This is Y…

The Y is for Youth!

176 YEARS AND COUNTING The YMCA was started by volunteer, George Williams in London in 1844. Over the next few decades, the YMCA served others through volunteer recruitment during the Civil War, opened YMCA's to serve student bodies at Universities,... Read More

Keeping Family Time Fun While Home

Activities for the whole family to enjoy!

Schools, attractions, and community staples have been closed or limiting visitors for weeks now, and the general recommendation is for everyone to take this time to stay home and stay healthy! The thought of this unexpected, weeks-long period at home... Read More

Volunteerism and the YMCA

Help Us Serve Our Community

Why Volunteer? According to Nonprofitssource.com, volunteering is one of the most important and beneficial actions that we can take as human beings. Our ability to give of our time and talents can make an immense difference in the communities that w... Read More

COOPED UP AT HOME?

Resources to Help You Navigate This Challenge

CORONA WHAT? We all find ourselves in a very unique situation that could never have been predicted.  The Coronavirus  seemingly came out of nowhere and turned the world upside down.  The kiddos are home from school, businesses have shut down,... Read More

Kids Can Explore Downtown Indy at YMCA Bike Camp

Kids Love to Bike, We Want Them to be Safe

One of the greatest joys in life is to be able to jump on a bike, especially as a kid in the summer. What’s even better? Going to a week-long Bike Camp in Downtown, where you can ride the Indianapolis Cultural Trail to parks, tour top attractions a... Read More