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2020 Annual Report - We're Here for Good

For more than 170 years, the YMCA has strengthened communities by connecting people to their potential, purpose and each other. But 2020 was a year unlike any other. We experienced isolation, loss, shutdowns, unemployment, food insecurity, civil unrest and more.

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2020 Annual Report

YMCA OF GREATER BRANDYWINE

ymcagbw.org


Letter from

LEADERSHIP

Dear Friends,

The impact of a three-month government-mandated

shutdown and ongoing pandemic have been devastating.

Our revenue was reduced by 40% in 2020 and we had

no choice but to lay off 60% of our talented staff team

members to stay afloat. Member visits to the YMCA

were down by 64% and many people placed their YMCA

memberships on hold. Childcare and summer camp

programming dropped by 38%.

Nonetheless, as these once unimaginable challenges

became devastating realities, our YMCA team charged

toward the front lines. We hosted blood drives to address

a nationwide shortage, organized food drives to ensure

no one went hungry, launched virtual group exercise

classes so everyone could remain active, established

virtual coffee hours for seniors, offered online family

activities and more.

Additionally, we reimagined and reinvented almost

every area of our operations to create the healthiest

environment possible. Staff were retrained in the latest

disease prevention protocols, equipment was relocated

throughout our facilities to provide for social distancing,

electro-static sprayers were purchased for thorough

disinfection, needle point bi-polar ionization units (which

neutralize viruses within minutes) were installed and

much more.

James Horn

Board Chair

We’re here for good.

For more than 170 years, the YMCA has strengthened communities by connecting

people to their potential, purpose and each other. But 2020 was a year unlike any

other. We experienced isolation, loss, shutdowns, unemployment, food insecurity,

civil unrest and more.

In spite of the tremendous loss 2020 brought, we also

witnessed the tremendous strength of our community.

With you on our team, we accomplished more than we

ever could have imagined under these circumstances—

and thanks to your support, we continue to ensure that

everyone in our community can grow strong in spirit,

mind and body. Thank You.

We are—and will be—here for good.

With gratitude,

Denise L. Day

President & CEO

THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

$50,000 +

The Bill and Janet

Lasko Foundation

Chester County

Community Foundation

The Longwood Foundation

Pennsylvania Department

of Human Services

The Philadelphia Foundation

DIAMOND

$25,000 to $49,999

Anonymous

BellXcel

Blue Yak Foundation

Campbell’s Soup Foundation

Church Farm School

Communications Test Design, Inc.

Lasko Family Foundation

Marshall-Reynolds Foundation

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

THE PANDEMIC’S

IMPACT ON CHILDREN

Nemours - A. I. duPont

Hospital for Children

Sedwick Charitable Foundation

Carol Ware

PLATINUM

$10,000 to $24,999

Advantage Building

& Facility Services

Anonymous

Donna Altenpohl and William Deasey

Antonian Family Foundation

ArcelorMittal

Auto Dealers CARing

for Kids Foundation

The Barra Foundation, Inc.

BB&T (Truist)

The Bellwoar Family

Bryn Mawr Trust Company

The CarMax Foundation

Chester County Regional Education

Services (CCRES)

Denise Day and Lori Greiner

Trish Faidiga

With parents working more than ever or not at all, activities canceled, school

taught through electronic devices and playdates a distant memory, the pandemic

has disrupted the lives of our children.

Parents are reporting signs of stress in their kids such as clinginess, irritability, sleep disruption,

fatigue and more. In 2020, emergency room visits for mental health concerns in children ages 5–11

rose 24% (Centers for Disease Control).

While worrisome, experts point out that kids are resilient, especially when parents and caregivers

help them through times of crisis by validating their feelings, ensuring they safely spend time with

peers and staying active.

That’s why when permitted to reopen last June, we were ready to offer childcare and camp with new

health and safety procedures in place at the YMCA. More than 1,000 children attended weekly—

and we had a great summer safely! We also began offering youth sports leagues and swim lessons again.

And in the fall, when many schools went to virtual learning, we quickly transformed parts of our YMCA

facilities into learning centers and have provided students with academic support, enrichment activities

and socialization opportunities ever since.

Additionally, we continue to offer financial assistance to those in our community who have a need. With

unemployment higher than ever, the need is great. But because of your generous donations, we’re able to

ensure that no one is turned away from the Y due to an inability to pay.

Fulton Bank

Jackson ImmunoResearch

Laboratories, Inc.

M&T Charitable Foundation

Wendy W. McLean

Middle Atlantic Swimming

Miller Flooring Company, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Moran

NFP

NSM Insurance Group

Pancoast and Clifford, Inc.

