We are THRILLED to share the progress toward the New Y!

Thanks to 65 donors, who contributed $170,507, there is only $79,493 left to meet the $250,000 match donated by Deployed Logix (DLX), a company that provides equipment for first responders around the world.

The New Y project inspired DLX because it is poised to be a welcoming, easily-accessible, engaging facility for those with disabilities.

“Sometimes families like mine feel marginalized,” said Katie Urhausen, a mom to a daughter with severe disabilities and spokesperson/co-founder for DLX. “It means a lot just to be acknowledged and included. The Y recognizes, welcomes and engages people with disabilities, but can’t put forth their best effort because of the constraints of the old facility.”

Longtime Y member Andy Small stepped up to move this project closer to groundbreaking.

“I thought it was prime time to contribute to a facility that brings community together, a true community space,” said Andy, who loves to play tennis at the Y. “I’m conscious of the critical need people have to recreate, socialize and have an outlet for their energy. And I am happy to be in a position to be able to be generous. Let’s get this new facility constructed!” 

Join Andy and contribute to Deployed Logix’ match!

 

 

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February 1, 2022