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Y Heroes: Nick Grimaldi, Princess Anne Family YMCA

Nick is 87 years-old. He was diagnosed with Parkinson’s a few years ago, and at that time he and Pat decided to move to Virginia Beach to be close to their son. As a former professional boxer, Nick naturally was drawn to the Rock Steady Boxing program shortly after it launched. They both have an amazing love for this place and our staff.

As a part of our 2017 Annual Giving Campaign, we are showcasing a different person (or family) at each of our family centers. We are calling this our Y Heroes project. This video platform is a way for us to highlight people and/or program areas that have been positively impacted by the dollars we raise as a non-profit organization and relate back to each community our Association serves.

When you give to the Y, you continue to strengthen our community and move us all forward. As the nation's leading nonprofit for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, the Y uses your gift to make a meaningful, enduring impact right in your own neighborhood. Your gift ensures that the Y's programs and services will be open to all. Consider making a gift today. www.ymcashr.org/GIVE

For more information about how you can help, contact Annie Vogt at (757) 962-5519.

 

The YMCA of South Hampton Roads is dedicated to putting Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.