Membership at the Y
As a member, you’ve seen our commitment to building community. Stay with us as we respond to COVID-19.
Just like every crisis before, we come together in the name of our humanity. And just like it’s been for the last 144 years, the Y is here for good. Right now, we’re asking you to stay with us if you can.
We need all hands-on deck. Members who continue to pay their monthly membership dues are our Sustaining Members – because they are helping us be resilient during this chaotic time.
As a thank you for continuing to pay dues during our temporary closure, we're offering members $100 per individual or couple membership and $150 per family membership in YBucks for each month that we are closed.
These YBucks can be used like cash on membership dues, classes, camps, and other programs once we reopen.
YBucks will be issued once we reopen. If you are paying membership dues, you do not need to take any action to be a Sustaining Member. For more details on this YBucks offer, check out the YBucks section in our Frequently Asked Questions.
We can’t thank you enough for your support. We're working on other ways you can help and will publish them here when we can.
Now more than ever, we are committed to helping our Y family develop their fullest potential in mind, body, and spirit. We are pivoting our work to offer:
We're working on more ways to stay active, connect with each other, and take advantage of member-only benefits during our closure. Let's stay in touch -- we'll get through this together.
If you need to make a change to your membership, we understand. Please email us at email@example.com to discuss your membership options.
We’re picking up speed to serve our community resource partners, our region's most vulnerable and first responders affected by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). In times like these, it’s critical that we work together as a community to lift those most impacted by health and economic challenges.
Thank you for working with us to create history that demonstrates how we came together and served those who needed us the most. Let us tell the story of the meaningful ways in which we responded. Let that be the story that is remembered.
We have the opportunity, right now, to decide what the future looks like. We want a future of generosity, of social justice and equal access to critical resources. We are learning a lot in real time, and we’re adapting.
Most importantly, this is not forever. 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.