Letter from the CEO and Board Chair

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Letter From the CEO and Board Chair:

When freed slave and YMCA trailblazer Anthony Bowen created the first YMCA open to African-Americans in 1853 here in Washington, D.C., the meetings of his organization were restricted to rented spaces, donated rooms, and even members’ living rooms. He did not have a bricks-and-mortar location like many other emerging YMCA’s.

But, he did not let that obstruction limit his Y’s potential. He was committed to the advancement of African-Americans in social, educational and religious aspects, and knew this could be done without four walls. Like Anthony Bowen, we do not let our walls define us, and in 2015, we pushed far beyond those walls.

2015 was a year of many opportunities. It was not an easy decision, but our YMCA showed its vision for the future by repositioning its assets to ensure long-term sustainability. As a non-profit organization with limited resources, it is our role to strike the right balance in fulfilling our mission.

Through these experiences, we are so much more than bricks. Very positive partnerships were forged in 2015 throughout our many programs. We opened a new extension at YMCA Anthony Bowen, furthered our workplace wellness initiatives, and opened childcare services through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development…just to name a few. We continue to address the needs of our D.C.-metro area community.

These partnerships go beyond our walls; they are neighborhood-based Y services with a stronger and deeper presence than before.

With a focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, we are empowering communities inside and out of our branches and centers. Thanks to the collaboration of our staff, members, donors, partners and volunteers, we are continuing to spread an influence that is both far-reaching and intimate.

In health and happiness,
Angie L. Reese-Hawkins
Keith Smith

Youth Development

Instead of participating in unstructured play and exploration, today’s children spend upwards of seven hours each day in front of an electronic screen.

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Without barriers, children can exercise their creativity, explore the outdoors and grow into their own authenticity. But, so often, children do not have access to stimulating activities, safe spaces or positive role models. The Y is giving children back their childhood through positive, life-enriching experiences. Through our childcare, preschools, summer camps, aquatics and exercise programs that reached nearly 70,000 area youth, the Y is able to identify and remove barriers that are hindering children from reaching their full potential.

Many students enjoy fun field trips when part of our after-school programs. In November, students from YMCA Loudoun County took a trek to Ticonderoga Farms for a day of autumn fun.

For over 4,000 youth, STEM education came alive at the 21st Annual Thingamajig® Invention Convention at Showplace Area on July 23.

Crafts are always on the agenda during our afterschool programs! With supplies from markets to glue, the students are always expanding their creative minds.

It was an honor for the ballerinas at YMCA Ayrlawn Program Center to dance on stage with The Joffrey Ballet during their November 2015 production of the Nutcracker!

Despite a busy week of fun at Aquatics Camp at YMCA Bethesda-Chevy Chase, there is always time to stop and take a funny picture!

To help close the achievement gap between low and high-income students, the BELL(Building Educated Leaders for Life) Power Scholars Program is a rigorous and fun summer learning program to help unlock the potential of future leaders.

At YMCA Camp Letts, kids get unique and once-in-a-lifetime experiences like paddle boating, zip lining, and tubing.

The overnight camping experience provides life-changing and life-affirming moments. Campers are able to try new activities, discover new passions and make life-long friendships. These boys enjoy roasting hotdogs during their stay at YMCA Camp Letts during the summer of 2015.

Through a unique and fun youth-run farmers’ market over the summer, the children at YMCA Capital View learned where their food comes from, developed math skills, and helped spread awareness of the importance of fresh fruits and veggies.

Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Eric Roberson spread his love for music and lyric writing with youth at YMCA Anthony Bowen on July 9. By fostering their creativity early and showing them anything can become a song, he hoped to inspire their love of music education.

As part of our initiative to make healthy living accessible to all families, we hosted our annual Healthy Kids Day! On April 25, children participated in fitness activities, completed some hands-on crafts and tried new-to-them foods!

Hungry for some fun? Kids in the Kitchen on March 7, was a unique event, and partnership with Junior League of Washington, that enabled children to see the fun in food!

