Y OF 2030Y OVERVIEW FOR COMMUNITY LEADERSDECEMBER 12, 2030Lauren MartinBonny LottViviana Padilla
THIS IS THE YWelcome tothe Y.We‘re for healthyliving, youthdevelopment, andsocial responsibility.And we lead theway to sol...
Volusia                                        Flagler                                        Family                      ...
A LOOK BACKIN 2011, THE OUTLOOK FOR OUR COMMUNITY WAS   DISMAL.Youth obesityLatchkey kidsHealthcarecostsPhilanthropy4   ©2...
BUT THE Y HAS HELPED CHANGE THATThrough collaborations and a focus onsociety‘s true problems.                             ...
WELCOME TO THE NEW Y    The mission of the Volusia Flagler Family YMCA is    to put Christian principles into practice thr...
HEALTHY LIVING    ―The groundwork of all happiness is    health.‖ –James Leigh Hunt7     ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
HEALTHY LIVING                                      The Healthy Living                                      movement spark...
HEALTHY LIVINGHow we’ve solved itSilver Services DepartmentPartnerships with:              Area hospitals              Phy...
HEALTHY LIVING The result                                       We‘ve seen no increase   We serve 85,000 seniors,         ...
HEALTHY LIVINGThe problem  Predictions:  By 2050 one in three  Americans will have diabetes  Worldwide the incidence of  d...
HEALTHY LIVINGHow we solved it Partnerships:       CDC       Health Department       Hospitals  To implement:       YMCA D...
HEALTHY LIVINGThe result                                       The average American                                       ...
HEALTHY LIVINGThe problem  By 2042  minorities will be  the majority in  the U.S.In 2011, they had:Low rates of access to ...
HEALTHY LIVINGThe solutionFamily and culturalProgramming centered onhealthy livingIntegration between member recordsand he...
HEALTHY LIVINGThe results                          Access to healthcare among                          minorities increase...
YOUTH     DEVELOPMENT     We cannot always build the future for our youth,     but we can build our youth for the future. ...
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT   The problem    Between 1980 and                   Many children were    2010, childhood               ...
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT   The solutionSky AcademyMissionTo promote academicachievement through infusion ofwellness strategies in...
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT   The results                         Childhood obesity                         Academic achievement    ...
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT   The problem        Volusia County was             Rates lowest among        among lowest in the       ...
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT   The solutionVPK programfocused onreadinessEarly learning certified teacher atevery site!Three Main Com...
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT   The results                  Drastic increases                  in kindergarten                  prepa...
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT   The problem                         More than one in                                       three kids ...
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT   The solutionImpact-based afterschool enrichmentData collected and analyzed regularly to:Improve progra...
PLAYGROUND26 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
FRUIT AND VEGGIE GARDEN27 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT   The results                       Percent of latchkey kids dropped from 33 to 10                      ...
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT   The problem   Elicit drug use                                       High rates                        ...
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT   The solutionTeen-specific programming:iGen MediaProject 396Nine by GraceYouth in Government30 ©2030 VO...
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT   The results                                   Increased rates of career and college                   ...
SOCIAL     RESPONSIBILITY     ―What we have done for ourselves alone dies     with us; what we have done for others and   ...
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY   The problemThe Y was viewed as a ―gym and swim‖People knew little of the mission33 ©2030 VOLUSIA F...
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY   The solutionThe Y of 2030 is truly cause-driven―A friendly ‗hello‘ becomes a conversation, and a c...
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY   The solution cont’dBoard is well-trained, supported, and engagedThey understand their role:R ecrui...
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY   The solution cont’d The mission is                        A new Y story made a                    ...
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY   The results                            The Y is the charity of choice in our community            ...
THE Y HAS     HELPED     STRENGTHEN THE     COMMUNITY     Through focus, partnerships and     attention to impact38      ©...
QUESTIONS?39 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
THANK YOUFOR WHAT YOU MEAN TO OUR COMMUNITYLauren MartinBonny LottViviana Padilla
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  • Youth of single mothers are twice as likely to drop out of school and significantly more likely to end up in foster or group care and in juvenile justice facilities. Youth in fatherless homes are more likely to be incarcerated at some point in their life. Youth from single-parent families have a threefold greater risk of bearing children as unwed teenagers. Today’s families are fundamentally different in structure than they were decades ago: 60 percent of all families had a traditional structure in 1940 with dad as the breadwinner and mom as the homemaker. Today 13 percent of families fit the traditional structure. Nearly 60 percent of American women are currently in the country’s labor force full-time. Strong afterschool programs are needed now more than ever before! In spite of the change in family structure, childcare costs are often inaccessible for the average earners: on a national scale, childcare costs $8,000 to $14,000 per year—equal to what families pay for college tuition plus room and board at a public university, according to the Childcare Information Exchange. When childcare becomes unaffordable, parents may make the choice to leave their kids home alone after school, where they do not receive peer or adult mentoring, help with homework, responsible supervision, or socialization.
  • HPL Y of the Future!

