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TAMPA METROPOLITAN AREA YMCA

2017 Annual Report


OUR MISSION:

To put Judeo-Christian principles into

practice through programs that build healthy

spirit, mind and body for all.

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2017 Donors 12

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TAMPA METROPOLITAN AREA YMCA | Annual Report 2017

BETTER FOR ALL

For 129 years, the Tampa

Metropolitan Area YMCA has

served as a place of possibility

and promise for all residents

in Hillsborough and East Pasco

counties. Unfortunately, in

times when the true power of

“us” is unknown to many and

our bonds are fraying, we must

do even more to enhance our

human connections. That’s why

the Y passionately focuses on

strengthening communities.

Working with friends and

partners like you, the Y provides

everyone the opportunity to be

healthy and thrive, to connect

with others, and contribute to a

better community. Everything the

Y does makes us – as individuals

and a community – better.

Since 1889, the Tampa Y has

stayed true to its mission to

put Judeo-Christian principles

into practice through programs

that build healthy spirit, mind

and body for all. Our cause is

to strengthen the foundations

of community. We do this by

supporting whole families,

serving all ages, and infusing our

core values of honesty, respect,

responsibility and caring at all

operational levels.

This annual report captures how the Tampa YMCA developed youth,

strengthened our community and contributed to a better us in 2017,

focusing on these top Vision 2020 strategic priorities:

» Closing the Achievement Gap

» Improving Tampa Bay’s Health and Well-Being

» Teen Leadership Development

» Drowning Prevention

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TAMPA METROPOLITAN AREA YMCA | Annual Report 2017

The Tampa YMCA’s commitment to nurturing the

potential of every child and teen is evident in the

many programs and activities designed for local

kids.

FOR A BETTER US

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

In 2017, 23,655 teens and

children cultivated values, life

skills and positive relationships

in various Y programs like

youth sports, day camps and

teen leadership development

programs.

The Tampa Y believes all children

and teens have potential. But

research shows many kids from

underserved and low-income

families need extra support

in reaching this potential.

They often start kindergarten

underprepared and fall behind

their peers as they progress

through school. As long as this

achievement gap exists, most of

these young people will reach

adulthood intellectually, socially

and emotionally unprepared to

succeed. This fundamentally

changes the fabric of our

communities – these kids are

more likely to become teen

parents, engage in criminal

activities, suffer from mental

health issues, and are more

likely to be unemployed or

underemployed. The Y works

with caregivers, students and

schools across the Tampa Bay

area to close the achievement

gap through evidencebased

programs that improve

students’ educational readiness,

engagement and outcomes, while

helping them grow emotionally

and physically, too.

2017 IMPACT SNAPSHOT:

9,328 kids

received educational

support through early

learning, afterschool,

childcare and summer camp.

10,348 young athletes learned

teamwork and stayed active in youth sports.

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The Tampa Y improves the

community’s health and well-being

by providing programs and activities that

promote wellness, reduce risk for chronic

disease and help others manage and reclaim

their health.

FOR A BETTER US

2017

IMPACT SNAPSHOT:

159,465 children,

teens, adults, senior citizens,

cancer survivors, chronically ill

community members, at-risk youth,

infants and toddlers were supported,

guided and received resources

to achieve greater health and

well-being for their spirit, mind

and body.

In 2017, the Y expanded

educational programs to help

community members navigate

through obesity and chronic

illness. These include the Y

Diabetes Prevention Program,

Pedaling for Parkinson’s,

Enhance ® Fitness senior fitness and

arthritis management program,

Y Weight, LIVESTRONG ® at the

YMCA for cancer survivors and

SilverSneakers for active older

adults. These programs make us,

our Ys and our community better.

The result is a community that

values health and supports healthy

choices.

As part of our focus on healthy

living, the Tampa YMCA is also

committed to keeping children

nourished all year long. One in five

American children doesn’t know

where his or her next meal will

come from. Studies show when

kids are hungry, they’re more

likely to bully others, have trouble

focusing in class and struggle

with schoolwork. A proper diet is

essential to physical, mental, social

and emotional development. The

Y fills gaps in access to free meals

during the summer and afterschool

hours by providing year-round

healthy snacks and meals to kids

who live with food insecurity

to help them grow strong and

smart. Watch how the Tampa

YMCA is fighting food insecurity

in partnership with Hillsborough

County Public Schools and the

YMCA of the USA:

377,000 healthy meals and

nutritious snacks provided to kids as part of

the Y’s out-of-school meal programs.

5,928 kids and 1,131 different

families living in food deserts pay $1 for a full bag

of fresh produce from the Y’s Veggie Van – A Mobile

Market Place.

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STRENGTHENING COMMUNITY

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The Tampa Y responds to society’s most

pressing needs – like drowning prevention

and generational poverty – with innovative,

community-based solutions.

FOR A BETTER

2017

IMPACT SNAPSHOT:

7,123 children

learned to swim and

be safe around water.

Drowning is the second leading

cause of accidental childhood

death. More children under the

age of four drown in Florida than

anywhere else in the nation.

