We believe that all kids deserve the opportunity to discover who they are and what they can achieve—and that the values and skills they learn are vital building blocks for quality of life.
We're passionate about improving our community's health and well being—by providing the resources and guidance to help maintain or improve physical fitness; address individual health issues such as childhood obesity and diabetes; and achieve true balance among body, mind and spirit.
Communities are at their best when people work together for the common good. Here at the Y, our volunteers, donors, members, partners and friends share a common goal—to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has an opportunity to give back and support their neighbors.
The Greater Burlington YMCA has been at the heart of the community for more than 144 years. Today, we touch more than 13,000 lives through 2 fitness branches, 24 childcare sites and offer more than 80 youth and family development programs within five counties. We live our not-for-profit mission by providing life changing experiences and assistance to everyone of all ages, background, ability, race or religion.
Sept. 1 2014
Both Burlington and Winooski locations will be open from 7:00am-2:00pm on Monday Sept. 1 in honor of Labor Day.
Spots are still available for the Mother-Child Weekend (Sept. 12-14) and Father Son Camp (Sept. 26-28), sign up today and enjoy the end of summer on the beautiful shores of Lake Champlain at Camp Abnaki in North Hero.
Once you hit 50, staying strong and healthy requires work. Get tips on keeping fit past fifty during Healthy Aging Week, August 25-29. Free presentations and workshops, followed by a FREE week-long trial membership.
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