Every day we see many faces of need within the Pomona Valley area. CHILDREN ARE IN NEED of safe and affordable before and after school care that deepens their motivation to learn. SOME CHILDREN need youth sports and other healthy programs to combat childhood obesity, and all children need programs like day camp to offer the thrill of meeting a new friend or developing a new skill. TEENS NEED POSITIVE role models and engaging activities during critical periods when good choices must prevail over bad. Our seniors must not be forgotten. They need affordable opportunities for stimulating activities and socialization. Most of all, our families need a healthy place to belong and grow in spirit, mind and body.
How Donations are Used
Your gifts make a difference by keeping the YMCA “Open to All” regardless of an individual or family’s financial circumstances. One Hundred Percent of your donation goes towards our Financial Assistance program or subsidized programs for marginalized populations.
How Your Dollars Make an Impact
$25 provides a scholarship for one month of Health and Wellness membership dues
$100 provides a scholarship for 8 swim lessons for an adult or child
$250 provides a scholarship to a family for one month of afterschool care
$500 provides a scholarship for one child to attend a week of summer resident camp
As a tax-exempt public charity, we embrace the values of transparency and accountability.
The YMCA of Pomona Valley respects our donor’s privacy. The YMCA honors the requests of those donors who wish to have their contributions remain anonymous. In addition, we do not sell, trade or give away YMCA donor names and addresses. Confidentially, donors’ names may be provided to auditors, the IRS (Subject to IRS guidelines and limits), the Franchise Tax Board (Subject to FTB guidelines and limits) and/or foundations that request verification of our contributions.
Opportunities to Give
Every gift makes a difference and is 100% Tax Deductible since the YMCA is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Tax ID # 95-1644055
Those interested in giving can:
Donate online here
Support our Annual Campaign
Visit the Annual Campaign to learn more.
Donate by phone
Monday–Friday 9am – 5pm
Donate by mail
13821 Newport Ave. Ste 200
Tustin, CA 92780
Please make checks payable to the ‘YMCA’ and put the program/branch/City you would like to designate the funds to on the ‘For’ line
Donate Stock, Appreciated
Securities or Real Estate properties
Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm
Give Through the United Way
Donate through your company’s annual United Way Campaign by writing in the YMCA of Orange County’s United Way Designation Code on the contribution form. YMCA of Orange County United Way Designation Code – 4095 Visit Orange County United Way and Donate to the Y at www.ocuw.org
Please visit our Endowment/Planned Giving tab for more details
Matching Gifts/Volunteer Grants
See if your employer will match your donation or volunteer time with a volunteer grant:
Our Annual Campaign runs from early February to mid-March each year, raising funds for our Financial Assistance and subsidized programs for marginalized populations.
Support Annual Campaign by attending a Campaign event, starting your own online fundraiser, or becoming an Annual Campaign Volunteer. To get started, contact the Campaign Manager of the Y Branch you would like to support.
Pomona Child Care – Erin Trice (909) 743-5233
Maple Hill Family YMCA – April Smethurst (909) 861-3424
Or join a fundraising team and start fundraising online
Learn more by downloading the YMCA of Pomona Valley Donation Brochure
2017 Major Donors
The YMCA would not be able to provide its services and opportunities to the community without the generous support of our donors. WE THANK YOU!
Platinum Triangle ($100,000+)
Gold Triangle ($75,000+)
Red Triangle ($25,000+)
The Crean Foundation
David & Patrcia Lamb
Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian
PEMA Southern California Chapter
John & Cheryl Heller
Stephen R. Knott
O.L. Halsell Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation
Jeff & Lori McBride
Theda & Tamblin Clark Smith Family Foundation
McMaster-Carr Supply Company
Whole Foods Market
The Confidence Foundation, Greg Custer
Robert & Leah Traut
Edwards Lifesciences Foundation
MBK Real Estate LLC
Tom H. Doolittle
Center Club Cares
Positive Vibe Warriors Foundation
Bill & Teri Saddler
James C. Smith
John H. Grace Foundation c/o Marian Joe
Micro Auto Paint and Supplies
Southern California Edison
Larry W. Weaver
Mr. Klaus Friedrich
MIG Real Estate
John M. McCarty
Would you like to honor a friend or a loved one? Would you like your family name to live on in perpetuity? Would you like to give more than you can currently afford? YMCA Endowment Funds are a gift to create an everlasting family legacy for future generations. A gift through planned giving can be an ideal way to realize your larger charitable objectives. Endowments and Planned Giving ensure the continued service of our YMCA.
How Donations are Used
Endowment Funds provide a stable source of income to ensure that the YMCA continues its mission for future generations. Proceeds from the principal can be unrestricted in use or designated for a specific purpose or to an individual branch. These funds pay out interest every year, in both good and difficult times. All YMCA Endowment investments are carefully managed by professional investment advisors under the direction of the Board of Directors.
Endowments Are Used To:
- Enhance current programs
- Provide financial assistance for programs and/or member fees
- Begin new programs
- Improve or maintain YMCA branches
Endowments ($10,000 or more for new)
Establishment of a new endowment begins with a minimum gift of $10,000. Donations of lesser amounts can be added to an existing endowment. Endowment Fund Donors are recognized as members of the Heritage Club. Unless anonymity is desired, Heritage Club member’s names are recognized prominently in the Annual Report, on the books and records of the YMCA and are permanently acknowledged on the donor wall in the YMCA lobbies.
Bequests (any amount)
A gift to the YMCA identified in your will allows you to retain all your assets during your lifetime and/or the lifetime of your spouse.
Life Insurance (any amount)
When the added protection of an insurance policy is no longer needed, transferring the policy’s ownership or purchasing a policy with the YMCA as beneficiary may be an affordable option.
Charitable Trusts (any amount)
Establish a charitable trust and/or annuity with income or principle designated to the YMCA.
Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation
Christy L. Lewis
Deepak K. Grover
Farmers & Merchants Bank, Long Beach
Howard W. Higholt
John M. McCarty
Juliette C. Meunier
Law Offices of Larry W. Weaver
Susan A. Bharvani
The Therese Plunkett Foundation
Tony & Erin Spriggs