Leo and Maryanne Parsons

Philadelphia Insurance Companies

Precor, Inc.

Robert and JoAnna Shope

Daryl E. Thomas

The Tri-M Group, LLC

United HealthCare Svs, Inc.

Donna and Tom Urian

USA Swimming Foundation

Virginia Wellington

Cabot Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wallitsch, Jr.

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THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS

GOLD

$5,000 to $9,999

Anonymous

Howard Buck

Colonial Electric Supply

Constellation Energy

Delphi Wealth

Management Group

Thomas Groshans

Sean Hagerty

William Harral, III

Steve Holman

Jim and Betty Horn

William Hostetter

Robert B. Jones

Keough Electric, Inc

The Krall Family

The Leon and Helen

Weiner Foundation

Denise and Paul Lindsay

Richard Luzzi

M&T Bank

Evans Pancoast

Mike Maxwell

Diana McCulloch

Meridian Bank

Rita Modesti

Phillips Mushroom Farms

Bob and Karen Rigg

Rothman

Orthopaedic Institute

Rothwell

Document Solutions

Safeguard

Business Solutions

Suzanne and Karl Scheel

Seifert-Ohnjec Family

Star Roses and Plants

United States

Tennis Assoc, Inc.

The Welch Family

SILVER

$2,500 to $4,999

John Alden

Anonymous (2)

Laura J. Armstrong

Beiler-Campbell Realtors

HEALTHY LIVING

Brown Brothers Harriman

and Co.

Amanda Cabot and

Peter Kjellerup

John Caldwell

Patricia A. Campbell

Eagleview Landing

Eric and Terry Gibson

Kenneth and

Candra Goddu

The Graham Company

Holly and Richard Graver

Gavin Grimes

Carol Hanson

Bruce Hauptfuhrer

Herr Foods, Inc.

Joseph Hertrich

Pamela Hicks

Gail Hoffman

John Jackson

Wendy Jones

Kent Larson

Longwood

Veterinary Center

Main Line

Commercial Pools

Debbie and Jeff Marx

Edward McAssey

Sandra McLean

Bonnie Musser

The Paro Family

PAX Partners

of Raymond James

Perna and Abracht,

LLC Law Offices

Pete’s Produce Farm LTD

Linda and Peter Riondet

Stephanie Schuetz

Christine Scott

Stradley Ronon Stevens

and Young

Suburban West

Realtors’ Association

TreePennsylvania

Vanguard

Jonathan and

Steffani Witmer

Harold Zuber

THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS

BRONZE

$1,000 to $2,499

Action Potential

Acts Retirement -

Life Communities

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Algeo

Gerry Allen

Courtney Allen

Laura Aloisio

Glenn Ammons

Roger Anderson

Betty Angelucci

Anonymous (2)

Arthur Hall Insurance Group

Denny Bement

Tiffany Bohnsack

Brandywine Valley Concrete

R. Robert Brannon

Aldean Bridges

Matthew Burns

Buzz’s Barbecue Chicken

and Catering

Cameron’s Hardware

and Supply, Inc.

Sherri Capecci

Capital Area Girls on the Run

Chester County Solid

Waste Authority

Daniel Chidester

Brooks Clark

Marianne and John Collins

Chris Craft

David Crawford

Elizabeth Cullen

Leslie Cushing

Gina Daddazio

Dane Decor

Mercedes Diaz

Mary Dodson

The Edgar-Mahon Family

Michael Eisenbud

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

MEETING THE NEEDS

OF THE COMMUNITY

Dawn Ewing

John A. Featherman

Robert Feenan

Jane and George W. Fenicle

Craig and Cynthia Fenimore

Michael Ferenz

Dr. and Mrs. Don V. Ferrari

First Resource Bank

Fischer Cunnane and

Associates, Ltd.

Jim and Megan Fox

Gillian Fraggos

Patrick Frayne

Clare Freimuth

Edward C. Frey

Patricia Garg

Garnet Auto Group

Gilbane Building Company

Girls on the Run

International

Chad M. Gobel

George Graepel

Trisha Graham

Gary Green

Gary R. Green Jr.

Charles J. Hanna

LaKeisha Harris

Herr Angus Farms

James Herr

Joseph Herron

Hostetter Grain, Inc.

Andrew Huber

Brook Hunt

Illinois Tool

Works Foundation

Jerrehian Foundation

Janet Johnston

Peter Jones

Sharon Journey

STAYING STRONG IN

SPIRIT, MIND AND BODY

Knowing the importance of staying strong in spirit, mind and body, the YMCA

of Greater Brandywine (YGBW) has worked rapidly to develop new ways to ensure

everyone can do this during the pandemic.

