Sarasota Family YMCA
One S School Ave
Ste 301
Sarasota FL 34237
Mission
We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities.
 
The Sarasota Family YMCA is helping build a strong Sarasota through:
  • youth development
  • healthy living
  • social responsibility

We give children and families a safe place to get healthy, prepare children for their future, build character and give families a place to belong.  We are building Sarasota's future. 

 With our year 2020 vision as our guide, the Sarasota Family YMCA is a leader in identifying and developing health and social impact programs that strengthen and inspire our community.
 
We believe positive life changing experiences promote acceptance and build self esteem for all.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Laura Gilbert
Board Chair Mr. Paul Bowman
Board Chair Affiliation retired
General Info
Organization DBA
DBA
Sarasota Family Young Mens Christian Association
Sarasota YMCA
Tax Exempt Status Public Supported Charity
Incorporation Year 1945
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Yes Dec 2017
State Registration Yes 0
Financial Summary
 
 
IRS Letter of Determination
Name
IRS Letter of DeterminationView
Other Documents
Sarasota Y 2014 Annual ReportView
Sarasota Y 2013 Annual ReportView
Sarasota Y 2011 Annual ReportView
Impact Statement
Our purpose:
1. Protect children from abuse, neglect and abandonment.
2. Provide educational and social intervention services to at-risk and low-income children and youth.
3. Provide opportunities for individuals and families to nurture spirit, mind and body through exercise and healthy living.
 
Y programs are changing lives and making a difference. In FY2015, our:
Safe Children Coalition (Foster Care) provided leadership and oversight to community agencies in DeSoto, Manatee and Sarasota Counties which protected nearly 2,266 abused, neglected or abandoned children. 
•Youth shelter provided a safe haven and temporary home for 215 runaway, homeless and troubled youth ages 10-18. 
Schoolhouse Link Program kept more than 1,003 homeless children in school, increasing their chances of future educational success. 
Family Management Services counseled 278 struggling children and families.
Child care provided a safe and fun environment for more than 3,341 children in after-school programs and summer camps where they enjoyed sports, recreation and new friendships.
Triad Alternative School educated and counseled 236 at-risk students.  
Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) provided literacy instruction to 488 parents and children from low-income families. Parents of 3-5 year olds were taught how to become their child’s first teacher and to prepare them for xuccess in school. 
Y-Achievers Program mentored and provided career preparation instruction for nearly 849 students throughout Sarasota with a focus on college advancement. 
Fitness branches provided 54,112 families and adults an opportunity to improve their overall wellness. 
Youth Sports encouraged sportsmanship, self-confidence and team building for 1,286 children.
Needs Statement
  1. $5,000 in funding for Operation Graduation Continuum programs to help us prepare our community's children to be successful in school and life; $10,000 supports services to homeless children, youth and their families in the Schoolhouse Link program; $3,300 provides in-home school readiness services to a parent and child; $5,000 would provide transportation and travel expenses for 45 at-risk youths to tour three college sites.

  2. Subsidies to provide housing for youth with no home; $1,435 will subsidize one week of housing assistance for one youth in the shelter; $625 will provide for a month’s rent for an unaccompanied youth age 18 or older.

  3. For children in our community who have been abused or neglected and are in foster care: $5,000 to purchase gifts for 50 children at Christmas; $3,000 to purchase 800 backpacks to fill with supplies for children.

  4. Provide financial support to improve the health and well-being of children, families and adults; $5,650 provides for five children to attend an eleven week summer camp; $528 provides socialization and health opportunities for one senior for one year; $810 provides afterschool childcare for a low income family; $630 provides the opportunity to 7 youth to learn how to swim; $120 teaches an adult how to swim during an 8-week session.

     

Background Statement
The Sarasota YMCA has been at the heart of Sarasota since 1945 and is widely recognized for having innovative programs and outstanding facilities. The Sarasota YMCA is a tax-exempt, non-profit association that operates on funding provided by government grants, private/public grants, memberships and program fees, donations and endowments. In our 2015 fiscal year (July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015), we touched over 64,000 lives through four fitness branches and more than 60 youth and family development programs within four counties.
 