Further, Hillsborough County

regularly ranks among the highest

counties nationally for drowning

cases in the same age group. To

reverse these statistics, the Y

offers free and more affordable

swimming and water safety

courses so that they’re available

to everyone.

562 children received mobile

swim lessons through a Tampa Y

partnership with the Children’s

Board of Hillsborough County, St.

Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, City

of Tampa, Hillsborough County

Fire & Rescue and Brandon Sports

& Aquatic Center. WATCH how

the Mobile Water Safety Team

bring an innovative water safety

program to local neighborhoods

for free:

1,465

non-swimmers received

free water safety and swim

lessons over the summer

through the Go for Green program in partnership

with the Tampa Bay Rays, United Way Suncoast

and the Children’s Board of Hillsborough County.

567 kids received free water

safety lessons through Safety Around

Water offered to the community during

Hillsborough County’s spring break.

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2017 IMPACT SNAPSHOT:

US

$4,361,616

As one of the Tampa Bay area’s

oldest and longest-serving public

charities, the Y’s life-changing

work is possible thanks to

the generous contributions of

donors, members and community

partners.

raised in public support

including individual, business, government,

foundation contributions and grants -

demonstrating broad support of efforts and

work from the Tampa Bay community. These

dollars directly support mission-driven operations.

21,537 individuals served at

little or no cost thanks to the charitable

contributions and volunteer efforts of Y

members, donors, community partners

and foundation support.

$5,516,881 total

community investment through financial

assistance to ensure participation in

all programs among youth, adults and

families facing financial hardship, in

addition to, subsidized programs

that fill community voids

throughout Hillsborough and

East Pasco counties.

Watch this video to see how the

Tampa Y creates meaningful,

lasting change to all community

members who need a place to go

to feel healthier, more confident,

connected and secure:

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Our Y has a tremendous history here in Tampa

as the city’s oldest nonprofit and we have been

evolving over the last 129 years as we strive to

serve the ever changing needs of our families.

FROM THE PRESIDENT & CEO

The year 2017 was a big one for me

because it’s the year I was fortunate

enough to join the Tampa YMCA

family! And what a family it is. Even

before my wife and I officially called

Tampa Bay home, I was welcomed

with open arms. Since October

2017, I have been forging new

relationships, educating myself on

our Y’s culture and atmosphere and

working alongside our great team of

volunteers and staff to make a great

Y even better.

I arrived during a year when we

accomplished so much! 2017 was

a year when new data showed the

drowning rate among young children

in Hillsborough County decreased

by half. This is encouraging news

to the Tampa Y because drowning

prevention is a top strategic priority

area. However, there is much work to

be done. Florida still ranks number

one in the nation for youth drowning

cases. The Y will continue to reach

more vulnerable populations in

the years to come. Together, with

supporters like you, we’re committed

to ensuring not one more local child

drowns.

As a local leader in health and

wellness, the Tampa Y launched the

new Enhance ® Fitness program at

three of our Ys. This senior fitness

and arthritis management program

is designed to increase fitness levels

while building a sense of social

connectedness. The feedback we’re

getting is phenomenal and we look

forward to expanding the program at

more Ys in the near future.

In 2017, we expanded the Y’s Veggie

Van – A Mobile Market Place to

include two new stops in Plant City

and Dover. Through the Veggie

Van, we distribute fresh fruits and

veggies into targeted communities

without access to healthy and

affordable food. We also kicked off

a new collaboration with the James

A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital and look

forward to bettering the lives of

thousands of Tampa Bay veterans!

This past year, we expanded the

Downtown Y to include a newly

renovated multi-use fitness space,

called “the STUDIO.” Further

north, we cut the ribbon on a large

renovation project at the Bob Sierra

North Tampa Family Y to provide

12,000 North Tampa children,

teens and adults the support and

resources they need to achieve

greater health and well-being.

Furthermore, more Northdale/

Carrollwood kids can learn about

teamwork, relationship-building and

other life skills in the facility’s newly

expanded Kid Zone.

In addition, I’m excited to have

come aboard at the same time we

broke ground on the final phase

of the Spurlino Family YMCA at

Big Bend Road. By late 2018,

we’ll welcome thousands of South

Hillsborough County residents

into our new 32,500-square-foot

facility in Riverview. This supportive

environment will serve as a muchneeded

community hub where

families can spend quality time

together, kids can build character

and confidence and everyone can

improve their quality of life.

My thanks to the Governance

Board, center advisory boards,

volunteers, donors and staff for

their dedication and continuous

support to serve the changing needs

of our community. Throughout 2017,

we’ve stayed true to our Vision 2020

III established priority areas: closing

the achievement gap, improving

Tampa Bay’s health and well-being,

teen leadership development and

drowning prevention.

I feel very fortunate to have this

wonderful opportunity to serve such

a diverse and vibrant community.

Our Y has a tremendous history

here in Tampa as the city’s oldest

nonprofit and we have been evolving

over the last 129 years as we strive

to serve the ever changing needs

of our families. I look forward to

nurturing that continued evolvement

as we continue to strengthen the

foundations of community.

