Support the Intercollegiate YMCA while getting some work done around the house! Our fall clean program is our annual fundraiser to help support our Intercollegiate work throughout the year. Some of the programs that benefit from the funds raised is our free after school programs that we run in low income neighborhoods across Indianapolis as well as scholarships for our service trips that we lead each year for college students.
Our fall clean program will provide 3-4 students to come to your house to perform household chores/projects such as the ones listed below. • Leaf cleanup / Yardwork • Cleaning and Organizing • Hanging holiday decorations • Whatever you need!
A DONATION OF $175 WILL COVER 3 HOURS OF WORK PERFORMED BY INTERCOLLEGIATE YMCA VOLUNTEERS. The volunteer times are typically from 10:00-1:00 on the designated Saturday. Once you register, you will hear from the Intercollegiate YMCA with more information and next steps.
Give. Gallop. Gather.
Give back one gallop at a time on Thanksgiving morning! When you run the Gobble Gallop 5K, you support our Annual Campaign, which ensures that all ages can experience the benefits of Y membership, including health, fitness and education. In 2018 we were able give over $349,000 in financial assistance to our Westside Community. Register now!
2019 Swag Items
Thank you to our sponsors:
Join us for the 9th Annual Fishers YMCA Wishbone 5K on Thursday, November 28 at 8 a.m.! Open to the entire community. All levels of runner/walker welcome. Chip timed. Kids Fun Run. Strollers and pets welcome. Registration includes event shirt and medal. Begins and ends at the Fishers Y. All proceeds benefits kids and families who would otherwise be unable to participate in YMCA camps, programs, and membership! Register now!
Play & Learn is open to Y Household Members from 7:30 – 9:30 a.m. Registration open through November 26 at 8 p.m. – spots are limited!
It’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how you learn the game. At the YMCA, kids develop all of their skills, from catching and dribbling to teamwork and sportsmanship. Just as important, they learn firsthand the benefits of being healthy and active. And that virtual games just can’t compare to the real thing.
YMCA of Greater Indianapolis