Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA
41 Old Oyster Point Road, Suite C
Newport News VA 23602
Mission Statement The Mission of the Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA:  To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Danny Carroll
Board Chair Mr. Leigh Houghland
Board Chair Company Affiliation Chesapeake Ban
Contact Information
Address 41 Old Oyster Point Road, Suite C
Newport News, VA 23602
Telephone 757 223-7925
Fax 757 223-7926
E-mail info@peninsulaymca.org
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 1896
Financial Summary
Revenue vs Expense Bar Graph - All Years
Expense Breakdown Bar Chart - All Years
 
 
Projected Revenue $21,140,032.00
Projected Expenses $21,092,483.00
Statements
Mission The Mission of the Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA:  To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
Impact
2016 Accomplishments:
 
  1. The Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA provided financial assistance totaling $2.9 million to 102,702 children, adults, seniors and families in 2016.  This assistance supported programs and services throughout the Peninsula's service area Isle of Wight County up to Westmoreland County.
  2. The YMCA strengthened our programs in a challenging economic environment offering more signature programs for teens, older adults, and families than in prior years.  We taught over 8,000 kids to swim, offered exercise classes for people with disabilities, and led over 400,000 participants in adult Health, Well-being and Fitness classes.
  3. Over 1,100 children participated in our Bright Beginnings program.  Through donations and volunteer support, each child received a backpack full of school supplies, clothing and a great time with caring adult mentors.  This program plants seeds of confidence to help the children begin their school year on a positive note ready to learn.
 
Goals 2017:
  1. Supporting Families and Youth - By developing creative programs, services and partnerships in a family-friendly environment, the Y will provide families with more opportunities to spend quality time together.
  2. Improving Health and Well-being - The Y will improve the health and well-being of all through continuous supportive relationships and environments including developing programs to reduce childhood obesity and actively engaging the increasing baby-boomer population.
  3. Serving Others - We will inspire people to volunteer by providing meaningful opportunities to serve others.
  4. The Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA will continue to ensure that membership, programs and services are open to all regardless of their ability to pay full fees. 
Needs
In 2017, the Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA has a fundraising Goal of $1,800,000 to support programs and financial assistance.
 
YMCA Bright Beginnings has a goal to provide a back-to-school shopping trip for 1,000 disadvantaged children. A $150 donation makes this possible for one child.
 
Hundreds of city children learn how to swim through a free program called Second Grade Learn to Swim. Endowment contributions make this program possible.
Background
The Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA has provided programs and services to the community since 1896.  The YMCA's Mission:  To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all, is fullfilled by meeting the needs of the community.
 
There are eleven full facility branches, four program branches and one resident camp.  The service area reaches from Isle of Wight County up to Westmoreland County.  Over 7,900 families received financial assistance for membership and programs. 
 
The Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA is committed to nurturing the potential of kids, promoting healthy living and fostering a sense of social responsibility.  Everyday, we work side by side with our neighbors in our community to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive.
Board Chair Statement
Our building are filled with thousands of adults, families, and children, each with their unique story.  These stories are true testaments to the important role our YMCA plays in the daily life of so many.  We hear stories about building friendships, chasing dreams, inspiring hope, achieving goals, and building values.  Th common thread in all of them is our Y.
 The Y's impact is not limited to our buildings.  We reach beyond our walls and meet our community members where they live.  Our Y's presence can be found in schools, churches, community centers, parks. libraries, an in partnership with local hospitals.  We believe in community affiliation and work tirelessly to collaborate with other non-profits.
 
We strengthen our communities with initiatives designed to serve the ever-changing needs of individuals and families.  Our summer learning-loss prevention program gives hundreds of children the tools they need to stay on track academically through the summer months.
 
LIVESTRONG   at the YMCA offers a caring, supportive exercise program filled with hope and love for cancer survivors.  Participants take the friendships and encouragement they experience in the 12-week program and share the power of the program with others.  They gain the strength to  reclaim their health and improve their daily lives.
 
Our Y has generated a cycle of generosity and appreciation that affects both those who give and those who receive.  Our impact extends far beyond our walls and as a result becomes part of who we are.  Each board member, staff member, volunteer, donor, and partner is an extension of our mission in all that we do every day.  
 
