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YMCA Seeks Input in Community Needs Assessment Survey

Filed in Community, NEWS HEADLINES, Schools by on January 30, 2018 0 Comments • views: 532

If you live in Brewster, Chatham, Dennis, Harwich, Orleans, or Yarmouth, the YMCA wants to hear from you! Through February 16, 2018, the YMCA Cape Cod, a cause-driven organization, is hosting an Online Community Needs Assessment Survey to seek input from community members.

Based on the survey findings, the Y will design and deliver new programs and services that address critical issues in the areas of youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. 

“We’re encouraging members of the community to take the online survey and provide feedback to help us better understand the needs of our community and any gaps in services so we can design programs and services based on those service needs and gaps,” said Stacie Peugh, President & CEO, YMCA Cape Cod. 

To participate in the survey, visit www.ymcacapecod.org.  Responses will not be individually tracked and will be kept confidential.  The survey should take no more than 5 minutes to complete.  

About the Y
In 1966, The YMCA Cape Cod was co-founded by volunteer, Wendell P. Chamberlain, and a group of his colleagues:  John Hinckley, Walter Shafer, Howard Penn, Rev. Peter Palches, Sherriff Tulloch, George Karras, John Kayajan, and Paul Lorusso.  The organization was born out of a need to address Cape problems such as juvenile delinquency.  The Y was an opportunity to provide a better youth climate with sports, sportsmanship and constructive social leadership and educational programs.  In 2016, we celebrated 50 years of serving the most pressing community and social needs of various towns across the Cape from affordable early childhood education, to teen leadership and career development and teaching more children to swim than any other organization on Cape Cod.  With a focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, we strengthen the foundation of the Cape Cod community.  

 

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