Your investment in YMCA facilities will change the future for people in central Indiana.

Through Capital Campaign Support the YMCA is committed to implementing big and exciting steps to address the health problems facing local residents.

Like no other organization, the YMCA has the expertise, programs and resources to change the future of our city. Since its founding in 1854, the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis has strengthened the fabric of our community by focusing on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

Approximately one in every nine people in central Indiana directly experiences the benefits of Y membership. To make certain our services are accessible to all the YMCA provides over $7 million annually in community assistance.

The YMCA offers scholarships, subsidies and underwriting to serve vulnerable, low-income residents and neighborhoods. Capital Campaign investments allow us to build and improve the facilities. They also help us deliver Y programs to everyone in metropolitan Indianapolis.

The following projects are currently being funded to address our community needs:

Westfield is a growing hub for businesses and home to families seeking the best quality of life: excellent schools, great opportunities for recreation, and a welcoming community.

Like Westfield, the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis began with a higher mission: helping people become healthier in spirit, mind, and body. Today, our Y has expanded into a movement that serves all people. We serve seven Central Indiana counties and a population of nearly 1.7 million people.

In addition to serving more people and places across Central Indiana, our work has evolved and our impact has expanded. We’re not just a gym. We’re not just a charity. We’re about families, but we’re also about singles, college students, new couples, and empty-nesters. Above all, we’re about community.

That’s why we’re so excited about what’s next: Our campaign to bring the YMCA to Westfield.

Click here to make a gift to support the YMCA in Westfield Capital Campaign.