Prescott Valley

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Proposed Features

40,000 to 45,000 square feet

Ground Level/First Floor

  • Indoor pool
  • Gymnasium
  • Locker rooms
  • Community kitchen
  • Classrooms
  • Administrative offices
  • Early learning center
  • Kid's Adventure (ages 10-13)
  • Rental areas
  • Intergeneration/ Maker Space
  • Childcare area
  • Multipurpose room

Second Floor

  • Indoor track
  • Wellness area
  • Free weight/workout are Spin Studio

Third Floor

  • Rooftop track
  • Studio
  • Covered terrace
  • Exterior
  • Airnasium*
  • Public plaza
  • Playground
  • Outside splash pad
  • 200 parking spaces
  • Drop off/pick up area

Proposed Programs

Aquatics

Adult Sports and Activities

  • Adult Pick—Up Basketball
  • Open Rec Basketball
  • Pickleball
  • Mommy Bootcamp
  • Trek About Walking Club
  • Group Fitness Studio Classes

Youth Sports

  • Youth Basketball
  • Youth Volleyball
  • Itty-Bitty Sports
  • Youth Sports Summer Camp
  • Youth Flag Football

STEM Lab (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)

Day Camp and Afterschool Certifications

  • American Red Cross Lifeguard
  • YMCA Swim Instructor Course
  • American Red Cross Junior Lifeguard
  • American Safety and Health Institute
    Courses: CPR and Basic First Aid

Childcare

  • Preschool
  • Day Camp
  • Child Watch
  • Afterschool

Fitness

  • Silver Sneakers
  • Personal Training
  • Spin Studio
  • Fitness Assessments
  • Fully Equipped Fitness Center

Campaign Cabinet

Brad Fain
Campaign Co-Chair
Fain Signature Group

Michelle Fain Campaign Co-Chair
Fain Signature Group

Dr. Wayne Bennett
Bennett Clinic

Mike DeSoto
M&| Windows

Molly Fernow
Delegat Limited

Tonia Fortner

Stan Goligoski

Stacey Haggart
President, James Family Prescott YMCA

Ronald E. (Ron) James
Deep Well Ranch

Gerald Szostak
Pinnacle Bank

Larry Tarkowski
Manager (retired), Town of Prescott Valley

Marnie Uhl
Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce

Damon Olsen
CEO, YMCA of Yavapai County

Marsha Hollaway
Development Director, YMCA of Yavapai County

Chris Sar
Campaign Director, The Cagney Company

 

 

Major Donors for Recognition:

  • Fain Signature Group
  • Mi Windows and Doors
  • Universal Homes
  • JW Kieckhefer Foundation
  • Margaret T. Morris Foundation
  • Diane & Bruce Halle Foundation
 

Potential Naming Opportunities

Gifts will be sought sequentially, with the levels of lead gifts determining the scope of facility features that we will be able to include in the ultimate facility plan:

  • $5 million Prescott Valley YMCA building
  • $3 million Early Learning Center
  • $3 million Aquatics Complex
  • $1.5 million Gymnasium
  • $1.5 million Airnasium
  • $1 million Welcome Center
  • $1 million Fitness Center
  • $1 million Competition/Lap Pool
  • $850,000 Family/Recreational Pool
  • $750,000 Public Plaza
  • $750,000 Playground
  • $500,000 Cardio Room
  • $500,000 Free Weight Room
  • $350,000 Spin Studio
  • $350,000 Kids Zone
  • $250,000 Aerobics Studio
  • $250,000 Yoga Studio
  • $200,000 Mini Gym
  • $200,000 Splash Pad
  • $200,000 Multi-Generation Maker Space/including STEM Lab
  • $100,000 Women’s Locker Room
  • $100,000 Men’s Locker Room
  • $75,000 Board Room
  • $50,000 (ea.) Childcare classrooms
  • $25,000 (ea.) Family Locker Rooms
  • $25,000 (ea.) Meeting Rooms
  • $25,000 Gym Scoreboard
  • $25,000 1 Meter Diving Board
  • $25,000 (ea.) Competitive Pool Lanes
  • $25,000 Competitive Pool Starting Blocks
  • $25,000 (ea.) Staff Offices
  • $25,000 Fitness Testing/Consult Room
 

Additional areas could also be available for donor recognition.

Note: Gifts from companies and corporations do qualify for above recognition, in similar fashion to individual contributions, AND will also be featured in separate list of corporate supporters in campaign electronic and print communication.

Note: Amounts indicated do not necessarily reflect actual construction costs, rather, they are an indication of the potential memorial or tribute value. Donors may be offered selection of commemorative naming opportunities based on the amount and date of their gift commitment.

Potential Gift Recognition Opportunities...........................

$500,000+ OPPORTUNITIES

FAMILY / RECREATIONAL POOL

The Y Aquatic Center features two pool areas, one including play area for children. This area is also ideal for children’s swim lessons, serving a critical community of teaching water safety for children and the entire family.

PUBLIC PLAZA

Just outside the main entry, a large public plaza greets visitors and guests alike. The plaza links to the new pedestrian friendly Main Street of Prescott Valley Town Center. The welcoming exterior of the building also sits adjacent to Bob Edwards Park, and close to the Prescott Valley Library and Civic Center.

PLAYGROUND

This is area every child looks forward to visiting. Utilized by children in afterschool programs, as well as all those enrolled in the Learning Center, the playground provides the earliest introduction a healthy, active lifestyle for the youngest members of the YMCA community.

