Presentation on theme: "2014 SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 18th Annual Tribute to Jackie Robinson & Scholarship Gala Saturday, April 26, 2014 6pm Sheraton Harbor Island Hotel & Resort."— Presentation transcript:
2014 SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 18th Annual Tribute to Jackie Robinson & Scholarship Gala Saturday, April 26, 2014 6pm Sheraton Harbor Island Hotel & Resort A LIFE IS NOT IMPORTANT EXCEPT IN THE IMPACT IT HAS ON OTHER LIVES. JACKIE ROBINSON
Failure is not an option when it comes to helping all children graduate from college. Since 1997, the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA has awarded over 150 scholarships... to college-bound high school seniors from San Diego County's most critical community. The Challenge Our service area is challenged by high drop-out rates, unemployment and poverty. 35% of households earn less than $25K per year. 52 documented gangs in Southeastern San Diego. Our programs teach character, values, physical skills, and self-esteem, and provide life-saving alternatives to gangs and violence. Michael Brunker Executive Director, Jackie Robinson Family YMCA
The Community The Jackie Robinson YMCA serves the Southeastern San Diego communities of Alta Vista, Logan, Bay Terraces, Chollas View, Emerald Hills, Encanto, Gateway, Golden Hill, Grant Hill, Jamacha-Lomita, Lincoln Park, Logan Heights, Memorial, Mountain View, Mt. Hope, Oak Park, Paradise Hills, Shelltown, Sherman Heights, Skyline, Southcrest, Stockton, Valencia Park, Webster and neighborhood communities in National City north of 18th Street and west of I-805. Currently, the area is experiencing unparalleled growth, a trend that is expected to continue for the next 10 to 15 years. ETHNICITY Hispanic142,71152% Asian46,50217% Black40,36315% White24,6999% Two or more races 8,3933% Hawaiian/ Pacific Islander 6,2282% Other2,2951% AGE 0-1991,15733% 20-44100,41437% 45 plus80,78530% Median Age 31.18 Total Population 272,356 HOUSEHOLD INCOME Under $25k26,28237% $25k-$50k22,93232% Under $50k Total 49,21468% $50k-$75k12,85918% $75k plus9,87413% Total Households 71,947 Persons per Household 3.6 Median Household Income $35,496
Our Members The YMCA has been a great help to me and my family by offering programs designed around children of all age groups. It gives my children the opportunity to have experiences I would not otherwise be able to provide. I am grateful to the YMCA for making it possible for my children to belong. In camp, my children have learned how to interact with others their own age and during difficult situations. They have also learned how to cope and deal with things that may not go their way using character values. My children have also learned how to swim at the YMCA. Adore-16, Julian-13, Anthony-8, Brielle-7, and Bre Yon-7 None of this would be possible without the financial aid I receive. This is a great benefit for me as well, being a single mother of 5 children working full time without receiving any child support to help pay for the programs at the YMCA. Since my family was terminated from the Calworks welfare-to-work program due to budget issues, this has been the only program that I can afford and that is only because of the financial assistance program that was offered. There are so many reasons why my family loves the Y but one of the things I like about the programs is the staff. The staff is very friendly and helpful, and works with me to offer the FA that I need in order to allow my children to attend. I also like that the schedules coincide with my work hours to accommodate parents who work longer hours. I think that everyone should know that the Jackie Robinson YMCA is a family-oriented organization that doesnt discriminate against race, age, religion, disabilities, financial situations, etc. At the Y, you are treated with respect and as if you are part of the family. Thank you for taking my family in as one of your own. - Vickiquita Rucker, Y Member and Parent
With Your Support 10 high school seniors will be awarded college scholarships. $86,000 in membership subsidies will be given to more than 1,000 families in need. 2,000 children involved in youth sports will receive nearly $25,000 in program subsidy over four seasons. 800 children will learn to swim at our YMCA and receive an average 60% program subsidy amounting to over $15,000. Over 1,500 children will be able to attend summer day camp on a sliding scale. Our 2013 Scholarship Recipients: Carolina Leon, Gabriela Mejia, Javier Jesus Mendez, Jessica Aguilar, Kristoff Lamont Lilliard, Limna S. Lio Hernandez, Lydiette Okaira DeJesus, Malcolm-Josiah Foster, Mayra Rodriguez, Natalie Shaw, Radhiya Bryant Ramona (77) and Joe (80) Daniels have participated for several years in our Active Older Adults workout group that meets four times a week and includes events like a Senior Prom, Birthday Parties, weekly potlucks, and much more. We made a lot of friends with our workout class, and the Y has provided many benefits with their free outings, special treats, etc., says Ramona. Adds Joe, There are a lot of good things that have happened to me in my lifetime. Coming to the YMCA has been the best thing. My life began when I started coming to the Jackie Robinson Y. I have a lot more energy, motivation, and things just seem brighter.
