Central Florida YMCA - Central Florida Foundation

Central Florida YMCA - Central Florida Foundation

Central Florida YMCA Summary Contact Information Nonprofit Central Florida YMCA Address 433 N Mills Ave Orlando, FL 32803 Phone (407) 896-9220 ...

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Central Florida YMCA

Summary Contact Information Nonprofit

Central Florida YMCA

Address

433 N Mills Ave Orlando, FL 32803

Phone

(407) 896-9220

Fax

(407) 896-4247

Web Site

www.ymcacf.org

At a Glance IRS Ruling Year

1946

Organization's type of tax exempt status

Public Supported Charity

Name of supporting organization

YMCA of Central Florida

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Statements Statements Mission The purpose of the YMCA of Central Florida is to improve lives of all in Central Florida by connecting individuals, families and communities with opportunities based in Christian values that strengthen Spirit, Mind and Body. Impact The YMCA of Central Florida supports its communities with neighborhood-based services which annually impact the lives of more than 425,000 residents. Through the dedicated efforts of its 18 Family Centers, 4 Outreach Y's and 2 Early Childhood Center locations, and 50 school site locations, the Y's 2,097 staff members and 22,000 plus volunteers provide youth development, healthy living and social responsibility programs in Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake, Brevard and Marion counties. Last year the Y was able to leverage its internal resources as well as supplemental funding from donors to generate $1 million to operate 4 "outreach Y's" purposely located in economically-challenged neighborhoods so children and families have a safe and secure place for health, social and educational-support programs. Another $5.4 million in financial assistance was given to 53,960 residents enabling individuals to participate in year round Y youth, adult and senior programming. Similarly, through its focus on supporting families, the Y helped reduce family stress by providing quality drop-in care for more than 2,200 children per day in our 20 Y child development centers; and in total served more than 65,000 kids, aged six months to 18 years in a Y program and more than 10,000 youth in 67 after-school programs. But the Y isn't just for youth/families; its for all and last year, 425,000 adults and seniors were empowered to get healthier for life through a Y connection. This year, the Y's top goals are: (1) To fund and our Annual Support Fund to enable increased access to 35,000 deserving individuals for Y programs designed to help them reach their highest potential Spirit, Mind and Body; (2) To further stabilize the operations of our 4 Outreach Ys serving the region's most fragile communities; (3) To expand our Y programming that focuses on improving the lives of all individuals (cradle to grave) through personalized programs that produce outcomes ranging from improved reading in children to disease prevention in adults. Needs Our top 5 most pressing needs are as follows: (1) Annual Support: $3 million will enable the Y to provide financial assistance for more than 35,000 deserving kids, families, adults and seniors. (2) Outreach Ys: $1,000,000 will help stabilize the operations of our 4 Outreach Ys which meet the needs of thousands of children, families and seniors in economically challenged and fragile communities. (3) Health Programming: $500, 0000 will enable over 2,500 individuals to participate in one of the YUSA evidence-based programs including cancer survivorship, pre-diabetes, arthritis, health coaching, and family obesity; (4) Youth Programming: $500,000 to ensure access to teen leadership (Teen Achievers), summer camp and after-school programming for youth/families that need a safe and secure place to thrive and grow; and (5) Aquatics & Water Safety: $200,000 will provide 250 children with an exposure to safety around water through swim lessons and 250 infants to participate in the Y's drowning prevention program for children (Safe Start).

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Background Originally founded in London, England in 1884 the Central Florida YMCA has pioneered social support of community for nearly 130 years. From its humble beginnings of 12 Charter members in 1884 seeking to respond to the unhealthy social conditions of the Industrial Revolution, the YMCA is now a global organization operating in 119 countries with over 2,000 Y Associations in the US. The first Y arrived in the US in 1851 and in 1885, Frank Curtis, Sidney Ives, and a few others formed the Orlando YMCA. This visionary volunteer leadership has been the foundation of the Y in Central Florida from the early days to Eldon Gore and Harry Dickson at the turn of the century, to Judge Picton Warlow, Harry Dickson and Judge Donald Cheney in the 20's and 30's, to Linton Allen, William O'Neal, George Stuart and Martin Anderson in the 40s and 50s, to John Sterchi, Dan Ruffier, Frank Hubbard and Jack Bowen in the 60's and 70's, to Barbara Roper, Ralph Martinez and Tom Warlick in the 80's and 90's, to Chas Bailes and Robin Fisher since the turn of the century, and to today's Board Chair, Mike Manuel. During the first 65 years of its existence, the YMCA acquired, leased and used many locations including the current Eola Inn. But in 1950, Camp Wewa was acquired and a permanent physical footprint was established. In 1967 and 1968 the Downtown YMCA and Winter Park YMCAs were opened after $800,000 was raised and since that time the Y footprint has grown to 27 locations across 6 counties. In 1994 the Y Board made several strategic changes that would direct the YMCA to new levels: (1) changing the name of the branches to Family Centers, which recognized that over 85% of the members were families; (2) creating a Home Mission Fund that allocates 5% of all membership revenue to the fund Outreach Y's in "at-risk" communities such as Titusville, Tangelo Park, Pine Hills and Osceola County; (3) moving from a program-based YMCA to a membership-based YMCA that engages people year round and creates Y families; and (4) revising the mission statement to clearly state its unique purpose in the community. From 2000-2005, the YMCA enhanced its impact on education by: (1) opening a YMCA and elementary school in a single building at Lake Nona; (2) opening two state of the art child-care centers in partnership with Walt Disney; (3) opening the Cocoa YMCA at Brevard Community College; and (4) partnering with Orange County for the creation of 14+ middle school after school programs. CEO/Executive Director Statement YMCA Vision for the Future"Message from the President" Thirty-five years ago, I joined the YMCA family because I believed in its mission and vision. We strengthen neighborhoods and improve lives by providing safe and secure facilities and extraordinary programs. The Central Florida Y is comprised of 18 Family Centers, 4 Outreach Y's and 2 Early Childhood Centers in 6 counties that serve 450,000 annually across all these locations. Four of our Family Centers (Outreach Y's) are located in under-served neighborhoods so that there is a safe place for kids to gather, and where all ages from infant to seniors can develop friendships while getting and staying healthy through our programs. In addition, we are in over 70 schools and offer over 80 worksite wellness programs. At the Y we want to ensure that individuals who need us are never kept away due to a financial hardship. For example, in 2017, $2.7M in financial assistance was provided to over 41,000 individuals to ensure access to Y quality programs including youth sports, health programs, after-school programs and family memberships across all Ys; and over $1M was spent to fund operations at 4 “outreach Y's so children and families could have a safe and secure place for health, social and educational-support programs, an impact on nearly 25,000 individuals in these fragile communities. And in the Fall of 2017, Hurricane Maria made the need even greater as thousands fled Puerto Rico to join family in Central Florida. Our strategic focus includes YOUTH DEVELOPMENT, HEALTHY LIVING, and SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT: we help more than 100,000 youth reach their highest potential year-round through quality programs that include before and after school courses, summer camps, and sports activities. We place great emphasis on eliminating the achievement gap and summer slide. HEALTHY LIVING: we make resources available to 600,000 community members and focus on the prevention of chronic diseases. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: we teach our members ways to give back to our communities through volunteering and supporting neighborhood projects to help those in underserved and economically-challenged areas. Our five-year strategic plan includes improving, expanding, and building facilities so that our programs can serve an even broader constituency. Our mission “to improve lives to all in Central Florida by connecting individuals, families, and communities with opportunities based on Christian values that strengthen the Spirit, Mind, and Body.” Dan Wilcox, President

