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Giving back and providing support to our neighbors

Volunteer

TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Do you love giving back to your community?

At the Y, there are so many ways you can help us make a positive impact on our community. Volunteer your time at one of our many charitable community events or make a donation that will give a family in need the opportunity to benefit from membership and childcare services provided by our YMCA. Either way, your help and generosity will allow us to provide invaluable services to our community.

Click here to learn how your donation can help us provide services to families in need.
Click here to find volunteer opportunities at the Y.

Annual Campaign

STRENGTHENING OUR COMMUNITY
ONE CHILD AT A TIME

2019 Strong Kids Campaign

Did you know that the Y is committed to making services available to all, regardless of their ability to pay?  The YMCA of Middletown has a history of over 130 years of helping those  who are most in need.  We are able to keep this commitment through the generosity of our members, local businesses and community donors who support our Strong Kids Campaign.

Strong Kids scholarship assistance allows us to dramatically change the lives of those who may not be able to pay for YMCA services. By contributing to our Strong Kids Campaign you will change the life of someone right here in your local community.

  • A child attends a quality after school program while their single parent works.
  • A senior citizen takes water exercise classes remaining active and healthy thereby remaining independent and living in their own home.
  • A child experiences a memorable summer day camp after losing a parent earlier that year.
  • A teen participates in the Y’s Youth and Government program and develops the courage to stand up in front of 450 peers to debate the merits of their proposed bill.

The YMCA does not receive ongoing governmental support, nor does it receive United Way funding, so we count on your support to our Strong Kids Campaign. Every year the YMCA provides over $200,000 of scholarship assistance in our local communities, thanks to the Strong Kids Campaign.

The overall goal for our 2019 Strong Kids Campaign is $155,000.
Please help us reach our goal.

HOW YOUR DOLLARS MAKE A DIFFERENCE:

$100A child receives a 1-year membership to the Y and participates in programs that build confidence and start them on the right track to a healthy lifestyle.
$250Two children attend the Y’s School’s Out Vacation Camp duirng winter or spring break where they are engaged in meaningful activities all day long.
$500Three children attend one week of YMCA Summer Camp-an experience no child should miss out on.
$1,000Two families receive a 1-year membership to the Y where every members of the families can learn grow and thrive.
$2,500Five families receive partial scholarships for 1-year to send their child to the Y’s Club Kid before and after school program so parents can provide for their families while children play safely.
$5,000Each year ten students attend a Youth & Government weekend summit in Albany.

 

Gifts may be designated as “unrestricted”, in which case we will invest it in the program or location where it is needed most. As a 501 (c) 3 corporation, all donations to the YMCA are tax-deductible.

To make a donation or to learn more about the Strong Kids Campaign contact:

Laura Baird, Strong Kids Campaign Chair
lbaird@middletownymca.org

Thank You To Our Community Partners

Community Events

BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETHER
FOR A GOOD CAUSE OR JUST BECAUSE

Throughout the year the Y hosts events that help strengthen our community, whether its a Family Night giving family members a place to bond or one of our annual races that promotes a healthy lifestyle, all of our events help us give back to the community. Proceeds from many of our events are contributed to our Annual Strong Kids Campaign which in turn helps the Y provide financial assistance for our programs and services while other events simply bring people together.

Ruthie spent her entire life in the Middletown area and was an active part of the community.

She worked with the Middletown School District, as well as here, at the YMCA of Middletown. She was truly an integral part of our association. Her classes were well received and her benevolent nature always had her involved in an array of “Y” activities.

An avid runner, Ruthie was symbolic of our mission. Her dedication to building healthy Spirit, Mind and Body was exemplified in all she did.

Ruhtie Run Ruthie conveyed this enthusiasm for life, to all who knew her.
Because of this, it seemed a proper tribute to rededicate our road race to Ruthie’s memory. This event raises money each year for the children of our community. The funds raised benefit the Middletown School District Ruthie Dino-Marshall Memorial Fund and the YMCA of Middletown summer camp scholarship fund.

22nd Annual Ruthie Dino-Marshall 5K

Sunday, June 9, 2019
Register at any of our branches or click here to register online.
Course Map
USATF certified # NY15101JG

The YMCA is a proud partner of the Middletown Triple Challenge - more information coming soon.

Sponsored By:
This year's race is presented by Todd Lyons Paving and sponsored in part by Quinnz Pinz.

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GIVE IT A TRI

Indoor Triathlon

YMCA OF MIDDLETOWN

Saturday, February 2, 2019
Snow Date: Sunday, February  3rd

Get through it, win it, either way just TRI it!
Each wave will begin with a 10 minute swim, transition to a 20 minute cycle and end with a 20 minute run. The more distance you cover during your swim, cycle, and run, the higher you score.

All proceeds benefit the Y’s Annual Strong Kids Campaign.

Must be at least 4’11’’ to participate.

Warm Up: 8:00 am-8:45 am
First Wave: 9:00 am
Sections of the gym & pool will remain open during the event for later waves to warm up.

$25 per person • $75 for relay groups of 3

REGISTRATION IS OPEN UNTIL JANUARY 31, 2019.

Click here for a printable registration form.
Click here to register online.

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