annual report 2012 - YMCA of Dodge County

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annual report 2012 - YMCA of Dodge County
ANNUAL REPORT 2012
YMCA OF DODGE COUNTY
FOR PROGRESS
FOR PARTICIPATION
FOR TEAMWORK
FOR VALUE
FOR ENERGY
FOR SPIRIT
FOR PEOPLE
NOT PROFIT
We are the YMCA of Dodge County. For more than 119
years we’ve been strengthening the foundations of
our community. And in turn, our community has been
strengthening us. We have embraced each and every
collaboration we have been a part of over the past year
- offering our own expertise and gratefully sharing
that of others in the community.
WORKING WITH OUR COMMUNITY
WORKING FOR OUR COMMUNITY
WORKING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
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ARTDRENOLINE
JUNE 11, 2012 - JUNE 15, 2012
Artdrenoline is a collaborative effort between our Y and the Beaver Dam
Area Arts Association to bring two very different camps into one. The
camp’s focus is on education, having fun, and expanding youth’s active
lifestyle and imagination. Campers spent Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
at the Y; Tuesday and Thursday at the BDAAA. This year, 121 Campers
participated in Y activities such as swimming, Frisbee golf, kickball,
soccer, dancing, martial arts, flag football, basketball, wiffleball, and
tie dying. While at the BDAAA, campers participated in a rigorous 007
Training which included hand writing analysis, Morse code cracking, “Just
Wanted” posters, Passport Creation, fingerprint art, and a spy portfolio.
This unique collaboration not only offers a truly well rounded experience
for our youth, but also for the staff from both organizations.
FOR
YOUTH
DEVELOPMENT
CAMP
ATTENDANCE
SCHOLARSHIPS
GIVEN
SCHOLARSHIPS
TOTAL
121
7
$447
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F I R S T
A N N U A L
S P EC I A L O LYM P I C S
Dodge County Swim Team
MAY 6, 2012
“Let me win. But if I cannot win,
let me be brave in the attempt.”
Special Olympics Athlete Oath
Performing the oath
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The Dodge County Swim Team with their medals
S W I M
M E E T
FOR
SOCIAL
RESPONSIBILITY
MAKING A SPLASH!
67 Swimmers
52 Volunteers
The ARC Dodge County Special Olympics
Swim Team is a dedicated and enthusiastic
swim team that has been using the Y
Competitive Pool for an extended time to
practice. When Jen Kruel found out that
they had never hosted their own meet, the
wheels were put in motion to make this
event a reality.
On May 6, 2012, the ARC Dodge County
Special Olympics Swim Team with the
assistance of the YMCA of Dodge County,
hosted their first annual Dodge County
Special Olympics Swim Meet. The event was
well attended and very successful, making
everyone excited to do it again next year!
Swim Meet Volunteers
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COMMUNITY
PRODUCE DRIVE
AUGUST 15, 2012 - SEPTEMBER 14, 2012
FOR
HEALTHY
LIVING
Because many residents of Dodge County are living without enough food, the Y partnered
with the newly expanded “Community Beating Hunger” program to ensure that more of
our community receives healthy and nourishing foods. Produce donations, grown locally
or purchased, were collected for a month of Wisconsin’s harvest season. As added
appreciation for bringing in enough produce to serve 4 or more, donors received a free
YMCA of Dodge County Family Day Pass to use as they desire.
898
The total weight, in
pounds, collected
during the drive
232
The total number of
Y Family Day Passes
given out
6
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DINNER’S ON US
FOR
HEALTHY
LIVING
SEPTEMBER 11, 2012
The Y hosted a Dinner’s On Us
brought to our community by
United Healthcare-Community
Plan and Feeding America .
The program works to bring
healthy food to families in
need throughout the state of
Wisconsin. Bags of groceries,
recipes, healthy tips, Sesame
Street Food for Thought
materials were available for free
to everyone in the community.
