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For A Better Us.

At the Y, we believe something changes about people when everyone has a place to belong. Kids become teammates. Beginners become regulars. Strangers become a community. And together, we all become stronger.

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A healthier, more equitable, more connected community.

We’re committed to the YMCA mission: “To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.” To do that, we focus on three key areas.

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Youth Development

We support children and their families through all the stages of growing up. Our early childhood programs teach essential social and academic skills. Our swim lessons instill confidence and save lives. Our youth sports help athletes get active and connected. And our teen programs empower students—preparing them for college or careers, teaching leadership skills, and helping them give back to their community.

Healthy Living

We support the pursuit of healthy living, whatever that means to you. We offer programs for all ages, activity levels and interests—from finding a workout you love to meeting your neighbors.

Social Responsibility

We support a better Indiana, for each of us and all of us. Our local services and programs work to address child welfare, employment, substance abuse, housing, and education issues. And as part of the worldwide YMCA, we help bring awareness, advocate for change, and positively influence public policy.

Our History

The first YMCA was founded in London in 1844. The beginning of the YMCA in Central Indiana goes back nearly as far: 1854, to be exact. For more than 150 years, we’ve worked together to build a stronger, healthier and more connected community.

Today, we serve more than 200,000 people from all walks of life—providing over $7 million in scholarships, program subsidies and underwritten programs in low-income communities.

Together, we’ve endured wars, floods, recessions and depressions. We’ve always responded by being here for our neighbors. And we always will.

Our Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion

The YMCA of Greater Indianapolis is committed to creating an environment where every individual regardless of race/ethnic identity, gender, age, socioeconomics, language, ability, and background has an opportunity to thrive.

We believe that we should reflect the communities that we serve and value the contributions of our diverse communities. We are committed to creating a welcoming place for all by identifying and removing barriers in hiring practices, membership policies, and program offerings that inhibit our ability to create a positive, welcoming place for all.

Meet Our YMCA Leadership Team

  • GREGG HILAND
    President & Chief Executive Officer
  • MICHAEL FARRIS, JR.
    Senior Vice President, Chief Operations Officer
  • RANDY BORDEAU
    Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer
  • LA VEDA HOWELL
    Senior Vice President, Talent/Chief People Officer
  • GINGER PLEXICO
    Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer
  • JUSTIN BLACKSTONE
    Senior Vice President, Chief Development Officer
  • COLLEEN HORAN
    Senior Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer
  • JESSICA MOORE
    Senior Vice President, Chief Equity Advancement Officer

  • KRISTIN MAYS-CORBITT
    YMCA Association Board Chair, President, Mays Chemical
  • JOE WHITE
    YMCA Association Board Vice Chair, Executive Vice President, New City Development Partners
  • DOUG GETTELFINGER
    YMCA Association Board Treasurer, Civic Leader
  • KAREN AMSTUTZ, MD MBA FAAP
    YMCA Association Board Secretary, SVP Chief Medical Officer, AmeriHealth Caritas
  • CLIFF ALLEN
    Vice President-Investments, UBS Wealth Management & UBS Financial Services
  • BILL BROOKS
    Civic Leader
  • QUINN BUCKNER
    Vice President of Communications, Pacers Sports & Entertainment
  • ANDY BUROKER
    Partner, Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
  • STEPHEN L. CORBITT
    Principal, CorGroup, LLC
  • THOMAS CROUCH
    Civic Leader
  • TOM DENARI
    CEO, Young & Laramore
  • JOHN W. DIETZ, JR., MD
    OrthoIndy
  • CRAIG FENNEMAN
    Civic Leader
  • M. ZACH GORDON
    Partner, Taft, Stettinius & Hollister, LLP
  • JILL HALL
    President, Repro Graphix, Inc.
  • JEFFREY A. HARRISON
    President & CEO, Citizens Energy Group
  • KEN JOHNSON
    President, Central Region, AECOM Hunt
  • DARREN KAY
    Partner, Ernst & Young
  • RHONDA KITTLE
    Civic Leader
  • TERESA S. LUBBERS
    Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education
  • TIM MARTIN
    Civic Leader
  • ROBERT C. MCDONALD, M.D.
    President, Aledo Consulting
  • JOHN D. MERRILL
    Owner, Merrill Property Group
  • DEBORAH OATES
    President, Nubian Construction Group
  • TRICIA RAKE
    Vice President, Private Banking, The National Bank of Indianapolis
  • KENNETH SCOTT
    Chief Financial Officer, Family Development Services
  • KEVIN SPEER
    Senior Vice President and Ministry Market Executive, Ascension Indiana
  • DOUG WALKER
    President, Walker Professional Insurance
  • CHERYL E. WATSON
    President, Tea unwrapped, LLC
  • BART YORK
    Civic Leader

  • ERICA YOUNG
    Avondale Meadows YMCA
  • JIM NAUMOVICH
    Baxter YMCA
  • TIM MARTIN
    Benjamin Harrison YMCA
  • BRENDAN MURPHY
    Fishers YMCA
  • CRAIG FENNEMAN
    Flat Rock River YMCA Camp
  • CRAIG WHITE
    Hendricks Regional Health YMCA
  • TONY HAHN
    Irsay Family YMCA at CityWay
  • MONTE BAILEY
    Jordan YMCA
  • THEA KELLY
    OrthoIndy Foundation YMCA
  • MICHELE GOODRICH
    Ransburg YMCA
  • DEE HOOD
    Witham Family YMCA
  • AUTUMN REINBOLD
    YMCA at the Athenaeum
  • MARISA ZAMBRANO
    Youth Development YMCA

Annual Reports

2022 Impact Report

2021 Impact Report

2020 Impact Report

2019 Impact Report

2018 Impact Report

2017 Impact Report

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