2020 YMCA of Greater Seattle Annual Fund Drive

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Our Community Gets Healthy

At the Y, anyone can improve their health, regardless of their physical abilities or how much they can afford.


The Y serves as a health and wellness center for everyone. By improving membership access to people of all income levels across our region and by creating innovative new programs, the Y is growing healthy communities. 


Kids Thrive

Hundreds of kids across our region spend their days learning and growing with the Y. 


As leading providers of infant, preschool, and school aged before and after school care, the Y is helping kids to get ready for and thrive in school and life starting with vital building blocks.  At the Y, kids learn their ABC's, to share and work as a team, and, most importantly, how to be themselves.


Critical Needs Are Met

The Y faces head-on the critical issues affecting kids and young adults in the Seattle metro-area.


We provide housing for 280 homeless young adults, mental health counseling to more than 3,700 youth, young adults and their families, and a drop-in resource center open four days a week to connect more than 1,700 young people with the education, employment, and other resources they need to get back on their feet.


Adventure Awaits

The Y camp is one of the oldest and more popular programs at the Y.


Camp is a place where all kids, no matter where they're coming from, can get to know themselves. The Y encourages play, exlploration, and learning in a low-stakes environment while making friends from different backgrounds.  Making camp accessible to all kids is the Y's priority.  In 2018, one in five kids at camp received financial aid to attend, which totals over $1 million  in camperships assistance.

Your support makes our community stronger. Please join us and give today.

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