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Carol Ann Curran

In lieu of flowers, we invite you to donate to the following projects in memory of Mrs. Carol Curran ( Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Pamela Curran’s Mother): the YMCA of Metropolitan Washington’s Acts of Kindness Fund. You may still send flowers in addition to your donation, but if you prefer to send […]


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IRA’s & Retirement Plans

IRA’s and Retirement Plans How it works: If instead of another person, you gift your IRA distribution to a YMCA, you can claim a deduction for your gift. The deduction is an itemized deduction, so in order to take advantage of the tax break, you have to forgo your standard deduction. However, the deduction is […]


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Life Insurance

Life Insurance How it works: Donors can make a sizable face value gift for a minimal outlay of cash. May give an existing policy ( fully paid, partially paid or a new policy) Naming the YMCA as beneficiary. Upon the donor’s death, the YMCA will receive all or portions designated from the policy. The donor […]


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Deferred Gifts

Deferred Gifts How it works: Charitable Lead Trust your heir will benefit with lower tax rate and the charity receives an annual payment Confer with your accountant, tax advisor or wealth manager


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Bequest

Bequest How it works: You include a bequest provision in your will or revocable trust At your death, the YMCA Metropolitan Washington (or designated program or branch) receives the bequest you specified


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Real Estate

Real Estate How it works: Real estate is donated or by bequest, reviewing the real estate checklist. Acceptance is subject to the approval of the Board of Directors Benefits You may change your bequest or trust designation at any time You control the funding property during your lifetime Your bequest or trust designation will not […]


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Ellen Cohen

Ellen Bates Griffith Cohen was born on July 9, 1950. She was the third of four children and the only daughter of Thomas Dison Griffith and Mary Elizabeth Bates Griffith. Ellen graduated from Brown University (Providence, Rhode Island) in 1973, and earned her JD from Georgetown Law School (Washington, DC) in 1976. She began her […]


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Jake Taccardi

On behalf of the YMCA of Metropolitan Washington, our President/CEO Angie Reese Hawkins, Board of Directors, staff and the thousands of children served by the YMCA, we are deeply saddened by the loss of a dear friend, Jake. We are indeed thankful to the family of Jake for allowing him to be a part of […]


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Robert Milton Hanson

Bob was an amazing man who gave over 60 years of volunteer service to the YMCA of Metropolitan Washington.  He was a founding father of the YMCA Bethesda-Chevy Chase, and a great supporter of the YMCA mission. Bob was the Chairman of the Board the year the YMCA Bethesda-Chevy Chase opened in 1964.  Bob was […]


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Gregory Williams

It is with tremendous sorrow and plenty of tears that I share news about the death of my life partner and best friend, my husband Greg Williams. Early Monday morning, April 1st, he slipped away after a short but fierce battle with colon cancer. With 35 years of intense love, friendship and an almighty sense […]


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Coach Labat

At its heart, the Mel Labatt Scholarship Fund is about helping children and adults learn to play tennis for life. Therefore it is with deep gratitude that we accept your very kind donation in memory of Mel Labat. Mel has spent a lifetime teaching the community the fundamentals of tennis. Through his junior program, Mel […]


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Stock

Stock – Appreciated stock publically traded or closely held stock How it works: It can be sold by a broker or owner Ascertain fair market value ( i.e. Wall Street Journal) After it is sold the assets are transferred to the YMCA


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SueAnn Anastasia Applewhite

SueAnn Anastasia Applewhite, 58, of Springfield, Virginia died at 5:06 AM on Monday. March 19, 2018, at her residence in Springfield, VA. She was born July 23, 1959, in Port of Spain Trinidad West Indies, to Carol E. Applewhite. She was married, then divorced and is survived by ex-spouses, daughter Danielle K. Hines, and son […]


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Mini/Kid Fit/Teen Programs

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Jujitsu Program – For Adults Only

Ballet

These classes are designed to teach the basics of ballet. Children will gain increased coordination, balance, and flexibility. (Studio 1) Ages: 3-8 When: Preschool (3-5 yr. olds) – Sundays 11:45-12:15 Youth (6-8yr. olds) – Sundays 12:20-1:20 Cost Full Member – $60.00 Program Member $75.00 Register Today


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Martial Arts

This traditional Japanese Martial Arts class allows youth to exercise the entire body and activate every muscle group. Benefits include improved strength, self-control, and mental sharpness while in a safe and caring environment. (Studio II/GYM) New registrations must be approved by Paul Linehan, [email protected], before registering for class. Ages: 6-13 When: Tuesdays 6:00pm-7:00pm with Mr. […]


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Cheer & Dance

Learn the fundamentals of cheerleading including basic motions, jumps, cheers, and chants. Basic dance routines including popular line dances will also be taught. (Studio I) First class starts September 12 Ages: 6-10 When: Youth (6-10) – Thursdays 5:00pm-5:45pm Costs: Full Member – $50:00 Program Member – $65.00 Register Today


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Basketball

These classes are designed to teach the basketball basics of passing, dribbling, shooting, defense and teamwork in a fun and entertaining instructional class setting. (Studio II/GYM). First class starts Sept. 11 Ages: 3-12 When:  Preschool (3-5 yr. olds) Rookies (6-8 yr. olds) Winners (8-12 yr. olds) Cost: Full Member – $60.00 Program Member – $75.00 […]


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