R
R
189
Free Bags of Groceries
Groceries included:
Whole or Cut-Up Chicken
Bag of Celery
Bag of Carrots
Broccoli
Tomatoes
5# Bag of Potatoes
Onions
Package of Pasta
Chicken Boullion
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COMMUNITY
IM PAC T & BE N EFIT
We take pride in knowing the hours we’ve spent, the scholarships we’ve allocated and the partnerships
we’ve formed are all making an impact. We see it every day. Our reach goes far beyond the walls of our
facility, it goes far into the communities of Dodge County, and the results are powerful.
18%
Young Adults
18-29 Years
AGE OF
MEMBERS
2012
12%
Teens
12-17 Years
22%
Children
0-11 Years
15%
Older Adults
55+ Years
NON-MONETARY DATA
Members & Program Members Served
9,746
Under The Age Of 18
3,643
Y Staff (Full & Part-Time)
252
COMMUNITY SUPPORT
Volunteer Board Members
Donations
Services & Programs To Other Charitable Events
15
$9,834
CAPITAL RE-INVESTMENTS
• 2 New Cardio Bikes for Wellness Center
• 2 New Cardio Elipticals for Wellness Center
• Parking Lot - Resurfaced, Sealed & Restriped
• New Energy Efficient Lighting Installed in
the Family Adventure and Competitive Pool
Enclosures
• Technology Updates Installed
8
33%
Adults
39-54 Years
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FO R YOUTH DEV ELOPMENT
The values and skills learned early on are vital building blocks for life. Because of the Y, more young people are taking
greater interest in learning and making smarter life choices. At the Y, children and teens learn positive behaviors,
explore their unique talents and realize their potential.
$11,250
287 CAMPERS
365 KIDS
In line with the belief that
everyone deserves the
opportunity to discover who
they are and what they can
achieve, we provided more
than $11,000 in scholarships
for children and teens to
engage in Y programming.
All Y camps instill positive
values such as caring, honesty,
respect and responsibility virtues that help young people
make positive choices. While
they participate in the wide
variety of activities at our Day
Camps, our campers create
great memories and build
lifelong skills.
Through Early Child Education
Programs, the Y provides
a nurturing environment
and enriching experiences
that help facilitate a child’s
cognitive, social, physical,
and emotional growth. Our
teachers focus on skills that
are necessary for success in
school and in life.
FO R H E ALTHY L IV ING
At the Y, healthy lifestyles are achieved through nurturing spirit, mind, and body. Well-being and fitness at the Y is so
much more than just “working out”. Beyond fitness facilities, we provide educational programs to promote healthier
decisions, and offer a variety of options that support physical, intellectual and spiritual strength.
5 BALANCE CHALLENGES
536 HOURS
40 COMMUNITIES
Being healthy means more than
simply being physically active, it’s
about maintaining a balanced mind,
body and spirit. Hundreds of adult
health seekers joined us at the Y for
Balance Challenges such as:
• Lose To Win
• Weight Loss Boot Camp
• 24 Hour Challenge
• Fit-A-Thon
• What To Do? What To Eat?
Every day, people join the Y,
motivated to live healthier and sometimes they need a
little extra support to reach
that goal. In 2012, personal
trainers delivered 536 hours
of expert guidance to give
members safe, effective and
easy-to-follow personalized
programs to help them
achieve their goals.
Through strong collaborations
and partnerships across
Dodge county, the Y works
to strengthen communities
through a variety of avenues
and opportunities that
positively impact the more
than 30,000 households
filled with children, adults and
seniors.
FO R SOCI A L RES PONS IBIL ITY
The generosity of others is at the core of the Y’s existence as a non-profit. It is only through the support of volunteers and
public and private donors that we are able to support and give back to the communities we engage.
156 VOLUNTEERS
$114,164
$105,966
There is no other volunteer
organization quite like the Y.
