YMCA of Rapid City’s endowment is a testament to our commitment to the community’s well-being. It’s a strategic investment ensuring our ability to serve and support future generations with impactful programs and services. Through generous contributions and prudent management, we’re building a solid financial foundation to sustain our mission for years to come, empowering individuals, strengthening families, and enhancing community life. Your support makes a lasting difference throughout the Black Hills.

Donating to the YMCA Endowment is a meaningful way to invest in the future of our community. To contribute, simply contact our dedicated fundraising team at Development@rcymca.org. Your donation can be tailored to your preferences, whether it’s a one-time gift, a recurring donation, or a planned gift in your estate planning. Your support will help ensure the long-term sustainability and impact of the YMCA, enabling us to continue serving the community for generations to come. We deeply appreciate your generosity and commitment to making a difference in the lives of individuals and families in Rapid City.

Endowment Impact

The YMCA Endowment plays a crucial role in our annual operations. It provides a stable source of income that supports a wide range of programs and services, from youth development and wellness initiatives to community outreach efforts. By contributing to our day-to-day operations, the endowment helps us maintain affordability and accessibility, ensuring that individuals and families in our community can continue to benefit from the YMCA’s offerings.

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Establishing a Named Endowment

With a $100,000 gift, a donor can establish a named endowment that carries their legacy or the memory of a loved one for years to come.

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The Heritage Club

The YMCA Heritage Club is a program that recognizes and honors individuals who have made planned gifts or included the YMCA in their estate plans.

It also recognizes donors who give to the future of the YMCA through one-time gifts of $1,000 or more to the Endowment.

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