With appreciation,

Matt Mitchell

President & CEO

813.224.9622

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TAMPA METROPOLITAN AREA YMCA | Annual Report 2017

GOVERNANCE BOARD

Al Colby, Chair / Chief Volunteer Officer.

Mechanik Nuccio Hearne & Wester, P.A

Jennifer Murphy, Vice Chair / Chair Elect.

BBVA Compass

Doug Arthur, Treasurer. Gries Investment Fund

Felix Haynes, Secretary. Community Volunteer

Michelle Maingot, Immediate Past Chair. Ernst & Young

CENTER VOLUNTEERS OF THE YEAR

These outstanding volunteers are committed to going above

and beyond to help further the Y’s mission and strengthen

the community.

Michelle Elrod

Bob Gilbertson

Central City

Family YMCA

Michelle Hanchett

Plant City

Family YMCA

BOARD MEMBERS

Van Ayres

Hillsborough County

School District

Larry Bevis

UBS Financial Services

Robert Buesing

Trenam, Kemker, et al

Erin Cassidy

Majesty Title Services, LLC

Mike Charles

Mikes Garden Apartments

David Christian

Regions Financial

Corporation

Jim Desmond

Fifth Third Private Bank

Rob Edmund

Kforce, Inc.

Keri Eisenbeis

BayCare Health System

Steve Ellis

Publix

Rob Gagliardi

Tampa Bay Rays

Todd Gregory

GTE Financial

Jeff Hills

Hills & Associates

Kyle Keith

Sabadell United Bank

David Kennedy

Kennedy Investments

Guy King

M.E. Wilson

Chris Kirschner

bdg Architects

Robin Reynolds

MicroLumen, Inc

Dena Shimberg

Community Volunteer

Cy Spurlino

Community Volunteer

Amy Standard

Mario Camacho Foods

Cathy Valdes

Community Volunteer

Jill Valenti

Community Volunteer

SENIOR STAFF LEADERSHIP

Matt Mitchell, President/Chief Executive Officer

Adam Klutts, Executive Vice President/Chief Operations Officer

Dawn Phelps, Vice President/Chief Financial Officer

Scott Barnhard, Vice President/Chief Development Officer

Jennifer Wainman, Vice President/Chief Marketing Officer

Candace Culver, Vice President of Youth Development

Lisa Sankowski, Vice President of Leadership Development,

Training and Human Resources

Todd Broadbent, Associate Vice President of

Information Technology

Bernice Franklin, Associate Vice President of Business Services

Steve Ellis

Bob Sierra

North Tampa

Family YMCA

Cindy Moran

Campo Family YMCA

Mike Shea

Downtown YMCA

Wellness Centers

Brian Mason

East Pasco Family

YMCA & Dade City

Family YMCA

Brigid Merenda

New Tampa Family

YMCA

Lori Egan

North Brandon

Family YMCA

Brian Simmons

Northwest

Hillsborough

Family YMCA &

WestPark Village

YMCA

Mike Carey

South Tampa

Family YMCA

Dan Madine

Spurlino Family Y

at Big Bend Road

Christina Allard

Sulphur Springs

YMCA

Lisa Crow

The First Tee of

Tampa Bay

Lexi Girard

YMCA Camp Cristina

Lori Brannon

Youth Development

Branch

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FINANCIAL SUMMARY

The Y’s meaningful work is possible thanks to a strong financial

foundation. The following summary shows our financial stability and

growth in 2017.

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES

Audited

Association Revenue and Support

Contributions, Public Support & Grant Revenue 7,012,282

Membership Dues and Program Fees 26,381,838

Other Revenues 668,980

Total Revenue and Support 34,063,100

Association Expenses

Adult Wellness 6,000,410

Childcare and Family 14,038,980

Comprehensive Youth Development 4,172,009

Total Program Expenses 24,211,399

Supporting Services

Management and General 3,983,807

Fundraising 392,279

Total Supporting Services 4,376,086

Depreciation/Amortization Expense 4,578,097

Net From Operations 897,468

Non-Operating Adjustments

Interest and Financing 466,938

Investment (Gain)/Loss (849,561)

Change in Net Assets 1,280,141

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION

Assets

Current Assets 12,792,153

Investments 7,349,407

Property, Plant and Equipment 38,527,840

Total Assets 58,669,400

Liabilities

Current Liabilities 2,081,229

Long Term Liabilities 17,002,239

Total Liabilities 19,083,468

Net Assets 39,585,932

Total Net Assets and Liabilities 58,669,400

October 1, 2016 - September 30, 2017

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TAMPA METROPOLITAN AREA YMCA | Annual Report 2017

2017 DONORS

The Y wishes to recognize our donors who have contributed $250

and above to BUILD A BETTER US. The Y uses every gift to make a

meaningful, enduring impact right in your own neighborhood.

$100,000 +

Gary Koch Invitational Pro-Am, Inc.

Humana Foundation

Joy McCann Foundation, Inc.

