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Looking for information about your Greater Marco Family YMCA? Review key facts and information.

Looking for information about your Greater Marco Family YMCA? Review key facts and information.

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    • Greater Marco Family YMCAKey Facts
    • Mission…The Greater Marco Family YMCAs mission is to putJudeo-Christian principles into practice throughprograms that build healthy spirit, mind, and body forall.Cause…Our cause is to strengthen community throughyouth development, healthy living, and socialresponsibility.
    • The Vision…• In the future, the Greater Marco Island Family YMCA will respond and adapt to the changing needs of the community in several meaningful ways.• GMFY will increase its wellness education and programming in areas such as disease awareness, nutrition, obesity, diabetes, health screening and physical therapy.• GMFY will increase the number of children and teens who have regular access to a safe, healthy, stimulating place, with programs and activities of the highest quality with adult guidance and support.• GMFY will expand its after school care and summer camp facilities and programs to increase focus on literacy, education, leadership, character development, mentoring, and healthy life skills.• GMFY will offer improved, state of the art facilities that attract members and community participants and provide an appropriate environment for our programming.• GMFY will therefore strengthen and expand its community impact in our three areas of focus: youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.
    • History…Property:• Property was dedicated to youth services in the 1970’s• Branch of the Collier County YMCA in 1978• Became an independent YMCA in 1985Facilities:• 15,000 square foot multi-purpose building constructed in 1992• Four Hard Surface Tennis Courts• 25 yard lap pool with exercise/recreational area constructed in 1991• Baseball field constructed in 1996• Skatepark constructed in 1996• Expanded Nautilus Room and State of the Art Cybex Equipment in 1998, 2000 and 2007• Five Clay Tennis Courts added in 1999• Playground expanded with new equipment in 2001-2002• Skatepark reconstructed with teen center and retail store in 2002• Three additional clay tennis courts added in 2002• Airnasium and storage building constructed in 2004• Additional parking at north end of property added in 2007
    • Your Greater Marco Family YMCA Today…• Largest provider of human service needs on Marco Island• Twenty-nine community leaders serve on our board of directors.• 9 full-time staff/45 part-time staff; summer part-time 85• Serves more than 15,000 people annually• Provides over $500,000 in financial assistance annually
    • About Our Members…• Current number of active facility members 2,094 (year round residents)• Number of member households 1,018• The Greater Marco Family YMCA is a membership organization open to all people. The YMCA welcomes women and men, girls and boys of all ages, races, ethnicities, religions, abilities and financial circumstances.
    • Membership Trends By Quarter 2011-2012 2897 2576 2576 2306 2097 1862 2011 2012 2011 2012 2011 2012 1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd QtrAverage number of members fluctuates throughout year due to seasonality of Marco Island 2012 membership numbers are trending on average an 11% increase over 2011.
    • Key Programs…• Early Childhood Learning and Enrichment Program • Goal of program is to maintain a creative, experimental and safe learning environment including focus on hands-on learning and character development. • Creates opportunities for low-income, working families by offering affordable-quality preschool programming so parents can work and provide for their families. • Serves children ages two to five years old. • Capacity 52 children • Over 50% of the children enrolled in our preschool receive financial assistance to help pay tuition.• Afterschool Mentoring and Enrichment Program • Goal of program is to ensure a safe environment for children while promoting healthy physical and emotional growth, helping working families, and inspiring children to learn. We strive to help each child reach their full potential by offering a positive and enriching environment that encourages the development of character, leadership and cooperative spirit. • Program offered at three locations on Marco Island and East Naples service area. • Currently 116 children enrolled.• YMCA Reads! Literacy Mentoring • The YMCA Reads program is a grant funded program from the State of Florida Department of Education to focus on a volunteer driven literacy mentoring program. • The primary focus of YMCA READS! is on improving children’s reading skills while helping them develop greater self-esteem and the ability to build relationships. • The program provides a structured after-school literacy program taught by volunteered trained mentors under the supervision of a full-time coordinator. • Each child’s progress is carefully monitored, and family involvement is encouraged.
