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One in three kids in America lives in poverty, and nearly 40% of kids surveyed in 2013 and 2014 were exposed to violence or abuse over the previous year. All kids deserve a safe, positive environment that helps them develop socially and emotionally. Through a range of programs, like ESYAC, the Y helps kids each year stay safe, have fun, and grow.

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 5 Years In A Row!

   

WE'RE MAKING A DIFFERENCE 

OUR GENEROUS COMMUNITY.

During 2015 our community provided more than $155,000 in direct financial assistance to over 1,300 individuals. More than 17,000 families and individuals participated in asset-rich Y programs.

10 EXAMPLES OF HOW WE MAKE OUR COMMUNITY STRONGER -- TOGETHER.

Overall Impact: 1 out of 4 Redding residents benefited from Shasta Family YMCA programs, services & events. We touch the lives of more than 25% of our community.

Body, Mind and Spirit: More than 11,000 adults and 6,000 children participated in Y health, educational and recreational classes and programs including aerobics, Pilates, Zumba, swimming, basketball and more.

Aquatic Safety: 822 children participated in aquatics programs, including 254 first graders from the Redding School District who received free swim lessons.

Camps: 217 youth enjoyed the great outdoors at Camp McCumber, while another 273 youth attended day and specialty camps.

Child Care: 727 youth benefited from the Y’s asset-rich child care program located at four school sites within three school districts. School sites included: Boulder Creek, East & North Cottonwood, Manzanita and Turtle Bay. In addition, the Y runs a year-round, all day preschool at Manzanita Elementary School.

Youth LeadershipAccelerate is a program designed for high school students with a mission to help teens discover and develop the leader within them, equipping them with practical leadership skills, and connecting them with people and resources in the community.

Volunteers: 126 volunteers provided valuable assistance with policies, programs and activities, logging an impressive 865 hours of community service.

Youth Sports: Nearly 606 youth participated in organized activities, such as gymnastics, karate and Homeschool PE.

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