We work tirelessly every day
to nuture the potential of kids,
improve the nation’s health
and well-being, and give back
and support our neighbors.
In 2012, 485 memberships
were subsidized by more than
$114,000. This provided
thousands of Dodge County
children and adults with a
safe, positive environment
to have fun, spend quality
time with each other, and live
healthier.
The Y works side-by-side
with its neighbors every
day to make sure that
everyone, regardless of age,
income, or background has
the opportunity to learn,
grow and thrive. 2012 led
to more than $100,000 in
scholarships made possible
through our Annual Campaign.
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F I N ANC IAL OVERVIEW
The Statement of Financial Position and Statement of Activities are derived from the YMCA of Dodge County
financial statements as of August 31, which has been audited by Wegner CPA’s, independent auditors, whose
report expressed an unqualified opinion on these financial statements. A complete copy, along with our Form
990, is available upon request.
STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION
FOR THE YEAR ENDING AUGUST 31, 2012
ASSETS
2012
2011
LIABILITIES
2012
2011
Current Assets
Property & Equipment
Investments
Other Long Term Assets
505,915
9,608,734
308,842
386,780
442,112
9,890,361
286,818
403,789
Other Current Liabilities
Derivative
Long Term Debt
303,996
656,926
6,470,000
309,848
619,593
6,495,000
TOTAL LIABILITIES
7,439,922 7,424,441
NET ASSETS3,379,349
3,598,639
TOTAL ASSETS
10,810,271
7%
ContributionsOperating
11,023,080
TOTAL LIABILITIES
& ASSETS 10,810,271
11,023,080
2%
Other Support
1%
Fundraising
1%
United Way
8%
Management
& General
12%
Contracts
11%
Depreciation
REVENUES
2012
78%
Membership &
Programs
EXPENSES
2012
80%
Membership
& Programs
STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES
FOR THE YEAR ENDING AUGUST 31, 2012
PUBLIC SUPPORT
OPERATING EXPENSES
OPERATING REVENUE
TOTAL EXPENSES
CHANGE IN NET ASSETS, OPERATING
Contributions To Campaign
92,430
Other Contributions 63,464
United Way Support 22,500
Membership970,872
Programs819,816
Contracted Services282,607
Less Scholarships
(105,966)
Endowment Support For Current Activities
12,950
Other 29,167
TOTAL PUBLIC SUPPORT & REVENUE
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2,187,840
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Membership & Programs
2,418,140
Management & General257,247
Fundraising 23,793
Non-Operational Expenses
(498,985)
2,200,195
(12,355)
Depreciation
Other Non-Operational Expenses
Change In Deritative
Non-Operational Contributions
(341,064)
(157,921)
(37,332)
329,383
TOTAL CHANGE IN NET ASSETS
(219,289)
ANNUAL CAMPAIGN 2012 DONORS
The YMCA of Dodge County is grateful to all of the generous donors who help support our legacy and carry out
our mission. Through vital operating and program support, our annual contributions allow us to open doors to
hundreds of children, families, and adults who otherwise wouldn’t have the opportunity to participate in all the
Y has to offer. We thank all of you, including those donors who have chosen to keep their gifts anonymous.
