The YMCA of Greater New York serves nearly 500,000 New Yorkers annually, including those who live in vulnerable and under-resourced communities.
As a nonprofit organization that operates branches, childcare, camp sites, and community centers across the city, the YMCA has pivoted to meet critical needs during this pandemic. But since closing our branches in mid-March, the Y has lost over $70 million in revenue, threatening our ability to serve those who need us most, highlighted in this CBS news clip. Help us reach our goal of $5 million to provide the vital services that the city and New Yorkers across all five boroughs depend upon, by giving to the Campaign for New York City >
Your generosity provides life-changing opportunities for New Yorkers.
Growing in the Bronx
The new La Central YMCA in the South Bronx and the Northeast Bronx YMCA, to be completed in 2021, will serve tens of thousands of residents each year, create new jobs, add new recreational and learning spaces, and foster community engagement. These projects are possible thanks to generous supporters.