Aquatic Center Hiring

When it comes to emergencies, are you the first to respond or take charge? Are you looking for a fun, flexible, and rewarding job? If you enjoy helping people and are interested in learning how to save lives, we have the opportunity for you!  We are now accepting applications for Lifeguards, Swim Instructors, and Water

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July 5, 2021

Renaming Announcement

FOR THE FIRST TIME IN ITS 130 YEAR HISTORY – YMCA RENAMES FACILITY IN HONOR OF LEGACY DONORS  South Meridian Y & new aquatic center renamed for generous philanthropists  BOISE, I.D., June 29, 2021 – On the eve of opening its new $13 million aquatic center, the Treasure Valley YMCA is making a major announcement.

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June 30, 2021

Heat Wave Safety

At the YMCA, the health and wellbeing of our community is our top priority. As we anticipate extremely warm weather conditions in the Treasure Valley this coming week, we are taking all the necessary precautions to ensure the safety of our members, guests, and staff. To learn more about the adjustments we are making at

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June 29, 2021

5 Days of Action

Welcome to the Five Days of Action! The Five Days of Action is a week-long campaign that is designed to raise awareness and inspire all adults to take action to protect children from sexual abuse. The Treasure Valley Family YMCA is committed to the safety of the children in our community and the Five Days of

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June 7, 2021

Bob Wright Selected as 2021 Vern Emery Award Winner!

Boise, ID – The Treasure Valley Family YMCA (Y) has awarded individuals with awards for their years of volunteerism and service to the local Y and the community. These awards were presented at the Y’s 130th Annual Meeting on June 2, an event that brought people together to celebrate our local YMCA leaders who are creating positive change within their community, including the volunteers who go

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June 2, 2021

Congratulations 2021 YMCA Civil Engagement Scholarship Recipients!

The Treasure Valley Family YMCA is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2021 YMCA Civic Engagement Scholarships: Elisa Puga from Caldwell High School, Braeden Watkins from Columbia High School, Trinity Nixon from Skyview High School, Claire Shelton from Centennial High School, and Charlee Andree from Boise High School. “It is a great honor to

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May 18, 2021


Due to the pandemic, Idaho children missed out on many typical summer activities last year, including swim lessons. As National Water Safety Month kicks off this May, David Duro, Treasure Valley Family YMCA President and CEO, sees an increased need for these essential, life-saving programs. 

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May 4, 2021

Listening and Responding to Children about Abuse

Listening and Responding to Children Throughout April we’ve addressed the importance of understanding the Y’s abuse prevention policies, recognizing red flags and boundary violations and how to talk with your children about abuse. Now, it’s important that all parents and caregivers know how to respond to boundary violations and warning signs if children tell you

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April 30, 2021

Talking with Your Children About Abuse

Many parents and caregivers find speaking to their children about abuse to be uncomfortable. Framing these conversations around other safety conversations you have may help you work through some of that uncomfortableness. Below you’ll find age-appropriate ways to talk to your child about boundaries and preventing abuse. Young Children Parents can start these conversations simply

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April 22, 2021

YMCA Expects to Invest Nearly $250,000  in Additional COVID-19 Safety Measures

We are excited to announce that as a part of our ongoing efforts to create one of the safest and most responsible environments possible, the Treasure Valley Family YMCA is installing an air purification system in all its facilities—a sophisticated bipolar ionization (BPI) process to further prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other pathogens.  ”The

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April 20, 2021

Child Abuse Prevention Month: Recognizing Boundary Violations and Warning Signs

At the Y, creating safe spaces for youth to learn, grow and thrive is our top priority – especially following the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Kids need a safe space now more than ever, and we take pride in the measures we’ve taken to help keep your kids safe. Here are some important tips

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April 17, 2021

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

  It’s Child Abuse Prevention Month, and all month long we’ll be providing tips and advice for parents and caregivers to help prevent and spot child abuse. Follow along all month! The development of children is the core of which the Y’s values were built. This is why the safety of all children in our

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April 10, 2021