Anaheim Family YMCA

PARTNERSHIP PROFILE

Shared goal(s): Continue or Leverage existing partnerships to meet youth needs, Provide access to quality food to local communities through direct transportation.

Description: 

Anaheim YMCA is connected with the districts to have ASES staff help with grab-and-go meals. The districts have used YMCA resources, staff, buses and supplies to bring food to local communities so that individuals who do not have transportation still have access to meals. The work from home staff developed supplemental "boredom buster" activity packets for students in their afterschool time.

Web site: https://www.anaheimymca.org/

Lead organization partners: YMCA Anaheim

Kinds of organization: Faith-based Non-profit Organization, School/School District

Participant population: Families, Individual Community Members

Youth development support targetted: Health Education/Healthy Behaviors/Healthy Routines/Nutrition, Out-of-School Time Academic Enrichment/Extended Learning, Parent/Caregiver/Guardian Resources

Primary funding source: Government Entity/Grant, Individual Contributions, Private Philanthropic Foundation

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SUPPORT DETAILS: INITIATIVE, PROGRAM, SERVICE

Timeframe: Fall 2020 (Academic Year), Summer 2020, Winter 2020 (Academic Year)

Location: California

Total capacity: The total capacity or target enrollment of the program is 4 school districts.

Health and safety: Compliance with State/County/City guidance, Physical distancing, Required masks for all--adults and youth--on site

How do you address inequity? 

Contact information: 

Teresa Ayon
Anaheim YMCA
tayon@anaheimymca.org

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