Within weeks of the government-ordered shutdown our team quickly began offering virtual group

exercise classes. Because these classes have continued gaining interest and growing in popularity,

we’ve expanded the number and variety of classes offered virtually. Those with an active YGBW

membership can access live and on demand classes at any time. Additionally, we’re offering

outdoor group exercise classes.

The pandemic changed our community in what seems like an instant,

creating overwhelming need. When the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

ordered a shutdown of all businesses, all branches of the YMCA of Greater

Brandywine were forced to close temporarily, but that didn’t mean our work

or mission stopped— far from it. We were just getting started.

We looked carefully at the needs the pandemic was creating in our community and acted.

We partnered with the American Red Cross and immediately began offering blood drives,

safely collecting over 730 donations in our YMCA branches which helped more than

2,190 patients.

We partnered with several local organizations including the Chester County Food Bank,

Kennett Area Community Services, Southern Chester County Opportunity Network, Square

Root Collective and the United Way of Chester County, to organize food drives. Together,

we collected more than 21,000 pounds of food that helped over 500 local families.

We’ve also launched Virtual Connections, a weekly series of 30-minute webinars on topics that help

viewers live an even more fulfilling life. Episodes have included maximizing health benefits, CPR

and First Aid basics, stress management and even how to eat a full meal with just vegetables!

Episodes are available both live and on demand for those with an active YGBW membership

at virtual.ymcagbw.org.

We created online family activities such as April Animal Madness, at-home STEM experiments

and wellness challenges. We partnered with AT&T to deliver internet hotspots to students in

our community without internet access so that they could complete their virtual schoolwork.

We organized virtual coffee hours to prevent seniors from facing isolation, even organizing a

drive-by celebration for a long-time YMCA member who turned 100 during the pandemic!

Last fall, lots of YGBW members jumped back into their regular workout routine with our four-week

“Back In Action at the Y” Challenge. And finally, at the end of 2020, we partnered with more than 150

YMCA Associations across the United States to participate in three wellness challenges in 2021. The first

challenge which began this past February, had more than 1,800 people from the Chester County community

signed up!

Though it was an immensely difficult year, we were challenged to mobilize our mission in new and

unexpected ways. Helping our community through these unprecedented times has been incredible

and we look forward to continuing to help everyone recover.

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THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS

BRONZE CONT.

$1,000 to $2,499

Aaron and Ericka Karpas

Ed and Lindsey Keys

Razaullah Khwaja

Charles and Sandra Knapp

Lisa Knox

Kramer+Marks

Architects, P.C.

Dallas Krapf

Arnie Kring

Leo Kuperschmid

Jason Kurth

Susan Leboutillier

Jennifer and Kevin Lentz

Lighting by Design

Alina Vargas and

Christopher March

Shirley and George Mason

George Massih

Matrix Fitness

Mrs. Karen McKelvey

John Meadows

Bob Meredith

Chris Meshginpoosh

Mid Penn Bank

Eric and Donna Miller

Kreischer Miller

Thomas Morello

Ivan Morris

Jim Mundell

Annette Musloski

National Philanthropic Trust

Michelle Nedved

New Phase Advisory

Services, LLC

Northbrook Canoe Co.

PA Dairymen’s Association

Pagano and Associates, Co.

Nick Parise

Jerry and Eleanor Parsons

Christine and

Michael Parsons

Steven Petchon

Kathy Pfaff and Vince Keidel

Gay Phillips

Joela Powell

Marc Rash

Charmaine Rochester

Rob and Tina Rydgren

Dr. James and

Mrs. Paula Sauer

Randall Schauer

Horace Scherer

Chrissy and Michael Shiring

Steve and Meg Shreiner

Mr. and Mrs. Rich C. Siegel

Anne Siemer

Ted Skiadas

Frederick Smith

Kevin W. Stach

Richard Stiebritz

Elizabeth Strode

Sulpizio, Inc.

Angie Thompson-Lobb

Mr. and Mrs. Gunard

C. Travaglini

Melissa Turner

Diane Uber

Underground Services, Inc.

United States

Tennis Association

Michael Vadasz

Valley Township

David and Linda VanOcker

WCAY Marlins

Kim and Dwayne Weldon

Wellness Center

of Chester County

Allan Klein and

Gay West-Klien

J.J. Williamson

WSFS Bank

Sandra Yeager

2020 YMCA SERVICE TO YOUTH AWARD

The Service to Youth Award recognizes individuals and organizations whose dedication and effort have made a significant and

positive difference in the lives of children in our community.

