Your Membership Options During the COVID-19 Crisis
Stay with Us – Your YMCA Membership Choice
If you'd like to change your draft options/membership to go into effect for the draft in August, the request must be submitted by 5pm on August 11th.
At this time, these are your membership options.
1. Keep your membership active. You don’t need to take any action to retain this status. If you previously placed your membership on hold and wish to reactivate, submit this form.
2. Convert your membership to a donation. If you wish to have your membership dues converted to an ongoing, tax-deductible donation during our temporary suspension of facility access and programs, please fill out this online form. You’ll continue to be drafted monthly and when we resume normal operations, your donation will end. At that time, we’ll convert you back to regular membership. At the end of the year, the YMCA will provide a tax receipt for your gift. Again, we are deeply grateful for your willingness and partnership.
3. If you wish to place your membership on hold at no cost during our temporary suspension of services, we understand. Please contact our membership team using this form. They will be more than happy to help you.
We realize you have to make the best decision for you and your family. On behalf of everyone in the community counting on our Y in the weeks ahead, thank you for staying with us. Questions or concerns? Contact email@example.com.
Mobilizing for Good
The coronavirus outbreak has created enormous uncertainty for us all, but how we respond is within our control. As soon as it became apparent that our Y needed to change course to support our community, we did. Our teams immediately mobilized to explore ways to support you and our community. By continuing to be a part of our Y, you’re helping us deploy and expand these resources and services.
Food Distribution to Those in Need – We are working with schools to distribute food to children and families in need. Details here.
Child Care for Essential Personnel – We are working with community leaders to provide child care options for those who need it most - our first responders, medical staff and other essential personnel. Details.
Senior Support – We are reaching out to the senior members in our area to offer support as needed.
Family Resources – With recent school closures, families are adjusting to a new normal. It can be overwhelming to contemplate what to do with all this new-found time. To help, we're staying connected with our pre-K parents, providing activities to do at home and tips on how to stay engaged with their children. Plus, we’ve leveraged resources across the state to compile options for all families. You can access those resources here.
Virtual Group Exercise Classes – We continue to share resources to keep our members and participants socially distant but together. You can visit your Virtual YMCA here.
There is much more work ahead for our Y. Moving forward, we’ll share updates and additional resources with you, as well as keep you informed on our efforts to support our community.
Continue to visit our website for the most up-to-date information on our YMCA.
Again, I want to thank you for being a part of our Y Community, for your partnership, your support and your trust. I have consistently seen the Y Community come together to do extraordinary things in uncertain times. I am inspired by our community response.
We’re in this together, and together, we’ll emerge stronger.
Quick link: COVID-19 Text Message Alert Sign-Up
Quick link: YMCA Emails Sign-Up