Giving your time to volunteer at the Y is a rewarding and fun way to support neighbors, strengthen the community, and connect with other amazing people. There are many ways to contribute that can work with your interests and schedules. 

Volunteer today to give others a brighter, more hopeful tomorrow.

At the Y, we welcome everyone whose behavior adheres to our core values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility. We advance our cause by building a stronger and more equitable community where everyone has the opportunity to learn, grow, thrive, and reach their full potential with dignity. The Y is a force for building bridges among all people–regardless of ability, age, birthplace, cultural background, ethnicity, faith, gender, gender identity, ideology, income, race, or sexual orientation. The Y is for all.

Ways to Volunteer

Our volunteers are involved in nearly every aspect of our services and operations. They strengthen our leadership by serving on our boards; they help us fundraise by leading our annual and capital campaigns; and they transform lives each day by serving as youth coaches, mentors, class instructors and leaders in our Y facilities and in the community.

Volunteering is as Easy1-2-3!

Step 1: Find an opportunity and show interest!

  • Browse through our opportunities and click on “I’m Interested” to register and learn more!

Step 2: Talk to a Y Staff Member

  • A staff member will contact you to discuss the opportunity further to make sure it’s the right opportunity for YOU!

Step 3: Get Started!

  • The Volunteer Coordinator will assist you in completing all additional requirements so that you feel confident, prepared, and excited to get started in making a difference!

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Volunteers Make a Difference

“I started volunteering at the Treasure Valley Family YMCA more than 10 years ago, assisting with housekeeping. Since then, I’ve taken on several volunteer roles, from sports to events. I see the benefits of my volunteering every day. I like that I’m supporting my community, but it’s good for me, too. The Y is my second home and family.” -Julia

Volunteer Resources

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