Students in our afterschool programs enjoy fun activities, homework support and being surrounded by friends. These students, a part of YMCA Loudoun County, enjoy an afternoon playing with clay!

To spread their love of literature, city and government officials gathered at Seaton Elementary School for Let’s Read Let’s Move, a nationwide initiative to help combat summer reading loss and childhood obesity.

After-school programs, like the ones provided by the Y, play an important role in the lives of children. Lights on Afterschool is a nationwide initiative that sheds light on the importance of these programs. Youth at YMCA Capital View participated in the Oct. 22 event by watching a cooking demonstration and playing fun games!

All children are beautiful and capable of great things. Miss United States Summer Priester brought this message with her as she visited youth at YMCA Anthony Bowen on July 15. She let the children wear her crown and brought a donation of coloring books and crayons.

Through Model General Assembly, teens gain exposure on how government works and develop skills like public speaking, debate and critical thinking.

YMCA Youth & Government hosted 34 students from around the country as they participated in the Youth Track during National Advocacy Days during February 2015.

To further their understanding of politics and government, the D.C. delegation of YMCA Youth & Government held its annual Youth Summit on Nov. 20. Delegates from D.C.-area schools congregate to learn how a bill becomes a law, the importance of the media in politics and more.

To inspire children to continue their education after graduating high school, our BELL(Building Educated Leaders for Life) Power Scholars took a field trip to the University of Maryland in August.

Our YKids love it when Santa Claus comes for a visit! The big man in red was able to take time out of his busy schedule to visit families at YMCA Bethesda-Chevy Chase before Christmas Day.

These kids have moves! Teenagers gathered at YMCA Woodmont Gymnastics Center for a unique gymnastics class on June 16, devoted to tricking and parkour techniques.

The winners of the 21st Annual Thingamajig® Invention Convention were celebrated at a fun reception at the US Patent and Trademark Office on Sept. 23.

It’s not every day you can get shooting tips from the Washington Mystics and former player Vicky Bullett! Campers enjoyed an afternoon of shooting hoops at the Verizon Center on Aug. 5!

Three students from YMCA Youth & Family Services’ Nob Hill summer camp won big at the 21st Annual Thingamajig® Invention Convention.

During the spring, it was pomp and circumstance at YMCA Silver Spring! Students in the Y’s preschool programmed downed little caps and sashes to commemorate the milestone of graduating!

The December holiday season is a magical time, and the kids from YMCA Loudoun County were able to enjoy some of that magic at the annual Zoo Lights at Smithsonian's National Zoo.

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Crafts are always on the agenda during our afterschool programs! With supplies from markets to glue, the students are always expanding their creative minds.

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A good foundation in life is made up of values and skills learned early in life. Through YMCA programming in 2015, the region’s youth had opportunities to discover what they could achieve.

43,575 YOUTH

participated in our nationally-renowned program PHD (Physical, Healthy and Driven), which is helping to fight the childhood obesity epidemic. And with a unique traveling playground, our PHD van was able to make 119 stops throughout the area!


teenagers learned how to make a positive change in their community by participating in the YMCA Youth & Government program, which helps teach them the interworking of government and policy making.

STEM education came to life for


who participated in our 21st Annual Thingamajig® Invention Convention.


interns from colleges across America—American University, Arizona State University, Bluffton University, Eastern Mennonite University, just to name a few!—allowing them to develop career-related skills and nd their passions.

Our curriculum-based childcare programs had


children ages six to 15 enrolled.

FOR 24,802

youth, the summer of 2015 was a time to explore new interests, discover new passions, and learn core values through one of our day or overnight camps. To enable children to have priceless summer fun, 4,982 of these children received scholarships.

Healthy Living

With a longer average workweek, the rise of sedentary jobs, and an increase in the use of mobile technology, inactivity is on the rise in Americans.