CARDIO ROOM

This area features some of our most sought after exercise equipment, from stationary exercise bikes to ellipticals to treadmills, this area is used by individual members as well as various classes.

FREE WEIGHT ROOM

One of the most popular areas of the complex, the free weight training space allows for high traffic use and team sports conditioning. It is designed for functionality and utility.

 

All donors of $100,000 and above will receive special recognition at the Campaign Public Launch and Celebration. Your name/logo will be prominently displayed among other pacesetting contributors in a permanent display recognizing campaign donors; on our campaign website/page; as well as in social media communications including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to promote support of the Prescott Valley YMCA.

Gifts of $10,000 and above will have the donor’s name/logo listed among other contributors at this level in a permanent display recognizing campaign donors; on our campaign website/page, as well as in social media communications including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to promote your support of the Prescott Valley YMCA.

Wall of Honor will celebrate all donors above $5,000. Every individual and group that utilizes the Prescott Valley Y benefits because of the dedication and generosity of those listed on this recognition wall. The donor Wall of Honor will be visible to everyone visiting the YMCA and will be celebrated by everyone participating in Prescott Valley Y programs, those volunteering, or individuals simply visiting for a day.

Corporate supporters will be featured in a separate list of campaign donors in both electronic and print recognition, as well as on the Wall of Honor.

All donors will be recognized in the campaign newsletter and will be invited to the Campaign Donor Thank You Event.

Note: Amounts indicated do not necessarily reflect actual construction costs, rather, they are an indication of the potential memorial or tribute value. Donors may be offered selection of commemorative naming opportunities based on the amount and date of their gift commitment.

Potential Gift Recognition Opportunities............................

$1,000,000+ OPPORTUNITIES

WELCOME CENTER

More than just an entry way, the welcome center greets every guest, member, and visitor with spacious views of the diversity of activities offered at our new Y facility. With ample room for gathering, registration and check-in, as well as recognition of the many supporters of the Prescott Valley YMCA, the welcome center is the one location familiar to every member and guest.

FITNESS CENTER

The Y fitness center will be the largest and most extensive fitness center in the area. With thousands of square feet of quality equipment, members ages 14 and up and all fitness levels can enjoy working out. Members linger here, learning from new fitness opportunities and classes, making new friends, and doing a little social and business networking.

COMPETITION LAP POOL

The Y Aquatic Center features two pool areas, one dedicated to lap swimming specifically. This pool is being designed, as the Prescott Y pool has been, to also be used in cooperation with local high schools and colleges for competitive swim meets. Collaboration is one of the hallmarks of the Y’s role as a community center, bringing together partners to serve all the needs of the broader community, as well as those of members.

 

 

Note: Amounts indicated do not necessarily reflect actual construction costs, rather, they are an indication of the potential memorial or tribute value. Donors may be offered selection of commemorative naming opportunities based on the amount and date of their gift commitment.

Potential Gift Recognition Opportunities.........................

$1,500,000+ OPPORTUNITIES

AIRNASIUM

A new concept in multipurpose space, the airnasium combines the best of both indoor and outdoor amenities. Highly visible from both the main street and Bob Edwards Park, the Airnasium allows for year-round activities in an open-air environment. With secure pods containing a variety of activities and equipment, airnasium can vary in size, and can even include restrooms and other amenities.

GYMNASIUM

Utilized by every manner of team, individual, and age group, the gymnasium is one of the most visible features in the Y, and capable of being adapted for basketball, volleyball, pickleball and more.

 

 

Note: Amounts indicated do not necessarily reflect actual construction costs, rather, they are an indication of the potential memorial or tribute value. Donors may be offered selection of commemorative naming opportunities based on the amount and date of their gift commitment.

Potential Gift Recognition Opportunities........

$3,000,000+ OPPORTUNITIES

EARLY LEARNING CENTER

This bright, cheery space welcomes children and families into a place of safety, comfort, and educational opportunity. Featuring 6 classrooms with thousands of square feet of space, the Early Childhood Education Center will be able to accommodate dozens of the youngest children each day (non-diapered 2 year-olds up to 5 year-olds). And through our financial assistance program we ensure all families can benefit from quality care, regardless of their ability to pay.

AQUATICS COMPLEX

One of the most highly utilized spaces within the YMCA building, the pool and aquatics complex welcomes a variety of users—from youth swim programs to senior water rehabilitation clinic participants. Swim teams from Prescott and Humboldt Unified School Districts, Prescott College and others also share use of the aquatics complex for both practice and competition.

 

 

 

Note: Amounts indicated do not necessarily reflect actual construction costs, rather, they are an indication of the potential memorial or tribute value. Donors may be offered selection of commemorative naming opportunities based on the amount and date of their gift commitment.

Potential Gift Recognition Opportunities...............

$5,000,000+ OPPORTUNITIES

PRESCOTT VALLEY YMCA BUILDING

Centrally located in the heart of Prescott Valley, Arizona, the building front will look out on to the new pedestrian friendly Main Street of Prescott Valley Town Center. The welcoming exterior of the building also sits adjacent to Bob Edwards Park, and close to the Prescott Valley Library and Civic Center.

 

 

 

Note: Amounts indicated do not necessarily reflect actual construction costs, rather, they are an indication of the potential memorial or tribute value. Donors may be offered selection of commemorative naming opportunities based on the amount and date of their gift commitment.