Bill and Janet Lasko

Bill and Janet Lasko are integral to

the YMCA’s commitment of providing

every child with the opportunity to

learn, grow and thrive. Their support

enables children to enjoy opportunities

such as attending sleep-away camp,

ensures youth programs like Believe and

Achieve, Power Scholars and Youth and

Government have needed resources and

makes it possible for the Y to

invest in critical needs such as a

behavioral specialist.

Additionally, the Laskos can often be

found volunteering at YMCA holiday and

camp events—even delivering pizza to

the kids on what has become known as

Pizza Friday. They have taken the time to

get to know the children—it is not a rare

occurrence to find Bill leading the kids in a

camp cheer!

Naturally embodying the YMCA’s mission,

we—as well as our community—are

fortunate for Bill and Janet’s commitment

to helping every child thrive.

2020 YMCA DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD

The Distinguished Service Award recognizes the effort and achievement of the YMCA’s most special friends and emphasizes the

need for community service by all our citizens. Recipients of this award have set a standard of leadership that others follow.

Daryl Thomas

2020 YMCA COMMUNITY PARTNER AWARD

The Community Partner Award recognizes an organization or group that has demonstrated a commitment to the YMCA’s mission

and values and has partnered with or supported the Y in outreach initiatives that strengthen the foundations of our community.

Advantage Building & Facility Services, LLC

For more than two decades,

Daryl Thomas, Advisor to the

CEO and Senior Vice President

of Strategic Opportunities at

Herr’s Foods, has generously

shared his time, talent and

treasure with the YMCA of

Greater Brandywine (YGBW).

As a member of YGBW’s Board of

Directors, his insight and experience

have been critical to ensuring our

longevity and sustainability, especially

during the pandemic. In addition to

sharing his professional expertise,

Daryl also invests his heart. “I love

the Y mission, the WHOLE mission,

and want to support youth through

mentoring programs and by giving

them a safe, fun place to grow and

thrive,” he says.

Even when Daryl learned that

we were honoring him with our

Distinguished Service Award, he

responded selflessly, “I am honored to

represent the great spirit of service

and dedication typical of so many

YMCA staff and volunteers. I accept

this honor on behalf of all of us.” We

couldn’t be prouder to honor Daryl

with our Distinguished Service Award.

For many years, Advantage Building

& Facility Services, LLC, a successful

and forward-thinking real estate

firm, has embraced the YMCA’s

cause of strengthening all in Chester

County in both words and deeds.

The company has generously

supported YMCA programs such

as LIVESTRONG, which helps those

living with, through and beyond

cancer grow strong.

With a unique understanding of

commercial property management and

maintenance, Trish Faidiga, owner of

Advantage Building & Facility Services, LLC,

is an indispensable advisor who serves on

the YMCA of Greater Brandywine’s Board

of Directors. Trish and members of her

team also often assist in the planning of

many of our fundraising events.

In 2020, as the pandemic caused

temporary closures and financial

uncertainty for the Y, Advantage stepped

up once again, providing unrestricted

operating support to YGBW. “The support

and expertise that Trish and her company

have generously shared is invaluable to the

YMCA and truly enables us to be here for

good,” says Denise Day, YGBW President

and CEO.

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THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS

STEEL

$500 to $999

The Abbott Family

David Acker

Lori Adair

Mr. Mark G. Adamiak

Dr. Brenda Allen

Chaka and Yolanda Allen

Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson

Jeanne Anderson

Anonymous (3)

Dina Appleby

Ryan Bair

Tom and Amy Baker

Gordon Bassett

Ms Catherine A. Beachell

Margaret Bell-Cole

Simon Blake

Stanley Blazejewski

Trean Bock

Jonathan Bonds

Amy Bossong

The Brader Family

Dolores Brandon

Dean Brewington

Joan Bristol

Jason Britton

Mary Brooks

Kristen and Tom Brooks

Jeffrey and Eileen Brown

Mr. and Mrs. James Bruce

Dave Buckler

Cassidy Burridge

Tim and Kerin Caban

Jackie Canan

James Capista

Christine Carr

Kim Cavallero

James Chen

Renee Cieslukowski

Thomas and Marie Collinson

The Cosgrove Family

Dominick Daniele

Dave’s Automotive Repair

Enterprises, LLC

Abby Dellinger

Hillary and Michael DeLone

Charlie Delp

David Dickey

James Dickey

Helen Dobrowski

Kerry and Brian Dolan

Kirstan Dolinger

Barbara Doubman

THANK

YOU!

