Pictured from left to right: Bob Shanbrom, YMCA CEO Monica Grant, Xiaoping Cheng
The San Luis Obispo County YMCA recently received a generous donation of $25,000 from The Shanbrom Family Foundation to support the Y’s new REACH program (Realistic Education Addressing
Conditioning & Health) for youth and families impacted by autism.
The goal of REACH is to empower those on the ASD spectrum with independent living and social skills, physical activity and fun. The classes are held Saturday afternoons at the Y’s
facility on Southwood Drive. A "school dance" class will soon be added. The Shanbrom Family Foundation grant also supports financial assistance for ASD families to join the Y in order to
access all of the Y’s fitness membership benefits, which include full gym, racquetball, swimming and 54 classes per week. No family left behind.
For more information about the Y and REACH, go to www.sloymca.org or call the Y: (805) 543-8235. For information about The Shanbrom Family Foundation, please contact Bob
Shanbrom and Xiaoping Cheng at email@example.com.
Your contribution of $1,200 (or more) sets you among the YMCA’s leaders. Through the President's Club, your gift will be used to provide financial assistance and inspire bigger and
brighter achievements in our community.
The YMCA is in need of many products and services. If you have something to share, please give us a call. If we can't use it, we'll work with other agencies to ensure it's put to
Matching Gift Programs
Many employers and organizations offer matching gifts. Be sure to inquire whether you can double the impact of your gift with a match from your company or organization.
The Tenet Healthcare Foundation and Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center recently donated $2,500 to the San Luis Obispo County YMCA to complete its $5,000 commitment for funding The Learning
Center for Active Older Adults located in the YMCA’s Specialty Fitness Center. The Learning Center features literature, online access and other materials for seniors to learn more about
heart disease and other health concerns.
The SLO County YMCA account has been established with the following account number: 1147-8591
For all security donation where the securities/stocks reside in donor accounts (Schwab, Fidelity Edward Jones, etc.) the transfer must be initiated with the delivering firm, using
documentation specific to the requirements of the delivering firm. An account number will be requested as well as mailing address, for which you can supply the following:
Attn: Account Transfers
PO BOX #509041
San Diego, CA 92150-9041
For stock certificates issued in the donor’s name, additional documentation, signed by the donor, will be required. This includes an Irrevocable Stock Power form as
well as Third Party Release form, which can be provided to the YMCA upon request.
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