The elevator is currently not in service. Technicians have been called and are scheduled. Until then, we do not have elevator access and the main stairs down to the lower level are closed for remodeling. Therefore participants must walk additional s - More Details >>
When we come together with a common goal and purpose, amazing things can happen.
A LIFE MAY BE SAVED when three hundred second graders from local elementary schools learn the basic water lifesaving skills in the Splash Water Safety Program.
A NEW FRIEND IS MADE when a child has the opportunity to learn meet other children while learning new skills such as horseback riding, archery, canoeing, craft making and more while surrounded by nature at YMCA Camp Wood resident camp. Many children that participate through our outreach program have never been to camp, learned camp songs or had the opportunity to be a part of something so awesome.
A CHILD THAT MAY BE HUNGRY IS FED through the partnership with St. John’s Missionary Baptist Church to feed the participants in our after school programs. Our goal is to reduce the number of children in Salina that go to bed hungry by providing this service and expanding our reach in the summer to our campers and local children.
HEALTHY HABITS begin when an individual, who after years of being overweight and or in pain, participates in Y programs serving those with chronic illnesses. The Y’s Diabetes Prevention Program and Enhance arthritis programs continue to grow and expand.
Some would call us a gym. We are so much more! We have a mission of service. Be a part of our family to make a difference in the lives of thousands of youth and families in our community.
All kids deserve the opportunity to discover who they are and what they can achieve, under the guidance of caring adults who believe in their potential. We see every interaction with young people as an opportunity for learning and development—all grounded in the Y’s core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility.
(Early Education • Y’s Kids • Kids Gym • Teen Leadership Club • Gymnastics • Family Center • Playground • Youth Sports • Karate • Splash • Swim Lessons • Camp Swat • Camp Wood • Child Parent Classes)
We help people and families build and maintain healthy habits for spirit, mind and body in their everyday lives. By helping kids, adults, families and seniors from all walks of life improve their health and well-being, we build
a stronger community.
(Family Fitness • Family Nights • Open Gym • Open Swim • Special Events • Active Older Adults • Group Exercise Classes (Land/Water) • Indoor Cycling • Master Swim • Yoga • Strength Training • Diabetes Prevention • Enhance Fitness • Health Screenings • Lifeguard Training • Nutrition Classes • Pre/Post Natal Yoga • Veterans Yoga • Survivorship Yoga • Personal Training • Adult Sports • Tri/Biathlons • Social Groups • Ladies Day Out)
With our doors open to all, we bring together people from all backgrounds, to support those in need. We take on the most urgent needs in our community and inspire a spirit of service in return. Our members, volunteers, supporters and staff demonstrate the power of what we can achieve by giving back together.
(Cottonwood Outreach • Foster child Assistance • Military Outreach • Financial Assistance Everyone Belongs Membership • Annual Support Campaign • Capital Campaign • Endowment Campaign • Youth Sponsorships • United Way • Community Service Hours • Policy Volunteers • Program Volunteers • Civic Engagement Activities by Staff • School Collaborations (USD 305 & Colleges) • State Alliance • Local, State, & National Advocacy Days)
Every dollar donated to the Salina Family YMCA has a lasting impact on the people of Salina and the surrounding areas. Donate today for a better us.
Having a place to go after school will make you a better student. Having an outlet to express yourself will make you a better artist. Having something to do together will make you a better family. At the Y we are helping to build better friends, listeners, swimmers, writers, scientists, musicians one chance at a time. Give the gift of opportunity. Give today!
The Salina Family YMCA is a 501 C (3) charitable organization dedicated to the development of individuals in spirit, mind and body. As a charitable organization, the Salina Family YMCA was founded and continues to be governed by volunteers. Throughout our history it has been the generous contribution of volunteer time, treasure and talent that has allowed the Salina Family YMCA to grow and flourish as it does today. The Annual Campaign offered by the Salina Family YMCA has been made possible through the generous donations of many individuals and businesses. The annual Campaign provides needed funding to support financially assisted memberships, camper ship and child care services. Many of our members contribute to the YMCA on an annual basis. These funds allow the YMCA to continue to provide an ongoing opportunity for all members of our community to personally develop in spirit, mind, and body.
Every dollar donated to the Salina Family YMCA has a lasting impact on the people of our communities. Give today for a better us.
Meet Marion. Marion battled and survived cancer three times and came to the Y for water therapy and to regain his strength. He is finding his strength and also found friends.
Meet David, Hannah and Hunter. Three siblings ages 10 & 12 including one set of twins. Due to a difficult family situation, these siblings live in different homes and go to different schools. This past summer, the Y was able to bring them together and send them to Camp Wood so they could enjoy the experience together as a family.
From safe spaces to academic achievement to family well-being and more, when you donate to the Y, you’re giving those in need the opportunity to thrive. As you know, at the Y, lives are changed every day. Your gift helps give kids, teens and adults – of all ages and backgrounds a better chance to reach their full potential.
The Y. For a better us.
The Y is a volunteer-led, community-owned, 501c3 nonprofit organization, and any income is reinvested to meet local needs.