Earl Dowling

Ronald Drach

Eric Dzwonczyk

Margaret Egli

Kelly Englisch

Bruce Fadem

Erin Fender

Ray Fernandez

Janice Fetzer

Claire Finfrock

Julia Fisher

Kate Flynn

Robert, Amy, Isabel

and Myles Foley

Barbara Francis

Franklin Mint Federal

Credit Union

Richard Franzen

Albert and Regina Fuller

Tom Gallagher

Laxma Garlapati

Robert Gastinger

Thomas Gavin

Gareth Glaser

Lynn Graci

Gregory Graham

The Granger Firm

Greater Washington

Community Foundation

Stacey Harbeson

Kathryn Hart

Tom and Margaret Haviland

David Herr

Sheila Himes

Sara Hinkle

Mary Holleran

Yvette Hope

Neil Hornbeck

Phillip Hostetter

Sharon Hubiak

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Hughes

William Hunt

Barbara Hyde

Mark and Cathy Inserra

Valerie Irving

Jester Family Chiropractic, PC

Kristina Jones

Ronald A. Jones

Craig Jordan

JPMorgan Chase and Co.

The Kaminski Family

Mark King

Erin Kohler

Mike Kowalski

Robert Kriner

Christian Kriza

Mr. William Laczko

Ashley Lahm

Vanessa Leaman

John Learson

Carline Leblanc

Judy Lieberman

Laura Loeper

Lucinda London

Geoffrey Long

Mr. Michael H. Lutz

Ashley Lynam

Elaine Manno

Colleen and Howard Marano

Shannon Marcoon

Josie Marsh

Randy and Laing McCullough

Kristin McGurrin

Marylou McKee

Vanessa Melvin

V. James Mercante

Dan Miller

Stuart Miller

Virginia Moll

Laurie Monastra

Diane Moran

Jim Morris

Paul Mulholland

Thomas Murphy

John and Kate Murphy

Bill and Karen Musselman

Amy Nelson

Alissa Norman

Marissa Ouaddafi

Denise Palahunik

Palmer Insurance Advisors LLC

Robin Papera

Phil and Michelle Patrone

Peter Patukas

Gardiner Pearson

Cathleen Peipher

David and Trish Penske

Courtney Plasky

Christian Poncet

Jim Porter

Thomas Quinn

Shiree Radie

Lisa Ramirez

Joy B. Renfrew

Patricia Ridout

Rigg Family Foundation

The Rigterink Foundation

Ms. Barbara B. Rivers

Kristin Rodgers

Neil Rosen

Dorothy Ross

Rotary Club of Thorndale

Rotary International

District 7450, Inc.

Kathy Russell

Greg Salter

Beth and Greg Sayler

Melissa Scheidt

Marian Schneider

The Schneider Family

Charitable Fund

Paula Schumacher

Lauren Scudieri

David Sharman

Natalie Sheridan

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shillingford

Aliza Simeone

Carol Sitler

Snavely’s Mill, Inc.

Jeff Snyder

Spring Point Partners LLC

Stonewall Golf Club

Joseph Sulpizio

Sally Swanson

Chaucer Tang

Bridget Telenko

Melissa Thomas

Kevin Thompson

Benjamin Tiede

Tara Todd

Jaime Torchiana

Kimberly Tupper

UMLY Swim Team

Parents Committee

Erik Unger

John Van Grinsven

Vista

Sheila Volinsky

Marilyn Walker

Craig Waltman

Robert Ward

Bradley Warfel

Brian Waterhouse

Helga Weires

David Werkiser

West Chester

Downtown Foundation

William Willard

Kathryn Williamson

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Woods

Emily Woodson

Walter Yetter

Stephanie Ying

Charles Young

Carlos Yuste

The Zambrano Family

Patricia Zytkowicz

When we were closed due to the government-ordered shutdown, more

than 20,000 YGBW members donated their membership fees back to the

Y, resulting in over $3.3 million that directly supported the Y’s mission of

strengthening our community.

TRIANGLE SOCIETY

The Triangle Society recognizes individuals and foundations who have committed to support the Annual Campaign at a level of $5,000

or more over three years. Those listed below are Association-wide YMCA of Greater Brandywine Triangle Society members.

