruno, Crystal Epps, Branch Board Chairs
Jerry Martin President & CEO
Cordova Family YMCA Jeremy Long, Executive Director Joyce Feger, Branch Board Chair
Northwest Gibson County YMCA Melissa White, Center Director Eric Allen, Branch Board Chair
Thomas B. Davis YMCA Mary Olds, Operations Director Jamal Whitlow, Branch Board Chair
Olive Branch Family YMCA Mike Cunningham, Executive Director Sam Mullins, Branch Board Chair
Fogelman Downtown YMCA Angelic Graves, Executive Director Will Hayley, Branch Board Chair
Oxford YMCA Leslie Kennedy, Center Director Hope Sneed, Branch Board Chair
Millington Family YMCA Lizzie McLean, Executive Director John Rountree, Branch Board Chair
YMCA at Schilling Farms Lane Walberg, Vice President, District Executive Cathy Jo Mattson, Branch Board Chair
Will Albritton Executive Vice President & COO Terry Grigsby Sr. Vice President & CFO Anthony Norris Sr. Vice President & CDO Brian McLaughlin Sr. Vice President of Operations Dorrie Minor Vice President of Human Resources Justin Inskeep Vice President of Operations
2019 ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Kirsten Gray Vice President of Youth Development
Boomer Leopold, Board Chair Monice Hagler, Secretary Cary Vaughn, Annual Campaign Chair David Bradford Gene Cashman
Jessie Wiley Development Director
Brandon D. Colom Zack Davis Chris Ewing Ted Ferris Perry Green
Matt Grimes Stacy Hollingsworth David E. McKinney Quintin Robinson Amy Weirich
Rachel Edwards Marketing & Communications Director
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