Resources to help you tell the Y story and advocate for the causes you care about.
As a valued volunteer in our YMCA philanthropy outreach, we are honored to partner with you for our 2021 Annual Fund Drive. Together, through our 13 branches, two overnight camps, Social Impact Center, and hundreds of program sites across King and south Snohomish counties, we’re tackling our community’s most urgent needs.
Use the following resources to help tell the Y story and advocate for what you care about. But first, see why one of our Board Members, Russel Turner, volunteers and how he shares his story.
If you were not able to join us for this inspiring evening to kick-off our 2021 Annual Fund Drive you can still watch the event.Watch Now
If you were not able to join us for this inspiring evening you can still watch the event.Watch Now
Join us for a forum featuring a panel of health equity leaders, who share about the realities of inequitable access to services and the impact it has on our communities. You’ll also learn how the Y is working in a socially responsible way to advance whole person health across our region. We invite you to join us, engage, and share your perspective. Your input will help the Y continue to shape our approach towards a more equitable and just society and healthier and happier future for all.
Branch and/or District celebrations will occur the week of April 26. Please contact your local Executive Director for more information.
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Visit our Annual Fund Drive Volunteer page for resources to help advocate for the Y. Whether you want to fundraise or spread awareness, every action helps!
Whether it’s your time, talents or investment, there are many ways to help your community through the Y. When you give to the Y you make a difference in the lives of people from all backgrounds and economic levels.
With a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, improving health and well-being, and supporting our neighbors, your membership will not just bring about meaningful change in yourself, but also in your community.