President’s Message

Dear Valued Member of our YMCA Family,

For the safety of the community, we have decided to close YMCA facilities through March 29, and possibly beyond. We will keep you updated as the situation unfolds.

Now more than ever, your membership means more.
As we work to continue to serve you and our community, I have an urgent request of you: Please stay with us during this difficult time and keep your membership active.

By continuing to pay your membership fee, you will allow us to provide critical programs and services, keep our staff members employed for as
long as possible, and be ready to return to full service as soon as we can.
Community needs we are meeting during this time include:

  • Providing critical child care services to our area hospitals to offer safe child care for our health care workers during this time when hospitals will need all available staff to work through this crisis.
  • Supporting our members by conducting wellness checks by phone. This is especially important for our senior citizen members, most likely to feel isolated and alone at this time.
  • Providing online health and wellness classes.
  • Delivering activities to parents and children via the internet so that our children can continue to stay active, busy, and engaged in fun and developmental activities. (Coming soon!)

We are learning a lot in real-time, and we’re adapting.

No action is required to maintain your membership. We hope that and are planning for, this suspension of facility services to be brief. If you are unable to continue to pay your full membership fee, please contact the membership department at your YMCA facility. We will be happy to discuss options with you.

We’re standing by you during this difficult time and ask that you stand by us as well. There’s a bright future ahead, but the only way we get there is together.

Thankfully,
David Duro
President and CEO