Abgoon, Behroz
Active Images Inc
Adams, Patty
Addison, John
Alderden, Karen
Allen, Mckenzie
Almeida, Logan
Alvin, Patti
Alvin, Rylea
Alvin, Lukas
Alvin, Amber
Arc Of Dodge County
Armbruster, Cathy
Augustson, Lois
Badgerland Financial
Bakke, Alexis
Ball, Dennis
Barber-Ann's
Barrette, Mark
Barstow, Holly
Baum, Max
Beal-Loeck, Bev
Belanger, James
Belongie, Mike
Beneventi, Tony
Benson Spang, Rose
Bertelson, Gracelyn
Billey, Jeff
Bockhorst, Mary Beth
Bortz, Jane
Braatz, Chris
Bradley, Cole
Bradley, Emma
Braker, Sally
Brazee, Paul
Brooks, Patricia
Budde, Janet
Buege, Nancy
Busse, Abbey
Butterbrodt, Jim
Byrnes, Becky
Cahen, Nikki
Calder, Brenna
Callies, Jean
Campbell, Jennifer
Carolan, Jean
Childrens Radiothon
Christison, Julie
Cieurzo, Margaret
Clark, Lisa
Coe, Patricia
Coyle, Kirk
Crave, Bethany
Cromheecke, Richard
Culver's Restaurant
Cupery, Joanne
Cypert, Josh
Deibert, Amber
Deibert, Kim
Delfosse, Amber
Dogs, Bill
Durant, Kevin
Eisenga, Ethan
Electric Sunsation
Ellis, Joann
Erdman, Rachael
Esser, Krueger & Borja
Fiegel, Ric
Fishbaugher, Suzie
Foulkes, Duane
Frasher, Kayla
Frinak, Les
Frinak, Alexander
Frye, Herbert
Frye, Jeannette
Ganske, Joy
Gassen, Chris
Gehrke-Wahlen, JoAnn
Gergen, William
Gerth, Jodi
Gerth, Jodi
Goff, Megan
Greatens, Abigail
Grieger, Sarah
Gutknecht, Emily
Gutknecht, Mark
Gutknecht, Lisa
Hakala, Dawn
Halfmann, Chimene
Hammer, Corrine
Hankes, John (Jack)
Hart, Mary Ann
Held, Kari
Hemling, Cole
Higley, Daina
Hoekstra, Stephaine
Horicon Bank
Horicon Lions Club
Horizon Construction
Hughes, Carter
Hupf, Jessica
Igl, Renee
Individualized Care Services
Ingebrigtsen, Iris
Ingebrigtsen, Becky
Inter-Quest Corp
ISC, Inc.
Janczak, Jane
Janisewski, Karen
Jerzak, Jackson
Jung, John
Justmann, Troy
Kaul, Vickie
Killingsworth, Mark
Kittleson, Kegan
Koeppel, Connie
Koepsell, Russ
Koepsell, Katherine
Koepsell, Anne
KOHLS
Koopmans, Corinna
Korn, Sarah
Kraus, Alexandria
Kraus, Isabella
Krause-Emerick, Jessica
Krenz, Breanna
Krueger, David
Krueger, Monica D.
Kruel, Jen
Kuzniewicz, Mike
Ladron, Madilyn
Ladron, Jaxon
Larson, Robert
Lee, Laurie
Lehman, Aubrey
Leonard, Larry
Linck, Mary Jean
Link, Sue
Loeffler-Hartl, Barb
Loskot, Adam
Macheel, Andrea
Manske, Natalie
Marolla, Elizabeth
Maron, Laura
Marthaler, Roy
Martin, Parker
Martin, Hunter
McKinstry, John
Medford, Joyce
Meekma, Tim
Meyer, Mary
Mielke, Lisa
Militello, Joe
Miller, Kimberly
Miller, Sarah
Miller, Benjamin
Miller, Joan
Montenegro, AJ
Morrissey, Judy
Moser, John
Moul, Mary Ellen
Murphy, Marge
Nampel, Don
Nehring, Jessica
Noe, Pam
Northwoods Paper
Oakeson, Courtney
O'Connor, Terry
Ollanketo, Xavier
Ollanketo, Avrey
Ollanketo, Michele
Paitrick, Marverne
Parish, Rachel
Parker, Mary
Persha, Nicole
Pfeiffer, Ronald
Pfeiffer, Terry
Pieper, Cody
Platt, Jeff
Polenska, Allison
Powersports Company
Propst, Andrew
Pufahl, Mackenzie
Pufahl, Jenny
Pufahl, Dillon
Quincey, Ken
Ralston, John
Rauscher, Jeffrey
Rauscher, Stacy
Reddie, Mary
Reinke, Robert
Rentmeester, Tim
Robinson, Julia
Robinson, Kristy
Roedl, Dorothy
Roedl, Douglas
Roedl, Jean
Rudie, Becky