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Our goal is to make the healthy choice the easy choice for every child and adult. Through our programs and caring staff, we are delivering positive change—from teaching the essential skill of cooking to helping adults and ending chronic conditions like type 2 diabetes or heart disease.

Did you know YMCA Anthony Bowen is just one of a few studios which offers Aerial yoga? Participants are able to take their practice to new heights as they move and glide with the use of hanging silk scarves.

Over the summer, our tennis camps were in full swing at YMCA Bethesda-Chevy Chase. Coaches were serving up great lessons and games to our young all-stars.

Before they pounded their slices of pumpkin pie, runners woke up early on the morning of Thanksgiving to participate in the 33rd Annual Bethesda Turkey Chase, which supports YMCA Bethesda-Chevy Chase, YMCA Youth & Family Services and other local organizations.

What do you get when you combine the elements of martial arts, dance, acrobatics and music? Capoeira! Capoeira is a Brazilian martial arts form known for its quick and complex moves. Members at YMCA Silver Spring were able to enjoy this art form firsthand at a Capoeira Workshop held on Oct. 21.

Healthy eating should be accessible to all, and that’s the mantra of The Engine 2 Diet—a plant-based way of eating focused on nutrient-dense whole foods. Creator of the eating style, Rip Esselstyn, visited YMCA Fairfax County Reston to discuss his plant-strong way of eating in February.

Life is all about balance: eat healthfully, move your body and enjoy life. The Fit & Well Seniors embody this philosophy and celebrated with a fun BBQ and chili cook off in October!

To shake up their typical workouts, the participants of our Fit & Well Seniors program made a trip to YMCA Arlington Tennis and Squash center in February for a fun lesson in tennis.

Despite the humidity and heat on a morning in August, the Fit & Well Seniors took their workout to the National Mall!

Exercise classes are not only a great way to stay in shape and boost fitness, but also a fun way to make new friends. Members at YMCA Bethesda-Chevy Chase enjoyed a fun and challenging class in October.

Snack time can be both nourishing and fun! With a little creativity, you can turn a banana into a tasty work of art like this child did during Healthy Kids Day 2015 at YMCA Fairfax County Reston.

Hispanic Heritage month starts in mid-September and continues into the following month. It’s a great time to celebrate the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors come from Mexico, Spain, South and Central American and the Caribbean. YMCA Silver Spring hosted a fun event on Oct. 5 which embraced the Hispanic culture with unique activities and foods.

This smart shopper learned all about the importance of nourishing her body at the annual NBC4 Health Expo, held Jan. 10-11.

Our members understand that just because there’s holiday doesn’t mean it’s an excuse to miss a workout. At YMCA Fairfax County Reston, members enjoyed a calorie-blasting spin class on St. Patrick’s Day!

Walking has a wide variety of benefits, and the Fit & Well Seniors enjoyed them all as part of a morning walk with the Go4Life Campaign on Sept. 18. From the National Institute on Aging at the NIH, Go4Life challenges all seniors to go for daily walks to improve fitness and overall health.

Our state-of-the-art kitchen at YMCA Anthony Bowen invites both members and community members to enjoy a fun cooking class. We’ve hosted classes on baking birthday cakes to making kimchi!

We love the health benefits of tennis, and after YMCA Silver Spring opened their newly renovated and resurfaced tennis courts in July, we were able to spread our love of the game further in Montgomery County!

Select children from our tennis programs, were able to enjoy a tennis clinic with professional tennis player Venus Williams on July 14.

Our full-service YMCA’s host a unique variety of fitness classes from yoga to weight training. Members at YMCA Anthony Bowen enjoyed a calorie-blasting and challenging weight workout.

Swimming is an important skill we teach to all individuals, from infants to seniors. Here, swimmers at YMCA Silver Spring enjoy some laps and splashes in their indoor pool.

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Life is all about balance: eat healthfully, move your body and enjoy life. The Fit & Well Seniors embody this philosophy and celebrated with a fun BBQ and chili cook off in October!

