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FOR GOOD 2013 ANNUAL REPORT YMCA OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY

YMCA-SNOCO.ORG


DEAR FRIENDS The Y has a long history of strengthening community because we are in the communities we serve. We are a powerful association of men, women, and children joined together by a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, promoting healthy living, and fostering a sense of social responsibility. We recently adopted a new mission statement for the YMCA of Snohomish that expresses our intentions: To inspire, nurture, and strengthen culturally vibrant communities through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. With this mission in mind, we engage our members, volunteers, staff, donors, and partners to take on the most urgent needs in our community. Every day, we work across Snohomish County to support the people and neighborhoods that need us most by addressing community issues such as school readiness, chronic disease, and youth development. Working together we create lasting change. During 2013 our community collaborations were strong. We partnered with the Snohomish County Health Leadership Coalition to provide all fifth grade students with free YMCA access through the Gear Up & Go! program - a unique approach to getting kids active that we believe will become a national model. Our partnership with the Monroe School District through the Jump Start program is preparing incoming kindergarteners to be better learners from the first day of school, and our work with the Casino Road Kids Ministries provides positive adult role models and academic support for deserving students that are facing significant obstacles. In cooperation with Goodwill, we added ESOL (English for speakers of other languages) classes for adults throughout the county. And finally, we continue to provide free swim lessons to all Hawthorne Elementary third graders. Our work in the Stanwood-Camano community continues to grow as well. It’s clear that the real value of a YMCA is not only a building – it’s the impact of Y programs. The Y collaborated with the school district for a second year to provide free summer activities to more than 175 kids. In addition, teens were able participate in many service activities through the Y-Achievers program at Port Susan Middle School and Stanwood High School. The YMCA of Snohomish County asks individuals and businesses to support our work in the community through the Annual Campaign that underwrites our financial assistance program that last year provided more than $2 million in direct support to kids and families. These gifts also support a number of Y youth programs that are free to participants like the Minority Achievers Program (MAP) and Actively Changing Together (ACT!) - the Y’s youth obesity prevention program. Everything we do at the Y – from fitness classes, to cancer survivor programs, to afterschool programming, to youth obesity prevention – is designed to meet the changing needs of our Y member families and the communities where we live and work. Thank you for your generous support of financial contributions, volunteer hours, and advocacy in the communities that we serve. We look forward to working with you as we continue to positively impact the lives of those in our community.

Leslie Lauer Association Board Chair

Scott Washburn President & CEO


FINANCIAL REPORT 2013

2012

Revenue & Support Membership Child Care & Camp Other Program Contributions* Grants United Way Special Events (net) Investment Income Miscellaneous Total Revenue & Support

10,377,565 4,723,150 1,301,241 1,889,584 1,355,810 325,896 109,125 552,520 283,400 20,918,291

10,276,218 4,632,828 1,545,649 2,209,612 358,099 311,754 154,833 283,048 96,030 19,868,071

Expenses by Function Membership Health & Wellness Child Care & Camp Other Program Management & General Fund Raising Total Expenses

2,069,451 3,143,205 3,173,416 8,821,722 2,033,438 352,731 19,593,963

2,060,646 2,450,244 3,089,535 8,754,825 1,872,404 321,093 18,548,747

Change in Net Assets*

1,324,328

OTHER 10% MEMBERSHIP 49% CONTRIBUTED SUPPORT 18%

CHILD CARE & CAMP 23%

FUND RAISING 2% MANAGEMENT MEMBERSHIP & GENERAL 11% 10% HEALTH & WELLNESS 16%

OTHER PROGRAMS 45%

1,319,324

*Includes Tulalip Grant of $1,000,000 in 2013 and Endowment Contribution of $834,073 in 2012.