Rueter, Debbie
Salettel, Summer
Sanders, Sarah
Schears, Linda
Schehr, Kyley
Schessow, Bevin
Schessow, Dalton
Schmitt, Stacy
Schmucki, Rebecca
Schmuhl, Hayden
Schmuhl, Jamie
Schouten, Nathan
Schregardus, Brittany
Schregardus, Alec
Schreiber, Mary
Schultz, Crystal
Scott, Joel
Seippel Foundation, Peter
Sether, Rylan
Shanahan, Kristine
Shier Family Clinic of Chiropractic
Siedschlag, Mary Lou
Soto, Kaylee
Stadler, Mike
Steiner, Rhonda
Steinich, Jill
Steinich, Jenna
Sue Braemer Real Estate
Sutton, Rya
Swenson, Calin
Take 2 Media LLC
Tesch, Logan
Thomas, Melissa
Tischer, Judy
Tonn, Brenna
Triller, Thomas
Urban, Katie
Van Loo, Laura
Verhulst, David
Vessey, Joel
Vintage Parts
Vogl-Rauscher, Mary
Vonruden, Emily
VonRuden, Carolyn
Vossekuil, Courtney
Wagner, Liz
Wilson, Cindy
Wiltse, Erla
Wittnebel, Kylie
Wolff, Carl
Woodruff, Linda
Woods, Stacy
Woreck, Jaime
Yagodinski, Paige
Yaish, Danny A.
Yarwood, Shannon
Zieman, Richard
Zimpel, Lucas
CAPITAL CAMPAIGN DONORS
GIFTS IN KIND DONORS
The following donors generously supported our capital campaign
debt reduction. Their contributions ensure that we maintain
the facilities and have the equipment necessary to carry out our
programs. We are grateful to the donors listed below.
Thank you to all our valued partners who over the
course of the past year provided their talent and
expertise to the Y through Gifts In Kind 2012.
Max & Shirley Baum
Horicon Bank
Joseph & Jean Militello
David & Karen Verhulst
Nelson & Vera Hicks Foundation
Chuck Neuman
Duane & Kathleen Foulkes Foundation
Neuman Pools, Inc.
Horizon - Design Build Manage
W.D.S. Construction, Inc.
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VOLU N T E E RS
The Heart Of Our Work
There is no other volunteer organization quite like the Y. Each of our volunteers helps move people and
communities forward, delivering the benefits of good health, strong connections, greater self-confidence
and a sense of security to all who seek it. We are grateful for each of our volunteers, for their gift of time
and talents, for their tireless efforts, and for sharing a focus on the future of Dodge County.
Abel, Chad
Adams, Patty
Alvin, Amber
Alvin, Ryan
Armbruster, Cathy
Ashley, Steve
Beal-Loeck, Bev
Beneventi, Tony
Blackburn, Jillian
Blaskowski, Adam
Bleiler, Megan
Bliefernicht, Sharon
Boebel, Jayne
Bortz, Jane
Bradley, Cole
Braunschweig, Corey
Bryant, Missy
Busse, Todd
Busse, Abbey
Butterbrodt, Jim
Calder, Brenna
Cameron, Deborah
Campanaro, Nichole
Clark, Lisa
Clark, Lloyd
Clark, Sara
Dake, Polly
DCERT
DeGroff, Josh
Deibert, Amber
DeVries, Mike
Diljak, Dave
Ebert, Dorothy
Edwards, Heather
Eisenga, Jeremy
Ellis, Joann
Fister, David
Freeby, Heidi
Freeby, Matt
Freeby, Marcus
Freeby, John
Gartland, Libby
Gartland, Patti
Gartland, Jim
Gartland, Mya
Gartland, Cody
George, Levi
Greeneway, Dave
Greenway, Linda
Greiger, Sarah
Greymont, Bill
Greymont, Olivia
Grow, Clayton
Gutknecht, Lisa
Hamel, Dave
Hamel, Tyler
Hankes, Jack
Hartl, Paul
Hedeen, Kalyn
Hedeen, Christian
Hedeen, Diane
Henry, John
Ingebrigtsen, Dale Jr.