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The Y has challenged the growing statistics of obesity and inactivity through our programming. Here’s how the Y empowered people to lead fuller, healthier lives in 2015.

Through the Fit & Well Seniors program,

4,775 D.C. SENIORS

were able to fight the health risks associated with aging. This free fitness and social program provides for D.C.’s growing senior population, many of whom are widowed or have limited access to activities.

Our seven full-service wellness centers catered to the needs of


adults and teens who sought to pursue a healthy lifestyle.


individuals found comradery through sport at a Y sports league or program.

Whether it was a Zumba class or yoga class,


children, teens, adults and seniors participated in a program or class at the Y that helped them build strong spirits, minds and bodies.

Water safety is important, so


and participated in a Y aquatics class or camp.

Cooking is an essential life skill, and over 1,200 youth and 1,000 adults participated in Y-run cooking classes.

Social Responsibility

Poverty rates in Metropolitan Washington are persistently high with nearly one in five residents living below the poverty line. For a family of three, that means living on less than $19,000 per year.

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We have an ongoing commitment to nurturing communities and addressing pressing social issues—child welfare, education, job training, counseling, ESL barriers and more. By addressing the needs of our neighborhoods, we are able to ensure that every child, family and community has what they need to thrive.

Many of our branches host yearly golf outings to raise awareness of YMCA programming. These golfers were playing a few holes in the summer of 2015 to benefit YMCA Loudoun County.

To commemorate the fallen firefighters on Sept. 11, 2001, Y staff participated in a memorial stair climb at the National Harbor on Sept. 12, 2015.

The fathers and daughters of our Adventure Princesses group volunteered to sing holiday carols of the residents at a local senior citizens’ home on Dec. 19!

To ensure members in the Arlington community were prepared for the winter months, YMCA Arlington hosted a coat drive, and on Nov. 14, all donations were accumulated and distributed!

Many childhood memories are made on the seat of a bike. Thanks to a generous donation from IAA in June 2015, some of our areas neediest children received a donated bike to make those priceless summer memories.

YMCA Fairfax County Reston celebrated 15 years of serving their community in October 2015. Here’s to more years of helping their neighbors.

Thanks to a donation of toys from the employees at Bank of America and Merrill Lynch, disadvantage Y kids were able to enjoy a sweet surprise in time for Christmas.

The historic YMCA Anthony Bowen has been a pillar in the D.C. community for decades. In September, they celebrated two years in its state-of-the-art facility.

Local moms and the YMCA at New Hampshire Estates Elementary School showed off their green thumbs on a June afternoon to plant a butterfly garden on the school’s campus.

All children should be able to enjoy the benefits of summer camp. Through NBC4’s annual Camp4Kids campaign, a donation made by the news organization ensured that children were able to have a safe and fun summer at Y camps.

Thanks to a donation from Microsoft in the fall, kids from YMCA Youth & Family Services were able to further their learning through educational games.

YMCA Youth & Family Services provides mental health counseling, early intervention, mentorships and educational programs to the neediest of families in Montgomery County. At their community center, families have access to life-changing and life-affirming programs.

National parks are a great resource, but awareness and use is on the decline. In partnership with the U.S. Department of Interior and the National Park Service, on May 28 YMCA Anthony Bowen hosted organizations like the Sierra Club, The Wildness Society, Boys & Girls Club of America, and more to brainstorm opportunities to expose diverse groups of families to outdoor programming at the Find Your Park Summit.

To help inspire and inform the consumer public, we hosted a variety of food forums over the year with local experts. At this forum on June 25, the topic at hand was food marketing, and how to become label savvy.

Giovanni, a mentor with Full Circle Brotherhood through YMCA Youth & Family Services, participated in NCLR Events’ Resilient Youth Press Event, where local youth share their powerful stories. At this March event, Giovanni talked about the obstacles he faced early in life and what he did to overcome.