Cy and Joanne Spurlino

The Mabel and Ellsworth Simmons

Charitable Foundation, Inc.

The Spurlino Foundation

Triad Foundation, Inc.

$50,000 +

Copperhead Charities, Inc.

Ring Power Corporation

$25,000 +

Advanced Drying Systems Corp.

Bank of America

Caspers Company McDonald’s

Restaurants

City Of Zephyrhills

Community Foundation Of

Tampa Bay

Danker-Basham Foundation, Inc.

Richard Gonzmart

James H and Amy G Shimberg

Foundation, Inc.

L.V. Thompson Family Foundation

The Mary & Bob Sierra Family

Foundation, Inc.

Precor

Publix Super Markets Charities

Robert Rothman

The Frank E. Duckwall

Foundation, Inc.

$10,000 +

Carroll Air Systems, Inc.

Michael and Darlene Charles

Conn Memorial Foundation

Craig Brown TTEE and

Eayne B Brown Trust

Dade Amateur Golf Association Inc.

Tony DiMare

Florida Blue Foundation

Florida Strawberry Festival

Incorporated

Fred and Jane Frankland

Alix Franzblau

Rob Gagliardi

Gary and Donna Koch Family

Foundation Inc.

Simon Gregorich

GTE Financial

John Hannon

Healthways Foundation

Jeff and Tonya Hills

Greg Iglehart

Thomas Johnson

Luis Mahiquez

Sareet Majumdar

Chris and Michelle Maingot

Outback Bowl

Palma Ceia Golf and Country Club

Yogesh and Bella Patel

Regions Bank

Andy Rosen

Salesforce.com Foundation

Suncoast Credit Union Foundation

The Lowry Murphey Family

Foundation, Inc.

Paul Watson Watson

Paul and Gail Whiting

Paul Whiting Jr.

David Williams

World Golf Foundation, Inc.

$7,500 +

Cargill Inc.

CSX Transportation

David Hull Hull

Robert and Jennifer Murphy

Rocke, McLean & Sbar Attorneys

At Law

Susan Schulman

Neil C. Spector

United Way of Greater Atlanta

YMCA Of The USA

$5,000 +

Adventist Health System

Anthem Blue Cross

Best Buy Foundation

Forrest Boushall

Brandon Regional Hospital

Bob and Karen Buesing

Chris Campbell

Century Kia

Chris T. Sullivan Foundation

Al and Donna Colby

George Etheridge

GTE Federal Credit Union

Charitable Foundation

Gulch Masters of Tampa Bay Inc.

Carl Hawkins

Ross Hays

Hinks and Elaine Shimberg

Foundation, Inc.

Cynthia Holloway

Joshua Kernohan Memorial Fund Inc.

Michael Kagan

David and Kimberly Kelly

David and Liz Kennedy

Adam and Rasa Klutts

KW Grader Foundation

Land O’Frost, Inc.

Tom and Kim Looby

Martin Family Foundation, Inc.

Susan Mendelson

Microlumen, Inc.

New York Yankees Tampa

Foundation

Price Waterhouse Coopers LLP

Raymond James and Associates

Rooms To Go Foundation

South Bend Self Storage LLC

Jay Starkey

Tampa Bay Rays

The Walter Foundation

Tournaments For Charity

United Janitorial Solutions, Inc.

United Way Suncoast

Unity In The Community

Joe and Jill Valenti

Wells Fargo Foundation

Zaxby’s - Valrico

$2,500 +

Active Network

Siviero and Heather Agazzi

Akerman Llp - National

Administrative Center

Amalie Oil Company

American Multi-Cinema, Inc.

Sanjay Anderson

Christopher Angelo

Anonymous

Apostolerer Properties Inc.

Bank Of America Matching Gifts

Baycare Health System /

St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital

BDG Architects, LLP

Benchmark International

Benevity Community Impact Fund

Brandon Regional Hospital

Medical Staff

Burr & Forman, Llp

C M Davis, Jr. Revocable Family Trust

Joseph E. Casey

Earl and Jackie Clark

Rob and Stephanie Clark -

Grant Thornton

Continental Mills, Inc.

Corral Wodiska Partnership, LTD

Brett & Lisa Couch

Jim and Joyce Desmond

Divine Design & Development, Inc

Drs. Kiran & Pallavi Patel Family

Foundation, Inc.

Angela and Andrew Duncan

Rob and Kristy Edmund

Nancy Favilla and Michael Kagan

Bruce and Bernice Franklin

Mark Goodnight

The Grainger Foundation

Grant Thornton, LLP

Adam and Marilyn Gyselinck

Barton Hartsock

Jeff Hausinger

Heritage Drywall

Hieronymus Charities Inc.

Jeffrey Julien

Kyle and Sarah Keith

Ronna Kennedy

Charles Ketchey

Robin Kippenburger

Kohl’s

Lanier Upshaw Insurance

Lester and Charlotte Lehnherr

Les Mills US

Jonathan Levy

LGI Homes

Lightning Foundation, Inc.

