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YMCA CENTER FOR COMMUNITY IMPACT

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Darcy Celletti

on 15 March 2016

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Transcript of YMCA CENTER FOR COMMUNITY IMPACT

TOGETHER WE WILL:
Give all teens access to a relationship with a caring adult who helps identify their purpose or passion, and achieve academic success
Our Guiding Principles
YMCA CENTER FOR COMMUNITY IMPACT
Focus on Under-Resources Communities
Work Through Partnerships and Collaborations
Build Community through a Sense of Belonging & Fostering Relationships
Spiritual
Development
Childhood
Obesity
Teen
Development
Janele
Chris
Darcy
2010 CCI STAFF
ASSOCIATION OFFICE
Charlie Davis
Ronn McMahon
Rollin Mills
Executive Vice President
and Chief Operating Officer

Senior Vice President Financial Development,
Marketing, and Collaborations
Training and Development Manager
2013 CENTER FOR COMMUNITY IMPACT STAFF
ADMINISTRATION
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
HEALTHY LIVING
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Full Time Staff




1 Volunteer
2 Full Time Staff
6 Part Time Staff
3 Volunteers
1 Full Time Staff
22 Part Time Staff
5 Volunteers
5 Full Time Staff
2 Part Time Staff
26 Volunteers
Youth Development
Healthy Living
Social Responsibility
Programs
Places
People
Partners
Ensure every child receives access to 60 minutes of physical activity daily through collaborations and outreach
Offer programs that provide balanced health in Spirit, Mind, and Body by offering Hope, Healing, and Restoration
2013 Revenue
2014 Revenue
40% Association
Allocation
24% Contract Services/
Program Fees
36% Fundraising
36 % Association
Allocation
42% Fundraising
22% Contract Services/
Program Fees
2013 Revenue and Expense
2014 Revenue and Expense
Research shows that a supportive and caring adult can play a critical role in helping young people overcome barriers to education and decrease their chances of being involved in violence.
Research has shown that spiritual practices tend to: improve coping skills and social support, foster feelings of optimism and hope, promote healthy behavior, reduce feelings of depression and anxiety, and encourage a sense of relaxation. By alleviating stressful feelings and promoting healing, ones spirituality can positively influence immune, cardiovascular, hormonal, and nervous systems. Qualities like faith, hope, and forgiveness and the use of social support and prayer have a noticeable effect on health and healing
28% Negative Net
29% Association
Allocation
26% Fundraising
17% Contract Services/
Program Fees
23% Negative Net
28% Association
Allocation
32% Fundraising
17% Contract Services/
Program Fees
Darcy
Lynn
Erika
Chris Spivey
Darcy Celletti
Lynn Wilmot
Mark Willis
Janele Nelson
2014 New
1 Full Time Staff
2 Part Time Staff
2014 New
2 Part Time Staff
Facts
and
Figures

Research shows a positive relationship between physical activity and health outcomes as well as grade point average, rate of learning, classroom behavior, as well as cognitive, social, and motor skill development. Research also suggests that heavier children have greater risk for school absenteeism than their peers
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