The next episode of the Mo Show Live will air Wednesday, September 12th at 3:00 PM central time and will feature Daniel Kasambira, Executive Directive of the Hogan Family Branch YMCA. Morris and Daniel will be discussing the mission of the YMCA, the organization’s history, and the services it provides to the community.
Daniel Kasambira joined the Heart of the Valley YMCA Association as Executive Director of the Hogan Family Branch YMCA in Madison, AL in January 2015. Prior to joining the Heart of the Valley YMCA, Daniel served as Director of Alabama A&M Student Health and Wellness Center in Huntsville, AL from 2010-2014. Previously, he was a Relationship Manager at the United Way of Central, AL from 2007-2010. He has also served as Executive Director of four YMCAs during his non-profit career. During his YMCA career, he has garnered resources in grants, annual and capital campaigns over $3.0 million dollars.
Daniel is an active member of the Huntsville Rotary Club International, Renasant Bank Advisory Board member, Board Treasurer of the Madison Chamber of Commerce, Community Action For Youth (CAFY) Steering Committee, Alabama Association of Non-Profits Board of Directors (Treasurer) and Chaired the 2015 & 2016 Community Kite Day Festival, attends the Rock Family Worship Center Church. Daniel received his undergraduate degree from Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, New York where he was a 3-year starter on the basketball team. Daniel is married to Julian Kasambira and, they have four children.
Strengthening the community is a central focus of the Heart of the Valley YMCA. The YMCA is in 10,000 neighborhoods across the country and seeks to nurture the potential of every child and teen and improve the nation’s health and well-being. The YMCA believes that lasting, positive personal and social change comes through working together to invest in our kids, our health and our neighbors.
The Heart of the Valley YMCA was chartered in Huntsville in 1910 as a nonprofit organization to respond to the needs of mill workers in the community. The Hogan Family YMCA opened in November 2010. Today, the Hogan Y serves nearly 15,000 members, which is more than half of the Heart of the Valley association membership. In 2017, Heart of the Valley YMCA served more than 48,000 individuals, and nearly 800,000 dollars was given back to our community in scholarships for membership and programs.
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