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<ul><li>1.Non-profitable Organization YMCA Zadarius Smith</li></ul> <p>2. Mission To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all 3. YMCAs Focus Its a cause-driven organization for: Youth development Healthy living Social responsibility 4. Strengths of YMCA Its a nonprofit organization like no other across the nation because it delivers positive change. Community centered Nurtures peoples potential because they believe everyone has the opportunity to learn, grow, and strive for success. 5. How to Get Involved Joining the Y Give to the Y Volunteer at the Y Advocate with the Y prevent chronic disease; build trust and understanding among community groups and decision makers * Advocate in support of a movement working every day to build healthier communities. 6. Joining the Y cont. Parents find a safe, positive environment for children to learn good values, social skills and behaviors. Families come together to have fun and spend quality time with one another. Children and teens play and also learn who they are and what they can achieve. Adults can connect with friends and pursue interests and learn to live healthier. Communities thrive because neighbors support each other and give back. Being part of the cause. 7. Give to the Y Donate vital financial resources for nurturing the potential of kids, improving the nations health and well-being, and giving back and supporting our neighbors. 8. Volunteer at the Y raise funds to ensure Y is accessible to all members. coach sports teams and teach classes. Lead Board of Directors and committees. 9. Advocate with the Y Influence policies and initiatives that help youth develop healthy behaviors, values and life skills. Prevent and combat chronic disease Build trust and understanding among community groups and decision makers Positively impact societal issues of importance to the nation and your community 10. Go Join A YMCA Near You and Make A Difference </p>