ORGANIZATIONAL GROWTH Financial

Participants 120,000

$25,000,000

100,000

$20,000,000

80,000

$15,000,000

60,000 $10,000,000

40,000

$5,000,000 $0

20,000

2005

2006

2007

REVENUE

2008

2009 EXPENSES

2010

2011

2012

PARTICIPANTS

2013

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CHILD CARE & CAMP 16%


COMMUNITY IMPACT


ANNUAL CAMPAIGN The YMCA of Snohomish County makes every effort to ensure that no person, especially youth, will be denied access to programs and membership because of financial hardship. The YMCA’s Financial Assistance Program is supported by contributions to the Annual Campaign. During 2013, $2,107,414 was provided in direct financial assistance to 10,426 individuals. In addition, through the generosity of our donors, United Way, members, and specific program grants, we were able to provide subsidized programs and services to thousands of kids, youth, and families who would not otherwise be able to participate, thus extending opportunities and increasing access to YMCA asset-building programs in extraordinary ways.

Branch/Unit

Donors

Association Office Big Brothers Big Sisters Everett Family Branch Marysville/N. County Family Branch Mill Creek Family Branch Monroe/E. County Family Branch Mukilteo Family Branch Stanwood-Camano YMCA of Snohomish County - TOTALS

CRT Funds Raised

267 129 483

123 26 51

$401,536 $71,000 $194,134

368 432 765 548 4 2,996

42 16 47 54 4 360

$166,414 $79,500 $148,500 $170,117 $33,000 $1,264,201

CRT = Chair’s Round Table Members contributing $1,000 or more annually.

THE HERITAGE CLUB The Heritage Club is a special group of people who believe in the purpose and traditions of the YMCA and want to ensure this heritage of values is continued for future generations. Heritage Club members support the YMCA of Snohomish County through either a direct contribution to the YMCA Endowment Fund or by including the YMCA in their estate plans. The purpose of the Heritage Club is to encourage thoughtful gifts as a primary means of building a strong endowment capable of providing lasting support for the YMCA mission for years to come. During 2013, the YMCA Endowment Fund provided $85,000 of financial support to many programs and services offered through the YMCA’s branch and affiliate locations.


2013 CHAIR’S ROUND TABLE MEMBERS The YMCA of Snohomish County is grateful for the individuals, families, and businesses whose pledges to the Annual Campaign make our work with young people possible. More than 2,996 donors contributed $1,264,201 to the 2013 Annual Campaign. Limited space prevents listing the names of every donor. Donors contributing $1,000 or more annually are members of our Chair’s Round Table and recognized below.

GIVING LEVELS: Platinum Triangle $10,000 & above Gold Triangle $5,000 - $9,999 Silver Triangle $2,500 - $4,999 Bronze Triangle $1,500 - $2,499 Benefactor $1,000 - $1,499 *Indicates gift designation to two or more Branches

TRUSTEES Platinum Triangle AMT - A Division of Senior Operations LLC Applied Technical Services Bank of America Foundation Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation The Boeing Company Premera Blue Cross Wells Fargo Anonymous Gold Triangle BCRA Jerry Brim & Phyllis Turner-Brim The Daily Herald Company Everett Clinic Fluke Corporation Kaye Smith Key Bank Business Banking Leslie & Doug Lauer Opus Foundation Precor Incorporated Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Matt & Keely Reinhard Richard & Paula Stetler Tulalip Resort Casino Union Bank Waste Management Northwest, Inc. Whidbey Coffee Company Silver Triangle Monti Ackerman Richard & Mary Brannon Business Controls, Inc Coastal Community Bank Coastwide Laboratories Rick Cooper & Robin Hilton Joyce Eleanor The EverTrust Foundation GLY Construction, Inc. Tonia & Jerry Goodwin Group Health Cooperative Light Doctor, LLC Mutual of Enumclaw Insurance Company National Maintenance Contractors, LLC Puget Sound Kidney Center Quality Business Systems Scott & Krista Sadler Scott & Cheryl Washburn Western Facilities Supply Roy & Barbara Yates Bronze Triangle Aviation Partners Boeing Brenda Baltrusch & Steve Sjoberg Jerry & Sue Beavers Butler Trust Chandler Family Clark Nuber, PS