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Board Chair Statement As you know, the world can be unpredictable, but one thing remains certain – the Y is, and always will be, dedicated to building healthy, confident, connected and secure children, adults, families and communities. And the YMCA of Central Florida works side-by-side with community partners to make sure everyone has the opportunity to learn, grown and thrive. Each year, to keep our commitment to never turning anyone away regardless of their ability to pay, we count on the generosity of our members and partners for gifts that keep our doors open and accessible to ALL and enable us to give back and support neighbors right in our community. In light of the continued weak economic conditions, our goal is to continue responding to our Central Florida community critical needs and provide Y programs and services to even more people in need. Last year, we provided more than $2.7M in financial assistance over 41,000 individuals to ensure access to Y quality programs including youth sports, health programs, after-school programs and family memberships across all Ys; and over $1M was spent to fund operations at 4 “outreach Y's so children and families could have a safe and secure place for health, social and educational-support programs, an impact on nearly 25,000 individuals in these fragile communities. In total, over $11 million was spent for kids, families, adults and seniors in Central Florida be part of the Y. Kids were able to participate in youth sports, attend camps, and be in the care of youth development professionals in a safe and positive environment. Families in need were able to improve their health. Adults learned the meaning of well-being. Seniors connected with their neighbors and made new friends. All achieved through generous gifts where 100% of each dollar goes directly to helping those mentioned above. As board chair, I am committed to our cause to strengthen the community and create a meaningful, enduring impact. I believe there is no better mission than Changing Lives and Inspiring Futures through active involvement with the "Y"! Yours in the Y, Mary Jane Arrington; Metro Board Chair CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments At the heart of this organization is a pioneering spirit in our cause from volunteers and staff. By investing in kids and people, we're not simply moving people forward in our community today, we are building an entire legacy of change, one that is founded on the prevention of failed children, family stress and poor health. Day-in and dayout, the Y counts on volunteers and donors who commit to the potential of kids, to the improvement of the community's overall health, and to support neighbors who need it most. And so, we recognize the contributions made by so many. Thanks to people, we've been able to establish ourselves as the leading cause-driven organization in the Central Florida community. We continue to carry out our mission of strengthening the community. And we continue to help tens of thousands of individuals and families learn, grow, and thrive.

Areas of Service Geographic Areas Served Areas FL - Orange FL - Osceola FL - Lake FL - Brevard FL - Seminole FL - Marion The Central Florida YMCA serves six counties including Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Lake, Marion and Brevard Counties with Cities that include Orlando, Winter Park, Kissimmee, Lake Mary, Oviedo, Apopka, Tavares, Winter Garden, Pine Hills, Titusville, Cocoa, and Ocala.

Service Categories Primary Organization Type Human Services Secondary Organization Type Education

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Tertiary Organization Type Philanthropy,Voluntarism & Grantmaking Foundations

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Impact Goals The ultimate goal of the YMCA of Central Florida is to STRENGTHEN COMMUNITY. We see ourselves as part of the fabric of the communities we serve and thus, as a“good neighbor” we see it as our role to create space and programming where EVERY individual can not only grow but thrive. No matter what age, income, or background, we provide programs that meet their needs and allow them to be strengthened in spirit, body, and mind. This is accomplished through dozens of programs, most of which fall under the categories of “YOUTH DEVELOPMENT,” “HEALTHY LIVING,” and “SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY.” We believe in SMART goals (Specific, Measurable, Appropriate, Reasonable, and Time-bound) and have implemented a very aggressive strategic plan to accomplish these goals. Specifically: 1. Access to membership: by 2020, the board of trustees for the Central Florida YMCA has targeted a goal of increasing scholarships that will be used to expand our outreach to less fortunate kids and families and those suffering from chronic illness. 2. Sustainability of facilities: we will be renovating existing space to better meet the needs of the communities we're serving. 3. Impact on community: to help fulfill our goal of making a difference in our communities, we will continue and expand upon our already successful programs that include an outcome-based learning curriculum and summer camps for our youth, increasing our volunteer ratio to allow community service opportunities that impact lives, partnering with healthcare systems such as Florida Hospital and Orlando Health to close the clinic to community gap, and invigorating our Missions Committee to minister to our faith-based community. Our projection includes impacting the lives of over 1 million individuals by 2020.