The Sarasota YMCA has earned a reputation for its services for at-risk youth and their families.  Additionally, our emphasis on youth and their families is supported through our runaway, homeless and at-risk programs, our child welfare program and a variety of counseling and educational outreach services. Our four fitness facilities include three teen centers, an Alpine climbing tower, a Carolina climbing wall, the Selby Aquatics Center, a 50-meter competitive pool with a 20-meter dive well and the CJ Lofino Splash and Water parks.
 
Our Y is able to help people in every life stage find a place to belong. Many people are first exposed to the Y as children through swim lessons, youth sports and summer camp. In Sarasota, a child may also first find the Y through free family counseling or at an afterschool literacy program developed for low performing students. Teenagers may enter YMCA doors through our youth shelter or at any of the National Safe Places in Sarasota County for which the Y provides oversight.
 
Some families come together at the Y’s water park, while other families bond over a love of reading they never knew they had thanks to a parenting and education program the Y hosts in family living rooms. Some families are brought together through adoption, which the Y’s Safe Children Coalition oversees locally. Adults find physical fitness at the Y and friendship through social clubs. They may also discover their passion for volunteering as a youth sports coach or learn a new sport like volleyball at age 60. No matter what stage of life someone may be in, they will find a place to belong at the Sarasota YMCA.
Areas Served
Areas Served
Area
In a specific U.S. city, cities, state(s) and/or region.
FL- DeSoto
FL- Hardee
FL- Manatee
FL- Sarasota
Areas Served Comments We serve children and families of Sarasota, Arcadia and Wauchula, Fla., as well as manage foster care, adoption and child abuse prevention services for all of Sarasota, Manatee and DeSoto counties in Florida.
Service Categories
Primary Org Type Human Services
Secondary Org Type Recreation & Sports
Tertiary Org Type Public & Societal Benefit
Statement from the Board Chair/Board President

At the Sarasota YMCA, we believe that every child has potential, every person deserves a healthy life and every community is connected by a sense of social responsibility. Our experiences unite us as we learn, grow and thrive together.

Experiences at the Y have a positive impact on the thousands of people we reach each year. Our goal is to provide support to empower young people, resources for people of all ages to live healthier and opportunities to strengthen the foundation of our communities through connections and volunteerism. For example:

  • Youth caught in webs of hopelessness, fear or absent parents are provided a safe haven at our shelter.
  • Many of our county’s abused or neglected children will be connected to the Y’s vast network of loving foster parents. Ultimately, many of them will be adopted, while others may be reunited with their rehabilitated families.
  • Children lacking a permanent home, sometimes living with a homeless parent, might miss out on schooling if it were not for the Y, which provides support services to assist children in attending their schools.
  • Students enrolled in mentoring programs reach educational and personal development objectives they otherwise would not dream possible.
  • Our swim teams compete on local, state, national and international levels, enriching the lives of the swimmers.
  • Seniors live healthier and happier lives as they participate in the YMCA fitness experience.

These are but a small sampling of YMCA success stories. Our YMCA changes lives - one child, one person at a time. By empowering children, youth and adults of all ages, we are empowering individuals and building a better community. We believe positive life changing experiences promote acceptance and build self esteem for all.

For these reasons, I have chosen to volunteer and support the Sarasota Family YMCA.

Statement from the CEO/Executive Director
Many thanks to the Community Foundation of Sarasota, Gulf Coast Community Foundation, Manatee Community Foundation and the Patterson Foundation for working together to make the Giving Partner available for charitable organizations to connect with the community and with donors. 
 
Serving as CEO of the Sarasota Family YMCA is truly an honor and a great opportunity. Widely known for ground-breaking programs and services to those most in need, the Sarasota YMCA has been making a difference in the community and in the lives of many individuals since 1945. It is a privilege to be able to serve the Sarasota community on so many levels, from children in foster care to at-risk teens in our Y-Achievers program to seniors who look to the Y for both exercise and friendships. Sarasota is a very generous and caring community with a bright future.
 

At the Y, we live our mission by changing lives and making a difference every day. We are a diverse organization made up of people of all ages and from every walk of life working side by side to strengthen our community. We share the values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility—everything we do stems from it. Great years lie ahead of us and together we will continue to make a difference.