Founders ($25,000 - $49,999)

Denise Day and Lori Greiner

Mr. and Mrs. Rich Luzzi

Leo and Maryanne Parsons

Robert and JoAnna Shope

Benefactors ($15,000 - $24,999)

Laura J. Armstrong

The Close Family

Delphi Wealth Management Group

The Edgar-Mahon Family

Patricia Faidiga

Charles and Sandra Knapp

Caren S. Lambert

Edward McAssey

Mr. Jim Porter and Ms. Deb Grubbe

Bob and Karen Rigg

Meredith and Samuel Sadoulet

The Welch Family

LEGACY CIRCLE Members** | Leading us to the future

Joining the Legacy Circle endowment fund ensures a personal legacy to support the Y’s mission in perpetuity.

For details, contact Patti Campbell at 610-643-9622, ext. 2153.

Anonymous (4)

Laura J. Armstrong

Joseph W. Bellwoar

Pat and Arthur Bernardon

Bob* and Barbara Borst

Mr. Nicholas F. Bruno*

Lee Bunting

Mary L. Burns

Richard T. Byrnes, Sr.*

Mandy Cabot and Peter Kjellerup

Patricia Campbell

Anne Patrice Castellan*

Mr. and Mrs. Ross T. Causey, III

Norma* and John Ciccarone

Ann and Alan Clark*

Neil and Elizabeth Cullen

Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Dannenberg

Ms. Denise L. Day

Leonard Deininger*

Don Draper

Theresa Edgar

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Eldredge

Mr. and Mrs. Henson

M. “Duke” Evans, Jr.

John and Wiggie Featherman

Mr. and Mrs. W. Chad Fenstermacher

Mr. and Mrs. William C.

Fenstermacher, Jr.

Patrons ($10,000 - $14,999)

The Bellwoar Family

Steve and Theresa Holman

Jim and Betty Horn

Daryl E. Thomas

Donna and Tom Urian

Members ($5,000 - $9,999)

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Algeo

Chaka and Yolanda Allen

Annonymous (2)

Patti Brennan

Kristen and Tom Brooks

Howard J. Buck

Thomas Burd

Patricia A. Campbell

Chris Craft

Leslie Cushing

Anthony D’Antonio

Don and Alex Draper

Robert Feenan

Tom and Joanne Fillippo

Helen M. and Richard Flanders

Mrs. Thomas Francis

Joseph and Suzanne Freney

Jody Giardina

Chad M. Gobel

Mr. Gregory T. Graham, Sr.

William and Harrison Grant

Linda and Gary R. Green

Mr. Arthur Hall*

Kimberly Hall

Margaret and Robert Hall

Alexandra Hawkins*

Mrs. Agatha Hellenthal*

Dr.* and Mrs. William C. Hewson

Mr. and Mrs.* J. Irvie Hoffman, Jr.

Priscilla and Kevin Holleran

Ms. Mary T. Holleran and

Mr. David Proctor

James T. Horn and Elizabeth T. Horn

Bill and Missy Hostetter

Dr. and Mrs. Brook P. Hunt

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jackson

James Jefferis

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Jess

Dr. and Mrs. Craig W. Jester

Virginia Johnson*

Bob (Robert) and Debbie Jones

Craig and Cynthia Fenimore

Helen M. and Richard Flanders

Patrick Gallo

Kenneth and Candra Goddu

Holly and Rich Graver

Bonnie and Lon Greenberg

LaKeisha Harris

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Holleran

Jeff and Carol Horton

Doug Jones & Sharon Humble

Ronald and Wendy Jones and Family

Aaron and Ericka Karpas

Ed and Lindsey Keys

Stephen and Wendy Kirschner

The Krall Family

Kent Larson

Jennifer and Kevin Lentz

Denise and Paul Lindsay

Will and Lynn Majarian

Mike Maxwell

Randy and Laing McCullough

Mr*. and Mrs. L. William Kay, II

Arnie and Nelda Kring

Mr.* and Mrs. Oscar Lasko

David H. and Kathleen Long, III

Madeleine Long, MD

Mr. Aaron J. Martin

Shirley and George Mason

Mr. and Mrs. Ivan S. Morris, Jr.

Mr.* and Mrs. W. Thomas Musser

Zack Nowosad

Michelle and Phillip Patrone

Mrs. Audrey Kain-Pedrick*

and Mr. Ronald Pedrick

Linda and David Petrecca

Bill and Gay Phillips

Brian Raicich

Bob and Karen Rigg

Estate of Anna L. Roberts*

Charles Robinson*

Jim and Carolyn Ryan

Mr. John Schmiechen

Leslie B. Schramm* and Cecilia Schramm*

Rosalind Schwebel*

Robert and JoAnna Shope

Ted Skiadas

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Skillman*

Mary Ellen and Frederick Smith

Mr.* and Mrs. Richard D. Smith, Sr.