Strategies Our long-term strategic vision can be summed up in three focus areas: “YOUTH DEVELOPMENT,” “HEALTHY LIVING,” and “SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY.” Through creative YOUTH DEVELOPMENT programming that includes “Links2Learning,” “READ,” middle and high school Achiever's Programs, water sports, and innovative summer camp opportunities, the YMCA of Central Florida is positioned to positively impact the youth throughout neighborhoods in six counties. We will invest in the lives of over 100,000 kids this year. ALL youth programs emphasize values, reading, wellness, and strengthening families. It is estimated that only 10% of our population practices and adheres to a healthy lifestyle. Therefore, the HEALTHY LIVING PROGRAM has set a goal of impacting 20% of our 3 million constituents, which equates to 600,000 people throughout our six-county region. Some of our cutting edge offerings include diabetes prevention, physical therapy for cancer survivors, nutritional and physical training for chronic pain sufferers, personalized health initiatives for obese children and their families, as well as specialized programs for children with autism. All of our programs are Personal, Preventative, and Integrated. Finally, our SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY focus encompasses the development of a culture that includes volunteerism, philanthropy, and an attitude of “helping others.” Our desire is to unite those in each community we serve with a goal to increase our current number of volunteers from 6,800 to 40,000 dedicated people. We will accomplish this through a deliberate volunteer program that will be led by committee volunteers and financial development with capital campaigns. Our greatest resource in years to come will be the “Human Resource” who will give of their time, talent, and treasure, investing in the well-being and best interests of their friends and neighbors.

Capabilities With 18 Family Centers including 4 outreach Y's in the Central Florida Region, the Y offers expanded and diverse locations to meet the needs of the communities we serve. Each community presents its own unique needs and challenges, so the Y is continually expanding and adding programs to meet those needs. To do that, we depend upon community partners whose vision and passion underscores our goals. Their support and generosity provide the resources to help us accomplish our common goals. Some of our partners include Dr. Phillips Charities, Pepsico, Orlando Health, West Orange Healthcare District, Lockheed Martin, McCormick Foundation, Florida Hospital, Monroe Regional Medical Center, Orlando Magic Youth Foundation, Orange County Government, Disney, Tavistock, Darden Foundation, United Way, and Bank of America. By far, our most important resource is our people. During our prime summer season, the Y employs over 3,000 workers, recruited from the highest levels of excellence in their professions, including several Olympians. We have hired

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the best in business, finance, marketing, academics, health and wellness, and youth development. With an annual budget of over $64 million, registrations and membership fees cover most of our operating costs; the other income is generated from the generous donors in the community.

Indicators The Y of Central Florida provides extensive documentation of data and statistics in order to measure success, progress, and improvement. For example, we have a goal of doubling our membership by the year 2020 and increasing our volunteer force from 7,000 to 40,000. To accomplish this, we are instituting a Membership and Volunteer committee to work within our communities, in our schools, and at local churches to garner the support and involvement of our needed “people” resources. In addition, our academic programs that include reading, technology, math, and science, implement measurement tools at the beginning of each session, followed by a post-program evaluation at its conclusion to be able to correctly evaluate student progress and discover areas of weakness. In our Health and Wellness area, patients who enroll in Y evidence-based programs for cancer survivors and seniors with joint inflammation or fall risk have a set of pre- and post- assessments to demonstrate the efficacy of this program on achieving increased functionality and quality of life. We will also track the improvement in the health of at- risk children through a Y program called Healthy Weight and Your Child. We are in the process of enrolling 100 obese children AND their families in an exclusive program where through exercising at the Y and practicing good nutrition, we expect to see great improvement in the health and well-being of these children and their families. Too numerous to mention here, the Y offers sports programs of all kinds and classes from golf to swimming and diving. As a matter of fact, our Aquatic Center at International Drive and I-4, under the leadership of Olympic champion, Rowdy Gaines, has become the premiere destination for international swimming and diving competitions. Each year over 200,000 people access the Aquatic Center and it hosts 180 organized national, regional, and state aquatic events. This number stands to grow as we host additional meets and competitions in the upcoming years.

Progress I In our 3 major areas of focus, there are many accomplishments to date however, perhaps our continued goal not realized is access to the Y programs and services to ALL who need it - this is due to either lack of funding support or because we have been unable to expand all services to all locations. Some highlights are listed below: Our YOUTH DEVELOPMENT program has been rapidly expanding through two major funding sources: the 21st Century Grant which is covered the cost of adding four middle school after-school programs in Lake County. This brings our total to 34 elementary schools and 24 middle schools. In addition to positively impacting students throughout the school year with sports and after-school programs, the Y summer camps in 2017 drew over 22,441 kids. Also, during our one-week long received free swim lessons at 22 of our YMCA of Central Florida pools. With drowning the number one cause of death in children under the age of four, we see this as an incredible way to serve our neighborhoods. Similarly, our HEALTHY LIVING programs have helped to improve the health of more than 150,000 members each year, and as we continue to expand our services to cancer survivors, diabetes patients, seniors, and the arthritis, this number will dramatically rise. We now even offer a “Coach Approach” to businesses that enroll their employees in a 6-month program designed for the health and well-being of their employees. Another program that is gaining footing is our SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY focus. We have chosen “4 Outreach Y's” from which to pour scholarships, programs, and facility improvements. These include under served communities in Title 1 school systems, such as Wayne Densch (Pine Hills), Tangelo Park, South Orlando and Osceola . Since 2014 we have committed $11 million to serve over 90,000 people.

