YMCA of Hagerstown “Heritage Club”:
The YMCA of Hagerstown Heritage Club is a group of generous individuals or families who have remembered the YMCA in their estate plans.
The Club is a means of keeping donors informed on the activities of the YMCA, and encourages participation in the Endowment Program. In 2003 the Endowment left by members was formally named the “Brother” Harry Wolfe Youth Endowment in honor of Mr. Wolfe as the first Youth Director at the Hagerstown YMCA.
Consider Becoming a Member of the “Heritage Club”… Members of the “Heritage Club” have made a commitment to the long-term needs of the YMCA by one of the following methods:
- Making a one time gift to the endowment of $1,000. You can make your Gift to either of the Hagerstown YMCA’s Endowment Funds listed below.
- Acknowledgement of the YMCA in your Will.
- Establishment of a trust in favor of the YMCA.
If you are interested in learning more about the YMCA Heritage Club, contact Maria Rubeling at 301-739-3990 #4213.
YMCA Endownment Funds:
“Brother” Harry Wolf Youth Endowment Fund:
Named after “Brother” Harry Wolf, the first Boys Works Secretary at the Hagerstown YMCA. The Harry Wolf Youth Endowment Fund is the way our generation can help insure that the Hagerstown YMCA and the values it represents will be there for future generations. An endowment provides strength, stability and perpetual income. It will benefit people of all ages and all walks of life.
The fund is managed by the YMCA Board of Trustees.
Hagerstown YMCA Endowment Fund:
A designated fund established to help provide operating funds for the Hagerstown YMCA’s wide array of programs and services for children and families. The fund provides support to help ensure that no child is turned away from the YMCA due to financial circumstances.
The fund is managed by the Community Foundation of Washington County.
If you are interested in learning more about the YMCA Endowment Programs or making a gift, contact Maria Rubeling at 301-739-3990 #4213.