Programs
Description
In 1997 the Sarasota YMCA became the lead agency of a coalition of twelve community agencies in the privatization of Child Welfare/Foster Care and related services in Sarasota County. Today, the Y serves as the Lead Agency for Community Based Care in three counties on the West Coast of Florida - Sarasota, Manatee and DeSoto. Under the leadership of the Sarasota YMCA, the Safe Children Coalition (SCC) is a collaboration between the Y and many local community entities who together provide a continuum of child welfare services for children who have been abused, neglected or abandoned. Child protection services include foster parent recruitment, training and licensure, adoptions, foster care, protective supervision and voluntary family services. 
 
The SCC is a community coalition blending available resources to assist abused and neglected children and their families in reaching permanency in a safe and stable environment.
 
More than 2,265 children are served annually in the program. 
Budget $29,196,222
Category Human Services, General/Other Children's Protective Services
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Victims At-Risk Populations Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Short Term Success
  • The YMCA/Safe Children Coalition (SCC) continues to be ranked in the top five statewide for indicators related to well-being for youth in our care. This includes having more than average of 94% of children with current dental care, 99.7% and with updated medical care.
  • The YMCA/SCC continues to focus on academic progress and achievement for young people served. Approximately 78% of young adults have achieved a secondary educational goals and of the current young adults 18-22 being served in the Independent Living Program more than 55% are enrolled in post secondary institutions
  • Children under the YMCA/SCC’s care are seen monthly by their case manager to ensure their continued safety and well-being. The YMCA/SCC is a statewide leader by nearly always achieving the target of 100% of children seen monthly.
Long Term Success
  • Since June 2009, more than 400 children have found their “forever families” through adoption and over 1293 children have been successfully reunified with their families. 
  • Since August 2011, the Y’s Safe Children Coalition (SCC) family finders program has placed fifty children in the care of a family member and 198 children have been connected with family members from across the United States.
Program Success Monitoring
Outcome and performance data is collected in the State of Florida system called FSFN (Florida Safe Families Network). FSFN data elements include placement, legal status, legal custody, legal goal, case type, case assignment, case creation and closure, as well as other numerous data elements related to the child and family.  Case managers are responsible for entering case planning and services narratives into FSFN (within 48 hours of events) to ensure that all appropriate parties are updated on case progress, as well as related federal/state requirements.   
Program Success Examples
   At an annual foster parent appreciation luncheon, guests were surprised by a keynote speaker who hadn’t even finished elementary school yet. Eleven year old Sky shared her adoption story with the group:
   “When I was one year old, my parents did not want me anymore. They simply passed me on down to my biological aunt who could not take care of me either. So I went into foster care at age two and stayed with this loving couple who took care of me and made me a part of their family.
   This couple loved me with all of their heart and wanted to be my 'Forever Family.' At four years old, I was adopted. They are now my parents who have had me for several years now as their daughter, and have put up with me all this time. I love them so very much because they loved me, adopted me, and gave me a home.
   Since adopting me, my parents continue to be foster parents and have adopted my brother and are in the process of adopting a little sister to be a part of our 'Forever Family'."
Description
The Sarasota YMCA is a place where you can challenge yourself to learn a new skill or hobby, foster connections with friends through our lifelong learning programs or bring your loved ones together through our many family-centered activities.  At the Y, it's not about the activity you choose as much as it is about the benefits of living healthier on the inside as well as the outside. 
 
The Y's Adventure Club provides safe, supervised environments for children in before- and afterschool care, and includes programs to improve social behavior, promote early development and support educational achievement of children.  Currently, Adventure Club serves children in grades K-5 from seven Sarasota schools at six afterschool and two before-school sites as well as afterschool care for children from five Hardee County schools.  Full-day summer camp is offered for children in Kindergarten through eigth grade.
Budget $9,432,659
Category Community Development, General/Other Community Development, General/Other
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Families Children and Youth (0 - 19 years) Adults
Short Term Success
Healthy Living:
  • The Y offers a “Pedaling for Parkinson’s” program at the Berlin Branch and Evalyn Sadlier Jones Branch of the YMCA.  Parkinson’s patients, particularly those in stages 1 or 2 of the disease, report an improved quality of life while participating in this type of pedaling at the requisite speed and resistance. Benefits participants often experience are an increase in general feeling of well-being, improved gait, improved speech, decrease in tremors and an overall sense of improvement in health.