Rick Cooley & Lindsay Butler Susan Cournoyer Tracy & Mark Cumming Bob & Lizbeth Dobler Everett AquaSox Doug & Robin Ferguson JR Abbott Construction Mark & Paula Mantei Marketing Intelligence Jackie & Hugh Minor John & Shirley Mohr Orca Pacific Pacific Copy and Printing Pemco Corporation Bill & Marcella Reed Service Solutions Richard N. & Mayumi Smith Stephen C. and Josephine J. Saunders Foundation Harry Stuchell The Collins Group Stan & Sheila Tiemens Vine Street Investments Carol Whitehead Michael & Mary Zubovic Benefactor American Eagle Roofing LLC Anderson Hunter Law Firm Virginia Antipolo-Utt & Chris Utt Judy Collins Baker Phil & Scuttle Bannan Banner Bank Tom & Nikki Braaten Bill & Amy Burton Jeff Capponi Drs. Gary & Sue Cohn Dr. Jack & Marilyn Courrier Mrs. Dan Duryee First Choice Health Network Scott & Gayle Forslund Richard & Barrie Galanti Gamut360 Holdings, LLC Gerald K. and Virginia Hornung Family Foundation Greenview Landscaping Norma Haines John & Vicki Haskell Dr. Jean Hernandez & Erin Foy Ken & Renae Kettler Kirtley-Cole Associates LLC Bob & Kathy Leach Liberty Northwest Insurance Andy Lubresky Dr. Richard M. & Katherine M. Lyons Thomas & Mary Maxwell Mercer New Concept Chemical Products LLC Mike & Melissa Olejniczak Dawn Ollar / KeyBank Paul & Charisse Pitre John & Suzanne Rettenmier Edward & Renee Rosenbach H. Stewart Ross Tracy Russell Salinas Construction, Inc. Idamae Schack Mary Smith & Family Jim & Susan Sporrong The Temple Family Wells Fargo

Don & Debbie Whitfield Whitfield’s United Ins. Agencies Stuart Wohler Carl Zapora & Cheryl Foster Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects LLP Mark Zinkle Scott Zwink

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS Gold Triangle Comcast Fluke Corporation Silver Triangle Wayne Lockett Terrence Nevins Anonymous Bronze Triangle Mitch & Marianne DePriest Everett Clinic Dan & Ash Gunderson Keg Spirit Foundation Leslie & Doug Lauer Todd Rosenfelt Gary & Debbie Stratton John & Dana Tubbesing Windermere Foundation Benefactor Mike & Julia Ellis Melanie Hancock Matt Holttum Joseph Martinez Rod & Denise Pleasant Molly Ringo & Brad Wiens Renee & Tom Valenti Paul Whitmire

EVERETT FAMILY BRANCH Platinum Triangle City of Everett Howarth Trust Fund Gold Triangle Dr. Bill & Katie Finley Thomas & Meridith Little Silver Triangle American Distributing Company Danen & Heather Barnhart Todd & Catherine Havener Beverly Miller Ron & Karen Moore Rubatino Refuse Removal, Inc. Kelly Shepherd Ray & Mary Sievers Brooks & Carol Walton The Wenta Family Bronze Triangle Michael & Lisa Ankrom Dr. Jeff Boggs Darlene & Denny Brawford Celebrate! Catering, Inc. Pat Chambers-Allendoerfer James Courrier, DDS Gary Doughty Brian & Tracie Evans Hatloe’s Carpet One Michael Millie Sean & Florence Pickard Anonymous

