LITEHOUSE FAMILY YMCA - YMCA Of Greater Grand Rapids

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LITEHOUSE FAMILY YMCA

WHAT IS COMMUNITY? IT’S PEOPLE LIVING &WORKING TOGETHER IT’S TRUST, BELONGING,SAFETY & ACCEPTANCE IT’S SHARED EXPERIENCE& TAKING CARE OF EACH OTHER IT’S THRIVINGBY UNITING TOGETHER.

GROWING OUR COMMUNITYBUILDING OUR FUTUREBEGAN1959It’s more than the story of a building it’s the story of a community.as a small storefrontlocationWorking in collaboration and partnership with many others, the Lowell YMCAhas long been central to building a strong and integrated community thatcares for people. Since its beginning in 1959, the Lowell YMCA has servedLowell and the surrounding communities through programs and activitiesthat strengthen the spirit, mind and body of all.We have the opportunity to build on the foundation of support anddedication demonstrated by the Lowell community over many decades.We are excited to expand our offerings at the former site of the ImpactChurch. An endowment gift generously given decades ago, the FrankTwining King Memorial Fund, provided for the purchase of this site. Now,with the support of donors throughout the community and a naming giftfrom Litehouse, less than 200,000 remains in our goal to bring theLitehouse Family YMCA to the community.61 YEARSof making an impactin our community78%are FAMILYHOUSEHOLDS19.4%population is made upKIDSof14 years and younger55 make up 30.5%of the population

COMMITTING TO BUILDING HEALTHYSPIRIT, MIND AND BODY FOR ALLIMPACTING LIVESTOGETHER WE WILL: Create a place of belonging that welcomeseveryone and every generation Help people become healthier, lower obesityand prevent chronic disease Guide youth and teens to become educatedleaders in our community and surroundthem with mentors Be the place where families gather and growcloser together Invest in youth by involving more kids incamp, wellness, and nutrition programsTHROUGH PROGRAMSOPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL:Health & WellnessYouth Development/LeadershipKidZone & Drop-inCareCooking & NutritionEducationHealthy AgingYouth Sports& Day Camps

TRANSFORMING OUR COMMUNITYTHROUGH RECREATED SPACEYMCA HIGHLIGHTSPROJECT HIGHLIGHTS 17,860 square foot facility 2.1 million project costs Fully-Accessible Facility & CampusFACILITY HIGHLIGHTSTHIS NEW FACILITY WILL INCLUDE: Health & Fitness Center Group Exercise Studios Locker Rooms KidZone & Activity Center Administrative Offices Multi-Purpose Community Rooms Chapel

AN OPPORTUNITYTO IMPACT LIVESThe excitement is building We invite you to join us in making the newLitehouse Family YMCA a reality for ourcommunity.Together we can create a future in which allchildren are nurtured, more people are proactivelytaking care of their health and our community“A gift to the YMCA is an investment – in young people,comes together in friendship and mutual support.in our friends and neighbors, in our community. Join us inmaking this powerful vision a reality for the Lowell YMCAYour gift is the first step in a rewarding journeyand the people of our community. “with the Y, brimming with the opportunity to- RAY DUIMSTRA and JASON HOLDRIDGECAPITAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRStransform lives. Gifts of any size will help shapethe future of our Y, as we come together to raisethe final 200,000 toward our fundraising goal.With your help, we will connect neighborsand families, strengthening the bondsof our community.PLEASE JOIN US.

Join our online community.grymca.orgYMCA OF GREATER GRAND RAPIDS475 Lake Michigan Drive NW Grand Rapids, MI 49504 · 616.855.9622 · grymca.org/lowell

Working in collaboration and partnership with many others, the Lowell YMCA has long been central to building a strong and integrated community that cares for people. Since its beginning in 1959, the Lowell YMCA has served Lowell and the surrounding communities through programs and activities that strengthen the spirit, mind and body of all.

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