 After School Program:

  • 100% of after-school program participants receive a nutritious snack daily
  • 100% of after-school program participants have 30 to 45 minutes of physical activity each day
Long Term Success
Healthy Living:
  • More than 44,000 families and adults proactively take steps annually to improve their overall wellness by participating in programs and activities that help them maintain a balanced spirit, mind, and body
  • More than 2,000 children learn to swim annually at the Shark's Swim School
  • More than 4,000 seniors call the Y home on a weekly basis participating in enrichment programs such as mah jong, bridge, day trips, guest speakers, and group classes
  • More than 1,200 youth participate in sports such as gymnastics, soccer, football, tennis, and more 
After School Program:
  • 90% of after-school program participants demonstrate understanding of positive social behavior through increased knowledge of the Y Core Values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility
  • 90% of after-school program participants spend out of school time in a safe, supervised environment
  • 90% of after-school program participants increase their knowledge and skills in maintaining a healthy lifestyle
Program Success Monitoring
Program success is measured by using surveys to participants, members and staff for healthy living and chronic disease prevention programs.  In the afterschool and summer camp programs, parents report their satisfaction with the services and activities, daily attendance records are maintained for children participating in the program and school district records may be used to determine improvement in scores for specific educationally focused  afterschool programs.   
Program Success Examples

Nicholas is a third grader at a very large afterschool program, who was struggling to complete his homework and keep his grades up. His mom was desperate to get him help, but her busy days and late schedule made it very difficult for Nicholas to have homework time afterschool, and his grades were dropping. She turned to her son’s afterschool staff to ask for help. Nicholas received on one-on-one support to make sure his homework was complete and accurate. The staff also included incentives and rewards for completed homework and improved grades. Nicholas now is a much more confident student, and his grades are improving. His mom is very relieved and thankful that the YMCA afterschool staff took the time to make sure her son had the support he needed to succeed in school.

Description
Since 1991, the Y has continued to expand its community based programs by adding unique services to benefit families and children.  The YMCA Youth Shelter provides temporary housing and safe care 24 hours a day, seven days a week for children between the ages of 10 and 18 who have run away, are experiencing conflict or have been locked out of their homes.  The Y’s Family Management Services Program is free and includes classes for anger management, improving self-esteem and parenting/communication skills.  For children without permanent homes, the Y operates Schoolhouse Link, an education support program that works closely with homeless shelters, community agencies and the School Board of Sarasota County.  Teens who are facing expulsion from public schools are referred by the School Board of Sarasota County to the Y’s Triad Alternative School.  Triad was developed in cooperation with our county’s public school district and provides academic and behavioral skill building to youth.
Budget $2,677,926
Category Human Services, General/Other Children & Youth Services
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served At-Risk Populations Children and Youth (0 - 19 years) Families
Short Term Success

Runaway and Homeless Youth Shelter:
  • 90% or more youth reunite with their families or live in suitable living arrangements – “Safe Exits” 
  • 100% of youth in shelter have their counseling needs met 
  • 20 shelter beds are provided daily for youth in the community

Triad Alternative School:
  • 75% of youth leaving the program are successfully discharged

 Schoolhouse Link:

  • 100% of identified homeless youth requesting transportation assistance have transportation arranged in order for them to attend school
  • 100% of identified homeless youth receive free school supplies, backpacks, free breakfast and lunch, and free school uniforms/clothing as needed 

 

Family Management Services:
  •  90% of youth served through non-residential (counseling) services remain crime free while receiving services
Long Term Success

Runaway and Homeless Youth Shelter:
 
  • 90% of youth in residence will still be living with their families or in a suitable living situation 30 days after discharge from services

 

Triad Alternative School:
  •  75% of students will transition to district school, home school,  private school, or GED program, obtain a High School Diploma, enter residential treatment, transfer to a DJJ program, or relocate and register at an out-of-county school

 

Schoolhouse Link:

  • 100% of unaccompanied youth identified as homeless receive case management services to assist them in connecting with the community resources they need to remain in school

 