Eric and Donna Miller

David and Stephanie Mills

John and Kate Murphy

Mary Ellen and Michael O’Donnell

Evans Pancoast

Nick Parise

The Paro Family

Christine and Michael Parsons

Kathy Pfaff and Vince Keidel

Donna and Chris Phillips

Brian and Lindsay Raicich

Dr. James and Mrs. Paula Sauer

Randall Schauer

Duke and Melissa Scott

Chrissy and Michael Shiring

Frederick Smith

Dan Strassner

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Woods

W. Robert and Priscilla Smithson*

Mrs. Elizabeth H. Spackman*

Kurt Strauss

Elizabeth and Joseph Strode*

Mr. and Mrs.* Thomas Swett

Dr. Charles E. Swope*

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Tankle

Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Tyler

Jean Stuart Van Deventer*

Joseph and Debra Viscuso

Stephanie Walsh Beilman*

Robert T. Walters, Jr.

Carol E. Ware

Mr. John H. Ware, IV*

Jenny Watson*

Marion E. and Herman L. Whiteman*

Cathy and James Witter

Marcia and Paul Woodruff

Robert M.* and Suzanne Yahres

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Young

* Deceased

**List as of December 31, 2020

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FINANCIAL OUTCOMES 2020

YMCA OF GREATER BRANDYWINE

Statement of Activities

in thousands

(years ending December 31) 2020 2019

Operating Income and Support

Contributions 2,091 2,870

Membership dues* 13,849 25,316

Childcare 4,974 7,893

Program revenue 4,361 9,742

Financial assistance, direct (1,471) (3,381)

Government grants 2,375 1,380

Rentals and sales to public 164 302

Investment income/other 656 459

Total operating revenues and support 26,999 44,582

Operating Expenses

Salaries and related expenses 16,752 27,214

Program and operating expenses 6,902 11,129

Interest expense 1,398 1,470

Depreciation and amortization expenses 4,596 4,462

Fundraising expenses 129 259

Total operating expenses 29,777 44,535

Change in net assets from operations (2,777) 47

Non-Operating Changes

Investment gains, net 306 1,623

Other 476 21

Total non-operating changes (171) 1,644

Total changes in net assets** (2,948) 1,691

Statement of Financial Position

in thousands

(years ending December 31) 2020 2019

Assets

Cash and cash equivalents 6,869 8,183

Receivables, net 1,034 1,259

Prepaids and deposits 439 673

Long-term investments 8,674 8,889

Land, buildings and bond proceeds, net 61,026 62,694

Total assets 78,034 81,698

Liabilities & Net Assets

Accounts payable and accrued expenses 3,408 2,133

Deferred revenues and custodial accounts 1,566 2,426

Notes payable 34,587 34,395

Total liabilities 39,561 38,954

Total Net Assets 38,482 42,744

Total liabilities and net assets 78,043 81,698

** 2020 Membership dues includes $3,259k of converted dues to charitable contributions

for purposes of reporting.

** Total change in net assets does not reflect SWAP valuation adjustment of ($1,089K)

and ($1,011K) in 2020 and 2019, respectively. 2020 figures are unaudited at the time

of publication.

Operating Revenue and Support

Operating Expenses

Assets

2020

2020

2020

Membership dues 13,849

Program

Revenues 4,361

Childcare 4,974

Contributions 2,091

Government grants 2,375

Investment income/

other 656

Rentals and sales

to public 164

Salaries and

related expenses 16,752

Program and

operating expenses 6,902

Depreciation

and amortization

expenses 4,569

Interest Expense 1,398

Fundraising expenses 129

Land, buildings and

bond proceeds, net 61,026

Long-term

investments 8,674

Cash and cash

equivalents 6,869

Receivables, net 1,034

Prepaids and deposits 439

BOARD OF ADVISORS & EXECUTIVE STAFF

YMCA OF GREATER BRANDYWINE

BRANDYWINE YMCA

Stephen Kirschner, Chair

Courtney Allen

Laura Armstrong

Gordon Bassett

Denny Bement

Daniel Chidester

Albert Fuller

Patrick Kinzeler

Kent Larson

Amber Little-Turner

Michael Maxwell

Eric Miller

Theresa Stringer

Anthony Verway

Dwayne Weldon

Pete Jones

Director of

Branch Operations

JENNERSVILLE YMCA

Charlie Delp, Chair

Rachel Broadway

Howard Buck

Robert Foley

Mary Franciscus

Troy Gunden

Allison Hostetter

Bob Kriner

John McCutcheon

Tiffany McPeak

Dave Meyers

Claire Mooney

Lawrence Redmond, Jr.