    1. 1. Y OF 2030Y OVERVIEW FOR COMMUNITY LEADERSDECEMBER 12, 2030Lauren MartinBonny LottViviana Padilla
    2. 2. THIS IS THE YWelcome tothe Y.We‘re for healthyliving, youthdevelopment, andsocial responsibility.And we lead theway to solve ourcommunity‘sproblems. 2 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    3. 3. Volusia Flagler Family YMCA3 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    4. 4. A LOOK BACKIN 2011, THE OUTLOOK FOR OUR COMMUNITY WAS DISMAL.Youth obesityLatchkey kidsHealthcarecostsPhilanthropy4 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    5. 5. BUT THE Y HAS HELPED CHANGE THATThrough collaborations and a focus onsociety‘s true problems. Fewer people Fewer people have diabetes are obese People give more to charity More kids are active5 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    6. 6. WELCOME TO THE NEW Y The mission of the Volusia Flagler Family YMCA is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.Let us tell you more.6 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    7. 7. HEALTHY LIVING ―The groundwork of all happiness is health.‖ –James Leigh Hunt7 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    8. 8. HEALTHY LIVING The Healthy Living movement sparked change across our country. The problem 26% of Florida would be 65 and older and would put strain on our healthcare system8 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    9. 9. HEALTHY LIVINGHow we’ve solved itSilver Services DepartmentPartnerships with: Area hospitals Physicians‘ offices Rehabilitation facilities Senior service agenciesPreventive care and care after hospitalizationPPACA gave incentive for above agencies to partner with us9 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    10. 10. HEALTHY LIVING The result We‘ve seen no increase We serve 85,000 seniors, in healthcare through preventive and consumption or cost after-hospitalization care at more than 35 sites Seniors in Florida are hospitalized less than in the history of our state ―I‘m stronger at 72 than I‘ve ever been,‖ says one member. ―I expected to know my way around the hospital by now. The last time I went was 10 years ago, to see the birth of my granddaughter.‖10 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    11. 11. HEALTHY LIVINGThe problem Predictions: By 2050 one in three Americans will have diabetes Worldwide the incidence of diabetes would triple between 2010 and 205011 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    12. 12. HEALTHY LIVINGHow we solved it Partnerships: CDC Health Department Hospitals To implement: YMCA Diabetes Prevention Program Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Management Program12 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    13. 13. HEALTHY LIVINGThe result The average American tripled his amount of physical activity and quadrupled his intake of fruits and vegetables 15% of today’s population has diabetes, and only 10% of Americans suffer from it13 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    14. 14. HEALTHY LIVINGThe problem By 2042 minorities will be the majority in the U.S.In 2011, they had:Low rates of access to healthcareDisproportionately high rates of health problems14 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    15. 15. HEALTHY LIVINGThe solutionFamily and culturalProgramming centered onhealthy livingIntegration between member recordsand healthcare dataTransportation assistance to health providers15 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    16. 16. HEALTHY LIVINGThe results Access to healthcare among minorities increased by 75%Health inequityamong minoritypopulations waseliminated in2025!16 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    17. 17. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future. – Franklin D. Roosevelt17 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    18. 18. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The problem Between 1980 and Many children were 2010, childhood not getting adequate obesity more than physical activity tripled in the U.S. 2010 research showed correlation between student wellness and achievement18 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    19. 19. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The solutionSky AcademyMissionTo promote academicachievement through infusion ofwellness strategies into learningof the next generation SunshineState standards19 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    20. 20. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The results Childhood obesity Academic achievement Lifelong commitment to healthy living20 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    21. 21. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The problem Volusia County was Rates lowest among among lowest in the impoverished state for readiness at populations kindergarten21 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    22. 22. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The solutionVPK programfocused onreadinessEarly learning certified teacher atevery site!Three Main Components:LiteracyDevelopment of motor skillsStructured physical activity throughSPARK22 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    23. 23. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The results Drastic increases in kindergarten preparedness Better long-term academic achievement for those enrolled in Y‘s VPK23 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    24. 24. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The problem More than one in three kids was left home along during non-school hours 36 percent of families were led by single parents Afterschool care was largely unaffordable24 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    25. 25. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The solutionImpact-based afterschool enrichmentData collected and analyzed regularly to:Improve programsTarget children demonstrating problemsDesign new components basedon data results25 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    26. 26. PLAYGROUND26 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    27. 27. FRUIT AND VEGGIE GARDEN27 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    28. 28. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The results Percent of latchkey kids dropped from 33 to 10 Kids of single moms no longer any likelier to become unwed teenage parents than kids from unbroken homes Thanks to generous financial assistance, prices have not risen, and afterschool care is more affordable than it has been for decades28 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    29. 29. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The problem Elicit drug use High rates of teen pregnancy Low rates of physical activity Homelessness29 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    30. 30. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The solutionTeen-specific programming:iGen MediaProject 396Nine by GraceYouth in Government30 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    31. 31. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The results Increased rates of career and college placement Teen pregnancy has decreased dramatically Drug use among pre-teens dropped from 39% to 20% 10% of U.S. Congressmen and 15% of state legislators are Youth In Government graduates31 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    32. 32. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ―What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.‖ ― Albert Pike32 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    33. 33. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY The problemThe Y was viewed as a ―gym and swim‖People knew little of the mission33 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    34. 34. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY The solutionThe Y of 2030 is truly cause-driven―A friendly ‗hello‘ becomes a conversation, and a conversationbecomes a relationship.‖ – Neil Nicoll At the Y of 2030, every staff member‘s role is to build relationships Listen First and Deepening Relationships: honed to be even more effective—and practiced everyday!34 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    35. 35. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY The solution cont’dBoard is well-trained, supported, and engagedThey understand their role:R ecruitA dvocateG iveS olicit and steward35 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    36. 36. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY The solution cont’d The mission is A new Y story made a is displayed on priority at the lobby TVs every level and on staff of decision- tablets every making single day by volunteers36 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    37. 37. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY The results The Y is the charity of choice in our community Every staff and board member gives at a meaningful level Every board member campaigns Our endowment is 50% of our operating budget 33% of our members give We raise $1.1M through the campaign each year37 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    38. 38. THE Y HAS HELPED STRENGTHEN THE COMMUNITY Through focus, partnerships and attention to impact38 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    39. 39. QUESTIONS?39 ©2030 VOLUSIA FLAGLER FAMILY YMCA
    40. 40. THANK YOUFOR WHAT YOU MEAN TO OUR COMMUNITYLauren MartinBonny LottViviana Padilla

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