Jump to main navigationJump to page content

YMCA of Central Stark County

To put Christian Principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

  1. Home
  2. Give
  3. Heritage Club

Heritage Club

Heritage Club

YMCA Heritage Club members are friends of the YMCA who are committed to preserving the heritage of the YMCA for years to come.  Through their generous contributions, these people have given the YMCA the means to maintain long-range financial stability, which ensures that our programs, traditions and mission will continue for future generations.

"We support the Heritage Club because endowment will help assure that future generations inherit and benefit from the YMCA mission and principles."  ~ Larry & Nancy Hoover

"Over 68 years ago, I became a member of the Y in Cleveland.  I learned to swim and enjoyed a variety of Y programs and attended the Cleveland Y camp.  All of these activities were made available to me, because previous generations of generous and caring people provided the financial resources.  I feel it is my responsibility to give back a little of what was given to me, to help provide Y programs and facilities for future generations that will follow.  Our Heritage Club helps make this possible through its permanent endowment program." ~ Bill Cumler

"We just love our community and enjoy giving back to our community through the Y." ~ RC* & Pat Miller     *deceased

Create your own legacy!  Most people do not realize that making a gift is easier than they think.  There are many ways to make a significant impact on the YMCA's future.  Some of the choices are:

  • Gifts of Cash
  • Bonds & Securities
  • Gifts of Property
  • Life Estate / Personal Residence Trust
  • Charitable Gift Annuity
  • Charitable Lead Trust
  • Charitable Remainder Trust
  • Deferred Payment Charitable Gift Annuity
  • Life Insurance
  • Living Trust General Bequest
  • Wills
  • Testamentary Trust
  • Financial / Retirement Accounts


Gifts to the Endowment Fund may be directed for the general purposes of the YMCA or to a particular branch of the YMCA of Central Stark County.  They may also be designated as restricted for special purposes such as capital improvements, camp scholarships, senior programs, child care scholarships, leadership opportunities, etc.

We recommend that you seek tax advice from your attorney or personal planner regarding which type of planned giving instrument is best for you.  If you would like to receive more information or receive assistance in making a gift to the YMCA of Central Stark County, please contact the Corporate Service Center at 330 491 9622.