Benefactor Chris & Megan Adams Alf Forde Enterprises, Inc. Dennis Block Thomas & Jane Collins Paula & Don Dillinger Everett Rotary Youth Foundation The Fagerberg-Biladeau Family Mike & Maggie Faulkner Tom & Sue Gaffney Brian & Connie Hallgarth Hunter Leasing, Inc. Jeanne Lavell Dr. Stephen J. Lee Moss Adams, LLP Daniel Murphy The Raqueteers Dr. Katherine Runyon & Carl Nelson Gael Thomson Morrie Trautman Andrea & Paul Wells-Edwards Dr. Clay & Hap Wertheimer Western Washington Medical Group Crispin S. Wilhelm, M.D. Anonymous - 2

MARYSVILLE/NORTH COUNTY FAMILY BRANCH Platinum Triangle Hearthstone Housing Foundation / Vintage Housing The Travis Family Tulalip Tribes Charitable Fund Gold Triangle Mike & Margaret Fiorito Marlin Fryberg Dr. Anthony Roon & Kathryn McPherson Roon Windermere Foundation Silver Triangle Steve & Dru Miller for American Distributing Company George & Hoa Appel Ray & Sheryl Fryberg Ronda Hardcastle Kurt & Sharilyn Lippmann & Family Beverly Miller Ross A. & Susan Miller Loren & Kristen Van Loo Anonymous Bronze Triangle Brian & Kathy Kalab Dwayne & RoseMary Lane Peter & Catrina Millikan Stephen & Donna Muller Chuck & Audrey Pilon Anonymous - 2 Benefactor Apollo Plumbing LLC Jim & MaryAnn Ballew Debbie Barger Smith & Stephen Smith Jason R. Bourne, DDS, MS The Bredereck Family Browns Plumbing JJ & Patrice Frank Marjorie Grubbs Sean & Rebecca King


Kiwanis Club of Marysville Dr. Kim & Julie Kron Robert & Jane Roe The Schlosser Family Anne Scott Seth Sharp Soroptimists International of Marysville Phil & Kim Trueax Whitfield’s United Ins. Agencies Anonymous

MILL CREEK FAMILY BRANCH Silver Triangle Crane Fund for Widows and Children Jason Lucas & Misty Graf Mill Creek Rotary Northwest Sports Photography Peter Zieve Philanthropy Fund Bronze Triangle GLY Construction, Inc. Andrew Siguenza Kyla Smith Whole Foods Benefactor Awards Service, Inc. Pirri Badenhop Nancy Johnson Shirley Kinsey Timothy W. Patterson Dawn Sykes

MONROE/SKY VALLEY FAMILY BRANCH Gold Triangle Margaret Bridge Rotary Club of Monroe Silver Triangle Eiron & Patsy Cudaback Hans & Martha Dankers Priscilla & William High

Providence Regional Medical Center Everett Bronze Triangle Jo Ann Carbonetti Cavassa and Associates Linda Cline & Jim Carr CLIX Portrait Studios Peg Ferm Jason & Elizabeth Gamble Tod & Margaret Johnson Kaufman Chiropractic Clinic Monroe Jerry & Melissa Keating Sally King & David Demarest Kohl’s - Snohomish, WA Mike & Jan Liepman Dr. Richard & Donna Lowell Monroe / Sky Valley Food Bank Monroe Digital Copy Rosemary O’Neil & Grenville Legge Rhino Manufacturing Inc. Sam’s Cats and Dogs Debbie & Mac Taylor Shauna Vernal Benefactor Allstate Insurance Co. BDA, Inc. Bill and Jean Higgins Family Limited Partnership Charitable Trust Paul & Nancy Cavassa Wendy & Derek Coffman Janna Dmochowsky Donald Kim, D.D.S Family and Cosmetic Dentistry Jeff & Eileen Hambleton Ken & Kim Hoover Keith, Laura, Sarah & Andy Johansen Brett Johnson Kaufer Vending Mark & Tammera Mason Monroe Kiwanis

Deb Nalty & Jeff Shober Jose Mata & Kathy Pinson Pete & Cindy Sandford Jeffrey Singson U’SAgain, LLC

