570 YMCA Drive, Salina, Kansas 67401
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Annual Campaign   

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, campership 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.
GIVE TODAY: Every dollar donated to the Salina Family YMCA has a lasting impact on the people of our communities. Give today for a better us.
$50 Develops a life skill in a sport or swim lesson for one child.
$115 Provides access for one child to attend a week of preschool or Camp Swat
$600 Helps a child attend Camp Wood for one week.
$1,000 Teaches life-saving water skills to twenty 2nd graders.


Capital Campaign  

The Next Pillar Campaign

The Next Pillar Campaign serves to renovate and improve the current facility to address critical areas of need, including Youth & Family Programs, Aquatics, Locker Rooms, and Infrastructure. 

The growth of Youth and Family Programs
  • Increased security and safety to our licensed Early Education Center (EEC) serving children 2 ½ to 5 years of age
  • A larger hub for our licensed After School and Summer Camp programs serving children ages 5 to 12 years of age
  • Addition of a multi-purpose room for increased programs and training opportunities
  • Multi-generational programming areas for social and physical interaction with members of all ages
Improvements to the Aquatics Area
  • New and improved lighting and air controls in the Lap Pool
  • Repairs of both pool floors
  • Improved cosmetic updates
Redesign of Locker Rooms
  • Improved accessibility to those with special needs
  • Updated air control and lighting

Infrastructure updates

  • Updating technology, plumbing, electrical and ventilation to ensure the viability of the Y facility for many generations to come

These critical updates will ensure increased capacity to provide programs as well as improve safety, ADA compliance and the experience of our members and guests.  Today, the YMCA serves over 25,000 individuals ranging in age from infant to over 100!  The Y is a critical community agency, impacting all facets of life in Salina – hosting community events, partnering with municipal leadership, schools, other nonprofits and businesses to make families stronger.

The Campaign is only a means to an end. The Campaign serves to update our facility, allowing current and future families of Salina access to healthy lifestyles and a stronger community.

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Our Mission:

To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

The Y is a volunteer-led, community-owned, 501c3 nonprofit organization, and any income is reinvested to meet local needs.

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