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THE IMPACT OF YOUR SUPPORT GIVES EVERYONE IN OUR COMMUNITY A CHANCE TO THRIVE. Our community faces new challenges that create a greater need for the work we do. Fortunately, where we see some obstacles, we see opportunities for our members, volunteers, staff, and the generous donors like you to make a difference. No other organization can impact as many people as powerfully as we do every day. The Y. So Much More
The Y is for Youth Development
A young girl whose summers are full of fun, exciting adventures, and friendships that last a lifetime. She’s a Y Camp kid! Watch Sydney’s story and see how there’s so much more to the Y than you might think.
A young boy avoided being swept away by a rip current because of the life-saving skills he learned through Y aquatics programs.
Meet The Goldens
On their journey from boys to young men, these boys have experienced a continuum of development at the Y. Watch the Golden’s story and see how there’s so much more to the Y than you might think.
As the mother of two adopted boys, Sara credits YMCA summer camp for helping her boys break out of their shell and enjoy being kids
Dylan is given a safe place to learn, grow and thrive at YMCA School-Age Child Care.
The Y is for Healthy Living
Ralph decided to take charge of his weight and health; with help from the Y.
For Shawnae, the Y became a support system for her family when they needed it most – when their daughter was diagnosed with cancer.
Hawau dedicated her life to helping others in war-torn areas. But when it came to the battle for her life, she relied on help from the Y. Watch her story and see how there’s so much more to the Y than you might think.
Gloria regained her strength through the YMCA after battling cancer three times.
Dooley recovered from surgery and regained his strength through water aerobics at the Y.
The Victory Family YMCA is proud to host this educational course on how to ensure your estate is organized, thereby reducing the emotional stress survivors experience. Included with this course is the “Five Wishes” workbook, the first living-will tool that helps you express your personal, emotional and spiritual needs in addition to your medical wishes.
When: Tuesday nights from 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Starting February 10th through April 28th (no class March 3rd)
Where: Multi- Purpose Room at the Victory Family YMCA
Cost: $20 per person or $25 per couple (*This will be paid at the first class to the instructor who has purchased the books.)
Register: At the Welcome Center
Contact: Donna Blake for more information or with any questions you may have