Leigh Houghland
Board President
 
 
 
 
 
Areas of Service
Areas Served
Area
Other

Isle of Wight County

Town of Smithfield
City of Newport News
City of Hampton 
York County
City of Poquoson
James City County
Town of Williamsburg
Town of West Point
New Kent County
King William County
King & Queen County
Gloucester County
Mathews County
Middlesex County
Essex County
Gloucester County 
Lancaster County
Town of Kilmarnock
Richmond County
Town of Warsaw
Northumberland County
Westmoreland County
 
 
Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. Leigh Houghland
Company Affiliation Chesapeake Ban
Term Jan 2016 to Dec 2018
Email lhoughland@chesapeakebank.org
Board of Directors
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Mr. Robert Brown Sr.Robert Brown Associates
Mr. Donald Buckless SunTrust Bank
Mr. Donald Buckless Old Point National Bank
Mr Peter Diakun Newport News Shipbuilding
Mrs Debra Flores Sentara Hospital
Mr Stephen Friedrich Sentara Careplex
Mr Fred Hagerman Langley Federal Credit Union
Mrs. Robyn Hansen Attorney at Law Jones, Blechman, Woltz & Kelly
Mr Raymond Hayes Hampton City Schools
Mr. Bruce Hoogstraten Presendent Geo-San, Inc.
Mr. Leigh Houghland Union Bank
Mrs Joy Jefferson Old Dominion University
Mrs. Angela McPherson Hampton Coliseum
Mrs Matt Needy Huntington Ingalls
Mr. Ron Perry Retired
Mrs. Renee Rountree Riverside Hospital
Mrs Paul Sciacchitano Wells Fargo Advisors
Mr. Robert Shuford Jr.Old Point National Bank
Mr. Thomas Tingle Guernsey Tingle Architects
Mr. LaMonte Williams Christopher Newport University
Mrs. Nhu Yeargin YLS Inc.
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 3
Asian American/Pacific Islander 1
Caucasian 17
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 15
Female 6
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 2
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 6
Standing Committees
Board Governance
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
Community Outreach / Community Relations
Other Boards
The tables below contain information about other groups that advise this nonprofit on operations and projects.
Executive Director
Executive Director Mr. Danny Carroll
Experience

KEY ACCOMPLISHMENTS                                             

  • Increased operating Revenues from $827,035 in 1989 to $18.4 Million in 2008 
  • Successful capital campaigns 2000-2005  resulting  in $26,000,000 in capital improvements.
  • Administered application for (2)10 million dollar bank qualified bonds - closed July 2001-July 2005.
  • Received 4+ million dollar community partnership and collaboration for development in Northern Neck
  • Developed multiple municipal collaborations for YMCA capital development resulting in over 6 million dollars in public contributions.
  • Received largest private contribution in history of Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA 2001 (1 million dollars)
  • Developed Heritage club with 28 members in 2001 Endowment fund has grown from 77,000 in 1990 to 1.4 Million in 2007
  • Implemented Metro wide membership on the Peninsula and collaborated with South Hampton Roads YMCA and Greater Richmond YMCA  for reciprocity resulting in one unified membership in our region.
  • Increased Annual Sustaining Campaign from $3,000 in 1989 to $1,000,000 in 2008
  • Implemented Community Development program - association has grown from 2 branches in 1990 to 14 branches and program centers in 2008
  • Developed program Leadership Teams for association consistency in program marketing and delivery
  • Developed wide area network for association membership and program tracking, e-mail and internet access
Senior Staff
NameTitle
Davetta Rinehart HRO
Stacia Roeth COO
Sandy Young CFO
Staff
Full Time Staff 114
Part Time Staff 1150
Volunteers 50347
Contractors 24
Retention Rate 89
Plans
Organization has a Fundraising Plan? Yes
Organization has a Strategic Plan? Yes
Years Strategic Plan Considers 3
Date Strategic Plan Adopted Jan 2010
Management Succession Plan? Under Development
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Collaborations

Government & Municipalities

Towns of Smithfield, Williamsburg and West Point; Cities of Newport News, Hampton, and Poquoson; James City, York, Isle of Wight , New Kent, King William, King & Queen, Gloucester, Mathews, Lancaster, Richmond, Northumberland and Westmoreland Counties; James City County, York County, Poquoson, Isle of Wight County, Surry County and Westmoreland County Parks & Recreation; York County, Poquoson,  Isle of Wight County, Hampton, Newport News, Westmoreland County and Richmond County Department of Social Services; Colonial Williamsburg, Peninsula Health Department, 21stCentury Learning Centers, Smithfield Police Department, Smithfield Fire & Rescue Dept., Isle of Wight County Sheriffs Dept., Alexandria Police Department, Hampton Police Department, Hampton Fire Department, Langley Air Force Base, Isle of Wight Tourism

Schools/Education

James City County, Williamsburg, York County, Poquoson, Hampton City, Isle of Wight County, Lancaster County, Westmoreland County, Colonial Beach, Richmond County, Newport News City, Northumberland County, Middlesex County, West Point, King and Queen County and Mathews County Public Schools; Williamsburg Christian Academy, MCI Institute, Bridgeport Academy, Main Street Learning Center, Children’s Center, Isle of Wight Academy, TiggerCare ChildCare, Lil’ Folks, Woodland Academy, Bay School for the Cultural Arts, Christopher Newport University, Thomas Nelson Community College, Virginia Cooperative Extension,Downtown Hampton Child Development Center, Tidewater Association of Early Childhood Education, Preschool Partners, Bridgeport Academy, Trinity Lutheran School, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School

