Gray Stallworth, CEO
Henry first moved to Greenwood when his Dad’s job transferred his family here in May of 2012. He had a difficult time making friends at first, but now he looks forward to Y Summer Day Camp every year. “Every day we do something fun outside and I have made new friends too.” Every summer kids like Henry come to our day camp programs to explore the outdoors, build confidence, develop skills and make lasting friendships and memories.
1 in 5 children this summer at YMCA Camp Greenwood will receive financial assistance in order to attend. It’s essentially a part of their lives because a struggling, single working parent or a family without the means to provide summer care must have adequate child care services, and during the summer an additional strain is placed on a family. During the school year, a struggling parent might have some options around work hours, a family member or others who can supervise a child during a few hours after school. However, the long summer days (out of school) changes all of that.
Each of the families who receive financial assistance for summer day camp have applied for and qualified for some reduced rate. They have also accepted the responsibility to pay an agreed upon portion of the summer fees. A parent who receives financial assistance understands that responsibility and our staff work closely with them over the summer.
We have an extraordinary opportunity to ensure a brighter future for Greenwood—but we must take action today, and only your support will make it possible. Will you support one or more day campers this summer? You can send a kid to camp for as little as $40. A gift of $200 will support one camper for half the summer!
Every gift makes a difference. Everyone has a role to play. Together, we can achieve so much more.
Children stay active and are part of a team with Youth Baseball in our T-Ball, Coach Pitch, Pitching Machine and Kid Pitch leagues. In a positive and structured environment, children develop baseball skills including throwing, catching, hitting and baserunning. Not only will children have an opportunity to improve their technique, but they’ll also build social skills, […]
Your donation makes it possible for more families to reconnect and grow together.
Temperature preferences are highly individual and what seems to be not ‘hot enough’ for some, may be too hot for others. We’ve found members who could withstand much more ‘heat’ than the codes allow in the steam room.
But we need your philanthropic support to make it happen.
Is your youth wanting to workout in the Fitness Center? There are the expectations for youth ages 10-15 BEFORE they workout. Please check here for details!
Swimming is a life-long skill with many health benefits that helps people stay active, be healthy and have fun together or by themselves. There is a place for everyone at the Y – anyone at any skill level can take swimming lessons. It is never too late to learn how to swim and to enjoy the water.
YMCA swim programs teach water safety skills and help participants develop confidence in and around the water. They also offer swimmers the opportunity to enjoy water sports, enhance or learn new swim techniques and meet new friends.
Next Session of Swim Lessons
April 28 – May 15
Days: Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday
Times: 5:30pm and 7:00pm
Register at the Front Desk!
Swim Lessons – Next Session is April 28 – May 15 … Be a Safe/Confident/Swimmer
Gators Swim team – Summer season begins April 7 … We don’t count laps, we make the laps count!
Spring Break Camp – April 21-25
YMCA Baseball Registration – April 21 – May 11 …Play Ball
Summer Basketball Registration – April 28 – May 18 …. Hoop Time
Summer Day Camps – Registration is open …. Let’s Talk About Summer
Summer Sports Camp – Several Half day camps to choose from…Summer 2014