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Programs Programs Y Golf and Learning After School Program Description

LINKS 2 LEARNING, an innovative Y program that introduces kids to a new sport – golf – while also providing the afterschool safety, academic support, nourishment and mentoring they need to thrive today – and in the future. In addition to afterschool golf instruction, which instills values, selfrespect and civility, kids also receive extra help with homework and reading. And through the Y's Lockheed Martin Technology Centers, they also learn about golf's connection to important science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills. Thanks to great community partners, the program also offers food support, case management and other types of services that will help kids – and their entire families – grow stronger, healthier and able to thrive. Y GOLF IS FILLING A VERY REAL NEED. Seventy-nine percent of children served by Links 2 Learning qualify for free or reduced school lunches. The program is offered free to all children in need. With Y Links 2 Learning campuses located in neighborhoods with schools in close proximity, kids can walk to the Y after school and have access to this program, thus reducing transportation barriers and stress on working families. Safety, Security, Peace of Mind.

Class Code

Education, General/Other

Class Sub Code

Afterschool Enrichment

Population Served

K-12 (5-19 years) At-Risk Populations

Budget

$0.00

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Summer Camp Description

When school lets out for summer, kids who don't continue to read, learn and keep their minds active can fall behind their classmates who do. Some parents don't have the knowledge/resources required to keep their kids engaged in productive activities all summer. Many families can't afford to enroll their kids in a structured summer program. As a solution, the Y developed resident and day camp programs with a focus on reading/values/health/family stress, that goes far beyond typical camp experience. Our camp programs are packed with physical activities, day trips, adventures and cool things for kids to do. But it's more than fun and games. Campers also learn the importance of values and are encouraged to exhibit in all their actions. The camp curriculum places a strong focus on learning, reading and developing skills and self-esteem that children need to succeed throughout their lives. The Y offers scholarships so that all children have an opportunity to enjoy this enriching experience.

Class Code

Education, General/Other

Class Sub Code

Afterschool Enrichment

Population Served

Children Only (5 - 14 years)

Budget

$0.00

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Elementary and Middle School After School Programs Description

Many working parents/single parents struggle to find a safe/productive environment for their kids after school. Some kids face limited educational opportunities during school due to district budget restrictions, fostering an academic achievement gap between kids of different communities and income levels. When middle school kids don't have productive, organized and adequately supervised after school activities, they can get involved in drugs/crime/other events, negatively impacting their future. Working with local school systems, the Y developed high-quality, learning focused after school programs for elementary/middle school students with 8 core components: arts/humanities, character development, health/wellness, homework support, literacy, STEM, service learning, and social competence/conflict resolution. Real teachers supervise, so all students receive additional support from qualified educators, a benefit that helps narrow the achievement gap between low and middle income students.

Class Code

Education, General/Other

Class Sub Code

Afterschool Enrichment

Population Served

Children Only (5 - 14 years)

Budget

$0.00

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Health Seeker Wellness Program Description

The Y of Central Florida is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of all residents. This goes beyond people joining the Y to exercise. Rather, it connects them to a health movement that makes an impact on disease prevention and adherence to a healthy lifestyle. Statistics show that only 3% of Americans exercise the CDC recommended three times per week. The Y decided to focus on the 97% who struggle to maintain a regular exercise routine, those who know it is the right thing to do, but struggle with finding the motivation. With the help of Dr Jim Annesi, a new wellness program that teaches new and returning members how to start and stick with an exercise plan. It begins with a personalized assessment with a Y wellness coach, who designs an easy-to-follow plan. People start feeling the benefits of regular exercise, have more energy, less stress, and improved health. We have redesigned our wellness floors with three distinct areas to fit the individuals comfort level.

Class Code Class Sub Code Population Served Budget

$175,000.00

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Achievers Description

Statistics show high school dropout rates are higher among AfricanAmerican and Hispanic students. Research shows teens are more motivated to succeed academically when encouraged/guided by successful adults who look like them. The Y Achievers Program addresses these issues by partnering students with successful adult role models who provide mentoring and enrichment activities to participants. 7th-12th grade Achievers participate in post-secondary access workshops, college prep seminars, internships, job shadow options and college tours that help raise their academic standards, develop positive self-esteem, and build character. Career cluster and cultural/recreational activities ignite interest, motivate success and provide exposure to positive life choices. The primary focus is to assist teens to establish, pursue and achieve post-secondary education and career goals through 4-year colleges/universities, 2-year community colleges, technical/trade schools and/or military/armed services.

Class Code Class Sub Code Population Served Budget

$0.00

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Health & Wellness Description

Using our fitness centers as a spring board for healthy living, the YMCA of Central Florida offers a plethora of programs from youth to seniors that encourage healthy living habits. Some of these include: a Diabetes Prevention Program, physical therapy for Parkinson's patients, a “Live Strong” recuperation program for cancer survivors, nutritional counseling, customized exercise and eating regimens for those who suffer from obesity, and infant drowning-prevention classes. As one would expect, the YMCA offers fitness classes that meet the needs of every age group and every interest level, including Zumba, yoga, cycling, body pump, Pilates, muscle conditioning, turbo kick, PIYO (a combination of Pilates and Yoga), step, core training, and hip hop. We are currently working with Florida Hospital to fight childhood obesity with our “Healthy 100 Kids” program, where not just the 100 children, but whole families are enrolled in the program so that together, they are learning to make healthy choices, while having fun together. Our overall Healthy Living impact serves over 141,000 of our friends and neighbors each year.