M. E. Wilson Company, Inc.

Dr. Frederick J. McClimans

Janet McNew

Cindy Moran, Predictive Results

National Academy of Dermatology

Nurse Practioners Inc.

The Brian and Jennifer Giglia

Charitable Fund

Pamela and Leslie Muma Family

Foundation, Inc.

Gayle Pergament

Raymond James Charitable

Razoo Foundation

Reeves Import Motor Cars, Inc.

Robin Reynolds

Fred Ridley

Adam Rosen

Elizabeth M. Saunders

Sharon and Joseph Smith

Matt and Heather Solomon

State of Florida Department of

Financial Services

The Bank Of Tampa

The Green Boutique

Jaime Thompson

John Touchton

Manny and Cathy Valdes

Verner Foundation, Inc.

Western and Southern Life

Jerry White

Stacy Yates

Greg Zacharias

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$1,500 +

Abdoney Orthodontics

Access Church

Barbara Aderhold

American Dream Home Mortgage, Inc.

Douglas Arthur

Harold Astorquiza

George Banning

Mark Battig

Bayshore Custom Homes, LLC

Jenny Beadle

Bill Shields Roofing, Inc.

Matthew Boettger

Erin Bohacek

Jane Bowling

Mark Bremmer

Chris Brooker

Brown’s Trophies, Inc.

Mark Bullard

Jeff Burmeister

Cali Viejo Restaurant

Scott Chambliss

Cynthia Cimino

William Citron

Theresa Collinton

Fitz Conner

Thomas and Diana Cornett

Carlos Costas

Candace Culver

Cyberknife Centers Of Tampa Bay

Robert Daisley

Dallas 1 Construction & Development

Dennis and Fran DeLuccia

James Doyle

Toby Drew

Travis Elrod

Scott Emery

Encore By David Weekley Homes

Keith Ferguson

Terry Fink

First Citrus Bank

Fleischman Garcia Architecture

Florida Communication Electronics, Llc

Florida Community Bank

Florida Potato & Onion

Stephen Galbraith

Gabrielle Garcia

Gaylord Merlin Ludovici & Diaz

Nicole Geller

Gfwc Plant City Junior Woman’s Club

GFWC Valrico Service League

Jeff Gilbert

Christie Granowicz

Christopher Greco

Amelia Green

Ken Hagan

Jack Harrell

David Harris

Felix Haynes

Gregory Hearing

Anthony Helenek

Hi Tech Automotive

Highland Homes

Hill, Ward & Henderson, P.A.

Hillsborough County

HMSHost North America

Paul and Tammy Holmberg

Royce Hodge

Julianna Holbrook

Hope Lutheran Church

Hurlburt Family Foundation, Inc.

Michael Iosue

John Jaeb

Jarrett-Scott Ford Of Plant City

Don Jennewein

Sarah Jockin

Johnson & Cassidy, P.A

Julia Best Chase, P.A.

Cathy Kamm

Rickey Kendall

Jay Kennedy

Kona Ice of Little Hillsborough

Martin Koscso

Eugene Lenihan

Angela Loflin

Harlan Logan

Love First Christian Center

Ralph and Bonnie Mangione

John Marian

Timothy and Terry McGuirk

Brendan and Sandra McLaughlin

Patrick Messerli

Jennifer Moore

Moretrench Environmental Services

Morgan Stanley Foundation

Timothy Muscaro

New York Life Giving Campaign

Northdale Civic Association

Patterson Companies

Pfizer Matching Gifts Program

PGA Tour Champions Tour

Pinnacle Engineering

Ray Ploucher

Susan Prestridge

Psychological Assessment

Resources, Inc.

Rick’s On The River, Inc.

River Of Life Christian Center, Inc.

Roney Auto Sales

Maria Samerson

Lisa Sankowski

Kenneth Scaz

Catherine Schmidt

Schwab Charitable Foundation

Fred and Mary Seguiti

Senior Connection Center /

Better Living for Seniors

Bonnie Shelton

Alvin and Yvette Sheriff

Shields Roofing

Richard and Dena Shimberg

Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, Llp

Signs Now of Carrollwood

Val Siktar

Scott Slater

South Florida Baptist Hospital

South Tampa Leaders’ Club

Southshore Orthodontics

Douglas Stalley

David and Nancy Stamm

Sunrise Urgent Care Associates

Suntrust United Way Campaign

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tampa Bay Heat

Tampa Wealth Management Group

Brad Tamulski

TECO Tampa Electric

Gwen Tegtmeier

The Optimist Club Of Plant City

The Phoenix Agency, Inc.

The Rotary Club of FishHawk-

Riverview

The Stein and Vine Neighborhood Pub

The University of Tampa

Times Media Services, Inc.

Verna TM-Trice

Tom and Kathy Shannon

Family Foundation

Touching Tomorrow

William Ulbricht

United Janitorial Solutions, Inc.