    • Key Programs…• Out Of School Time Mentoring & Enrichment Program • Goal of program is to ensure a safe environment for children while promoting healthy physical and emotional growth, helping working families, and inspiring children to learn. • Our summer camp programs focus on ensuring these children have healthy food options throughout the day, fun and enriching activities and educational components that work to stop the academic “summer slide” or “Achievement Gap”. • Over 800 children participated in our 2012 summer camp programming • Program sites at five locations: GMFYMCA, Marco Island Charter Middle School, Manatee Elementary School, Parkside Elementary School and Lely Elementary School. • East Naples programs cost participants $15 per week, the balance of program cost is subsidized by grant funding, community support and individual contributions• Basic Water Safety and Swim Lessons • According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention drowning is the second-leading cause of injury-related death among children under the age of 15. • The Greater Marco Family YMCA offers a variety of water safety and basic swim instruction programs including Water Wise, Learn to Swim lessons and American Red Cross Swim Lessons. • Over 300 children per year participate in these programs.
    • Key Programs…• Healthy Living Classes and Programs • Being healthy means more than simply being physically active. It’s about maintaining a balanced spirit, mind and body. At the Y, we offer classes and programs designed specifically to fit your personal needs, including: • Group Exercise Classes • Yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi, Aqua Fit, Qi Gong, OASIS, Zumba and Drums Alive! Just to name a few… • Small Group Training Programs • Y Be Fit, Partner Personal Training, Cardio Tennis, Group Tennis Lessons, Adult Sports, etc.. • Individual Training Programs • Personal Training, Fitness Assessments• Tennis Programs • Tennis is a game for life, providing great exercise and fun competition. Our premier tennis program is open to youth beginner, intermediate, and developed players. • We offer private and group tennis lessons, round robins, cardio tennis, league play, tennis events and socials. • Our professional tennis staff includes two pros who have played and coached at Wimbledon• Youth Sports Programs • YMCA Youth Sports programs promote healthy kids, families and communities by placing a priority on family involvement, healthy competition, the value of participation over winning and team building. • Our programs include: • Swim Team, Karate, Little Tykes Sports, Youth Basketball, Youth Volleyball, Youth Baseball and T-Ball Clinics, Etc.
    • Key Programs…• Healthy Living Classes and Programs • Being healthy means more than simply being physically active. It’s about maintaining a balanced spirit, mind and body. At the Y, we offer classes and programs designed specifically to fit your personal needs, including: • Group Exercise Classes • Yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi, Aqua Fit, Qi Gong, OASIS, Zumba and Drums Alive! Just to name a few… • Small Group Training Programs • Y Be Fit, Partner Personal Training, Cardio Tennis, Group Tennis Lessons, Adult Sports, etc.. • Individual Training Programs • Personal Training, Fitness Assessments• Tennis Programs • Tennis is a game for life, providing great exercise and fun competition. Our premier tennis program is open to youth beginner, intermediate, and developed players. • We offer private and group tennis lessons, round robins, cardio tennis, league play, tennis events and socials. • Our professional tennis staff includes two pros who have played and coached at Wimbledon• Youth Sports Programs • YMCA Youth Sports programs promote healthy kids, families and communities by placing a priority on family involvement, healthy competition, the value of participation over winning and team building. • Our programs include: • Swim Team, Karate, Little Tykes Sports, Youth Basketball, Youth Volleyball, Youth Baseball and T-Ball Clinics, Etc.
