Ymca Financial Statements 2020
2020 Form 990 2019 Form 990 2018 Form 990 2017 Form 990 2020 Audited Financial Statements 2019 Audited Financial Statements 2018 Audited Financial Statements 2017 Audited Financial Statements 2016 Audited Financial Statements 2015 Audited Financial Statements 2014 Audited Financial Statements 2013 Audited Financial Statements Geneva, 2 March 2021. Patricia Pelton, President of the World YMCA, and Carlos Sanvee, Secretary General, write in the World YMCA`s 2020 Annual Report, which will be released today. The PIKES PEAK AREA YMCA, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is one of the largest charities in our community. The Y is an organization for all those who never reject anyone because of their insolvency. Thanks to generous donations from supporters like you, the YMCA provided more than $1.7 million in financial support last year. Our donors ensure that all families, children and seniors have a place to build a healthy mind, mind and body in the Y. Read the 2020 Annual Report – Versión en Español YMCA Annual Report 202020Report 2019 – Coming SoonAnnual Report 2018 YMCA Annual Report2017 YMCA Annual Report2016 YMCA Annual Report2015 YMCA Annual Report2014 YMCA Annual Report2013 YMCA Annual Report2012 YMCA Annual Report2011 YMCA Annual Report2010 YMCA Annual Report2009 Annual YMCA Looking for specific financial data, do you have any questions? We`re here to help! Donor funds empower communities in many ways. We continually recognize the importance of these funds – and we are committed to full financial transparency. Use the links below to access copies of the U.S. IRS YMCA Form 990 and related financial documents. For 160 years, the YMCA of Greater Chicago has provided innovative community solutions in safe and nurturing environments that unite individuals and families and encourage them to reach their full potential. As the needs of our neighbours change and evolve, the Y adapts and evaluates our programs and resources to find the best and most sustainable ways to make positive changes in the future.
The YMCA of Metro Chicago and its Board of Directors present the Annual Report, which describes the Y`s achievements in the Chicago community. The report outlines the immediate and long-term practical and strategic response (“resilience”, “recovery”, “reimagination”) to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has severely affected the YMCA`s operations during the year. The Y, which is made up of various staff, volunteers, members and program participants, is dedicated to supporting, strengthening and positively impacting communities across the country. It also marks a year of significant new beginnings, particularly with the launch of the YMCA`s Youth-Led Solutions Initiative, the YMCA`s Global Impact Communities, and the new “Global Youth Mobilization for the Disrupted Generation” partnership launched with the World Health Organization and the rest of the “Big 6,” the world`s largest youth organizations. Learn more about the Y`s mission, programs and finances. For the first time, the report will be published alongside those of the YMCA Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe and Latin America and the Caribbean. Personnel costs: 17,805,000 $Services and accessories: $Occupation 2,956,000: $Adout 3,894,000: $Transport 554,000: 252,000 $D staff development: 373,000 national $Contributions: $364,000 Funding: $Assurance 1,179,000: $Autres 367,000: $Personnes 792,000 and reserve programs: $0 As the country`s leading non-profit organization dedicated to youth development, to healthy living and social responsibility, we believe that strong communities are built, when we invest in our children, our health and our neighbours. Learn more about our impact. “We faced the new realities and realized we had to adapt” Capital contributions: 1,302,000 $Contributions: $669,000 Wood costs: $15,918,000 Program and camping costs: 7,333,000 $Les sources: 1,391,000 $Investissements and others: $661,000.