USAmeriBank

Valrico Fishhawk Chamber Of

Commerce

Robert Vogel

Jennifer Wainman

Wells Fargo Community Support

Campaign

Nancy Westbrook

Martin White

Scott Wickert

Willis North America, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Adam Yalowich

Zaharias Golf Course

Sergio Zavala

Zephyrhills Elks Lodge

$1,000 +

Francisco Aguilar

Air Centers of Florida, Inc.

Allstate Giving Foundation

Amani Medspa

B and B Risk Management

Services, Inc.

Kirsten Barton

C. Mickler Bentley

Chris Bentley

Alfredo and Vanessa Boccalandro

E Douglas Bohannon

Buckenheimer and Bulnes, Dmd, PA

Melissa Cantwell

Mark Carron

David Christian

Peggy Clarkson

Chuck Davis

Lisa Dill

Linda Drawdy

Lori Egan

Steven and Sarah Ellis

Margaret Fosberg

William and Alexandra Frye

John Gilberto

Fenn Giles

Gulfshore Bank

Hawthorne Village Retirement

Center

Heather Hepp

Gloria Higham

HSW Engineering, Inc.

IBM Employee Services Center

John Jetmundsen

Jay Jockin

JPMorgan Chase Matching Gifts

Program

William Kadow

KMH Management Inc.

John Koch

Rick Lewis

Lott Capital, LLC

Gerald and Annie Maass

Arun and Kavita Marballi

Gayle Martin

Charles and Marjorie Masek

Samantha Michael

John Mochel

Kelli Moody

Charles Mulfinger

Terence Mullane

Berton Newbill

Plant City Noon Rotary

Maynard and Lynn Ramsey

Steve Raney

Hillman and Daphne Reed

Republic Services

Keith Robinson

Sedita Kilton & Co., CPA, P.L.

André Sesler

Gary Shapiro

Sol Design Studio

Southern Tire Company

J W Stamps

Laura Starkey

Adam Steward

Sun Country Cleaners

Denny Thaxton

Elizabeth Trautman

Treasured Memories Portraits

Laura Tuttle

United Food Bank of Plant City

UPS

Urban Legends

Joseph Varner

Thomas Wallace

WalMart Foundation

Dessie Williams

Joseph Williams

World Of Westchase

Kevin Wynne

Robert Yee

$750 +

4 Rivers Smokehouse

Advanced Therapeutic Massage Of

Westchase

Terry Bishoff

Campo Leaders’ Club

Chipotle Mexican Grill

Michael Cosentino

Marilyn and William Daly

Scott Feather

Fezziwig WWJD Foundation

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Jack and Kathy Heiss

Zachariah Hilferding

Cristin Jackson

Kynes, Markman and Felman, P.A.

Gregory Leiter

Rob and Erika Lindsey

Ronald Moore

Noah’s Ark Animal Hospital

Reeves Building and Plumbing

Mindi Richter

Rory B. Weiner, P.A.

Craig Sawicki

Corinne Schramm

Tina Sturdevant

Sun City Center Chamber of

Commerce

Textron Matching Gift Program

True Grit Fit LLC

Truist

Darrell Turner

Verizon Foundation

Christopher Warner

Miriam and Stanley White

$500 +

2nd Swing Golf

Ace Welding Supply

Advantage Tire & Auto - Store #1

Alessandrei & Alessandri, CPA

All Saints Lutheran Church Of

Tampa, Inc.

Christina Avila

Lionel Ballard

Best Termite and Pest Control

Board of Trustees St. Petersburg

College

Todd and Becky Bray

Brian P Rush, P.A.

Joshua Brown

Robert Byford

Robert Callaghan

Jason and Sarah Cape

Andrew Cappello

Donnalee Caraballo

Christine Caraway

Joanna Chapman

Chappellroberts Inc.

Cigna Health and Life Insurance

Company

Clark Construction Group, LLC

Coldwell Banker Residential

Real Estate Cares

Leslie Coleman

Sara Collard

Melissa Collier

Michael Cosentino Jr.

Douglas Cox

William and Marilyn Daly

Anthony Dibenedetto

Ed Favilla

Jennifer Federico

Fidelity Charitable

Fifth Third Bank

Deborah French

Friends Of Recreation & Parks Corp.

Phillip Garcia

Jose Garmendia

Robin Gonzalez

Gordon Chevrolet

Drew Graham

Ami Marie Granger-Welch

Johnny Guffey and Pat Robinson

Tonya Hammond

Bill Handlin

Daniel Cohen and Kerry Hanigan

Cohen

Amy Harper

Gary Harrod

Scott and Terri Hewitt

Troy Hildreth

Lorie Hincman

Morton Hodge

Jack Holland

Brian Holliday

Mary Frances Holmes

Mitchell Horowitz

Connie Huber

Ken Huelhorst

Robert and Debra Hyde

J. C. Newman Cigar Co.

James Hardie Building Products Inc.

Colleen Kennedy

Dwight Kerr

Kareem Kirby Rosey

Dawn Kita

Doug LaCrosse

Cheryl Lautzenheiser

Carlos Licea

Lightning City Gymnastics and

Cheerleading

Paula Litty

Logos Dei Community Church, Inc.