Family Management Services:
  • 87% of youth that are served through non-residential (counseling) services remain crime free for six months after completing services
Program Success Monitoring
Program success is tracked using data collected through a number of sources.  Sources include school records (grades, absences, test scores, suspensions, etc.), testing knowledge gained through pre- and post-tests of specific training, sign-in sheets at trainings and events, self reporting of satisfaction, completion of a specific curriculum, counselor notes, interviews with clients, discussions with teachers and other tracking methodologies depending on the specific outcome or output.
Program Success Examples

 

Oscar, a 15 year old male, came to the Shelter after an escalation in family conflict. Due to his threats of violence against his family, a younger sibling was afraid of him. In addition to dealing with family turmoil, Oscar was not doing well at school. While at the Shelter, we assisted him in attending school daily, provided tutoring to help him get back on track in school and helped him learn life skills such as responsibility, respect, work ethic, planning, goal setting and conflict resolution. After residing at the Shelter and receiving individual and family counseling, Oscar was able to return home.

Through their participation in family counseling, Oscar and his father were able to resolve some of their misunderstandings and began the process of repairing their relationship. Oscar developed a stronger connection to his father, and both learned the value of trust and positive communication. These lessons not only help father and son during family time, but also have paved the way for them to work together, which may not have been possible prior to Oscar’s involvement with the Shelter. Since leaving the Shelter, Oscar has secured two jobs. One job is at a grocery store and the other is with his father, with whom he had a history of intense conflict.

 

Description
The Sarasota YMCA believes that positive change only comes about when we invest in our children, our health and our neighbors. In order to meet the needs of our community, the Y developed the Operation Graduation Continuum of Care (the Continuum).

The Continuum programs emphasize providing direct support to at-risk, minority, low-income, low-achieving, and other disadvantaged youth, as well as youth who are not on track to graduate and those at greater risk of becoming involved with gangs, substance use, criminal activity and/or any other delinquent behaviors. These youth are identified and referred to programs by school administrators, teachers, parents or self. Age appropriate programs are Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY), Operation Graduation (OG), and Youth Mentoring, which includes YMCA Mentor (Y-Mentor) and YMCA Achievers (Achievers).
Budget $904,712
Category Education, General/Other Tutorial Programs
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent Children and Youth (0 - 19 years) Minorities
Short Term Success

HIPPY:

  • 220 parents/children (ages 3-5) participate in 30 home visits to prepare children to be be successful in school
Operation Graduation:
  • 85 students receive literacy tutoring and homework assistance daily 
Achievers/Youth Mentoring:
  • 600 at-risk youth receive educational, social, spiritual, health and career support
  • 175 at-risk youth are matched with an adult mentor for one-to-one mentoring
Long Term Success
HIPPY:
  • 90% of children entering Kindergarten will pass the school readiness assessment
  • Parents will complete 85% of the assigned weekly activities with their child.

 Operation Graduation:

  • 80% of students (Kindergarten - 1st Grade) demonstrate increased reading skills

 Y-Achievers/Youth Mentoring:

  • 90% of Achievers middle and high school participants will progress to the next grade level.
  • 70 youth attain or maintain a grade point average of at least 2.5
  • 90% of seniors achieve high school or equivalency diplomas
Program Success Monitoring
Program success is tracked using data collected through a number of sources.  Sources include school records (grades, absences, test scores, suspensions, etc.), testing knowledge gained through pre- and post-tests of specific training, sign-in sheets at trainings and events, self reporting of satisfaction, completion of a specific curriculum, discussions with teachers and other tracking methodologies depending on the specific outcome or output.
Program Success Examples
Manuela participated in HIPPY with her daughter and son, ages seven and six. Although she spoke very little English, with the help of HIPPY, Manuela learned how to be engaged in her children’s education. Manuela was struggling to teach herself English and purchased an English dictionary to help her with words she encountered when assisting her children with homework.
 
Our HIPPY program offered ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) classes for our Spanish speaking families. Manuela attended the class twice each week and says that the teacher really helped her learn to communicate in English. Manuela says she is now much better prepared to teach her children. She helps them with homework daily and has become actively involved at their school.
 