Class Code

Health Care, General/Other

Class Sub Code Population Served Budget

$0.00

Long Term Success Short Term Success Program Success Monitored By Examples of Program Success

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LiveSTRONG at the YMCA Description

LIVESTRONG at the YMCA is a twelve-week, small group program (6 participants per 1 instructor) designed for adult cancer survivors. This program fulfills the important need of supporting the increasing number of cancer survivors who find themselves in the transitional period between completing their cancer treatment and the shift to feeling physically and emotionally strong enough to attempt to return to their normal life or their "new normal". The program is conducted outside of medical facilities to emphasize that LIVESTRONG at the YMCA is about health, not disease. YMCA fitness instructors work with each participant to fit the program to their individual needs. The instructors are trained in the elements of cancer, post rehab exercise and supportive cancer care. This program is evidence-informed by research supported by the LIVESTRONG Foundation, American College of Sports Medicine and the American Cancer Society,

Class Code Class Sub Code Population Served Budget

$75,000.00

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YMCA Diabetes Prevention Program Description

With more than 79 million Americans estimated to be pre-diabetic, chances are you or someone you know are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes – as well as the related, life-threatening problems of heart disease, blindness, kidney disease and stroke. Based on cutting edge research from the National Institutes of Health, this groundbreaking program provides a friendly, supportive environment for adopting lifestyle changes proven to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes by nearly 60 percent. Led by trained life style coaches, the program begins with 16 weekly sessions focused on healthier eating, jump starting an activity plan, managing stress and staying motivated. And to help reach long-term goals, coaches provide ongoing, personalized support throughout the year.

Class Code Class Sub Code Population Served Budget

$86,000.00

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Enhance Fitness Description

EnhanceFitness is a proven community based senior fitness and arthritis management program. Its purpose is to help older adults become more active, energized, and empowered for independent living. It is a group exercise program that uses easy to learn movements. As a participant, you have the ability to track your performance and improve using validated information. An evidence-based, community-delivered exercise program proven to increase strength, boost activity levels, and elevate mood. Certified EF instructors offer a program that focuses on stretching, flexibility, balance, low impact aerobics, and strength training exercises. Endorsed by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, this program is being launched at several YMCA family centers across the country.

Class Code Class Sub Code Population Served Budget

$50,000.00

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Healthier Life Rx Description

Healthier Life Rx is a Y signature program that is a collaborative approach to chronic disease prevention and management. It is personalized health coaching prescribed by a physician to their patient with an action plan that is designed by the individual in conjunction with the support of a certified health coach at the Y. Key components of this program involve education and skill building including goal setting, tracking, action planning, resource analysis, behavior modification, patient advocacy and problem-solving.

Class Code Class Sub Code Population Served Budget

$50,000.00

Long Term Success Short Term Success Program Success Monitored By Examples of Program Success CEO Comments The Central Florida YMCA, working with our Board and Education Committee, have developed a plan that will: Support early childhood developmentSupport before and after school programs in our elementary and middle schoolsSupport summer learning programsSupport teen programs in our schools Uniquely, while public schools and working parents do not have the cause or time to teach values and civility to youth, the Y fills this gap. Our passion today revolves around four goals for supporting area youth: Reading - getting all children reading at or above grade levelHealth - fighting the obesity issues facing our childrenReduction of Family Stress - relieving family stress and keeping families together We all know that the future of our community is our children. We take this role very seriously and have an approach of collaboration and partnership with school districts, local governments and other non-profits.

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Governance Board Chair Board Chair

Ms. Mary Jane Arrington

Company Affiliation

Osceola County Supervisor of Elections

Term

May 2017 to May 2019

Board Members Name

Affiliation

Status

Sysco Central Florida

Voting

Ms Mary Jane Arrington

Community Volunteer

Voting

Mr. Charles Bailes

ABC Fine Wine & Spirits

Voting

Mr. Willie Barnes

Pastor

Voting

Mr. Pete Barr

@Barr

Voting

Mrs. Karen Brown

Ernst & Young

Voting

Mr. Clay

Bloxom

Mrs. Marisa Carnevale-Henderson Bank of America

Voting

Mr. Dee Carpenter

Community Volunteer

Voting

Mr. Lou Carrion

Community Volunteer

Voting

Mr. Paul Cavaliere

Lockheed Martin

Voting

Ms. Sharon Line Clary

Florida Hospital Associatio

Voting

Mr. Ben Cohen

Nephron Pharmaceuticals

Voting

Mr. Glen Davis

Schuff Steel Atlantic, Inc.

Voting

Mr. Antoine Demings

Enterprise Holdings

Voting

Mr. Christopher D'Orso

Orlando Magic

Voting

Mr. Keith Durkin

Broad & Cassel, Attorneys at Law

Voting

Mr. Charlie Egerton

Attorney

Voting

Mr. Robin Fisher

Brevard County Commissioner

Voting

Mr. Jay Fratello

FMC Wealth Management Group

Voting

Mr. Andy Gardiner

Orlando Health

Voting

Ms. Margaret Giacalone

Walt Disney World Resort

Voting

Ms Marcia Hope Goodwin

City of Orlando

Voting

Ms Sandy Hostetter

CNL Bank

Voting

Mr. Evans Hubbard

Friend's Foundation

Voting

Ms. Julie Kleffel

SeaCoast Bank

Voting

Mr. Pete Krzyzak

Wells Fargo

Voting

Mr. Derek Lewis

Pepsi

Voting

Mr. Mike Manuel

Voting

Mr. Ralph Martinez

McEwan, Martinez & Dukes P.A.

