Woodson YMCA Annual Report 2021

Dear Friends,

We are proud to present you the Woodson YMCA’s 2021 Annual Report. 2021 was a year of recovery for our Y. We gradually and safely grew back membership and programming. We adjusted, modified and adjusted more throughout the year to provide a safe and healthy place for our community.

We strategically made modifications throughout the year which allowed us to make gradual growth week by week and month by month. The result led us to a safe and growing membership base. By the end of the year, we were back to 90% of pre-pandemic membership numbers and programming in all areas were being offered and filling up. In 2022, we are primed to hit record numbers for membership and programming. 

Our child care centers and summer camp flourished during the year.  Record numbers at Camp Sturtevant provided children a wonderful and much needed outdoor experience, and our two large child care centers stayed open and full helping over 300 families go to work knowing their children were in a safe, quality environment.

The Landing senior activity center reopened in June and by year-end was busting at the seams with smiling seniors enjoying the many activities and socialization that The Landing provides. 

Recovering from a pandemic is not easy and there is no playbook on how to do so. Looking back on the past year should make us proud of our YMCA and how we have impacted our community. 

We are extremely grateful to you; our donors, volunteers, members, community partners, and staff for helping us recover together, we could not have done it without each of you.

Enjoy the Annual Report and thank you again for your support and trust in our Y!

Yours in Service,

Bryan Bailey
Margaret Anderson

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