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Y_08 annual report_FINAL SPREADS:Spreads
Our Mission
The YWCA of
Lancaster is dedicated
to eliminating racism,
empowering women,
and promoting peace,
justice, freedom, and
dignity for all.
Childcare
Racial Justice Initiatives
Our Childcare centers provide
developmentally appropriate
care for children from age
six weeks to twelve years
in a safe and stimulating
environment.
The Racial Justice program provides an
Anti-bias Curriculum for elementary school
children, a Day of Commitment, Study Circles
and the annual Racial Justice Institute with
national trainers to identify racist behavior
and effect positive change in our community.
Sexual Assault Prevention &
Counseling Center (SAPCC)
SAPCC offers supportive counseling to sexual assault/abuse
victims, accompanies them through medical and legal
proceedings, and strives to prevent sexual violence through
educational programs.
Residence Program
The Residence provides safe,
affordable housing for low and
moderate income women and
their children for up to two years
during transitional periods in
their lives.
Youth Programs
The Youth program
empowers school age girls
to avoid teen pregnancy,
child abuse, school dropout
and substance abuse.
Health and
Fitness
The Health and Fitness program offers a comprehensive
range of gym and workout
activities to enhance the
fitness and health of children,
youth, adults and seniors.
ywca of Lancaster
110 North Lime Street
Lancaster, PA 17602
717-393-1735
www.ywcalancaster.org
ywca of Lancaster
A United Way Agency
2008 Annual Report
From the
Leadership:
2007-2008 saw the beginning of
several major projects that
continued into the next fiscal year.
■ Wood floors were repaired,
sanded, and refinished.
■ The maintenance staff worked
hard to clean the fireplace tiles
and glass lighting fixtures.
■ All the chandeliers and door
knobs were removed, polished,
and lacquered.
■ Roman shades were selected
for new window treatments.
But how to pay for all this? As
always, our loyal YWCA volunteers
stepped up. Blake Albright and
First, who knew when Peter Barber Carol Pyfer initiated a new YWCA
of Two Dudes Painting Co. issued society in honor of Mary Kepler
(Board President 1909-1934).
us a challenge in the form of an
The Mary Kepler Society, made
offer to paint the Library for free if
up of former Board presidents,
we would furnish it appropriately
took on raising funds for the library
that it would lead to $90,000 of
restoration. With the help of 33
much needed TLC for both the
donors, we were able to raise
interior and exterior of the space?
enough to cover all the costs,
One thing led to another, and
and also refinish the floors in the
before it was over the following
lobby and commons.
improvements were made in
As each step unfolded, excitement
addition to the beautiful paint job:
rose in the building. Staff would
■ Copper downspouts were
replaced on the Lime St. façade. peer through plastic sheets to
ooh and ahh as the room took
■ Bricks at the exterior corners of
shape. At the opening reception,
the library were sealed.
■ Crumbling sections of wall were everybody was delighted with
the results.
replastered.
■ LIVE Green Lancaster gave
Another project begun in 2007
us a grant to replace the
has not yet had such a happy
deteriorating windows with
conclusion. In January, upon lowenergy efficient ones that match
ering the water level in our pool for
existing windows exactly.
routine cleaning, the tile separated
■ Certified Carpet’s oriental rug
from the concrete on the east wall
expert Tony Legenstein offered
of the pool. Since then, we have
to clean our huge oriental rug
gone through many steps to
free of charge, and also to
ascertain the cause of the wall
donate a new pad to help
failure, culminating with attempting
preserve it.
to clean out and scope the
■ We chose locally made tables
underground sections of four
and chairs from the Shaker
drainage pipes on the Lime St.
Shoppe in Lititz.
side of the building. The presence
of standing water in the pipes
in combination with the level of
deterioration witnessed in the pipes
supports the theory that the drain
pipes are the source of the flooding
problem in the basement. As of this
writing, we are still trying to clean
three of the pipes. Our hope is that
we will be able to clean them and
then insert liners to prevent water
seepage, although the pipes may
be too deteriorated for that option.
Just as we renovate our facilities
from time to time, so too, we have
to update our strategic plan. Our
process involved a rigorous look
at our programs and identified
appropriate strategies for each.
Our endowment fund decreased
by 10.7 percent during fiscal 2008,
with an ending value of $1.25
million.
On a national level, we began a
study on our Mission statement
that culminated in a revised
statement that we will adopt for
our bylaws at our Annual Meeting.
Our Mission has not changed, but
our new articulation of it makes it
more clear for all of us to know and
remember what our work is about:
The YWCA of Lancaster is
dedicated to eliminating racism,
empowering women, and
promoting peace, justice,
freedom and dignity for all.
