- Who We Are
- Youth Development
- Healthy Living
- Social Responsiblity
The YMCA is committed to building strong kids, individuals, families, and communities through programs and services that promote a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all, regardless of ability to pay.
Our YMCA is committed to building strong kids, individuals, families, and communities through programs and services that promote a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all, regardless of ability to pay.
Our Y is one of 2,686 YMCA’s across the country that has committed to extend our reach by directly engaging 25 million children and adults from all segments of our communities in achieving health of spirit, mind and body. We also committed to build on our 160-year charitable heritage of community leadership by being a catalyst for changes that enhance the well-being of all.
Every child and youth will develop positive values, an ethic of service and a desire to learn.
Every family will build stronger bonds, achieve greater balance and become more connected in their communities.
Every individual will build the relationships, knowledge and confidence to make healthy choices to improve their physical, emotional and spiritual well-being.
In this past fiscal year, over $593,000 in financial assistance was provided to over 2,200 youth, individuals and families to ensure participation in all YMCA programs.
The YMCA offers more than 45 different programs that are whole-child, age appropriate and build the developmental assets necessary for all children to thrive. Last year we served more than 7,200 children.
The YMCA engages family members in programs and provides services that support a joyful, holistic approach to family development. Our YMCA supported families by providing quality child care, early childhood development, after school and camping programs to ensure the health and safety of almost 1,400 children while families were working. Our YMCA provides a variety of other family strengthening programming such as Prime Time, Family Fitness, Adult and Children Yoga, Kids Night Out, Fathers Support, Family Fun Day, and Family Nights.
Our YMCA offers members an opportunity to enjoy and participate in a community that is based on the development of healthy relationships. In 2007/2008, 18,925 people were involved in active living and healthy eating activities to lower the incidence of chronic disease in our community.
The YMCA engages with a broad array of community stakeholders to achieve community well-being. Last year we partnered with 32 non profits to better serve our community.
Our YMCA is committed to a world class system of volunteer development and, last year, 386 volunteered at our YMCA with an estimated value of $176,000.
Our YMCA raised almost $557,000 in individual, business, government and foundation contributions and grants, demonstrating broad support from our community.
We reached more than 5,000 members of our community through annual events such as YMCA Healthy Kids Day, America on the Move, Halloween Celebration, and other Special events.