Barbara Lutz

Christina Mallare-pike

Mandelbaum, Fitzsimmons, Hewitt

& Cain P.A.

Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.

Richard Martin

Lakema Massey

Margaret Mathews

Jennifer McAuley

Scott Meckley

Medexpress Urgent Care - Dwic Of

Tampa Bay, Inc.

Adina Miller

Phillip Neidhardt

Steven Nesbitt

David Nicker

Patricia Ormston

Laura Ashley Panaggio

Pasco County Sheriff’s Office

Deidre Peek

Pineywoods Realty

Devora Pippenger

Jennifer Quijada

Daryn Ramos

Donna Rayburn

Reed & Reed Law Pllc

Steven Reynolds

Jill Rossa

Seashell Enterprises, Inc.

Shea Barclay Fundation

Shea Barclay Group

Kristen Showalter

Bartholomew Smith

Snyder Investments and Financial

Services, Inc.

Southern States Motive Power

Star Distribution Systems, Inc.

Steve Straske

Richard Szink

Tampa Music School

Duffy Thaxton

The Junior League Of Tampa, Inc.

The LPGA Foundation

Janet Thompson

Michael Tonelli

Total Nutrition Tampa

Kimberly Troyer

Todd Utter

Frank Vacanti

Vivian Braaksma Insurance

Agency, Inc.

Bill Wagner

Alan Wagner

Amanda Walker

Morgan Wallace

Cynthia Waring

Wave Telepictures

Weight Success Centers LLC

Seema Weinstein

Michael Weiss

Westshore Pizza - Brandon

Kenneth Wherley

Mary Wood

$250 +

William Adams

Charles Adderley

Alexander Ambrioso

Allison Arnold

John Astrab

Kurt and Laura Badertscher

Bradford Baker

Todd and Marsha Barber

Daphne Barr

Anthony Bellapigna

Becky Bennett

Charles A Bentley

Melissa Bergeron

Board of County Commissioners

Hillsbrough County Florida

Tom Bock

Eric and Jeannie Bohn

Deborah Bottoms

Eric Boundurant

Charles Bowers

John Bruenning

Lauren Brun

Elizabeth Bryan

Richard Burns

Roberto Cabrera

Kevin Caldwell

Martha Cameron

William Carbone

Kevin Carey

Sharon Carie

Gerald Carney

Ashley Carpenter

Irene Castillo

John Castro

Maureen Chiodini

Richard and Mary Clement

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Deborah Cochran

Coleman Davis Enterprises, Inc.

Tyler Conover

Kelly Cortez

Shane and Jessica Costello

Cathleen Coston

Zachary Cribbin

Kirkland Crocker

Lisa Crow

Michelle Cruz

Bruce Curtis

Christopher Cutchens

Debartolo Family Foundation, Inc.

Heather Delafield

Celeste Diaz

Ashley Diaz

Linda Dintenfass

Discount Golf Balls LLC

Dominion Payroll Services Florida LLC

Joseph and Mandy Donohue

Alan Dubois

Danielle Duval

Edward Jones

Joseph Ems

Ferman Chevrolet

Erin Fiedler

Margaret Fisher

Focus Development Construction

Company - Tampa Office

Mark Foster

James and Melissa Ganther

Judy Gates

Ryan Gelhaus

Michelle George

Mary Geraci

Dina Gilbert

Lynn Gilberto

Jill Godfrey Rupp

Tiffani Goff

Laurella Gray

Robert Gray

Felicia Greer

Thomas Gregory

George Guerra

Gregg and Cynthia Gutowski

Jeff Hackman

Hamilton Engineering and

Surveying, Inc.

Frank Hancock

Madeleine Harris

Sherry Hawley

Armando Hernandez

Holly Hersey

Kaliegh Hincman

Mark Hoeller

John and Tausha Honey

Hopewell Funeral Home

Doug Hovan

Deanna Hutchins

Andrew Hyman

Cindi Jacobsen

Doris Jimenez

Paul Johan

Wayne Johnson

Johnson-Adams & Associates

Justin Jones

Kappa Kappa Chapter Of Kappa

Delta Phi

Stephen Keen

Mary Keyes

Christopher Kliefoth

Jill Lansky

Marta Laos

Angelica Lebron

Brooke Lowry

Steve MacLaren

Mary Major

Michael Matlock

Edward Matura

David Maynard

Michael McCollum

Christie McCormick

Kevin Mcgrath

Zandra Michel

Michael Milazzo

Jeanne Milkey

David Miller

Carolina Miniet

Timothy Misny

Scott Modesitt

Ashlyn Moore

Priyanca Moothedan

John Morehouse

Katryna Morrall

Donald Morrison

Motivation Coaching, Inc.

