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After School Credential

Competency G
Lizandra Rivera lrivera@ymcamke.org (910) 467 3503

Comp G.4 Community Partners


Instructions: Identify all the community partners engaged with your program and the role
each plays. How are the children in your program engaged with the larger community? If
your program engages volunteers, what are their responsibilities and what oversight is
provided?
Community Partners:
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United Way provides financial support through donations.


Wells Fargo sponsor of Day Camp programs.
Milwaukee Chinooks Day Camp program field trip sponsor.
Milwaukee Brewers Day Camp program field trip sponsor.
Chicago Sky WNBA Day Camp program field trip sponsor.
Walmart provides financial support through the Walmart Grant for School Age
Programs.

How are the children in your program engaged with the larger community?

The children in my program have the opportunity to participate and enjoy field trips
thanks to sponsors like the Milwaukee Brewers.
Children are able to participate in Day Camps that focus on closing the gap of
learning lost during the summer like Camp F.L.Y. (Fun Learning for Youth).
The children in my program have the opportunity to support organizations through
donations and fundraisers.

Volunteers and their responsibilities:


A. Program Volunteers - Provide leadership and support to group activities and
programs by coaching Youth Sports, aiding in our member services, supporting
healthy living programs, mentoring high school students, becoming a buddy with the
Miracle League of Milwaukee, helping out at YMCA Camp Minikani, and assisting with
one of our youth development programs.
B. Philanthropy Volunteers - Help to raise the funds to ensure that YMCA programs
are open to everyone regardless of economic circumstances, while gaining valuable
leadership and community building experience. Volunteer opportunities are available
for the annual campaign as well as various capital campaigns.
C. Special Events Volunteers - Help to plan, promote and run events that strengthen
the community. Events such as fun runs, family nights, and teen nights are just
some of the ways for you to help the Y strengthen the foundations of community.
D. Policy Volunteers - Provide leadership to the YMCA through membership on a
Center Board, Board of Directors, or one of the associated committees.