Lori Roger

Jerry Rybarczyk

Nicholas Slamon

Tom Smithson

Aaron Karpas

Executive Director

EXECUTIVE STAFF

Denise L. Day - President

and Chief Executive Officer

Jim Paro - Sr. Vice President

and Chief Information Officer

KENNETT AREA YMCA

Robert Feenan, Chair

Wendy Abernethy

Tracy Bell

Diane Bieberbach

Mercedes Diaz

Ravi Ganti

Wendy Jones

Christian Kriza

John Meadows

Clint Norris

John Serocca

Helga Weires

Richard Wertz

Nic Legere

Director of

Branch Operations

LIONVILLE

COMMUNITY YMCA

Carol Hanson, Chair

Linda Bravacos

Marianne Collins

Jack Edmonds

Dr. Donald V. Ferrari J.

John Kane

Archana Lavania

Deb Marx

Maryanne Parsons

Carolyn Porter

Jennifer Rodriguez

Randy Schauer

Matt Smith

Terri Edgar

Executive Director

UPPER MAIN

LINE YMCA

Denise Lindsay, Chair

Hugh Algeo

Chaka Allen

Kurt Angstadt

Melinda Battisti

Kristen Brooks

Thomas Burd

Ryan Day

Melanie Dahlen

Clare Freimuth

Michael He

Brook P. Hunt

Doug Jones

Vince Keidel

Randy McCullough

Evans Pancoast

Gay Phillips

Kevin Stach

Joseph Sulpizio

Craig Waltman

Brian Raicich

Executive Director

Patricia Campbell - Chief

Development Officer

Ed Keys - Chief Financial Officer

Patty Welch - Chief Human

Resources Officer

WEST CHESTER

AREA YMCA AND

OSCAR LASKO YMCA

AND CHILDCARE CENTER

David Mills, Chair

Laura Aloisio

Vince Anastasi

Samantha Bowman

Jason Britton

Drew Braun

Tommy Ciccarone

Gina Daddazio

Tim Dever

J. Craig Fenimore

P.J. Gallo

Tom Gavin

Orsha Goines

Rick Green

Tim Krall

Tim McDermott

Scott McKeon

Sean Mullin

Bill Musselman

Christine Parsons

Tracy Sammarone

Christine Scott

Jaime Torchiana Marlin

Gary Varney

Laura Schofield-Pierson

Executive Director

West Chester Area YMCA

Terri Edgar

Executive Director

Oscar Lasko YMCA

and Childcare Center

YMCA OF GREATER

BRANDYWINE

ASSOCIATION

James T. Horn, Chair

Brenda Allen

Joseph W. Bellwoar, Jr.

Patricia C. Brennan

Charlie Delp

Trish Faidiga

Rob Feenan

Kenneth M. Goddu

Carol Hanson

Scott Heinerichs

Tom Hogan

Steve Holman

Bill Hostetter

Stephen Kirschner

Sandra Knapp

Denise Lindsay

Richard Luzzi

David Mills

Donna Phillips

Robert Rigg

Charmaine Rochester

Meredith Sadoulet

Robert Shope

Bridget Therriault

Daryl Thomas

Donna Urian

Kim Cavallero - Vice President

of Marketing & Communications

Terri Edgar - Regional Vice

President of Operations

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YMCA OF GREATER

BRANDYWINE

One E. Chestnut Street

West Chester, PA 19380

YMCA MISSION To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

ASSOCIATION OFFICE

One E. Chestnut Street

West Chester, PA 19380

610-643-9622

BRANDYWINE YMCA

295 Hurley Road

Coatesville, PA 19320

610-380-9622

JENNERSVILLE YMCA

880 W. Baltimore Pike

West Grove, PA 19390

610-869-9622

KENNETT AREA YMCA

101 Race Street

Kennett Square, PA 19348

610-444-9622

LIONVILLE COMMUNITY YMCA

100 Devon Drive

Exton, PA 19341

610-363-9622

OCTORARA YMCA PROGRAM CENTER

104 Highland Road, Suite 1

Atglen, PA 19310

610-593-9622

OSCAR LASKO YMCA AND CHILDCARE CENTER

One E. Chestnut Street

West Chester, PA 19380

610-696-9622

UPPER MAIN LINE YMCA

1416 Berwyn-Paoli Road

Berwyn, PA 19312

610-647-9622

WEST CHESTER AREA YMCA

605 Airport Road

West Chester, PA 19380

610-431-9622

branches of the YMCA of Greater Brandywine

ymcagbw.org

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