MUKILTEO FAMILY BRANCH Platinum Triangle John & Ann Collier George R. Kendall Foundation Gold Triangle Peter Zieve Philanthropy Fund South Everett Mukilteo Rotary Club Whidbey Coffee Company AA Party Rentals-MLT Silver Triangle Martin Cross Intermec Corporation Klein Honda Opus Foundation Whidbey Island Bank Bronze Triangle Cafés Inc. DBA Mukilteo Speedway Cafe E.N.D. Group, Inc. Thomas & Susan Gaskin Hogland Transfer Company Jean McKay Northwest Duty Free Stores Papa Murphy’s Pizza Ken & Joyce Pascoe Dr. Mark & Michelle Valentine Whole Foods Benefactor Dr. E. Scott & Jane Casselman John Cramer & Suzanne Poppema Dr. Jacquiline De Leon-Estes Bob & Paula Driessnack Jeff & Kathy Dunleavy Herb & Robin Fox

VOLUNTEER IMPACT: KIERA’S STORY Kiera may be young, but she already has a passion for giving back to her community. She collected clothing and blanket donations for the homeless over the holidays, and organized a school supplies drive for victims of the tornadoes in Oklahoma. She also volunteers at a local thrift store, helping to sort the donations. When she learned about the YMCA Kick-A-Thon, and the programs the YMCA Annual Campaign supports, she became excited and set out to raise money for the event. She established a personal goal of raising $188, and quickly surpassed it. Kiera raised $429, which was more than any other participant by several hundred dollars! “Karate teaches self-confidence and discipline. I really like karate and want kids that cannot afford it to be able to come also. I like helping other people, it’s fun!”

Mark & Elaine Gerspacher John & Vicki Goodwin Tonia & Jerry Goodwin Mark & Marla Gregory Carol & George Holser Dennis & Kathy Hutton Kiwanis Club of Mukilteo Brian Larson Michael Longoria John & Karen Lovick Jeff Mitchell Carrie Mygatt & John Herrera Newtech Communications James & Jama Rand Megan & Chris Reed Janelle P. Rucker Steve & Kim Sant Joan Sato-Hernandez & Marvin Hernandez Michael & Kathleen Sierra Russell Smith Walters & Wolf Curtain Wall, LLC Ali & Ric Williams Steve Wolf George Youngstrom Hernandez Russell Smith Dr. Mark & Michelle Valentine Ali & Ric Williams Steve Wolf Ka’ohe Wong George & Amy Youngstrom

STANWOOD-CAMANO Platinum Triangle Stanwood Community Ministries Anonymous Bronze Triangle Craig & Rose Olson


BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND BRANCH BOARDS OF DIRECTORS TRUSTEES Leslie Lauer, Chair Matt Reinhard, Vice Chair Dr. Gary Cohn, Vice Chair Tracy Cumming, Treasurer Brian Evans, Assistant Treasurer Brenda Baltrusch, Secretary John Haskell, Past Chair Monti Ackerman Judy Baker Kim Bedier Tom Braaten David Brooks Roy Chandler Bob Dobler Joyce Eleanor Scott Forslund Jerry Goodwin Jean Hernandez Ken Kettler Eric Lucas Mark Mantei Dawn Ollar John Mohr Paul Petri Fred Safstrom Phyllis Turner-Brim Don Whitfield Michael Zubovic

Emeritus Philip Bannan Robert Boyle Richard Cooper Robert Drewel Doug Ferguson Larry Hanson Jackie Minor Harry Stuchell Roy Yates