Voting

Mr. John Martinez

PNC Capital Markets

Voting

Ms. Andrea Massey-Farrell

Massey Services, Inc.

Voting

Mr. Scott Miller

The Viera Company

Voting

Mr. Steve Miller

VHB Miller Sellen

Voting

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Mr. Greg Nelson

United Southern Bank

Voting

Ms. Sonja Nicholson

Realtor

Voting

Mr. Clarence Otis Jr.

CEO Darden Restaurants

Voting

Mr. Rich Panner

Pepsi Beverages Co

Voting

Mr. Charles Pierce

Voting

Mr. Charlie Puckett

McDirmit Davis & Company, LLC

Voting

Mr. Kran Riley

Wayne Densch Charities

Voting

Mr. Ken Robinson

Dr. Phillips Charities

Voting

Mr. Paul Roldan

Allgen Financial

Voting

Ms. Barbara Roper

Voting

Mr. Charlie Roper

Roper Growers

Voting

Ms. Helena Ryan

Community Volunteer

Voting

Mr. Scott Sorensen

Sorensen Moving & Storage

Voting

Mr. David Stahl

SunTrust Bank

Voting

Ms. Lynette Swinski

Sea World Parks & Recreation

Voting

Mr. Keith Thomas

Thomas Design International

Voting

Mr. Renaut van der Riet

Mosaic Church

Voting

Dr. Maria Vazquez

Orange County Schools

Voting

Mr. Tom Warlick

Lighthouse Realty

Voting

Mr. Chip Webb

Tramell Webb Partners, Inc.

Voting

Mr. Dan Wilcox

YMCA of Central Florida

Exofficio

Mr. Michael Wilde

Baker Hostetler

Voting

Mr. Thomas Williams

Wayne Densch, Inc.

Voting

Ms. Tyra Witsell

Retired, Citizen's Commission for Children

Voting

Mr. Evan Wyant

BB&T Branch Banking & Trust

Voting

Board Demographics - Ethnicity African American/Black

7

Asian American/Pacific Islander

0

Caucasian

49

Hispanic/Latino

4

Native American/American Indian

0

Other

0 n/a

Board Demographics - Gender Male

44

Female

16

Not Specified

0

Governance 18

Board Term Lengths

3

Board Term Limits

2

Board Meeting Attendance

38%

Number of Full Board Meetings Annually

9

Written Board Selection Criteria?

No

Written Conflict of Interest Policy?

Yes

Percentage Making Monetary Contributions

100%

Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions

7%

Standing Committees Audit, Compliance and Controls Academic Affairs Executive Finance Building Scholarship Education Program / Program Planning Trusteeship Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts Technology Communications / Promotion / Publicity / Public Relations Staff Development

Comments Social responsibility is where we separate ourselves because the YMCA volunteers and staff have always been committed to serving the community. We have always provided financial assistance to children, families and seniors who need help in order to be able to take advantage of Y Programs, Y Camps, and Y Memberships. We even have Y's that are free to the entire neighborhood. All of the Y family centers are welcoming and reflect their communities. We have made substantial commitments to our Outreach Y's. We have 4 YMCA Family Centers which need additional resources beyond what they can do for themselves; area families simply cannot charge enough in membership and fees to cover expenses. Last year alone over $1M was needed to serve these 4 outreach communities.

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Management CEO/Executive Director Executive Director

Mr. Dan Wilcox

Term Start

Jan 2015

Email

[email protected]

Experience Dan Wilcox, with 35 years of service within the Y movement, was named the organization's new President and CEO, effective January 1, 2015. Wilcox succeeds Jim Ferber, who retired December 31, 2014, after 21 years in Central Florida and a 41-year YMCA career. As the Y of Central Florida's Chief Operating Officer (COO) since 2001, Wilcox has been actively involved in all aspects of the organization including membership development, finance, capital and scholarship campaigns, public and private partnerships, and staff and volunteer development. As COO, Wilcox has overseen the daily operations of 27 YMCA Family Centers and Y programs in more than 100 sites serving more than 235,000 residents across Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Marion, Brevard and Lake counties. Wilcox helped guide the creation of two YMCA of Central Florida long-range strategic plans, including the recently adopted 2014-2018 Strategic Plan which calls for significantly increasing the organization's regional impact in the areas of Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility. “Given Dan's depth of experience and passion for the Y cause, we're excited to see where he will take the organization in the years ahead,” former Board of Trustees Chairman, Charlie Egerton, states. “It's a new chapter in the history of the Y, and the board anticipates Dan putting his own indelible mark on the organization as the Y continually drives its cause to nurture youth, strengthen families, and improve health and wellness across Central Florida.” Wilcox also helped develop and sustain the Y's long-term philanthropic relationship with Dr. Phillips Charities as well as strategic partnerships with Orange County Government, Walt Disney World, The Winter Park Health Foundation, Brevard and Osceola counties, Florida Hospital, Orlando Health, Munroe Regional Medical Center and others. “With a strong strategic plan in place, I am anxious to continue – and build upon – the tremendous growth and success the Y has experienced under the leadership of Jim Ferber,” said Dan Wilcox. “I am committed to Central Florida and will work hand-in-hand with our strong board of directors, volunteers, and staff to deliver on our Y mission to strengthen the foundation of our community.” Prior to joining the YMCA of Central Florida in 1998, Wilcox held executive roles with the YMCA of Greater Charlotte and the YMCA of Greater Houston. He's also been active within the Y-USA national organization, most recently as a committee member for the Y-USA Youth Development and Healthy Living Strategic Plans and as former chair of the Y national Urban Group of the largest 30 Ys in the country. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin/Stevens Point, Wilcox and his wife, Mary, live in Winter Springs and are the parents of two grown children.

