The Greater Hollywood YMCA recently held its 2017 Legacy and Capital Campaign Volunteer Leadership Awards on January 21.
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citizen of his community who believed in giving back. He also believed in the Y and its mission, and because of his leadership and generosity in the 1980s, the Greater Hollywood Y made it through a tough economic time to become the great, family Y it is today.
“All three honorees have played integral roles in the success of the Hollywood YMCA, as well as the community,” said YMCA of South Florida Vice President of Operations Jean Riederer. “It’s through their leadership and generous support that we are able to continue to fulfill our YMCA mission of providing programs and services that help youth and families grow in our community.”
About the YMCA of South Florida
The Y is a leading nonprofit committed to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Every day, the Y works hard to build healthy, confident, connected and secure children, adults, families and communities through over 200 afterschool, preschool, special needs, sports, camp and youth programs, family centers, and senior health outreach sites. To learn more, visit www.ymcaofsouthflorida.org, connect on Facebook or Twitter, or call a Y near you.