Why offer a Corporate Health Program? Healthy, happy people are good employees. Working parents need quality, safe child care they feel good about. A well-rounded benefits package, one that includes a YMCA membership, is attractive to current and potential employees.
An estimated 25-30% of companies’ medical costs/year were spent on employees with excess, often preventable, health risk. Other benefits that companies see include:
- Increased morale
- Productivity and retention
- Decreased absenteeism
- Reduced health care costs
The YMCA is fortunate to have a number of companies actively participating in the health and wellness of their employees.
If your employer is listed in the link below, you are eligible for a membership discount. Please call your local branch to determine your employer’s proof of eligibility requirements, then simply visit the Member Services desk to be placed in your company’s “Group.”
If your company is not currently a Corporate Member, but you would like to learn more about our Corporate Member partnerships and how the Y can benefit you, please contact:
Director of Membership & Retention
Corporate Membership Enrollment Qualifications:
The YMCA waives 100% of the Joining Fee for all employees. The company is not required to contribute toward their employees’ monthly membership rates, but may choose to do so in any amount (1-100%). To be a corporate member company, the company will pay an annual fee based on company size.
Companies with greater than 500 employees will benefit from a 10% subsidy on monthly membership fees, provided by the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis. This subsidy may be 15% for select hospital partners.
Police, Fire and Military groups, will benefit from a 15% subsidy on monthly membership fees, provided by the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis.
Employees at companies with less than 500 employees, or in any other case where the YMCA does not already contribute a subsidy, are eligible to join the YMCA under the Membership for All scale.
The YMCA shall have promotional access to the employees of Corporate Members.
Membership dues may be paid by bank draft or credit card draft. The method of dues payment shall be uniform for all employees at the same company.