Co-CEO Experience

Former CEOs Name

Term

James Ferber

Sept 1993 - Dec 2014

Mr. Jerry Haralson

June 1982 - Aug 1993

Senior Staff Ms. Colleen Manahan Title

Chief Financial Officer

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Experience/Biography

Colleen has been with the Central Florida YMCA for ten years. She has also work as the Controller with Ruth's Chris Steak House, and Wuesthoff Hospital System as well as a Auditor with KPMG for seven years. She oversees the areas of Human Resources, Finance and Technology. She is a CPA. Her strength is her ability to forsee the problem and bring the right people to the table to solve the problem.

Mr. Dan Ickes Title

Chief Operating Officer

Experience/Biography

Dan has been with the Central Florida YMCA for over 10 years. Prior to joining the Central Florida YMCA was with the YMCA's in Charlotte and Washington DC. He leads the staff in the areas of facility development, member satisfaction and retention, wellness, and programs.

Mr. Rowdy Gaines Title

VP of Aquatics

Experience/Biography

Rowdy Gaines is a three-time Olympic Gold Medalist from the 1984 Games where he won the 100m Freestyle, the 4x100m Freestyle, and the 4x100m Medley. Mr. Gaines was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame in 1995 and the US Olympic Hall of Fame in 2005. Today, Mr. Gaines serves as the VP for Aquatics for the YMCA of Central Florida where he leads the aquatics programs at all 22 of the Y's pools in our sixcounty region. Sometimes referred to as "Swimming's Greatest Ambassador," Mr. Gaines' top priority is mentoring young people to be champions, inside and out. Mr. Gaines is a graduate of Auburn University.

Ms Pamela Jones Title

VP of Leadership Development

Experience/Biography

Ms. Pamela Jones has come "full circle" serving at the YMC of Central Florida, having served for seven years previously, and now back. In the meantime, she served as Chief HR Officer for six years in Broward County (Miami, FL), three years as a Human Resources Consultant at YUSA in Chicago, and 10 years with the Columbia/HCA Healthcare Systems. Ms Jones is a graduate of Springfield College with a BS in Human Services, magna cum laude.

Mr. Carter Jones Title

District VP of School Programs

Experience/Biography

Carter Jones has been with the YMCA of Central Florida since 1990, and under his leadership has built a summer camp program that serves over 24,000 kids each year and has expanded the after school programs to include 70 schools. In 1999 Carter was responsible for opening up one of the most unique Y's in the country at North Lake Park Elementary School in Lake Nona where the YMCA successfully co-exists with the school. He also provides direct oversight for the Teen Achievers program where 500 high schoolers from Title 1 schools enjoy after school and weekend sessions that help prepare them for graduating high school, considering college, and preparing them for careers.

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Mr. Dan Saginario Title

VP of Brand & Cause Advocacy

Experience/Biography

Mr. Howard Demsky Title

VP of Financial Planning & Analysis

Experience/Biography

Ms. Jody Alexander Title

Executive Vice President

Experience/Biography

Ms. Leihlani Bajacan Title

VP Accounting

Experience/Biography

Mr. Dan Humbert Title

Vice President pf Information Technology

Experience/Biography

Title Experience/Biography

Staff Full Time Staff

440

Part Time Staff

1657

Volunteers

24752

Contractors

0

Retention Rate

82%

State Information State Charitable Solicitations Permit?

Yes Jan 2019

State Registration

Yes Apr 2019

Management Comments CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments Social responsibility is where we separate ourselves because the YMCA volunteers and staff have always been committed to serving the community. We have always provided financial assistance to children, families and seniors who need help in order to be able to take advantage of Y Programs, Y Camps, and Y Memberships.

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We even have Y's that are free to the entire neighborhood. All of the Y family centers are welcoming and reflect their communities. We have made substantial commitments to our eleven Outreach Communities. We have eleven YMCA Family Centers which need additional resources beyond what they can do for themselves; area families simply cannot charge enough in membership and fees to cover expenses. Last year alone over $5M was needed to serve these 11 outreach communities.

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Plans & Policies Plans and Policies Organization has a Fundraising Plan?

Yes

Organization has a Strategic Plan?

Yes

Years Strategic Plan Considers

7

Date Strategic Plan Adopted

Jan 2014

Management Succession Plan?

No

Organization Policy and Procedures

Yes

Nondiscrimination Policy

Yes

Directors and Officers Insurance Policy

Yes

Management Information Whistleblower Policy

Yes

Document Destruction Policy

Yes

Management Reports To Board

Yes

CEO/Executive Director Formal Evaluation

Yes

CEO/Executive Director Formal Frequency

Annually

Senior Management Formal Evaluation

Yes

Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency

Annually

Collaborations The YMCA is involved with many collaborations including: Orange County Government - In 2000 the 27,000 sq. ft. Blanchard Park YMCA was opened in the middle of the 400 acre park that serves over 4,000 people in the Union Park & UCF area. Orange County Government & Orange County Public Schools - In 1999 the After School Zone was started with the YMCA and the Boys and Girls Clubs that has served over 160,000 kids since inception in positive after school and summer educational programs that have 1. 98% of the kids have GPA's 2.0 or higher 2. 99% are not involved with the Juvenile Justice System 3. Attendance is higher for participants 4. 78% have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Winter Park Health Foundation - since 1999 the YMCA has operated the Peggy & Phillip Crosby and the Oveido Wellness Centers that impact over 10,000 people. At Crosby over 120 of the daily participants are over 70 years old. Tavistock Development, City of Orlando, Orange County Public Schools and the YMCA - In 2000 the Northlake Park Elementary School and Lake Nona YMCA opened as a colocated project. The result is an A rated school for 13 years that has received the Urban Institute Award, been visited by President George Bush, Secretary Arne Duncan just to name a few visitors.

