YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN NEVADA
4141 MEADOWS LANE, LAS VEGAS, NV 89107 www.lasvegasymca.org

Total Revenue
$10,785,273
Total Expenses
$9,319,696
Net Assets
$9,263,655

Organizations Filed Purposes: THE YMCA OF SOUTHERN NEVADA HAS SERVED THE LOCAL COMMUNITY FOR OVER 74 YEARS THROUGH ITS MISSION TO PUT CHRISTIAN PRINCIPLES INTO PRACTICE THROUGH PROGRAMS THAT BUILD HEALTHY SPIRIT, MIND AND BODY FOR ALL. OUR PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT, HEALTHY (CONTINUED ON SCHEDULE O) LIVING AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ARE DESIGNED TO MEET THE MOST PRESSING CHALLENGES OF OUR COMMUNITY. SUCH CHALLENGES INCLUDE INCREASED RATES OF OBESITY, ESPECIALLY IN CHILDREN, AND AFFORDABLE QUALITY CHILDCARE IN A SIGNIFICANT ECONOMIC DOWNTURN.

TO PUT CHRISTIAN PRINCIPLES INTO PRACTICE THROUGH PROGRAMS THAT BUILD (CONTINUED ON SCHEDULE O) HEALTHY SPIRIT, MIND AND BODY FOR ALL

PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT: THE YMCA OF SOUTHERN NEVADA IS COMMITTED TO NURTURING THE POTENTIAL OF EVERY CHILD AND TEEN. WE HELP YOUNG PEOPLE FORM POSITIVE SKILLS AND RELATIONSHIPS THAT LEAD TO HEALTHY BEHAVIORS AND EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT. PROGRAMS SUCH AS PRESCHOOL, SCHOOL-AGE CHILDCARE, AFTER-SCHOOL ENRICHMENT AND SPORTS HELP CHILDREN DEVELOP SKILLS AND HEALTHY LIVING HABITS NOW AND INTO THE FUTURE. IN 2019, THE Y SERVED MORE THAN 15,500 CHILDREN AND TEENS. OUR CHILDCARE PROGRAMS INCLUDE BEFORE AND AFTER-SCHOOL CARE, DAY CAMPS ON SCHOOL STAFF DEVELOPMENT DAYS AND SUMMER (CONTINUED ON SCHEDULE O) CAMP. FOR ALL OF THOSE PROGRAMS OUR STAFF FOCUSES ON ASSET BUILDING AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT. INSTRUCTION COVERS CHARACTER BUILDING, HEALTHY LIVING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS INCLUDE HOMEWORK ASSISTANCE AND A HEALTHY SNACK. THE Y OFFERS SUMMER READING AND STEM-BASED CLASSES FOR ALL SUMMER CAMPERS AGES 5-11 AS PART OF THEIR SUMMER CAMP EXPERIENCE. IN 2019, MORE THAN 2,900 CHILDREN ATTENDED Y SUMMER CAMP. WE ALSO CONTINUED TO EXPAND OUR STATE-LICENSED PRESCHOOL PROGRAM, ADDING FULL-DAY PRESCHOOL CLASSES AT ONE OF OUR LOCATIONS. OUR AFFORDABLE PROGRAM EXPOSES 3-T0-5-YEAR-OLDS TO AN EDUCATIONAL PROCESS OF LEARNING THROUGH CREATIVE PLAY. PRESCHOOL INCLUDES SONGS, STORIES, LETTER AND NUMBER EXPLORATION, CREATIVE AND DRAMATIC PLAY, AND MOTOR DEVELOPMENT IN NURTURING ENVIRONMENTS. THE Y'S FOUR CORE VALUES OF CARING, HONESTY, RESPECT AND RESPONSIBILITY ARE INCORPORATED INTO EVERY ACTIVITY. AS A RESPECTED INSTITUTION FOR SWIM LESSONS, THEY TEACH CHILDREN TO SWIM WITH AN EMPHASIS ON SAFETY AND HEALTH. SWIM LESSONS BUILD SKILLS, PROMOTE SAFETY AND BOOST CONFIDENCE AS CHILDREN PROGRESS AT THEIR OWN PACE, WHICH BREEDS SUCCESS. OUR PARENT-CHILD PROGRAM OFFERS LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR BABIES AS YOUNG AS 6 MONTHS. IN A DESERT CLIMATE WITH A LARGE NUMBER OF PERSONAL AND COMMUNITY POOLS, KNOWING HOW TO SWIM IS THE KEY TO PREVENTING DROWNING AND THE EARLIER ONE STARTS, THE BETTER. THE Y OFFERS FREE COMMUNITY SWIM DAYS SUCH AS THE FLOAT LIKE A DUCK EVENT PROVIDING POOL SAFETY TIPS AND RESOURCES TO ANYONE WHO COMES. FAMILY PROGRAMS FOSTER TOGETHERNESS IN A SAFE, WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT. WE CONTINUED THE TRADITION OF OUR HEALTHY KIDS DAY, HOSTED EVENTS LIKE OUR ANNUAL HALLOWEEN AT THE Y AND OFFERED FAMILY FUN NIGHTS AND COMMUNITY EVENTS AT NO OR LOW COST.

