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Fox Valley Family Ymca Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Human Services, Young Mens or Womens Associations

Mission: The fox valley family ymca, inc. Is a not- for-profit, charitable organization dedicated to servicing the community by helping to promote youth development, social responsibility and healthy living. The programs are available to all regardless of age, race, sex, faith , disability or income level. Children/youth the ymca creates an environment through its various programs that helps youth to develop the self-esteem needed to accomplish spiritual, physical and educational goals. The ymca camps, day care, and "safe program" promotes positive relationships and life-long inspiration.

Programs: Child care before and after school programs these programs are developed to offer crafts, sports, and academic support and to provide a well structured environment as an alternative to the streets, or unsupervised latchkey afternoons.

ymca aquatics the ymca aquatic program provides swimming and safety skills. This promotes life-long good health and self-confidence.

fitness healthy lifestyles are achieved through nurturing mind, body and spirit, well-being and fitness. In addition to fitness classes and fitness facilities, the y offers a variety of fitness programs that support physical, intellectual and spiritual strength.

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Rating: 1

This is the most backwards and illegal operation I have ever seen pretend to be a nonprofit. The employees drink on the job, forge documents and so on. Thats not the worst of it. The board president, who is supposed to be an unbiased party, is the mother of the Senior Operation Director. I am sick of seeing these two run people that are much more qualified off in order to push her daughter up the chain of command. Under nonprofit law, this is a blatant conflict of interest. I stepped down from the board because I was afraid to be a part of the class action law suit this place needs to be slapped with. I wish someone would do something about it. This place gives an otherwise wonderful organization a horrible name. I wish the YMCA of the USA would take notice and do something about it.