Your time and talent go a long way
Every hour you spend as a Y volunteer translates into the caring attention a child or teen needs to grow up healthy and resilient. It translates into support for families so they can be successful and strong. Into healthier lives for people of all ages, backgrounds, abilities and incomes. Into a safer, more viable community that’s a good place to live and work.
As a Y volunteer, you can lead an exercise class, read to a preschool class, coach a basketball team, cook for a bake sale, design a program brochure, greet people at the front desk, find items for an auction, serve as a role model for young people, help out in the office or at a special event, or be part of a group or committee working on a neighborhood problem. No matter how you help, you’ll make a big difference as you work with others to create a feeling of connectedness in your community.
The basic definition of a Y volunteer is “anyone who willingly gives time to help the YMCA accomplish its mission without getting paid by the Y.” In the Y movement, we have five categories of volunteers:
How to Volunteer
Contact Jazmine Barajas, Membership & Volunteer Coordinator at 989.895.8596 or at email@example.com.