PROGRAMS FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: THE Y IS COMMITTED TO SUPPORTING OUR NEIGHBORS AND PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PEOPLE OF EVERY AGE TO GIVE AND JOIN IN. Y INITIATIVES HELP SOUTHERN NEVADA ADDRESS IMPORTANT ISSUES AND THE SUPPORT OF OUR VOLUNTEERS AND DONORS MAKE OUR WORK POSSIBLE. THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS WITH OTHER ORGANIZATIONS WE ARE ABLE TO PROVIDE OUR FACILITY AND OTHER RESOURCES TO HELP THEM EXTEND THEIR REACH AND SERVICES INTO THE COMMUNITY. PARTNERSHIPS INCLUDED BRINGING OUR Y AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS DIRECTLY TO A PRIVATE SCHOOL CAMPUS SO STUDENTS WOULDN'T (CONTINUED ON SCHEDULE O) HAVE TO BE TAKEN OFF-SITE, WORKING WITH THE UNITED WAY ON PRESCHOOL CURRICULUM, AND WORKING WITH OTHER NONPROFITS TO PROMOTE AWARENESS FOR THE SUMMER FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM. IN ADDITION, WE PROUDLY PROVIDED PORTIONS OF OUR STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES SO OTHER CIVIC, NONPROFIT AND WORSHIP GROUPS COULD AFFORDABLY HOST GATHERINGS AND EVENTS. THESE COMMUNITY SERVICE EVENTS HELPED THEM FURTHER THEIR MISSIONS AND PROVIDE THEIR KNOWLEDGE AND SERVICES TO THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE. APPROXIMATELY 10,000 INDIVIDUALS ATTENDED WORSHIP SERVICES AT OUR Y LOCATIONS. AT THE CENTER OF OUR EFFORTS THAT MAKE OUR PROGRAMS POSSIBLE, IS A DEDICATED GROUP OF VOLUNTEERS. THIS GROUP INCLUDES OUR LOCAL VOLUNTEER BOARD OF DIRECTORS, COMPRISED OF 30+ INFLUENTIAL LEADERS REPRESENTING ALL INDUSTRIES. THEY CHAMPION OUR Y ANNUAL CAMPAIGN FUNDRAISING EFFORTS THAT IN 2019, THANKS TO SUPPORT FROM PRIVATE AND CORPORATE DONORS, BROUGHT IN OVER $975,000. THOSE FUNDS WERE USED TO PROVIDE DIRECT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO INDIVIDUALS WHO USED IT FOR MEMBERSHIPS, SUMMER CAMP, YOUTH PROGRAMS, SPORTS LEAGUES, SWIM LESSONS AND DOZENS OF OTHER ACTIVITIES DESIGNED TO HELP PEOPLE REACH THEIR FULL POTENTIAL. THE FUNDS ALSO SUBSIDIZED MEMBERSHIPS AND PROGRAMS, KEEPING THE Y AFFORDABLE AND ACCESSIBLE FOR INDIVIDUALS OF EVERY AGE, ABILITY, AND FITNESS LEVEL AND ENABLING US TO KEEP OUR PROMISE TO THE COMMUNITY THAT NO ONE WAS TURNED AWAY DUE TO AN INABILITY TO PAY. THE Y ALSO OFFERS AMERICAN RED CROSS LIFEGUARD TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION. THESE GUARDS GAINED MARKETABLE SKILLS, MAKING THEM ATTRACTIVE JOB CANDIDATES FOR THE Y AND LAS VEGAS' RECREATION CENTERS, WATER PARKS AND RESORTS. THE Y IS PROUD TO BE A PARTNER IN THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AND ARMED SERVICES YMCA'S MILITARY MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM WHICH OFFERS FREE Y MEMBERSHIPS TO QUALIFIED MILITARY GROUPS AND THEIR FAMILIES. FOR THOSE WHO DON'T QUALIFY FOR THE DOD PROGRAM, THE Y OFFERS OUR OWN 40% OFF MEMBERSHIP FEES TO ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL, VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES. SUPPORTING OUR COMMITMENT TO CREATE HEALTHIER COMMUNITIES, THE Y CONTINUED ITS PARTICIPATION IN THE SUMMER FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM (SFSP). DURING THE SUMMER, KIDS ARE AT AN INCREASED RISK OF GOING HUNGRY. LOW-INCOME CHILDREN LOCALLY RECEIVE FREE OR REDUCED-PRICE MEALS THROUGH THE NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM. THE Y SERVED APPROXIMATELY 59,000 LUNCHES AND SNACKS IN THE SUMMER AND THROUGHOUT 2019. THIS INCLUDED NOT ONLY CHILDREN PARTICIPATING IN Y SUMMER CAMP OR OTHER Y PROGRAMS, BUT ANY CHILD IN THE COMMUNITY.

