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The goal of this year's Oneonta YMCA Annual Fundraising Campaign was to raise awareness about the incredible programming at our YMCA, and to further encourage community members to get involved and, more importantly, get their children involved and ACTIVE.
We were greatly inspired by the incredible Beyonce and First Lady Michelle Obama's Let’s Move! Campaign; its vibrant, fresh tone is exactly what the YMCA of Oneonta is about. We love to dance, we love to stay healthy, and we love to inspire others along the way!
Let’s Move! is a comprehensive initiative, launched by the First Lady, dedicated to solving the challenge of childhood obesity within a generation, so that children born today will grow up healthier and be able to pursue their dreams.
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Dancing to Make a Difference
The Oneonta YMCA has been operating at a deficit for the past ten years. This deficit is a direct reflection of our community needs being greater than the current financial capacities of the Oneonta YMCA. The 2013 Dancing to Make a Difference Campaign is vital to ensuring that our YMCA endures this challenging time - the YMCA wants to survive AND thrive, and in doing so, respond to our membership and community needs!
The YMCA offers amazing resources and programming such as aquatics, gymnastics, a fully equipped gym, basketball court, child care, and much more. Only with your support of this year's campaign can the YMCA maintain and continue these amazing offerings to the community.
Visual artists from Arrowhead Highschool (Hartland, WI)
The end result provided the Oneonta YMCA with 41 backers and raised $1,594 to help bring this project to life.
"Our Production team at Certain Grants for their creative vision and time spent making this year's campaign unique and fresh.Their hard work and dedication truly shines through. This production could not have been possible without the Owner, Director and Producer, Beatrice Georgalidis, and her Extraordinary League of Interns, who all became professionals on this set."