Female athletes from across the globe gathered at YMCA Anthony Bowen for a jam-packed day of discussions, workouts and debates. As part of the Global Sports Mentoring Program, and in collaboration with the University of Tennessee, through espnW and the U.S. Department of State women harness the power of mentoring and were able to connect with female Y leaders.

Through the Horizons Leadership Development Program at Sligo Elementary School, provided through YMCA Youth & Family Services, students discussed what makes a good leader. This program is dedicated to helping young people realize their influence and how to channel life’s obstacles to find inner strength.

Community races and runs are a great way for an organization to generate awareness. At the annual Leesburg 20K/5K and kids’ fun run, proceeds help YMCA Loudoun County.

Many of our YMCAs host food drives to ensure local families have a satisfying meal on Thanksgiving or Christmas. Here, a D.C. family picks up their Thanksgiving feast at the now closed YMCA National Capital.

Instead of filling up on their Halloween sweets, students at YMCA Loudoun County shared their bounty with active military as part of Operation Gratitude. They bagged up their candies and wrote notes, which were sent to serving military men and women.

In October 2015, we received a generous donation from Redi Clinic at Rite Aid Pharmacy to help further the Y’s devotion to disease prevention.

In the Y’s 164-year history in D.C., we have been committed to serving communities in innovative and resourceful ways. Here’s how our volunteers and staff were able to evoke personal and social change in 2015.



of scholarships and subsidies, local children and families who turned to the Y for help, were able to participate in swim lessons, summer camps, youth sports and more.

Services like counseling, early intervention and mentoring were provided to


and adults through YMCA Youth & Family Services(YFS). YFS provides free-of-charge programs to Montgomery County’s neediest families.

Many D.C.-area children struggle with hunger, but the Y was able to provide 382,216 meals and snacks to 106,408 youth.

To help the Y fulll our mission,


donated 64,243 hours of their time.

Through scholarships,


of the campers at YMCA Camp Letts, our overnight camp, were able to enjoy an action-packed summer.

Food deserts are common in parts of D.C., denying families easy access to quality foods and produce. The Y donated

over 5,000 lbs

of organic produce.

Presence & Partnerships

The support of our passionate leaders that enable us to have a far-reaching impact. Thanks to their fundraising, guidance, connections, advocacy and governance, the Y continues to be a catalyst for growth in our region.

Board of Directors

Keith Smith (Chair of the Board)

Prime Policy Group

Robert Bolle

Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin

Dave DiLuigi

M & T Bank

Michelle Hallerdin

Principal at Elpis Consulting

Roland Hawthorne

The Meltzer Group

Norma Hutcheson (retired)

U.S. Postal Service

Michael Jackson

Maryland State Delegate

Michael Repass

Internal Revenue Service

Sandra Robinson

Robinson Law Firm, PLLC

Fitzroy Smith

George Washington University

Judah (“Jud”) Sommer (retired)

Retired Managing Director, Goldman Sachs & Co.

Kathryn Speakman

Cardinal Bank

Roderic Woodson

Holland & Knight LLP

Lesley Zork

Jack H. Olender & Associates, PC

Our Leadership

Angie L. Reese-Hawkins

President & CEO

Pamela Curran

Chief Operating Officer

Stacey Leoniak

Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Janice Williams

Senior Vice President, Program Development

Our Donors


  • Leonard Paper Company


  • Perfect Sense Digital
  • Sysco Eastern Maryland


  • Annapolis Subaru
  • Cybex
  • Steven J. Justis
  • My Office Products
  • Nauticon Imaging Systems
  • Bernard Penney
  • Leonard Paper Company
  • Leonie Penney
  • Pepco Holding, INC
  • Princeton Area Community Foundation
  • Arnold Steckler
  • Justin Steven
  • St. Mary’s Episcopal Church
  • Sysco Eastern Maryland
  • The Boeing Company
  • Washington Forrest Foundation


