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ALWAYS HERE FOR OUR COMMUNITY

YMCA of Central Texas 2011 Annual Report


Volume 1, Issue 1

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Letter to the Community Dear YMCA Friends, The YMCA of Central Texas has celebrated 126 years of service to our community. Over the years the Y has been a recognized leader in providing programs such as swimming, fitness activities and youth sports. Last year we laid the ground work for the future by expanding these programs for people with special needs or concerns, including: Youth obesity initiatives and healthy living initiatives for families in need Expanding our adaptive aquatics and Little Huggies Swimmers programs Y Achievers for teens and Youth and Government for the first time in more than 20 years Even in these challenging times, the community voiced their confidence about the positive impact we make on people with their generous contributions to our Partner of Youth campaign with 257 donors totaling over $72,000 that allowed the Y to keep our programs and membership opportunities affordable and accessible. We expanded our afterschool programs into six elementary schools for Waco ISD with two more to be added in 2012. We collaborated with the Family Health Center, and with generous funding of $21,000 from Rapoport Foundation, provided healthy living models for 100 families in East Waco. We take our responsibility seriously to truly provide a positive impact to those in our care. We pray we have obtained a level of service deserved by our constituents and we pledge to continue those efforts in 2012 and beyond. Though the world may be unpredictable, one thing remains certain – the Y is, and always will be, dedicated to building healthy, confident, connected and secure children, adults, families and communities. Thank you for your continued support.

Patrick S. Murphy Chief Executive Officer

Hilary Sharp Grant Chief Volunteer Officer


YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

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We believe that all children deserve the opportunity to discover who they are and what they can achieve. At the Y, children and teens learn values and positive behaviors that help them realize their potential. Last year: 615 children were provided a safe place to learn skills, develop healthy, trusting relationships and self-reliance through Y values at one of our 10 afterschool sites. 1,837 youth built positive relationships that led to good sportsmanship and teamwork through sports and 1,854 gained confidence that comes from learning to swim. The Y is about building the whole person from the inside out.

I AM WHY. Because I am the future.

HEALTHY LIVING The YMCA of Central Texas is a leading voice in health and wellness. With a mission centered on balance, the Y brings families closer together and encourages good health. Last year: over 90 families expanded the MEND 71-3 programs that help combat childhood obesity and another 100 families participated in a nutrition and fitness program referred by the Family Health Center. Through these programs, the YMCA continues to provide healthy lifestyle opportunities for all.

WE ARE WHY. Because being healthy is important to our community.

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY The YMCA of Central Texas has been listening and responding to our community’s needs for more than 125 years. Last year: The Little Huggies Swimmers program and adaptive aquatics expanded. The Y Achievers empowered teens to make change and the Youth and Government helped them envision a positive future and become active in strengthening our community. Through these programs, the Y fosters the care and respect all people need and deserve.

YOU ARE WHY. Because by giving back we support our friends and neighbors.


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2011 Financial Report

2011 Programs

Income

2011

2010

Contributions

68,464

70,985

2,663,015

2,690,215

United Way

103,550

103,550

Grants

124,685

137,967

Program Fees

688,940

491,739

-163,469

-140,993

Facility Rentals

95,959

94,430

Special Events

188,000

187,500

42,943

12,867

3,812,097

3,648,260

2,212,428

2,021,103

Occupancy

568,567

548,212

Financing

232,525

246,910

Supplies

216,934

193,177

Transportation/Training

44,649

46,592

Marketing/Printing

32,209

33,661

Youth

4,852

Licenses/Fees

69,320

71,786

Young Adult

2,367

Bank/Processing Fees

49,449

47,612

Adult

4,948

Equipment Rental/Purchase

24,454

25,054

Seniors

Insurance

51,453

51,959

Total Members

13,880

Land Lease/Miscellaneous

80,141

55,656 Facility Usage

299,363

Membership dues

Scholarships

Miscellaneous/Other Total Income

Youth Sports

1,837

Adult sports

415

Swim lessons

1,854

After School

615

Youth Camps

488

Expenses Personnel/Benefits

Total Expenses Net Before Depreciation

3,582,129

3,341,722

229,968

306,538

2011 Membership

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Financial Contributors and Donors to the YMCA of Central Texas Page 5

$25,000 +

$500 - $999

United Way of Waco-McLennan County

J. H. Hines Elementary YMCA Staff

$5,000 - $24,999

Woodway Public Safety Association, Inc.

