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Paul Stoney

Chief Executive Officer

Cannon Street YMCA of Greater Charleston

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Background Information

Employment History

President

Hampton Park. Cannon Street YMCA


Director

Photography Keith Sherer


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Groundbreaking for the New YMCA at Cane Bay Set for June 2nd

www.prnewswire.com [cached]

"This new YMCA and public library will serve the community beautifully and draw people from throughout the region," said Paul Stoney, President and CEO of the Cannon Street YMCA of Greater Charleston.
For more information, contact Paul Stoney, President/CEO of Cannon Street YMCA of Greater Charleston or visit YMCAGC.org. Media Contact: Paul Stoney, CEO


www.postandcourier.com

Paul Stoney, director of the Cannon Street Y and Mullens active Camp Hope partner, said the Charleston police chief is very involved in the project, often showing up to meet young participants.
As a result of this, we have seen the relationship between the police department and the community grow, Stoney said. But programs like Camp Hope, in my opinion, are only the tip of the iceberg as it relates to police department and community development. We are in desperate need of programs ... that sensitize police about the community, because its a two-way street. Stoney, who grew up in New York City, said he remembers how a police officer often would pat kids on the head and ask how they were doing. Cops and kids knew one another, he said. In contrast, he recently was pulled over at 2 a.m. by two white North Charleston police officers who used the excuse that his fraternity license plate frame partly obscured the phrase State of South Carolina on the plate. He and his wife were dressed in formal attire, returning home in their red corvette from a dinner party. They had exited Interstate 26 onto Highway 78 and signaled to turn into a Wendys lot when the blue lights flashed. The first thing the male officer asked was, Is this your car? That hurt my feelings, Stoney said. And it angered him, for the question implied that maybe this car didnt belong to him or, worse, that it shouldnt belong to him. It was disrespectful, hostile and racist, Stoney said. He received no ticket and no warning.


CCSD Lead Story - January 18, 2011

www.ccsdschools.com [cached]

Paul Stoney, CEO of Cannon Street YMCA


www.postandcourier.com

Director of Photography Keith Sherer (left) films scenes for the movie 'Cannon Street Boys' in Hampton Park. Cannon Street YMCA President Paul Stoney said he hopes the film is a success.
Cannon Street YMCA President Paul Stoney said he hopes the film is a success. Early on they called on official team historian Agustus Holt and Cannon Street YMCA President Paul Stoney to provide assistance. The Cannon Street YMCA continues to support the project, according to Stoney, but Holt joined Rivers in protesting the film. Stoney said he hopes the movie is an overwhelming success. "I feel very strongly about the fact that the (filmmakers) have reached out to as many people as possible," he said. They are making a personal film, shooting on location at the YMCA and trying to present the story without a slant, Stoney said.


Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina - Community Giving - Charleston, SC

www.coastalcommunityfoundation.org [cached]

Paul Stoney, director of the Cannon Street YMCA, said donors still are giving, but they're giving less.
When an organization depends on small gifts, and those gifts shrink in size, it's important to run a "flatter" fundraising campaign that reaches more people, he said. What's causing the dip in donations is uncertainty, he said. The YMCA's main fundraising event of the year is scheduled for February. Stoney said he's hopeful: Those who benefit from nonprofits recognize their value. "The lower (someone's) income, the more likely he is to support a charity," Stoney said.


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