  • Annapolis Beer Week
  • CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
  • Coker Foundation
  • Community Foundation for the National Capital Region
  • Devotion to Children
  • Lynda M. Horvath
  • Kiwanis Foundation of Bethesda
  • Robert Linn
  • Montgomery Printing Solutions, LLC
  • Network for Good
  • Rite Aid
  • John Sissala
  • Deborah & Judah Sommer
  • The Brick Companies
  • Walmart Foundation
  • Washington Gas
  • Wells Fargo Foundation


  • ABC Events
  • Annapolis Beer Week
  • Mussie Betre
  • Kevin Beverly
  • Rohini D. Chopra
  • Richard Christensen
  • Pamela Curran
  • John & Linda Derrick
  • Dan Dixon
  • Federal Aviation Administration
  • John Hanson
  • John & Linda Derrick Family Fund
  • Kohl’s
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Anne M. Magruder
  • Montgomery Printing Solutions, LLC
  • Brian Nason
  • Precision Environmental Services Inc.
  • Angie L. Reese-Hawkins
  • Anthony T. Hawkins
  • Precision Environmental Services, INC
  • Carol Rubino
  • S&S Worldwide
  • Savers, Inc.
  • Leigh Taylor-Kron
  • The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region
  • Twin Springs Fruit Farm
  • United Way of the National Capital
  • Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
  • Whole Foods Market


  • Allstate Foundation
  • Annapolis Yacht Club Foundation
  • Arlington Career Center
  • Ayrlawn Donations
  • Bullis School
  • Charity Car Donation Center
  • Richard Christensen
  • CIB, LLC
  • Clarence Campbell
  • Leyla Coker
  • Columbus Club of Arlington
  • David Di Luigi
  • Dimick Foundation
  • Dominion
  • Agnes Dover
  • Reynard Eaglin
  • Early, Cassidy & Schilling
  • David Fowler
  • Freddie Mac Foundation
  • Sandra Fuller
  • Katherine Gould-Martin
  • Peter Grazzini
  • Greenbriar Media, LLC
  • GRO Development, LLC
  • Greg Hamilton
  • Brian Heilman
  • Carson Henry
  • Thomas Hoopengar
  • Mary Alice Ingles
  • Michael Jackson
  • Larry Jennings
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Jane Josephs
  • Claude Keener
  • Kiwanis Foundation
  • March of Giving
  • Walter McCormick
  • Meagan McKissick
  • Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, LLC
  • Microsoft Matching Gifts Program
  • Daniel Newlon
  • Tevin Phifer
  • James Politis
  • Carolyn Samuel-King
  • James Sandiford
  • Fitzroy Smith
  • Deborah Sommer
  • Bill Stratton
  • Northern Trust
  • David Repass
  • Major Riddick
  • Bill Roske
  • James Sandiford
  • Ra’fat Shehadeh
  • Joann Smith
  • S.S. Int. Middle School PTSA
  • Bill Stratton
  • Abbas Tabatabaei
  • The Rouse Company Foundation
  • Select Auto Imports
  • Serei Tsoy
  • Colin Uckert
  • Verizon Foundation
  • Vesta Corporation
  • Wallace Foundation
  • Leah Wallace
  • Wells Fargo Foundation
  • Janice Williams
  • Roderic Woodson
  • WTOP


