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  • Something for every kid to enjoy - Registration now open for YMCA Summer Camps

    Kids aged 3-14 can learn new skills, make friends and stay active over the summer months with YMCA Summer Camps. With many camp options in various locations throughout Kelowna, there's something for every kid to enjoy each week. In 2017, 17,852 children and youth learned valuable skills and found a place where they belong in YMCA programs and camps

  • New Board of Directors and Years of Service Awards announced at YMCA of Okanagan AGM

    Chuck Henderson, Facility Operations Manager, and Serena Moser, Health and Fitness Manager, recognize YMCA of Okanagan staff members for their 15 years of services at the Annual General Meeting. 

  • The Magic of Volunteering

    Bryan Wentworth has been volunteering at the YMCA of Okanagan for over 13 years. Bryan personifies the values of the Y and is one of the 374 local volunteers who the YMCA of Okanagan is recognizing over National Volunteer Week, which takes place from April 15 to 21.

  • Mayor Basran Proclaims April 29 YMCA Healthy Kids Day

    YMCA Healthy Kids Day offers a wealth of resources to equip parents with ways to easily incorporate healthier habits at a young age. Kids having fun and engaging in healthy activities at last year's Healthy Kids Day event.

  • YMCA of Okanagan and Interior Savings Credit Union Promote Healthy, Active Living for Children and Families at Healthy Kids Day

    Kids, parents and volunteers enjoying YMCA’s 12th annual Healthy Kids Day in 2017 — a fun-filled day of interactive games and activities that encourages families to lead healthier, happier lives every day. It is national day dedicated to improving the health and well-being of kids across Canada.  

  • Coast Capital gives teen parents a healthy start

    Coast Capital Kelowna Branch Staff donated $16,000 to YMCA’s Young Parent Program through their Community Investment Grant for Youth. This generous donation, accepted by Ester Pike of the YMCA of Okanagan, will allow the Y to offer young mothers parenting education, diapers, formula child care for their young ones and other necessities to help them thrive.

  • Celebrating 4,440 Aquafit classes at 90 years-old

    Bea Ingram, after her Aquafit class at the YMCA of Okanagan, has been attending the Y three times a week for 37 years after becoming a member in 1981. This year, Bea celebrated her 90th birthday at the YMCA and credits the social network she has made through her local community centre for her longevity.

  • Registration Now Open for YMCA Cycle for Strong Kids

    Participants at the YMCA of Okanagan’s 2017 Cycle for Strong Kids event ride to make a difference in the lives of Okanagan children and families. This year, to impact even more children in our community, the YMCA of Okanagan hopes to raise over $100,000 through this popular team building event. 

  • YMCA offers free health assessments for seniors

    During YMCA Senior Health Assessments staff and volunteers conduct 45-minute, one-on-one evaluations, testing blood pressure, cardiovascular health, muscular strength, balance, agility and more. 

  • YMCA members raise over $29,000 for the community

    Local Y members came together to raise over $29,000 for the Y’s ‘Move to Give’ campaign through various fundraising events and opportunities, including an 80’s workout at the Downtown Y. The generosity of these members will enable the YMCA of Okanagan to continue providing subsidized health memberships, child care, health and child programs to underprivileged individuals who struggle to afford them.