PROGRAMS FOR HEALTHY LIVING: THE Y IS A LEADING VOICE ON HEALTH AND WELL-BEING, AS WE BRING FAMILIES TOGETHER, ENCOURAGE POSITIVE LIFESTYLE CHOICES AND FOSTER CONNECTIONS THROUGH FITNESS, SPORTS, FUN AND SHARED INTERESTS. IN 2019, WE SERVED OVER 200,000 YOUTH, ADULTS AND SENIORS IN CLASSES THAT PROMOTED IMPROVED PHYSICAL HEALTH. WE PROVIDED $440,000 OF DIRECT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR HEALTH ENHANCEMENT AND WELLNESS PROGRAMS. AS A RESULT, PEOPLE OF EVERY AGE AND FITNESS LEVEL RECEIVE THE SUPPORT, GUIDANCE AND RESOURCES THEY NEED TO ACHIEVE GREATER HEALTH IN SPIRIT, MIND AND BODY. IT'S CRITICAL AS OUR NATION (CONTINUED ON SCHEDULE O) STRUGGLES WITH AN OBESITY CRISIS, FAMILIES GRAPPLE WITH WORK/LIFE BALANCE AND INDIVIDUALS SEARCH FOR FULFILLMENT. OUR PROGRAMS ARE INCLUSIVE AND DESIGNED TO MEET THE NEEDS AND INTERESTS OF THOSE WE SERVE, INCLUDING SPECIAL POPULATIONS. WE DEVELOP PROGRAMS TO MEET SPECIAL NEEDS POPULATIONS AND FAMILIES BY BUILDING MEANINGFUL RELATIONSHIPS AND CREATING SMALL COMMUNITIES OF PARTICIPANTS WITH LIKE GOALS, BACKGROUNDS AND NEEDS. THIS MODEL IMPROVES THE LIKELIHOOD THAT PARTICIPANTS WILL CONTINUE THEIR HEALTH AND WELLNESS ACTIVITIES AND MEET THEIR PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL GOALS. EXAMPLES INCLUDE TRADITIONAL FITNESS CLASSES REVAMPED SPECIFICALLY FOR OLDER, ACTIVE ADULTS SUCH AS SENIOR YOGA THERAPY AND ADULT PICKLEBALL, AQUATICS CLASSES FOR CARDIAC AND STROKE PATIENTS, BODYPUMP AND BOOT CAMP CLASSES FOR THE SERIOUSLY FITNESS MINDED, FAMILY WELLNESS CLASSES AND HEALTH SEMINARS. THE Y ALSO OFFERS Y-KIDS CLASSES DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY TO HELP YOUTH GET ACTIVE AND FORM HEALTHY HABITS WHILE HAVING FUN. CLASSES ARE SCHEDULED IN THE 5-6PM AND 6-7PM HOURS WHEN PARENTS COME TO THE Y AFTER WORK. THE PROGRAM ALLOWS PARENTS TO FOCUS ON THEIR WELLNESS GOALS WHILE THEIR CHILDREN ARE ENGAGED IN STRUCTURED ACTIVITIES THAT OFFER FUN AND VARIETY. DURING A WEEK, A CHILD MAY CYCLE, SWIM, PLAY RACQUETBALL OR TENNIS, CLIMB AND DO YOUTH HIP-HOP AEROBICS OR YOGA. KIDS LEARN