Y-Opoly: The Granite YMCA Edition Annual Tasting & Benefit Auction
In support of those in need, the YMCA of Greater Londonderry is pleased to announce its annual fundraising event.
“The Annual Tasting and Benefit Auction is our major fundraiser for the year,” said Lisa Fitzgerald, Branch Director of the YMCA of Greater Londonderry. “All proceeds raised from this event directly benefit those in need to be able to access a variety of services at our YMCA, such as camp, child care, membership, youth programs, or our health & wellness offerings.”
YMCA of Greater Londonderry presents:
Y-Opoly, The Granite YMCA Edition Annual Tasting & Benefit Auction
Thursday, May 3, 2018, 5:30 - 8:00 pm
Castleton Banquet Facility
58 Enterprise Drive, Windham, NH
“Last year, we were proud to provide financial assistance to over 1,000 local individuals and families,” said Ms. Fitzgerald. “This includes subsidized access to programs, YMCA Day Camp Pa-Gon-Ki, child care and memberships at our branch. Between financial assistance and free services, our overall contribution amounted to more than $37,000.”
Y-Opoly Annual Tasting & Benefit Auction will feature a silent and live auction, samples of wines, beers and tastings from local restaurants. Attendees at the event will also hear from some of those who have benefitted from the YMCA, as well as from staff and board members.
“We’re fortunate to have a committed advisory board and they play an important role in this event,” said Ms. Fitzgerald.
The YMCA of Greater Londonderry advisory board members include: Nick Therrien (Chair), Ashley Larochelle, (Vice Chair), Tammy Siekmann, Kerry Lekas, Ken Gould, Dr. Kerry Houston, Debra Paul, Frank Donlan, John Visconti, Thomas Hosey, Gabriel Leon, Stacey Bruzzese, John Skevington, Andrew White, Doug Thomas, and Shari Durazzano.
Tickets to the event are just $30 per person and can be purchased online at www.graniteymca.org or by contacting Ms. Fitzgerald at the YMCA 603.437.9622 or via email at email@example.com.
About The Granite YMCA
As one of the state’s longest standing and most enduring non-profits, The Granite YMCA focuses on youth development, healthy living, social responsibility, and family strengthening. Across the state, its six branches engage 30,000 men, women and children – regardless of age, income or background – to improve their health and well-being, and provide opportunities to give back and support neighbors. In 2015, The Granite YMCA provided