Leslie Lauer Rick Lawton

Loren Van Loo, Vice Chair Jodi Widmann, Treasurer EVERETT FAMILY Dr. Anthony Roon, Past YMCA Chair Steve P. Miller, Chair Kim Hornyak, Vice Chair George Appel Bill Finley, MD, Vice Chair Jim Ballew Debbie Barger Smith Chris Adams Sheryl Fryberg Michael Ankrom Marlin Fryberg, Jr. Kathy Atwood Robert Graef Jeff Boggs, DPM BIG BROTHERS Don Hatch Brad Cattle BIG SISTERS Jayne Joyner Jim Courrier Dan Gunderson, Chair Brian Kalab Gary Doughty Matt Holttum, Vice Chair Mike Liepman Molly Ringo, Immediate Janice Ellis Frank Marshall Catherine Havener Past Chair Toni Mathews Steve Hatloe Jude Bulman Wendy Messarina Susan Homer Scott Comey Volosin Kendall Kreft Juergen Kneifel Gail Miller Tom Little Melanie Hancock Ross Miller Rebecca McCarthy Lawrence Litchfield Peter Millikan Randy McDonald Terrence Nevins Steve Muller Karen Moore John Newton Benji Travis Kelly Shepherd Lt. Rob Palmer Brooks Walton Bill Paulen MILL CREEK FAMILY Kevin Weed Zach Perez YMCA Paul Wells-Edwards Bill Searcy Andy Siguenza- Chair Aimee Shriner-Mills Emeritus John “Cotton” Warnken John Tubbesing Ray Sievers Jason Mayfield Jennifer Wilson-Norton Craig Connell MARYSVILLE/NORTH Krista Burkart Emeritus COUNTY FAMILY Roman Catli Mike Ellis YMCA Steve Chittenden Steve Erickson Sean King, Chair

Christopher Cunio Jon Friedrichsen Randy Harris Phil Hicks Jason Lucas Stephanie McQuery Melba Miller Jennifer Ness Linda Patten Dane Schwetz Robert Wells Emeritus Harvey Chamberlin MONROE/ SKY VALLEY FAMILY YMCA Martha Dankers, Chair Nathan Anderson, Vice Chair Nancy Cavassa, Past Chair William Bailey Donna Carlson Lowell Linda Cline Janine Dawson Carlos Elles Jason Gamble Ken Hoover Tod Johnson Melissa Keating Katelyn Keelen Sally King Kevin McDowell

Deb Nalty Kim Overton Katherine Staberow Debbie Taylor Shauna Vernal Sam Wirsching MUKILTEO FAMILY YMCA Herb Fox, Chair Jim Calderon, Vice Chair Dr. Tom Gaskin, Vice Chair Megan Reed, Vice Chair Greg Abbey, Treasurer Paulette Hunter, Past Chair Maggie Deacon, Past Vice Chair Tina Chun Jacqueline de Leon-Estes Michael Gilson Dr. Marci Larsen Jason Lumsden Harold Muschett Samantha Muschett Carrie Mygatt Tony Parker Gretchen Reynolds Lauren Riker Emeritus Doug Zook Paull Shin Dr. George Youngstrom

YMCA OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY

MISSION

EVERETT FAMILY YMCA AND ASSOCIATION OFFICES 2720 ROCKEFELLER AVE., EVERETT 98201 425 258 9211

To inspire, nurture, and strengthen culturally vibrant communities through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.

MARYSVILLE/NORTH COUNTY FAMILY YMCA 6420 60TH DRIVE NE, MARYSVILLE 98270 360 653 9622 MILL CREEK FAMILY YMCA 13723 PUGET PARK DRIVE, EVERETT 98208 425 337 0123 MONROE/SKY VALLEY FAMILY YMCA 14033 FRYELANDS BLVD., MONROE 98272 360 805 1879 MUKILTEO FAMILY YMCA 10601 47TH AVE. W., MUKILTEO 98275 425 493 9622 STANWOOD-CAMANO YMCA INITIATIVE 8823 VIKING WAY, STANWOOD 98292 360 629 9622 BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY AN AFFILIATE OF THE YMCA OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY 2722 COLBY, STE. 415, EVERETT 98201 425 252 2227

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YMCA of Snohomish County Annual Report 2013