Spears Family YMCA

YMCA of Greensboro

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VOLUNTEER AT THE Y!

You can positively impact lives right in your own community with the Y. Volunteers of all ages help the Y nurture youth, improve health and well-being and assist our neighbors in need.

We value your time and enthusiasm and look forward to creating a fun, fulfilling volunteer experience for you.

Y volunteers enjoy:
A wide variety of locations and programs to fit personal interests
Options for one-time, seasonal and ongoing volunteerism
Making new friends, networking and gaining experience

YMCA Volunteer Application

UPCOMING EVENT:

The National YMCA Championship Short Course Swim Meet is Wednesday, April 3 through Saturday, April 6 this year.

Attached are the jobs and time slots that we need volunteers. If you can help out, please complete the attached volunteer application and return to Kim McKone via email.

There will be a training and orientation for all volunteers the evening of April 2 and all volunteers will receive a shirt!

YMCA National Championship Short Course Swim Meet Information

 

WHAT CAN YOU DO?

Youth Development
Our volunteers nurture the potential of thousands of kids year-round. They teach, mentor, guide and support kids from their first few weeks of life through their first steps into adulthood.

Healthy Living
Y volunteers provide support, resources and guidance to kids, adults and families so they can achieve greater health and well-being in spirit, mind and body.

Social Responsibility
Volunteers help the Y listen and respond to the social and critical needs of Greensboro. They help inspire compassion and involvement in our community.

 


The mission of the YMCA of Greensboro is to put Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.
The goal of the YMCA of Greensboro is to turn no one away due to an inability to pay. Find out more about supporting or receiving help through our We Build People program.

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