Building a community where all people, especially the young, are encouraged to develop their fullest potential in spirit, mind, and body.
Parents find a safe, nurturing environment for their children to stay active, be engaged, and learn positive values.
Children and teens play and develop self-confidence while feeling accepted and supported.
Former foster kids and homeless young people receive assistance with housing, employment, life skills, and other resources to learn and work.
Adults connect with friends, pursue interests, and learn how to live healthier.
Families in crisis due to mental health, child abuse, neglect, or substance abuse receive support and resources from licensed counselors.
People from all backgrounds and walks of life come together to volunteer and help strengthen their community.
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Ensuring children are safe from abuse and able to learn, grow, and thrive is the highest priority of the Y. We are committed to creating programs that protect children from abuse, but we are also committed to providing our families and community with information to keep kids safe.
As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, the Y provides crucial programs and services to more than 232,000 people every year. With the help of generous donors, we are able to provide more than 300 homeless youth safe, stable housing, over 235,000 healthy meals to school-age youth, and more than $12.2 million in financial assistance to ensure everyone has a chance to succeed and belong at the Y.
See the YMCA of Greater Seattle's 2021 audit report, and the 2021 IRS Form 990.