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Financials Fiscal year Fiscal Year Start

Jan 01, 2017

Fiscal Year End

Dec 31, 2017

Projected Revenue

$71,100,000.00

Projected Expenses

$69,700,000.00

Endowment Value

$629,000.00

Spending Policy

Income Only

Percentage

0%

Detailed Financials Revenue and Expenses Fiscal Year Total Revenue Total Expenses Revenue Sources Fiscal Year Foundation and Corporation Contributions Government Contributions Federal State Local Unspecified Individual Contributions Indirect Public Support Earned Revenue Investment Income, Net of Losses Membership Dues Special Events Revenue In-Kind Other

2017 $57,289,368 $59,588,094

2016 $58,244,943 $58,623,797

2015 $57,348,165 $54,371,550

2017 $0

2016 $0

2015 $0

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $6,761,311 $0 $49,411,715 $144,110 $0 $236,495 $557,214 $178,523

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $6,154,369 $0 $51,379,371 $104,212 $0 $280,092 $135,199 $191,700

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $8,173,384 $50,000 $48,558,314 $142,320 $0 $206,401 $0 $219,146

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Expense Allocation Fiscal Year Program Expense Administration Expense Fundraising Expense Payments to Affiliates Total Revenue/Total Expenses Program Expense/Total Expenses Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue Assets and Liabilities Fiscal Year Total Assets Current Assets Long-Term Liabilities Current Liabilities Total Net Assets Short Term Solvency Fiscal Year Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities Long Term Solvency Fiscal Year Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets

2017 $51,915,637 $5,300,445 $2,372,012 $0 0.96 87% 34%

2016 $52,096,896 $5,369,169 $1,157,732 $0 0.99 89% 18%

2015 $48,619,822 $4,620,771 $1,130,957 $0 1.05 89% 13%

2017 $114,018,544 $23,466,397 $953,322 $38,037,890 $75,027,332

2016 $116,521,207 $26,357,915 $1,998,049 $37,961,655 $76,561,503

2015 $115,213,026 $27,053,285 $3,224,856 $35,877,635 $76,110,535

2017 0.62

2016 0.69

2015 0.75

2017 1%

2016 2%

2015 3%

2016 Earned Revenue $51,379,371 Foundations, Corporations and Individuals $6,154,369 Special Events $280,092

2015 Earned Revenue $48,558,314 Foundations, Corporations and Individuals $8,173,384 Other $219,746

Top Funding Sources Fiscal Year Top Funding Source & Dollar Amount

2017 Earned Revenue $49,411,715 Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Foundations, Amount Corporations and Individuals $6,761,311 Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar In-Kind $557,214 Amount

Capital Campaign Currently in a Capital Campaign?

No

Campaign Purpose

Expansion of Facilities, New Facilities, Renovations of Facilities

Goal

0

Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years?

Yes

Comments Organization Comments The YMCA of Central Florida in the fiscal area continued to perform with consistency over the past 15 years. During this time the YMCA has not run an operating deficit and has produced cash flow from operations. This has allowed the Central Florida YMCA to invest over $105,000,000 in Family Centers in the six counties and increase the impact on people from 65,000 in 1993 to over 230,000 in 2015. While the facilities are not the measurement we use, the facilities are the venue where: Values are instilled, Healthy Lifestyles are encouraged for youth, adults and seniors, Youth are Developed to play together, improve their self-esteem in a safe

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environment with adult mentors and coaches. Communities are improved by encouraging and teaching people to give back to others who may be dealing with challenges in life. The challenges in today's economy are real and at no time has the importance of the YMCA more clearly come into focus as we impact people, but at the same time maintain our fiscal discipline. We view this economy as the time when the YMCA will do it's best work and have it's most lasting impact on the future of the Central Florida communities. The challenges are similar to any other entity, satisfying the YMCA members and participants while controlling the expenses. Specially in the areas of: 1. Talent management and development of staff. 2. Implementing "Going Green" cost measures in order to reduce our carbon footprint. 3. Creating efficiencies in purchasing supplies and services. 4. Maintaining the proper balances of employee benefits in the changing regulatory environment. 4. Never losing focus on safety and security for our members and especially our youth. All of which will exceed the expectations of the community. Another challenge is finding and developing funding sources both local and national for the Central Florida YMCA Education Initiative. The YMCA's plan is to have quality after school programs in all Elementary and Middle schools impacting over 100,000 children each day. In addition the programs would continue during the summer to send kids back to school after the summer reading at a higher level than with the summer started. All programs will focus on: 1. Values - Teaching right from wrong and civility 2. Reading - at or above grade level 3. Healthy Living - reverse the trend of Childhood Obesity 4. Family Stress - reduction of issues in the family In conclusion the YMCA will balance its budget for the purpose of impacting people. Foundation Comments Financial figures taken from the consolidated statement of financial position of Central Florida Young Men's Christian Association, Inc.; Central Florida YMCA Foundation, Inc. and Central Florida YMCA Childcare Services, Inc. Endowment is not held at the Community Foundation.

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Disaster Plans Disaster Plans Organization is a member of Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD)?

Created 12.17.2018.

No

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