    • Program Growth in Summer Day Camp Program Participants 2007-2012 748 585 496 509 269 269 1/1/2007 1/1/2008 1/1/2009 1/1/2010 1/1/2011 1/1/2012
    • Program Trends…National Y Table 29. Programs with the Greatest Growth Between 2010 and 2011 (Growth in the Number of YMCAs Providing Them) Percentage Growth Diabetes Prevention/Intervention for Adults/Older Adults Cancer Wellness 1% 9% Programs for People with Chronic Disease 11% 2% Corporate Health and Fitness Programs Adults Mentoring Youth 3% Camp Arts 7% Service-Learning 17% Adaptive / Inclusive Youth Sports Afterschool Academic Enrichment Programs 9% Indoor Group Cycling Core Training 2% Urban Swim (outreach swim safety 10% instruction) 1% 3% Group Strength Training Classes 1% 3% Afterschool Arts 1% 5% 2% 7% Family Programs That Impact a Familys 4% 2% Economic Self-Sufficiency Diabetes Prevention/Intervention for Children/Youth/Teens
    • Major Accomplishments…• Received “Outstanding Partner in Education” Award from the District School Board of Collier County.• Received “2012 Business Partner Recognition” Award from the Florida Commissioner of Education• CEO holds Board Position on the Florida Alliance of YMCA’s• Met strategic planning goal of increasing community/membership penetration rate to 14% one year ahead of schedule.• Increased number of children served in East Naples area by 75% in four years. • 84% of Cost is Subsidized through grants and other donations.• Have implemented Environmental Rating Scales in our preschool classrooms. The scales are designed to assess process quality in an early childhood or school age care group. Our programs rated above average in Environmental Ratings.• Established Endowment and Reserve Funds.
    • Financial Information…Income 2011 Actuals: Grants/Contributions/Special Events $ 757,448 (34.9%) Membership Fees $ 781,504 (36.0%) Program Fees $ 615,611 (28.4%) Use of Facilities and Other $ 13,935 ( 0.7%) TOTAL $2,168,498Expense 2011 Actuals: Salaries/Benefits $1,065,309 (52.1%) Facilities $ 387,647 (18.9%) Administrative $ 170,067 ( 8.3%) Fundraising/Development $ 121,742 ( 5.9%) Program Expenses $ 301,544 (14.8%) TOTAL $2,046,309
    • Financial Information…Balance Sheet (as of September 30, 2012)AssetsChecking/Savings $ 215,944 Restricted Cash Includes:Restricted Cash Accts $ 399,508 Cash Reserves: $171,057 Endowment Fd: $ 22,565Other Current Assets $ 56,154Fixed Assets $1,766,019Total Assets $2,437,625LiabilitiesAccounts Payable $ 23,643Current Liabilities $ 5,088Long Term Liabilities $ 0Total Liabilities $ 28,731Fund Balance $2,371,864Net Income $ 37,030Total Liabilities and Equity $ 2,437,625
    • Financial Trends… Income Trend 2007-2011 800,000 700,000 600,000 500,000 400,000 300,000 200,000 100,000 - 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007Grants/Contributions/Special Events 757,448 654,100 589,947 599,847 512,175Membership Fees 781,504 726,235 698,892 725,473 683,905Program Fees 615,611 601,014 579,440 529,760 672,150Use of Facilities and Other 13,935 20,997 23,549 51,676 25,300
    • Financial Trends… Expense Trends 2007-2011 1,400,000 1,200,000 1,000,000 800,000 600,000 400,000 200,000 - 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 Salaries/Benefits 1,065,309 1,013,457 1,025,782 1,210,007 1,142,213 Facilities 387,647 346,628 362,173 365,658 392,089 Administrative 170,067 213,585 210,687 289,369 229,968 Fundraising/Development 121,742 71,963 54,763 73,422 118,172 Program Expenses 301,544 246,579 191,025 221,978 208,167
    • Capital Investment Needs…• Facilities $3,500,000 to $6,500,000• Endowment $6,000,000 to $10,000,000• Technology/Equipment $100,000 to $150,000• Staffing $120,000 to $150,000 • Membership Director • Professional Health Director • Fitness Center Attendant • Youth Development Director • Facility ManagerTOTAL NEEDS (Range): $9,600,000 to $16,650,000