FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY COMMUNITY HEALTH
Giving back and providing support to our neighbors QUALITY OF LIFE
Bea Bonner McKinstry Begin To Swim June 18 - 21 Free swimming lessons for infant through grade school age, non-swimmers. Must pre-register; registration deadline is June16. All classes are limited to 30 participants. Classes: Parent/Child (0-2) 5:00-5:30 PM (AQBB1) Preschool (3-5) 5:30-6:00 PM (AQBB2) Preschool (3-5) 6:00-6:30 PM (AQBB3) Grade School Grade School
6:30-7:00 PM (AQBB4) 7:00-7:30 PM (AQBB5)
Blood Center Blood Drives Please consider giving the life-giving gift of blood! Call us for questions or to schedule an appointment. Friday, June 15, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM Friday, October 12, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Actively Aging A program for seniors, age 55+ No membership required! Mondays, 8:00 - 11:30 AM $2/per Monday | CODE: TRANSTYPE 185
Join us at the Y for only $2 on Monday mornings and participate in all the benefi ts of a member. Use the Wellness Center, pools and participate in member-free classes. Complimentary coffee is available in the lobby.
Special Needs Fitness Classes These classes welcomes individuals with cognitive and physical challenges to engage in physical fi tness lead by a trained instructor. Contact Stacy Woods, Assistant Health & Wellness Director, for more information. Example Class Styles: • Laughter Yoga • Drums Alive • Sports of All Sorts • A Ball of Fun • Dance Around! • Water Exercise • Yoga Stretch • Secret Strength
The YMCA of Dodge County initiates, supports and participates in a variety of Quality of Life services for local and global community outreach programs. Please join us in our next food, clothing and toy drives. Watch our website and posters throughout the facility for more information on
these upcoming drives.
VOLUNTEERISM & GIVING VOLUNTEERS
There is no other volunteer organization quite like the Y. We work tirelessly every day to nur- ture the potential of kids, improve the nation’s health and well-being, and give back and support our neighbors.
When you volunteer at the Y, you take an active role in bringing about meaningful, enduring change right in your own neighbor- hood. We are in need of youth coaches, program and event volunteers. If interested, visit www.theYdc.org
and complete a volunteer form (under Your Support).
FINANCIAL SUPPORT The Y makes strengthening our communities our cause. As a nonprofi t organization we count on the generosity of our members and partners to keep our doors open to whoever needs a place to help them be more healthy, confi dent, connected and secure. Here are just a few of the ways you can support your Y:
Sponsor Y Camps & Events The Y is here to give everyone an opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. By sponsoring a kids day camp, sports camp or an event, you will have made a direct impact to a child, adult or senior member of your community. For sponsorship opportuni- ties this winter and upcoming spring, contact Jen Kruel.
Securing Our Legacy The values of caring, honesty, respect and respon- sibility are implemented into every aspect of the Y’s services, program development, and opera- tions. With the current community impact that the Y has, you can help make sure that these lasting values are woven into our community for genera- tions to come.
The Y would like to offer you an opportunity to support the debt reduction of the new facility and at the same time receive tangible recognition for your investment back into our community. Please contact Jen Kruel at jkruel@theYdc.org
for more information.
Bricks & Tiles Campaign You may buy a brick and help to secure our legacy, one brick at a time. These displays serve as a re- minder to future generations of their legacy to the Y. Bricks are displayed outside in the front of the Y; tiles will be displayed on the wall by the gym.
Impact Tours We invite our donors, members, and community to an Impact Tour. Learn how we’ve fulfi lled prom- ises and how the facility, its equipment, staff and volunteers are making a difference, changing lives and creating lasting positive and healthy impacts for many Dodge County residents. To hear real, local stories and learn about all our community collaborations, schedule your tour today! Contact Jen Kruel at jkruel@theYdc.org
SCRIP - Fundraising While You Shop Give a percentage to the Y as you purchase everyday expenses like food, clothing, gifts and entertainment. SCRIP is a program that allows you to purchase gift cards for personal use or gifts and a portion of that SCRIP card is donated to the Y. There is no additional expense for you! Simply use SCRIP cards for everyday purchases and automatically provide support to your Y! Order or view a full directory of available SCRIP cards at www.theYdc.org
, or at the Welcome Center.
Annual Support Campaign When you give to the Y, you continue to strength- en our community and move us all forward. As the nation’s leading nonprofi t for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, the Y uses your gift to make a meaningful, enduring impact right in your own neighborhood.
Our Annual Support Campaign (formerly known as our Strong Kids Campaign) is the foundation that provides us with the ability to ensure that no child, family or adult is turned away due to inabil- ity to pay. We recognize that for communities to succeed, everyone must be given the opportunity to be healthy, confi dent, connected, and secure. For more information, or to donate today, please visit www.theYdc.org
For Social Responsibility
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