Civic Organizations

BNI – Business Network International, Young Emerging Professionals in Williamsburg, School Health Initiative, Rotary Clubs; Kiwanis Clubs and various Chamber of Commerce




 

Programs
Description
While at Camp Kekoka campers enjoy living in rustic cabins with 9 other campers grouped by age. During the daylight hours campers enjoy a well-rounded camp experience which includes traditional activities like swimming, arts and crafts, and archery as well as some unique activities like crabbing, fishing, tubing, kayaking, windsurfing and sailing.
 
Children today face a barrage of information which can be difficult to understand and deal with. YMCA Camp Kekoka helps to prepare young people for their future by engaging them in developing life skills. They learn to become leaders for the causes they believe in, to live sustainably, to care for our shared environment, and to live cooperatively in a culturally diverse community.
Population Served Children Only (5 - 14 years)
Budget $181,450.00
Short Term Success

Take It From A Parent

Our daughter Elizabeth has always had an adventurous spirit so after attending an informational meeting about YMCA Camp Kekoka, we decided this was the camp for her and allowed her to go. We are so glad we sent her; she had the most sensational camp experience!
 
Elizabeth could not wait to go back and returned to Camp Kekoka again last summer. She loves the tubing, kayaking, fishing, crafts, sailing, gardening, and hanging out with friends. She has developed great friendships and keeps in contact with her new friends from camp.
 
The camp staff have helped instill positive values, increased her self-confidence, and strengthened her sense of responsibility and independence! - Robyn and Thomas 
Long Term Success Children today face a barrage of information which can be difficult to understand and deal with. YMCA Camp Kekoka helps to prepare young people for their future by engaging them in developing life skills. They learn to become leaders for the causes they believe in, to live sustainably, to care for our shared environment, and to live cooperatively in a culturally diverse community. 
Description

Each branch of the Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA supports its community with specific outreach activities. For example, the Newport News Family YMCA started a tutoring program. 30 students and 20 volunteers participated in Encourage, Excel, Educate serving as tutors in math, reading, english, social studies, chemistry and more. The Mathews Family YMCA teen leaders have decided to place teen suicide prevention at the top of their priority list and have started groups to help teens in trouble. Some programs are association-wide.

 

YMCA Bright Beginnings was born with a vision of providing disadvantaged children with clothes and supplies to begin the school year prepared and confident. On each trip, an adult volunteer is paired with a child to shop for clothes at a local retail store. Clothes purchased include an outfit, shoes, underwear, socks and a sweater or jacket. Each child also receives a backpack filled with grade appropriate school supplies. Since the program’s inception we have served 5,500 children.

Population Served At-Risk Populations
Fiscal Year
Projected Revenue $21,140,032.00
Projected Expenses $21,092,483.00
Endowment Value $1,647,124.00
Spending Policy Income plus capital appreciation
Form 990s
IRS Letter of Exemption
Detailed Financials
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 Year201520142013
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
------
Government Contributions$679,455$709,511$664,453
Federal------
State----$664,453
Local------
Unspecified$679,455$709,511--
Individual Contributions$2,708,360$3,676,806$1,718,856
$89,891$93,550$104,187
$16,466,551$4,780,272$16,164,716
Investment Income, Net of Losses($139,274)$510,976$828,195
Membership Dues--$11,197,420--
Special Events$71,313$172,955$227,162
Revenue In-Kind$1,225,854$1,254,876$1,229,559
Other$373,899$531,468$122,907
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$16,654,120$16,900,656$16,583,870
Administration Expense$2,637,901$2,498,169$2,442,938
Fundraising Expense$360,801$379,208$295,254
Payments to Affiliates$216,078$205,994$180,670
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.081.151.08
Program Expense/Total Expenses84%85%85%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue10%8%11%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$47,685,116$47,755,541$46,358,246
Current Assets$5,483,221$14,592,359$13,178,130
Long-Term Liabilities$10,416,106$5,778,004$13,597,019
Current Liabilities$2,311,155$8,626,831$2,354,328
Total Net Assets$34,957,855$33,350,706$30,406,899
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities2.371.695.60
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets22%12%29%
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? Anticipated In 3 Years
Campaign Purpose in process of being determined
State Charitable Solicitaions Permit
Solicitations Permit
Solicitations Permit 5/2016View
Comments
Foundation Comments
  • Form 990 and audit prepared by Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP.
  • Financial information provided by audit.