Financials
Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2008
April 25, 2008
PLATINUM SPONSOR
GOLD SPONSORS
Alcoa
Kellogg’s
Lancaster General
PSECU
Rockvale Outlets Lancaster
TCG Advertising & Design
WLAN FM97
SILVER SPONSORS
Bank of Lancaster County
Brenneman Printing Inc.
Fulton Bank & Fulton Financial
Advisors
RR Donnelley
BRONZE SPONSORS
Armstrong World Industries
Brooks The Inside Track
Certified Carpet
Franklin & Marshall College
Lancaster Barnstormers
Warwick School District
COMMUNITY SPONSORS
4imprint.com
AmeriHealth Mercy
Edie Waste
Gibbel Kraybill & Hess
Lancaster Theological Seminary
Lancaster Toyota Mazda Scion
Susquehanna Bank
Ten Thousand Villages
Revenue and Gains
Annual Campaign . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89,012
Contributions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63,624
Grants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .758,034
Funds from United Way . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .223,338
Total Public Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,134,008
Membership Dues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23,124
Program Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,596,007
Contract Services & Sales to the Public . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35,785
Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66,949
Investment & Endowment Income & Net Gains . . . . . . . . . . .-83,123
Miscellaneous Income . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27,310
Assets Released from Restrictions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .167,099
Total Other Revenue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,833,151
Total Revenue and Public Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,967,159
Expenses
Program Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,823,908
Management & General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .199,981
Fundraising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53,267
Total Expenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,077,156
Thank you to our
donors for their
generous support
during fiscal year
7/1/07-6/30/08!
Crystal Mills Kenyon
Mary and Christopher Mattson
Judy McDermitt
Gladys and Christian McMurtrie
Maureen Powers
Bernice Rydell
Nancy Shaub
Champion ($5,000 and
Elsie and Willis Shenk
above)
Joan and Larry Sherman
Armstrong World Industries
James Shreiner
Geri and Marc Colosi
Carol Thompson
Gateway Health Plan
Marilyn Tyrrell
K&W Tire
Lester and Cheryl Wagner
Dorothy Lyet
Linda Gort and Leonard Walton
Carrie Nunan
Judy and Paul Ware
Carol and John Pyfer
George Weaver
Donald Roseman
Sandy Wenger
Gina and Tom Russo
Woman To Woman
Anonymous
Anonymous
Advocate ($1,000-4,999)
Abigail L. Longenecker Memorial Mentor ($500-999)
Banana Republic
Foundation
Dorothy and Glenn Banner
Blake Albright
David Breniser
Ashland Foundation
Sandi Cauler
Nancy Bare
Adrienne Friedman
Elizabeth Bennett
Sonhui Frill
Joseph Breneman
Ginjr Humphreys
Pat Burnley
Isaac's Restaurant & Deli
Capital Blue Cross
Susan Komsky
Linda and Patrick Castagna
Jan Masland and Larry Keating
Dr. Alice Drum
Colleen Milligan
Ferree Foundation
Dianne Nast and Joe Roda
Karen Haley and Robert Field
Fulton Financial Advisors
First Presbyterian Church of
Tara and Riess Potterveld
Strasburg
Flora Poulos
Bonnie Sowers Giurlando
Nancy and Mark Randall
John Herr and Diane Koken
Barbara Hough Roda
John Frederick Steinman
Susan Rutter
Foundation
Seminary Community Council
Samuel Smith
Lisa Stillwell
Nicholas Veronis
Chris and Pat Whalen
Jack and Bonnie Whalen
Ally ($250-499)
Virginia Allen
Greta Aul
Ricki Bechtold
Theresa Bentley
Nancy Bookman
Margaret Brown
Teddie Chairsell