SKILLS, GAIN CONFIDENCE, MAKE FRIENDS AND BURN CALORIES. THIS ENABLES PARENTS AND CHILDREN TO BOTH REAP THE BENEFITS OF A HEALTHY, PHYSICAL WORKOUT AT THE SAME TIME AND IN THE SAME FACILITY. THE RESULT IS LESS TIME TRAVELING TO MULTIPLE LOCATIONS FOR CLASSES AND MORE FAMILY TIME TOGETHER. WE CONTINUED OUR WORK ON THE Y'S DIABETES PREVENTION PROGRAM LAUNCHED IN 2011. BASED ON RESEARCH FUNDED BY THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH AND THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION, THIS PROGRAM REDUCES THE RISK BY 58 PERCENT. PARTICIPANTS IN THE PROGRAM LEARN HOW TO EAT HEALTHIER, INCREASE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND LOSE A MODEST AMOUNT OF WEIGHT IN ORDER TO REDUCE THEIR CHANCES OF DEVELOPING THE DISEASE.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Michael LubbePRESIDENT/CEO40$215,709
Breezy BoldenCHIEF OPERATING OFFICER40$133,959
Thomas SeidlCFO40$118,675
Charles SearleFINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR40$111,308
David ThomasBOARD SECRETARY1$0
Cass PalmerBOARD TREASURER1$0
Jeff OrtweinBOARD PAST CHAIR1$0
David FersdahlCHAIR1$0
David RandallBOARD MEMBER1$0
Rod MartinBOARD MEMBER1$0
Boyd MartinBOARD MEMBER1$0
Martin LittleBOARD MEMBER1$0
Jesse LeedsBOARD MEMBER1$0
Michael WatkinsBOARD MEMBER1$0
Brady StevensBOARD MEMBER1$0
Philip RandazzoBOARD MEMBER1$0
Sajit PullarkatBOARD MEMBER1$0
Russell PriceBOARD MEMBER1$0
Bryan PriceBOARD MEMBER1$0
Barry MclaurinBOARD MEMBER1$0
Shanna GrimesBOARD MEMBER1$0
Rebecca HoracekBOARD MEMBER1$0
Tamar HoapiliBOARD MEMBER1$0
Greg HeinrichBOARD MEMBER1$0
Todd HaynalBOARD MEMBER1$0
Richard FraimBOARD MEMBER1$0
Regina VaccariBOARD MEMBER (FROM 05/2019)1$0
Kate RiceBOARD MEMBER (FROM 05/2019)1$0
Doug FlemingBOARD MEMBER1$0
Michelle Feather-MinearBOARD MEMBER1$0
Dale EelesBOARD MEMBER1$0
Jon DedeauxBOARD MEMBER1$0
Larry BradleyBOARD MEMBER1$0
Ronald BilodeauBOARD MEMBER1$0
Paul BiaforeBOARD MEMBER1$0
Bernard BermudezBOARD MEMBER1$0
Yovana AlonsoBOARD MEMBER1$0
Daniel AbdallaBOARD MEMBER1$0

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