Past Scholarship Recipients 2012 Josue Calzada Samuel Drew Kiana Elliott Ariana Federico Michelle Hernandez Alma Mendoza Nataly Orozco Chrisitan Sanchez Korral TGaylor Gamilah West Michael Wright 2011 Ania Boyd LaToya Banks Cristian Davila Blanca Hernandez Evrin Peavy AunTwanette Murphy Rosa Rios Sergio Rios Curtis Royall III Patricia Woods 2010 Abel Salas Andre Cherry Anthony Cherry Crystal Morgan Dartanyun Johnson Jerry Stevenson Johanna Mejia Nonoy Suguitan Obsa Ali Yulma Rubio 2009 Fadhi Ali Pharon Baker Devon S. Boone Gloria Chukwueke Micah-Christian Foster Marquis Hayes Jaimie Hernandez Jamellah Johnson Lachanae Mcafee Roriscilla Wright 1999 Maria Alvarez Janita Griffin Barry Harris Samuel James Victoria Jones Brenita Kagler-Porter Louangviseth Lasaath DeVonne Mitchell Brett Moore NhuQuynh Tran 1998 Ruth Carter Rachel Evans Ronald Hodge Nancy Jurado Kelly Luong Ashanti Smith Anasa Victoria 1997 Christine Basic Edna Malaga Christopher Wright 2008 Maria Del Rosario Jimenez Yesenia Hernandez Kirstyne Lange Whitney McMahan Vladimir Medenica Ashly Solono Karlis Thorpe Theresa Tran Joel Walker DeAndrae Woods 2007 Albert Ayson Jr. Jasmine Campbell Nyemal Chuol Lauren Gutierrez Angela Khamkhiem Cody Marshall Lakeshia Newsome Letriece Patton Monet Perez Toriano Thomas 2006 Brionna Baker Jorge Barrera Sabrana Boyd Jessica Gonzales John Knapp Ramla Mohamoud Yasmeen Salaam Abel Salgado Danielle Santos Courtney Sellers Dominique Streeter 2005 Tiona Brown Alisa De La Cruz Fatuma Guyo Akilah Hicks Sasha Knox Christine Lai James Malone Kheshan Nelson Yasmin Perez Jaree Streeter Juan Carlos Vargas 2004 Gracie Austin Meri Birhane Austin Jones Richard Morgan Florence Pacho Sakhone Phommarat Marlon Pierce Judith Silva 2003 Kleulia Blackmon Raynell Crews Crystal Flournoy Mohamed Hirsi Jackie IIemaleota Dante Jones Shawnte Lewis 2002 Shanika Honeycutt Jessica Hunt Daniel Kidane Linda Ngoc Le Erica Smith 2001 Naisha Allen Yadani Bayene Nyadak Tut Deng Rochelle McFarlin Amber Overstreeet Amber Trigueros-Clemons Winetta Greenlee 2000 Joseph Davis Leeann Douglas Willie Green Precious Jackson Shavecca Keels Nicole Mitchell Spencer Smith Javon Taylor
Higher Education Barnard College Bennett College California Lutheran University CSU Chico CSU Dominguez Hills CSU Fresno CSU Fullerton CSU Heyward CSU Long Beach CSU Los Angeles CSU San Marcos CSU Stanislaus City College Duke University Fort Belvoir George Washington University Grossmont College Recipients of JRYMCA scholarships have attended Ivy League schools as well as local and California colleges. Harvard University Howard University Humboldt State University Loyola Marymount Mills College Miramar College Mt. Saint Marys College Montana State University Morehouse College Norfolk State University Northwestern University Notre Dame Pepperdine University Point Loma Nazarene San Diego City College San Diego State University San Francisco State University San Jose State University Simmons College Southwestern College Spelman College Stillman College Texas Southern University Tuskegee University University of Redlands University of California, Berkeley University of California, Los Angeles University of California, San Diego University of Pennsylvania University of Southern California Virginia State University
