About the Bellevue Family Y

At the Bellevue Family YMCA, we’ve created a gathering place where families can engage in activity together, youth and teens can learn life and leadership skills, seniors can socialize and improve their health and adults can find community, well-being and support.

The Bellevue Family YMCA was founded more than 50 years ago and is the original Eastside YMCA. Over the years we’ve evolved to meet the growing and changing needs of our Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond communities. The demographics of our YMCA staff reflect our increasingly diverse communities (more than 1/3 residents born outside the U.S.). From Kids University sites in Redmond, Teen Programs in Kirkland and Family and Senior activities at our main location, our Bellevue Family YMCA is supporting the community in a comprehensive and meaningful way.


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Volunteers Needed

Are you interested in coaching? Want to help with youth programs for a volunteer opportunity your whole family can participate in? When we all join, we rise together!

Have a general question about volunteering at the Bellevue Family Y? Email us at bellevuevolunteers@seattleymca.org

We Appreciate Your Support

Every year, we rely on donations to help ensure that all of the people in our community can access our services. There are lots of ways you can give, and we’re grateful for your help.

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Support Center

We've made it easier than ever to find member and account information with our new Support Center. Find instructions for managing your account, easy access to request forms, and a complete list of our policies all in one place.

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Financial Assistance

The Y values the richness that diversity brings to our community and shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, improving health and well-being, and giving back. To ensure equitable access for all the Y offers affordable options at all of our 14 branches.

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COVID Updates

We understand Covid-19 safety protocols change frequently and it can cause confusion. As new guidance emerges and the science develops, we continuously seek ways to minimize risk to community.

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