LOCAL FINDLAY Y
INVEST IN…EACH OTHER – INVEST IN…OUR COMMUNITY
In 2016, the YMCA provided over $480,000 in charitable services. Over 45,000 people were able to participate in YMCA programs because of the generous support of our annual investors.
The YMCA provides weekend meals to any elementary and pre-school aged student who opts into the program in the Findlay City Schools and Cory Rawson. This important program is part of United Way of Hancock County’s Halt Hunger Initiative.
RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY POOL
Thousands of kids and their families made over 25,000 visits to swim at our Riverside Community Pool last year. With your support, the YMCA can continue to operate this beautiful Findlay asset and make it affordable and safe for all our kids and families each and every summer. $50 provides a youth the opportunity to swim all year long
YMCA MEMBERSHIP – OPEN DOORS
The YMCA provides kids a safe place to be every day of the year, a place where they can swim, play, and experience the fun and excitement of challenging youth sports activities without the pressure that can be part of competitive sports. $100 will sponsor a child’s YMCA membership for an entire year
YOUTH OBESITY PREVENTION INITIATIVE
The Y is committed to being a leader for youth obesity education and prevention in Hancock County.
With the steady rise in drug and alcohol abuse, the YMCA continues to provide opportunities for recreation and challenge for youth of all ages so that their leisure time can be spent in a safe and enriching environment.
MARY BRENNER CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
$156,000 was provided in scholarship assistance in 2016 to care for children in poverty stricken families in Hancock County. Children in 51 families living at or below the poverty level were provided daily care while their parents continued to work during difficult economic times. $150.00 can provide a week of child care for a toddler or pre-school aged child.
SUMMER DAY CAMP
A camp experience where youth spend their summers growing physically, mentally and socially in the outdoors; swimming, hiking and developing leadership skills. $80 provides a youth with a summer camp experience they’ll remember for a lifetime