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The Y benefits the community.

We have worked for over 20 years to provide programs that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. Our goal is to continue that mission for many years to come. The Y gives everyone an opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. When you give to the Y, your gift will have a meaningful, enduring impact right in your own neighborhood. Give a gift that changes lives by helping build stronger kids, stronger families, and a stronger community.

Your support is needed now more than ever.

While we continue to collaborate with local partners in addressing the needs of the community, the decreased revenue from the pandemic and resulting economics are challenging for everyone. With support from you and others in our community, we will remain strong and ready to serve the needs of our community well into the future.

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Double Your Impact: Strengthen Our Community Together

We invite you to contribute to our YMCA’s newly created endowment fund. The YMCA Legacy Fund, during our community foundation’s 30-hour match day, February 18-19. Your donation to our endowment fund not only supports the YMCA’s long-term sustainability but also qualifies for a 1:1 match, doubling the impact of your generosity! Join us in building a healthier, more vibrant community. Your support matters! To donate: Write a check payable to the Owen County Community Foundation with the Owen County [...]

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Meet Rita: How Your Donations Help Our Community

Meet Rita: How Your Donations Help Our Community The Y is filled with possibility and potential. Children, adults, and families look to us to provide guidance, support, and help them unlock their potential. We rely on generous donors like you to make this possible. Here is one example of what you’ve made possible: Rita’s pain management doctor wanted her to do water therapy with a physical therapist, and she was not thrilled... Instead, Rita decided to join the YMCA [...]

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