The YMCA of York and York County Offers Digital Membership Experience
The YMCA of York and York County acknowledges the difficulties that its members and the community are facing during this challenging time. This is why, even though all of its branches are closed, the nonprofit organization is offering valuable free resources to the community through its “Digital Membership Experience.”
The YMCA of York and York County is sending out daily emails to all its members and stakeholders with updates on its ongoing charitable work, healthy living tips, virtual workouts with YMCA instructors, youth & family activities, lists of other community resources, and more. All of the content from these emails is available free of charge for anyone athttps://yorkcoymca.org/digitalmembership/
“When we say, ‘we’re more than just a gym,’ we mean it. We don’t need a building to empower the community” says Joe Kirkenir, Director of Development and Communications at the YMCA. “We want to make sure our members can continue to live healthy and happy lives even when they can’t come to our facilities. Also, we want to show our members the great life-changing work that they make possible simply by being a part of the Y family, such as the New American Welcome Center, Southern Community Services, and the Men’s Residence.”
About the Y
The YMCA of York and York County is one of the nation’s leading nonprofits, strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. Serving over 66,000 people in the greater York region with over 13,000 annual active members, the Y engages men, women, and children, regardless of age, income, or background, to nurture the potential of children and teens, improve the region’s health and well-being, and provide opportunities to give back and support neighbors. Anchored in the York community for 165 years, the Y has long-standing relationships and a physical presence not just to promise, but to deliver, lasting personal and social change.