  • Alan & Amy Metzer Family Foundation
  • America’s Charities
  • Ameri Health
  • Patricia Anessi
  • Heidi Applebaum
  • Avalon Settlements
  • B3 Solution
  • Sue Bartley
  • Donnie Bryant
  • Rhonda Ballute
  • Baum Foundation
  • Mary Jane Bolle
  • Robert Bolle
  • Lamar Braithwaite
  • Janet Chiu
  • Julia Clark
  • Joyce Clements-Smith
  • Robert Cohen
  • Jennifer Collins
  • Mary Mayo Danforth
  • Katelyn Davidson
  • John DeGout
  • Anne Dellinger
  • Mark Dibble
  • Edgewater Fitness
  • Michelle Eichhorn
  • Walter Ennaco
  • Freeman Foundation
  • McLean Bible Church
  • Melissa Garcia
  • GCS, INC
  • Georgetown University
  • Neil Gillen
  • Jean Gwaltney
  • Michelle Hallerdin
  • Artis Hampshire-Cowan
  • Harmony Lodge #22 F&M
  • Heymann Realty
  • Meredith Higgins
  • Diane Hunter
  • Alex Inglese
  • Allison Jones
  • Felecia Jones
  • Gene Jones
  • Rama Kapur
  • Loretta King
  • Michael Klesius
  • Sharon Knight
  • Craig Kullman
  • Mel Labat
  • Largo Foursquare Church
  • Peter Lee
  • Stacey Leoniak
  • Lerch, Early & Brewer
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Laurens Maclure, Jr.
  • Brian Madden
  • Heidi Manatzourani
  • Meltzer Carroll Life
  • Abby Moffat
  • Monument Bank
  • Ryan Moorhart
  • Weslia Morris
  • Brian Nason
  • Elizabeth Nason
  • Navy Dental Officers and Spouses Club
  • Mary Jo Newlon
  • Oakleaf Club of Greater Washington
  • Quentin O’Bryan
  • Barbara Ott
  • Julio Orellana
  • Amy Pequignot
  • Cynthia Price
  • Barbara Pulgar
  • Karen Robinson
  • Anne Salzman
  • Fabien Santel
  • Select Auto Imports
  • Richard Shropshire
  • John Solomon
  • Kathryn Speakman
  • Stone’s Cove Kitbar
  • St. Theresa Church
  • Martin Szulinski
  • Lee Taylor-Kron
  • Tempus
  • The Bean Foundation
  • The Brokaw Foundation
  • Velma Tinner
  • Kathleen Torok
  • David Treadwell
  • Walmart Foundation
  • Martha Wells
  • Christine Whilite
  • Audrey Wyatt
  • YMCA Arlington
  • YMCA Fairfax County Reston
  • Yorktown High School


  • 7 11
  • Act of Alexandria
  • George Aelion
  • Alexandria YMCA
  • Barry Alvin
  • Rebecca Apete
  • Yemisi Awosika
  • Viviana Azar
  • Naomi Balto
  • Steven Bartlett
  • Debra Bergoffen
  • Terese Bernstein
  • Marc Bjorkman
  • Peter Black
  • Linda Blake
  • Cherae Bishop
  • Samuel Bradley
  • Peter Briscoe
  • Joseph Brooks
  • Carolyn Burns
  • Michael Calingaert
  • Calomiris Staff
  • Mary Agnes Carey
  • Alexis Casby
  • Carolyn Dean
  • Ronald Delovitch
  • David Cary
  • Chinese Disco
  • Chipotle Mexican Grill
  • David Cox
  • Cubano’s Restaurant
  • George Dailey
  • Betsy Davis
  • Jorge Diaz
  • James Donaldson
  • Carol Ann Drohan
  • Rose Edwards
  • Karin Fangman
  • John Brenden Flood
  • Lisa Flynn
  • Ted Fields
  • Edward Fones
  • Chelly Foster
  • Stuart Frisch
  • Charlie Garlow
  • Gap Foundation
  • Elizabeth Garvey
  • Lisa Gelb
  • Michael Gough
  • Donielle Griffin
  • Bob Hanson
  • Mark Hellmer
  • Elizabeth Herington
  • Ziada Hernandez
  • Melissa Hockstad
  • Kiara Holloman
  • John Howe
  • George Hunter
  • Raymon Husson
  • Terry Island
  • Julie Johnson
  • Juler Dorner Partners, LLC
  • Juan Kaviani
  • Elizabeth King
  • Harvey Kinston
  • Rachel Koplow
  • Paula Kowalczuk
  • William Kuster
  • Ledo Pizza
  • Lifetouch National School Studio
  • Phillip Mack
  • Diane Mangano-Cohen
  • Andrew Mason
  • April Massey
  • Laura Mauceri
  • Tina McCallister
  • Judy McFadden
  • Michael Meccia
  • Victor Morales
  • Mohamed Muhsin
  • Nicolas Muinoz
  • Ramaswany Murari
  • Ellen Myerberg
  • Carolyn Myles
  • NCY Donations
  • Kathleen Niles
  • Laurence Nurse
  • Uchenna Obinabo-Mabazza
  • Mary O’Gorman
  • David Pancost
  • Patient First
  • Bianca Patterson
  • Ottoniel Perez
  • Nancy Perry
  • Steve Pinchotti
  • Wellington Pitts
  • Julia Pounds
  • Thomas Raffa
  • Gayle Robinson
  • Barbara Rogers
  • Alexa Rukstele
  • Ashley Rush
  • Sallie Mae, INC
  • Celeste Santifer
  • Kia Savage
  • Annette Saxon
  • Nancy Selden
  • Allison Shapira
  • Jeanette Skow
  • Pamela Smith
  • Ellen Straney
  • Shahnaz Tabibi
  • Gregory Taft
  • Talin Tahmasian
  • Alice Takemoto
  • Christine Taylor
  • Terrance Taylor
  • Cotton Timberlake
  • Janet Tingley
  • Richard Tingley
  • Total Management, Inc.
  • Mark Tsai
  • Twin Springs Fruit Farm
  • Russell Washington
  • Will Wilder
  • Carole Samuel-Botts
  • Theresa Testoni
  • Madeline Waters
  • Malla Wedberg
  • Jane Wendelin
  • Darrell Wilksin
  • John Wilson
  • Gregory Wims
  • Libby Wolff
  • Sereen Yusuf
  • Stephen Zepecki
  • Capital & Endowment support