Platinum Sponsorship Title sponsor of the event. Branding on all PR materials. Full-page color/cover ad in the program. Special recognition and speaking opportunity at the event. JRYMCA program named in honor of the sponsor for one year. Sponsor banner displayed prominently at JRYMCA for one year. Scholarship naming opportunity. Table for 10 at the Gala dinner with premium dugout seating. $42,000 Diamond Sponsorship Branding on all PR materials. Full-page color ad in the program. Special recognition and speaking opportunity at the event. JRYMCA program named in honor of the sponsor for one year. Sponsor banner displayed prominently at JRYMCA for one year. Scholarship naming opportunity. Table for 10 at the Gala dinner with premium dugout seating. $20,000
VIP Sponsorship Premium dugout seating for one. VIP reception, including a selection of premium wines and a backstage pass music studio recording event at the Rancho Santa Fe home of Kim & Ray McKewon. Only 20 seats available! $600 Silver Sponsorship Quarter-page ad in the program. JRYMCA program named in honor of the sponsor for one year. Sponsor banner displayed prominently at JRYMCA for one year. Table for 10 at the Gala dinner with premium dugout seating. $5,000 Gold Sponsorship Half-page ad in the Souvenir Program. JRYMCA program named in honor of the sponsor for one year. Scholarship naming opportunity. Sponsor banner displayed prominently at JRYMCA for one year. Table for 10 at the Gala dinner with premium dugout seating. $10,000
2013 Sponsors Acorn Press | HG Daniels Company Sheryl & Harvey White | Torrey Pines Bank Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina | Donna Queen Bronze Gold Silver Platinum The Hunter Family The Hunter Family Connie Nelson Connie Nelson
Sponsorship Yes! I would like to become a sponsor and support the mission and efforts of the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA! Your Name Company Name Street Address City State Zip Best Contact Phone Number Email Address METHOD OF PAYMENT [ ] VISA [ ] MASTERCARD [ ] AMEX [ ] DISCOVER [ ] Check (Payable to JYMCA) Name as it appears on Card Card #Exp. Date3-digit Security Code SignatureDate LEVEL OF SPONSORSHIP [ ] Platinum - $42,000 [ ] Diamond - $20,000 [ ] Gold - $10,000 [ ] Silver - $5,000 [ ] VIP Seats - $600 each @ _____# of seats requested [ ] My Employer has a Matching Funds Program JACKIE ROBINSON FAMILY YMCA 151 YMCA Way San Diego, CA 92102 619 264 0144 jackierobinson.ymca.org The Jackie Robinson Family YMCA is a branch of the YMCA of San Diego County, an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) organization, tax identification number 95-2039198
The Number 42 Sixty one years Ive been in baseball. Ive played and worked with some of the all-time legends, like Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Ted Williams, and Dave Winfield. Right near the top of that list was Jackie Robinson, who not only broke records, he shattered the barriers. He not only made a big difference in the game, he forever changed baseball. Jackie led, so that players like Satchel Paige, Willie Mays, and Hank Aaron could follow. But Jackies contribution shouldnt be measured on his batting average. Its much bigger than that. Jackie wanted to make a difference in the lives of at-risk kids - with mentoring programs and scholarships for deserving youth. Join me as we fight that good fight - to give a better future to our kids. When it comes to our kids, we all have to pitch in. Jerry Coleman The Other 42 Tribute to Jackie Robinson & Scholarship Gala Founder and Honorary Chair, in Memoriam
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