Volunteers are vital to the YMCA. Without you, we wouldn’t be able to meet the needs of the people who live in our community.
From board members to youth sports coaches to smiling greeters, volunteers are the heart of the Y. Hundreds of business leaders, community members, parents, teens, and so many more dedicate their time and talent to strengthening their local community through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. Becoming a volunteer allows individuals to give back and learn something about themselves in the process. The Y is a nonprofit like no other. Get involved today.
As a YMCA volunteer, you’ll directly impact the lives of people, families, children, and seniors, and help make our community stronger. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to:
- Explore your interests and passions
- Broaden your personal and professional skills
- Develop leadership skills
- Fulfill a school requirements
- Meet new friends from all walks of life.
- Support a cause that brings lasting personal and social change to others.
- Feel good, improve your health and reduce stress.
- Learn, grow, and have fun
Questions or more information contact Kim McKone, Director of Outreach at 336.854.8410.
Ways to Volunteer
We always need help making the YMCA a welcome and great place to be! Fill out the below application. It will be e-mailed to your local Volunteer Coordinator and then you will attend the volunteer orientation. At that orientation you will go over the open volunteer opportunities. Age for Volunteers varies by location.
Youth Sports Volunteer Coach
YMCA of Greensboro is in need of volunteer coaches for all of our Youth Sports. Sign up to help today and make a difference in a child's life.
Bright Beginnings Volunteer
At the Y we believe that every child should start the school year ready to excel. We believe that success starts from day one and we know our community can come together to help all of the children in our city achieve success.
Special Events Volunteer
Provide leadership to the YMCA through membership on a branch Board of Management or one of its committees.
To find out about opportunities contact the Executive Director at your local YMCA