Free Food & Fun

In partnership with United Way, King County Housing Authority, and the City of Algona, the Y goes beyond facility walls to bring enriching after-school programing to your local community. From our styled refrigerator van, Y on the Fly brings healthy meals, enriching activities, and accessible sports and movement to kids and teens ages 18 years and younger, all for free!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do I bring Y on the Fly to my community?

Feel free to speak with any of our staff our volunteers, email us at, or give us a call at (206) 451-2650

Can I support this program through a donation, either in-kind or monetarily?

Yes, this program is offered free to our communities and donations are needed to continue to provide these services. Please email Trinity Torres at for any in-kind donations.

Who can participate in Y on the Fly?

Any kids or teens, ages 5 to 18 years are invited to participate in Y on the Fly in their community. For kids under 5, we ask that a parent or guardian is present with them.

Y on the Fly is a drop-in program. Kids and teens can come and go as they please. We are not able to walk kids home.

Do I need to be a Y member to participate in this program?

No, a Y membership is not needed. This program is open and free for kids and teens!

Does Y on the Fly partner with any other local organizations?

We do! As the Y collaborates with other community organizations, opportunities arise to bring additional goods and services to our partner properties. 


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