Ingebrigtsen, Rhonda
Ingebrigtsen, Dale Sr.
Ingebrigtsen, Eric
Jahns, Becca
Jeseritz, Roger
Julka, TJ
Kastein, Brittney
Kelm, Libby
Kennedy, Tom
Koepsell, Katherine
Killingsworth, Mark
Kohl’s Staff
Korn, Sarah
Kruel, Jen
Kruel, Tom
Kulka, Nate
LaFond, Tim
Lee, Laurie
Loeffler-Hartl, Barb
Longseth, Krista
Loskot, Adam
Lucht, Jessie
Malchek, Becky
Maron, Laura
Maron, Colton
Meyer, Tim
Militello, Joseph
Miller, Joan
Montoya, Justice
Moser, John
Nehmer, Stacy
Neuman, Chuck
Neuman, Mike
Nohr, Marilyn
O’Connor, Terry
Ollanketo, Michele
Ollanketo, Nate
Ollanketo, Dylan
Parker, Mary
Pasewald, Kerry
Pawicz, Tina
Pfeiffer, Ron
Pfeiffer, Terry
Poch, Shirley
Pryme, Valerie
Pryme, Michael
Pufahl, Jenny
Pufahl, Derek
Pufahl, Mackenzie
Ramirez, Pablo
Reddie, George
Reilly, Pat
Retzlaf, Jackie
Rudie, Becky
YMCA L EAD E R S H IP
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Y EXECUTIVE STAFF
Chad Abel
Bev Beal-Loeck
Jim Butterbrodt
Jack Hankes
Mark Killingsworth
Katherine Koepsell
Joseph Militello
Chuck Neuman
Terry O’Connor
Mary Parker
Rhonda Steiner
Steve Vessey
Mary Vogl-Rauscher
Ben Westra
Rich Zieman
Jen Kruel
Jenny Pufahl
Amber Alvin
Frank Schmitt
Amber Deibert
Sarah Korn
Stacy Woods
Terry Pfeiffer
Barb Loeffler-Hartl
Courtney Vossekuil
Sanders, Julie
Sanders, Sarah
Schehr, Kyley
Schregardus, Taylor
Schregardus, Keegan
Schregardus, Donna
Soto, Kaylee
Soto, Nate
Steiner, Al
Steiner, Rhonda
Steinich, Jill
Stellpflug, Kay
Stobbe, Shawn
Swenson, Mike
Temkin, Julius
Tonn, Allen
Tonn, Loretta
Tonn, Brenna
Uherka, Andrea
Vessey, Steve
Vogl-Rauscher, Mary
Vossekuil, Courtney
Vossekuil, Marie
Vossekuil, Tim
Wade, McKenzie
Westra, Ben
Wilke, Tiffany
Wolf, Miranda
Wolfram, Jolene
Woods, Stacy
Woreck, Jalyn
Woreck, Jamie
Woreck, Pete
Woreck, Trent
Wosick, Damian
Zabel, Tina
Zander, Pam
Zieman, Richard
Y MISSION
Executive Director
Senior Program Director
Aquatic Director
Facility Director
School Age Director
Membership Director
Health & Wellness Director
Business Director
Child Development Director
Program &Special Events Director
The YMCA of Dodge County
is a charitable association
founded on Christian principles,
open to all, and dedicated to
buidling healthy spirit, mind,
and body through diversified
programming. We Build Strong
Kids, Strong Families, and
Strong Communities.