“To put christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all."
The YMCA serves 5872 members 48% of those members are under the age of 18 and 12% over the age of 60. Family memberships make up 63% of our total membership units.
We celebrate 150,299 impact moments that occurred when individuals learn skills, improve health, meet friends and more.
No one is turned away because of inability to pay. Scholarships, subsidies and outreach provide critical access to low income families. The "Everyone Belongs”Income Based Membership program, in which membership fees are based on family income, was started in 2011 to better serve the Community and now has 329 members.
The YMCA provided $155,771 in direct financial assistance to those that qualified
Responding to Community Needs
The Salina Family Y is one of the largest providers of affordable child care in the Salina area.
Over the last year, we provided free health screenings, exercise and nutrition activities for members and non-members at a value of $177,500.
$87,500 worth of space was provided at little or no charge for community service organizations, outside clubs and other nonprofit agencies.
The Salina Family Y has created key partnerships with such organizations as: USD 305, Big Brothers-Big Sisters, Salina Regional Health Center, Saline County Health Department, Coronado Area Council Boy Scouts, Foster Families, USD 306, USD 400 and the Salina Area and McPherson County United Ways.
The Salina Family YMCA is a volunteer-led, nonprofit agency with a Board of Directors and various committees.
In 2015, 849 volunteers donated 7044 hours to the Salina Family YMCA. This value is equivalent to $147,078 in staff wages.
Last year, $766,991 was donated and granted to the Salina Y through annual campaign, grants, and other gifts representing 27% of our operating income.
In 2015,The Y supported schools and other non-profits through donations of memberships and programs totaling $6310