Tim Deery
Sara Desch
Dot and Larry Evans
Steve and Mary Gabriel
Hazlett, Burt & Watson
Laura Korach Howell
Joanne Johnson
Harry and Jane Kulp
Liz Martin
Angie McVey
Nancy Neff
Cass Ripple
John and Joyce Saeger
Mary Ellen Schaeffer
Gregg and Terri Scott
Ann Strobel
Patricia Waltman
Witness ($1-249)
Helen and Bill Adams
Marilou and Ron Adams
Sherri Alapick
Ken and Sherry Alopec
Jonelle Anderson
Elizabeth Andes
Judy Anttonen
MaryAnn Armstrong
Elaine Babilonia
Mary Ellen Bachman
Rosalind Bacon
Kathy Bailey
Matthew Baldwin
Ena Banks
Peter Barber
Nancy and Christopher Barton
Patricia and Carroll Barton
Tom Barton
Constance and Michael Beck
Carole Beech
Julius and Ada Bentman
Charlotte Boehret
Lissa Standish Booth
Trudy and Joe Breslin
Ellen Brinton
Roberta and C. Alan Bruns
Rebecca and Joe Bumsted
Donna Burkholder
Elizabeth Calder
Betty Canon
Janet and Larry Carroll
Carol Case
Wendy Chan
Abigale Comp
Carole Counihan and Jim
Taggart
Chris Cox
Coralie Crafton
Christina Cruz
Sue Davenport
Faye DeBerdine
Lija Diem
Marian Doane
Sally Doane
Art Dodge
Mary Pat Donnellon
Karen Drevyanko
Ruth Dunlap
Ann Duval
Nancy Dyer
Jan Eastman
Tim Erdley
Tracy and Arnold Feldman
Jennifer Fischer
Dallas and Sarah Young Fisher
Stephen Foote
Beverly Franklin
Rebecca French
Kris Frey
Mark Frisbie
Garber's Frame Shop and
Gallery
Anne and Eugene Gardner
Shirley Garrett
Adam and Isabel Gehr
Cheryl Gehring
Wesley and Audrey Geib
Tom and Valerie Gemmill
Barbara and Darrell Gerke
Shirley Gerlitzki
Giant Food Store
Gibbel Foundation
Henry and Joan Gibbel
John Gibson
Michael Goldberg
Andree Goldman
Abbie and Ely Gonick
Kay Gontner
Damian and Deborah Gorman
Dorothy and Robert Gottlieb
Grace Lutheran Church
Grace United Church Of Christ
Graig Radden and Vicki
Henderson
Hilary and Alistair Grant
Kathy Gray
Catherine and Paul Gregory
Diane Griffiths
Ellen Arnold Groff
Hershey Groff
Lisa Groff
Deborah and George Groleau
Paula Grubbs
Sue Gula
John and Audrey Hallgren
Lin Hanks
Loyde and Carol Hartley
Adolph and Carole Hearon
Edith and David Heckel
Kirsten Helin-Long and Daniel
Long
Esther Heller
Mildred Henderson
Jen Herman
Lauren Heroux
Beth Herr
Cathy Hersh
Janette Hewitt
Carol Hickey
Sadie and Dale High
Paul and Caroline Hoffer
Judy Homan
Nancy Hoop
Donald and Mary Horn
Jane Horst
Sylvia and Robert Howells
Patricia and Suter Hudson
Dorothy Hughes
Nancy Mayer Hughes
Alace and James Humphreville
Betsy Hurley
John and Dorie Jascoll
Johnson & Johnson/Merck
Dan and Marilyn Jones
Marian Joyce
Kari Kanner
Ruth Kauffman
Timothy and Brenda Kauffman
Brenda Keener
Sharon and Thomas Kennedy
Monica Kirchner
Holly Kleimo
Annette Kreider
Ann and Robert Krissinger
Vivian Kunkel
Anthony Lascoskie
Johanna Lever
Life Uniform
Angela Lightfoot
Kate and Lucas Lindon
Judy Lintner
Jane Logdon
Jane Longwell
Mary and Richard Low
Susan Luek
Evelyn Lyons
Betty Laverne Martin
Jane Martin
Nancy Martin
Susan Martin
Melanie Martinez
Larry and Debbie Mays
Patricia McCarty
Joyce McClintock
James McGinnis
Gregg McGough
Mara McGrann
Linda Jones McKee
Ronald and Karen McKinnis
Lucille and George Meissner
Sally Mentzer
Lori Michener
Annette Miller
Barbara and Larry Miller
Gemma Miller
Ruth E. Miller
Catherine Minnerly
Robert and Connie Minney
Sue Morrison
Margaret Moss
Steve Mosser
William O'Connell
Laura Sadler Olin
Nancy Osgood
Susan Ottenheimer
Mathilda Painter
Linda and Richard Peacock
Yolanda Perez-Rivera
Carl and Ellen Pike
Judi and Ken Ralph
Lajune and Michael Ranck
Mary and Fred Renner
Kathleen Retallack
Don and Leslie Rice
Linda and Samuel Rice
Bev and Jim Richards
Nancy Rill
Dave Rineer
Annette Rineer-Tighe
Deborah Rivera
Xiomava Rivera
David and Mary Roda
Charles and Sally Rohrer
James and Sandra Roland
Catherine and Michael Rommel
