The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina honors individuals who demonstrate exceptional volunteerism and consideration toward others with the Strong Award. Evelyn Moxley was chosen as the Yadkin Family YMCA Volunteer of the Year for her longtime commitment and exceptional work to further the YMCA mission of “Helping people reach their God-given potential in spirit, mind and body.”
Evelyn Moxley joined the Yadkin Family YMCA 18 days before it opened its doors. Nine years later, Evelyn is still an active member with a passion for the Y’s mission. Her enthusiasm is evident in all that she does, whether it’s helping secure pumpkins for the Fall Festival or helping secure funds for the Partner With Youth campaign so that all children and adults can have the opportunity of benefitting from YMCA programs or membership.
For more information about the Yadkin Family YMCA, visit http://yadkin.ymcanwnc.org or call 336-679-7962. To find out more about the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina and its many branches and services, visit http://www.ymcanwnc.org or contact Amy McNeil, Director of Communications, at email@example.com or 336-777-6252.
When the first YMCA was established in 1844 in London, England, its mission was to promote positive Christian values as well as healthy behaviors and activities. Today, the YMCA movement has spread to more than 130 countries around the world, supporting and influencing the lives of millions of men, women and children of all backgrounds. The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina association, a United Way agency, has been serving Winston-Salem and the surrounding areas since 1888. We have created a tradition of enhancing the lives of people in our community through an ever-growing list of programs and opportunities. We’re proud to serve the people of Northwest North Carolina by helping to build strong kids, strong families and strong communities. Our association currently serves more than 51,000 YMCA members and more than 100,000 people with our memberships and programs. The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina has adopted Healthy Community 2015 initiatives to prepare youth and teens to succeed, strengthen and support families, develop caring communities and adopt healthy living habits. The YMCA offers financial assistance for memberships and programs through the Open Doors Program. Learn more about the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina at HH.