Our Branch Locations

Washington D.C. Locations

YMCA of Metropolitan Washington 1112 16th Street, NW, Suite 720
Washington, D.C. 20036

YMCA Anthony Bowen 1325 W Street, NW
Washington D.C., 20009

YMCA Calomiris Program Center 1906 Allison Street, NE
Washington, D.C. 20018

YMCA Capital View Program Center 2118 Ridgecrest Court, SE
Washington, D.C. 20020

YMCA at the Children’s House U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development
451 7th Street, SW
Washington D.C., 20410

Virginia Locations

YMCA Alexandria 420 East Monroe Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22301

YMCA Arlington 3422 North 13th Street
Arlington, VA 22201

YMCA Arlington Tennis & Squash Center 3400 North 13th Street
Arlington, VA 22201

YMCA Fairfax County Reston 12196 Sunset Hills Road
Reston, VA 20190

YMCA Loudoun County Program Center 26B Fairfax Street SE
Leesburg, VA 20175

YMCA Woodmont Gymnastics Center 2422 Fillmore Street
Arlington, VA 22207

Maryland Locations

YMCA Ayrlawn Program Center 5650 Oakmont Avenue
Bethesda, MD 20817

YMCA Bowie Program Center At Trinity Lutheran Church
6600 Laurel Bowie Road
Bowie, MD 20715

YMCA Camp Letts 4009 Camp Letts Road
Edgewater, MD 21037

YMCA Silver Spring 9800 Hastings Drive
Silver Spring, MD 20901

YMCA Youth & Family Services Administrative Office
9601 Colesville Road
Silver Spring, MD 20901


REVENUE & SUPPORT $50,502,872
Membership Dues $21,056,667
Program Fees $23,141,455
Grants $3,822,810
Contributions $2,231,405
Net Investment Income $239,135
Other $11,400
EXPENSES $53,435,624
Physical Education and Athletics $23,155,110
Developmental Care $15,038,250
Community services $3,589,009
Day Camps $2,646,338
Resident Camping $2,163,911
Group-Social Rehabilitation $129,886
Management & General $6,193,563
Fundraising $519,557
Strengthening Our Position
Assets $73,303,471
Liabilities $47,943,270
Net Assets $25,360,201