ASYMCA

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ASYMCAArmed Services Young Men's Christian Association of the USA
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The ASYMCA's stated mission of Make Military Life Easier, takes aim at reducing the inherent stress military service places on those in uniform.
Navigate the What We Do tab to discover the powerful range of programs provided by ASYMCA to include honoring and recognizing heroes to providing camping opportunities to encourage healthy living as part of their core mission of strengthening our military family--and provide recreational and bonding opportunities for military-connected children and their families who have experienced multiple deployments.
“Ink Link Marketing has been fortunate to support community organizations like the ASYMCA by leveraging the relationships and resources we have with our clients,” said Kim Miller, President of Ink Link Marketing.
The past year was filled with a number of shining moments including successful in-store music promotions at Buffets' restaurants that resulted in a $25,000 grant to the ASYMCA for their camp program, $750,000 of in-kind support via a direct mail program with a circulation of 11 million, and a significant increase in traditional and social media awareness for the ASYMCA.
with the ASYMCA in July 2012, when it launched the buffet company's first in-store music promotion featuring country music duo Montgomery Gentry.
“Our partnership with Ink Link Marketing has far exceeded our expectations,” said Brittany Catton, Director of Marketing for the ASYMCA. “Not only have their efforts through clients like Buffets, Inc.
In addition, Ink Link Marketing and the ASYMCA are collaborating on other efforts to further increase awareness for the charitable partner.
A charitable golf tournament to raise funds for the Armed Services YMCA so ASYMCA can continue to provide programs and assistance to the military personnel and their dependents stationed at Fort Wainwright, Eielson Air Force Base, Fort Greely and ClearAir Force Station.
The Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA) “Mommy and Me” program is a preschool parent network guided by ASYMCA preschool teachers that provides parents of toddlers from 18 months to five years old with tools that enable them to begin and sustain their young child's educational development.
(Operation Kid Comfort, a program of Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA) provides free quilts for children six and under and pillows for children age seven and up (http://www.asymca.org/c4-2.html)).