Rapoport Foundation

Aaron Wilkerson

Alcoa Foundation

Erna Watkins

JC Penney Afterschool Grant

Frances Standley

Community Youth Development Grant

Jim Mathis

La Vega ISD ACE Grant

Billy Jackson’s Gene Ives Acoustic & Tile Co.

Huaco Tribe Co. 48 Bingo Association

Mark Hinds Player Bail Bonds

$1,000 - $4,999

Leslie and Virginia DuPuy

Matthew Hejduk

Fred and Nancy Gehlbach

Lyndon Olson, Jr.

Hersh Family Fund

Community Bank & Trust

Mathis/Abbe Financial Advisors

Central National Bank James Recks

$250 - $499

Terry Stevens

Packaging Corp. of America

Tommy Salome

Sam’s Club Foundation

Darrell Rollins

Chris and Britt Bernard

William Pakis

Noah and Ruth Jackson

Coca-Cola North America

Trent and Karen Brown

Bill Miller

Capstone Mechanical, LP

Automatic Chef Canteen

Camille Johnson

K. Paul Holt and Donna Miller

Keith Helpert

James R. and Nell Hawkins

Krista Gaston

Bosque Realty

Chapman Bail Bonds

Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Grant

Bowen Electric Co., Inc.

Sports Display, Inc. Scott & White Healthcare Insurors of Texas Extraco Banks Patrick and Jan Murphy Pepsico Grant Little Huggies Swimmers Grant


$100 - $249

Amy McCourt

Durwood Williams

Mel London Insurance Agency

Franklin and Cindy Potts

Tracy Lindemann

Wendy Moulds

Frank Levy

Lyndon and LaNita Keys

Adria Hill

Reeder Huddleston

Hensel Electric Company

Ryan Wirth

Jon Marc Goodnight

Ryan Lindsey

Susan Gooch

James Tandy

Lori Genous

Trautschold Millwork, Ltd.

Ramona Curtis

Virginia Salsbury

Carol Crosthwait

Mailmax Direct

George’s Restaurant & Catering

Jim Poole

Inga Chow-Monreal

Northern & Nye Sons Printing, Inc.

Jean Chapman

Marvin Jones

Richard and Susan Burgard

J. E. Freeman, Jr.

Maura Burgard

Ann Castle-Mitchell

Julia Bugh

Curtis Harris

Sarah Bracken

Rosalyn Montgomery

WBKE Services, Inc.

Gale Edwards

Justin Blanton

Barney Witt

Tejas Logistics

Lori Williams

Brenda Atchison

Wayne Walker

Van Allen

Spurgeon Walker Jon W. Spelman Company Richard Scott Martin Schwartz Barbara Sanders Al and Luwenda Pollard Liz Palacios Sharron Odom Keith McWhorter McDowell Funeral Homes Linda McDonald

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YMCA of Central Texas Board of Directors Board Chair - Hilary Grant

Van Allen

Jean Laster Boone

Past Chair - Ruth Jackson

Archie Hatten

Matt Hejduk

Chair Elect - James Recks

Billy Jackson, Jr.

Al Pollard

Treasurer - Suzanne Abbe

Liz Palacios

Cindy Potts

Secretary - Darrell Rollins

Linda Weaver

Barney Witt

Membership -Susan Burgard Building and Grounds - Keith Helpert

Lifetime Member - Walter Abercrombie

Financial Development– Ken Hampton

Lifetime Member - Bill Miller

Employee of the Year Waco Family Y Crystal Melton

Employee of the Year Doris Miller Family Y Jeanette Smart

Volunteer of the Year Waco Family Y Matt Porter

Volunteer of the Year Doris Miller Family Y Lenon Tramble

The Mission of the YMCA is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.


YMCA of Central Texas Staff Leadership Chief Executive Officer—Patrick Murphy Business Manager— Karen Brown Accounts Manager—Virginia Salsbury Administrative Assistant—Kim Bartosh Aquatics and Family Director—Chris Bernard Health and Wellness Director—Jeremiah Zimmerman Sports Director—Curtis Harris Facility Director—Rick Bernstrom WFY Youth Director—Holly Auvenshine WFY Membership Director—Leann Sanchez Doris Miller Branch Executive—LaNita Luckey Doris Miller Office Manager—Adria Hill Doris Miller Youth Director—CaSaundra Foreman

The Y is, and always will be, dedicated to building healthy, confident, connected and secure children, adults, families and communities. Every day our impact is felt when an individual makes a healthy choice, when a mentor inspires a child and when a community comes together for the common good.

YMCA of Central Texas 6800 Harvey Drive Waco, Texas 76710 254-776-6612 www.ymcaofcentraltexas.org

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