Wendy Murphy

Nancy Myers

Chandru Nambiar

Jason Nambiar

Darby Nelson

Jonathan Newman

Ryan Pafias

Kenneth Page

Dorothy Parker

JoEllen Paulete

Ann Payne

Karl Pearson

Jennifer Pence

Pamela Pennington

James Porter

Sal Pusateri

R2 Information Assurance

Solutions LLC

Erik Raines

Anish Rao

Regions Financial Corporation

Susana Reyes

Andrew Rice

Theresa Richardson

Juana Rios

Georgina Rivera-Singletary

Reed Russell

Lee Sanders

Cynthia Sanders-Heatley

Skye Sankey

Bryan Santiago

Kevin Santiago Beauchamp

Effie Santos

Julie Sargent

Charles Schramm

Edward Seepersad

Deirdre Semeyn

Shark Properties Llc

Jada Sheerin

Sandra Shelton

Mary Jo Shenk

Skyland Lakes Golf Club LLC

A. Douglas Smiley

Anita Smith

Meagan Smithyman

Cindy Sofarelli

Southernstar Consultants, LLC

Meagan Springer

David and Patricia Steele

Douglas Stempson

Kayla Storey

Robert Sturm

Michelle Sussman

Natalie Sweet

Sweet T&C Kettle Corn, LLC

Anita Teaney

The Cash Connection

Colleen Thielk

John Timmerman

Joseph Trepani

Mark Tumlin

James Turner

United Way Of Pasco County, Inc.

Don Walden

Jason Whittemore

David Williams

Yvette Wilmath

Christy Winson

Jessica Witte

Jeffrey Woollard

John Wulbern

Jessica Zook

HERITAGE SOCIETY

Through generous bequests,

Heritage Society members ensure

valuable life-changing programs

and services will continue for

future generations, enabling the

Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA to

fulfill its mission.

Anonymous

George and Cassandra Banning

Jan Berry

Bob and Karen Buesing

Estate of Ray Campo

Vince and Mary Cassidy

Estate of Betty Chambers

Michael and Darlene Charles

Maureen Chiodini

Roganne Clark

Al and Donna Colby

Brett and Lisa Couch

Gene and Judi Frame

Alix Franzblau and Ron Sherman

Bob and Delphine Gilbertson

Wayne and Tarya Johnson

Estate of David Heit

Guy and Debbie King

Angie Loflin

Tom and Kim Looby

John and Tima Midyette

Wendy Nero

Terry Prueher

Jeff and Maureen Stewart

Billy Stone

Stuart Suls

Estate of Doris Torr

Joe and Jill Valenti

Quenton Wahl

Scott and Jennifer Warren

Estate of Helen Watts

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TAMPA METROPOLITAN AREA YMCA

ASSOCIATION OFFICE

110 E. Oak Ave., Tampa FL 33602

P 813.224.9622

BOB GILBERTSON CENTRAL CITY FAMILY YMCA

110 E. Palm Ave., Tampa FL 33602

P 813.229.9622

BOB SIERRA NORTH TAMPA YMCA

4029 Northdale Blvd., Tampa FL 33624

P 813.962.3220

BOB SIERRA NORTH TAMPA YMCA

YOUTH & FAMILY CENTER

4015 Ragg Rd., Tampa FL 33624

P 813.269.9404

CAMPO FAMILY YMCA

3414 Culbreath Road, Valrico FL 33596

P 813.684.1371

DADE CITY FAMILY YMCA

38035 Meridian Ave., Dade City FL 33525

P 352.521.0484

DOWNTOWN YMCA

104 South Franklin St., Tampa FL 33602

P 813.229.1305

EARLY HEAD START

110 E. Oak Ave., Tampa FL 33602

P 813.275.9622 ext. 288

EAST PASCO FAMILY YMCA

37301 Chapel Hill Loop, Zephyrhills FL 33542

P 813.780.9622

NORTHWEST HILLSBOROUGH FAMILY YMCA

8950 W. Waters Ave., Tampa FL 33615

P 813.249.8510

PLANT CITY FAMILY YMCA

1507 YMCA Place, Plant City FL 33563

P 813.757.6677

SOUTH TAMPA FAMILY YMCA

4411 S. Himes Ave., Tampa FL 33611

P 813.839.0210

SPURLINO FAMILY YMCA Y AT BIG BEND ROAD

9650 Old Big Bend Road, Riverview, FL 33534

P 813.436.5890

SULPHUR SPRINGS YMCA

8412 N. 13th St., Tampa FL 33604

P 813.924.4207

THE FIRST TEE OF TAMPA BAY

7910 N. 30th St., Tampa FL 33610 P 813.238.7320

7746 Temple Terrace Hwy., Temple Terrace FL 33637

P 813.984.8655

WESTPARK VILLAGE YMCA EXPRESS

9878 W. Linebaugh Ave., Tampa FL 33626

P 813.792.7838

YMCA CAMP CRISTINA

9840 Balm Riverview Road, Riverview FL 33569

P 813.677.8400

YMCA YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

1905 N. Florida Ave., Tampa FL 33602

P 813.223.2895

NEW TAMPA FAMILY YMCA

16221 Compton Drive, Tampa FL 33647

P 813.866.9622

NORTH BRANDON FAMILY YMCA

3097 S. Kingsway Road, Seffner FL 33584

P 813.685.5402

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