Harriet and George Rosenstein
Ingrid and Edmund Ruoff
Cathy and Michael Saladik
Mayro Sanchez
Judy and Roger Sandt
Debra Saporetti
Suzi Schaum
Barbara Schmid
Nancy Schmitt
Jeanine Schonta
John Schreiber
Susan Lamb Seavey
Mary Elizabeth Semtelli
Douglas Shank
Michelle and Paul Sheaffer
Cheryl Shelly
Sharon Sherban
Dianne Sherr
Dorothy and Wilbur Shoemaker
Katherine Shope
Irene Sigler
Melissa Sikorski
David and Jennifer Silbert
Deidre Simmons
Frances Skolnick
Millie and Leonard Sloane
Tom and Barbra Bray Smithgall
Marian Snavely
R. Jeanne Sonntag
Keith Spalding
Kathleen Spencer
Rhea and Phil Starr
Deborah Stasiak-Birkenbine
Mary Stehman
Judy Stevens
Mary Lou Stevenson
Karen Stoeckl
Kendall Stonerook
Annemarie Strickler
Sara Sweger
Assunta Tarallo
Allen and Nancy Tate
Eleanor and Norm Taylor
Wendy Taylor
Christelle Thaw-Bolton
Mary Alice Thompson
Regina Toto
Marcia Trach
Bob and Kay Troxell
Stefanie Valar
Julie and Mike Vanasse
John and Beryl Vanderzell
Barbara and David Verrier
Richard and Sarah Wagner
Mary Louise Wain
Charles Walker
Lynette Waller
James Wanner
Nancy Warshawsky
Richard and Shirley Weber
Geralyn Welch
Wellness & Women's Program
Millersville University
Joan and Cliff Wengert
Phyllis Whitesell
Charlotte Hull Whiting
Larry and Jane Mary Wilcox
Holly Williams
Suzanne Willwerth
Barb Wilson
Jessica Levengood-Wohlbier
and Thomas Wohlbeir
Conni Yoder
Marlisa Yoder-Bontrager
Christine Yost
Edi Young
Mary Lou Young
YWCA of Lancaster
Board of Directors
2008
Colleen Milligan, President
Flora Poulos, VP Administration
Lynda Levengood, VP Programs
Carolyn Pennabecker, VP
Finance & Assistant Treasurer
Susan Komsky, Recording
Secretary
Elizabeth Bennett, Treasurer
Sharon Allen-Spann
Charito Calvachi-Mateyko
Sandra Caulder
Wendy Chan
Darlene Colon
Ann Duval
Sonhui Frill
Bonnie Sowers Giurlando
Lin Hanks
Karen Heinle
Laura Korach Howell
Heather Jeffries
Crystal Mills Kenyon
Merav Lehr
Liz Martin
Nancy Neff
Nancy Osgood
Judy Pehrson
Bernie Rydell
Tonya Williams
Board of Trustees
2008
We would also like to thank the
donors who support the YWCA
through their gifts to the United Way.
We apologize for any inaccuracies
and welcome your corrections.
Larry Keating, Chair
Gina Russo, Vice Chair
Linda Castagna, Secretary
Marc Colosi
Tim Deery
Chris deVitry
Dave Hess
Paul Quinn
Nancy M. Shaub
Judy Ware
2008 YWCA
Award Recipients
Citizen of the Year Award
Lynda Levengood
Corporate Citizen of the
Year Award
Armstrong World Industries
Management Team
President's Award
Bonnie Sowers Giurlando
Executive Director
Maureen Powers
Assistant Executive Director
Dorothy Evans
Administrative Services Director
Lori Michener
Building manager
Gordana Mujan
Child Care Director
Cheryl Gahring
Child Development Center
Director
Christelle Thaw-Bolton
Child Enrichment Center
Director
Hallie Greco
Counseling Services Director
Debra Francis Werner
Development & Communications
Director
John Jascoll
Finance Director
Angie Lightfoot Roth
Health & Fitness Director
Lucy Ngokonyo-Weaver
Human Resources Coordinator
Catherine Minnerly
Parent Child Learning Center
Coordinator
Cathy Diamond
Prevention Education Director
Jodi Reinhart
Residence Director
Mary Commero
School Age Child Care Director
Monica Kirchner
Youth Director
Mary Ross
Racial Justice Award
Charito Calvachi-Mateyko
Yellow Bud Awards
Alexis Faro
Ashley Gray
Adrienne Jones
Whitney McSparren
Marentha Wentzel
Yellow Rose Awards
Lin Hanks
Dave Hess
Crystal Mills Kenyon
Susan Komsky
Bernice Rydell
Doug Seitz
Nikki Zeigler
Honored YWCA Staff
5 years
Brenda Grove
Bonnie Hatfield
Gordana Mujan
Don Walton
Mary Kay Witmer
Sherri Wright
10 years
Toni Gasby
Lori Michener
15 years
Elizabeth Beattie

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