Manuela says that HIPPY has helped her to be healthier, be her children’s first teacher and be involved in the school and community, and more importantly, has helped her make sure her children are ready to succeed in school.
CEO/Executive Director
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Laura Gilbert
CEO Term Start Aug 2016
CEO/Executive Director Email lgilbert@thesarasotay.org
Former CEOs/Executive Directors
NameTerm
Mr. Paul Smith Sept 2009 - Sept 2011
Mr. Kurt Stringfellow Nov 2012 - Sept 2016
Senior Staff
NameTitle
Mr. Steven Bourne Senior VP/CFO
Ms. Bonnie Gauspohl Senior Vice President of Human Resources
Mr. Aaron Herschberger Executive Director - Evalyn Sadlier Jones Branch
Ms. Jennifer Powers Director of Contract Administration
Mr. Keith Quick VP Branch Operations - Berlin Branch and Babe Weiler Branch
Ms. Sonia Santiago VP Youth and Family Services
Ms. Brena Slater Vice President of Community Based Care Operations
Ms. Tracy Spalsbury Vice President of Development and Marketing
Staff & Volunteer Statistics
Full Time Staff 175
Part Time Staff 516
Staff Retention Rate % 99
Professional Development Yes
Contractors 0
Volunteers 553
Management Reports to Board Yes
CEO/Executive Director Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Collaborations
Alcoholics & Narcotics Anonymous
ALSO Out Youth
American Red Cross
Bayside Center for Behavioral Health
Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Booker High School
Emma E. Booker Elementary School
Centerstone 
Child Protection Center
Coastal Behavioral Healthcare
University of South Florida
Community Health & Wellness Coalition
Everyday Blessings
Family Preservation Services, Inc.
Family Resources
Family Safety Alliance
First Step of Sarasota
Florida Center for Child and Family Development
Forty Carrots
Girls, Inc.
Goodwill Industries
Sarasota Sheriff's Dept.; Sarasota Health Dept; DeSoto Sheriff's Office;
Dept of Health & Human Services
Sarasota PD; North Port PD; City of Venice PD
DCF; DOH; DOE; DJJ
Jewish Family & Children's Services
Lutheran Services
Manasota Assoc for Retarded Citizens
Military/Armed Forces
National Runaway Switchboard
National Safe Place
Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians & Gays (PFLAG)
Planned Parenthood
Resurrection House
Safe Place Rape Crisis Center (SPARCC)
Sarasota Coalition on Substance Abuse
School Board of Sarasota & DeSoto Counties
State of Fla Guardian Ad Litem Program
The Salvation Army, a Georgia Corporation
United Way of Suncoast; United Way of Central Florida
USF
Youth and Family Alternatives, Inc.
External Assessments and Accreditations
Assessment/AccreditationYear
Council on Accreditation (COA) [for Children and Family Services] - Accreditation2017
Awards & Recognition
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
Five Star AwardThe Starfish Aquatics Institute (SAI)2012
Reader’s Choice AwardSarasota Patch2012
Reader’s Choice Awards in Education for our after school and summer camp programsFamily Living Magazine2012
Club of the Year (Sarasota YMCA Sharks Masters)U.S. Masters Swimming2012
Community Based Care (CBC) of the YearFlorida State Foster/Adoptive Parent Association2009
Community Champion Award (to YMCA's Safe Children Coalition)Florida Department of Children and Families2010
Reader's Choice Award - Best Fitness FacilitySarasota Herald Tribune2010
Reader's Choice Award for Best Place to Work OutFamily Living Magazine2013
Reader's Choice 2012-2013 - Best Health Club awardSarasota Herald Tribune2013
Best Place to Work OutSarasota Magazine2014
Sarasota Readers' Choice Award - Best Local Health ClubSarasota Herald Tribune2014
Freedom Award for Business and IndustryNAACP2014
Gold Daisy Awards - 1) Best Adult Fitness and 2) Best Swim LessonsMacaroni Kid2015
Best Place to Work OutSarasota Magazine2015
Best Health ClubSarasota Herald Tribune2016
Risk Management Provisions
Government Licenses
Organization Licensed by the Government Yes
Plans
Fundraising Plan Yes
Communication Plan Yes
Strategic Plan Yes
Strategic Plan Years 3
Strategic Plan Adopted Sept 2014
Management Succession Plan No
Continuity of Operations Plan Yes
Policies
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistle Blower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy No
Policies and Procedures Yes
Comments
Management Comments by Organization


Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. Paul Bowman
Company Affiliation retired
Board Term Jan 2017 to June 2018
Board Chair Email
Board Members
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Mr. Lynn Bonnett Sarasota Roofing
Mr. Paul Bowman retired
Mr. Clay Cobb L. Cobb Construction
Ms. Ronda Gallehue N/A
Ms. Kim Githler N/A
Mr. Trevor Harvey State College of Florida
Mr. John Hogan Wells Fargo Bank
Mr. Fredric Jacobs Esq.Attorney
Mr. Ed Landis Retired Corporate Executive
Mr. Bill McClure Retired
Ms. LaRue Merrill Retired Educator
Mr. Louis Robison Manatee County School District
Mr. John Ross Retired Financial Planner
Mr. James Sartori Retired Corporate Executive
Mr. Vic Scully Retired Corporate Executive
Ms. Candy Swick Realtor
Board Ethnicity
African American/Black 2
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 14
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 0
Board Gender
Male 12
Female 4
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 99
Board Orientation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 11
Board Meeting Attendance % 73
Board Self-Evaluation Yes
Written Board Selection Criteria No
Board Conflict of Interest Policy Yes
% of Board Making Monetary Contributions 100
% of Board Making In-Kind Contributions
Standing Committees
Audit, Compliance and Controls
Board Governance
Executive
Finance
Program / Program Planning
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
Fiscal Year Projections
Fiscal Year Start Month July
Fiscal Year Start Day 01
Fiscal Year Begins 2016
Fiscal Year End Month June
Fiscal Year End Day 30
Fiscal Year Ends 2017
Projected Revenue $44,800,000.00
Projected Expenses $44,300,000.00
Organization has Endowment Yes
Endowment Value $3,600,000.00
Endowment Spending Policy Percentage
Endowment Spending Policy % 4
Capital Campaign
Currently In a Capital Campaign No
Anticipate Campaign within 5 years? Yes
Campaign Purpose
Campaign Goal
Campaign Dates 0 to 0
Amount Raised To Date 0 as of 0
Historical Financial Review
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201620152014
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
$0$0$0
Government Contributions$33,561,965$30,170,216$28,335,756
Federal$29,629,585$26,102,969$13,993,582
State$2,237,915$2,736,336$6,828,915
Local$1,560,928$1,325,755$1,313,021
Unspecified$133,537$5,156$6,200,238
Individual Contributions$1,292,095$1,201,434$770,071
$169,302$148,057$148,949
$3,376,251$3,240,370$3,500,356
Investment Income, Net of Losses$10,796$40,783$478
Membership Dues$5,932,537$5,954,368$5,920,979
Special Events$255,852$248,958$246,533
Revenue In-Kind$162,212$204,639$274,511
Other$44,113$275,835$20,597
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201620152014
Program Expense$43,346,777$39,861,319$37,844,007
Administration Expense$1,841,205$1,675,142$1,804,016
Fundraising Expense$10,300$49,984$46,089
Payments to Affiliates$0$0$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses0.990.990.98
Program Expense/Total Expenses96%96%95%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue0%0%0%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201620152014
Total Assets$23,747,027$23,871,583$24,824,359
Current Assets$4,472,988$4,012,709$5,118,669
Long-Term Liabilities$3,995,939$2,765,262$0
Current Liabilities$3,437,799$4,294,551$7,011,040
Total Net Assets$16,313,289$16,811,770$17,813,319
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201620152014
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountGovernment Grants - Federal $29,629,585Government Grants - Federal $26,102,969Government Grants - Federal $13,993,582
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountMembership Dues $5,932,537Membership Dues $5,954,368Government Grants - State $6,828,915
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountProgram Service Fees $3,249,929Government Grants - State $2,736,336Government Grants - Unspecified $6,200,238
CEO/Executive Director Compensation
Tax Credits No
Solvency
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201620152014
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities1.300.930.73
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201620152014
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets17%12%0%
Financials Comments
Financial Comments by Foundation Foundations and corporations were separated from individual contributions based on information provided by the nonprofit.  Financial figures were taken from the Federal 990s.  The Federal tax returns and audited financial statements reconcile.
Nonprofit Sarasota Family YMCA
Address One S School Ave
Ste 301
Sarasota, FL
Phone 941 951-2916

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