We build healthy communities
The YMCA of Western Ontario's mission is to be a multi-service charity that provides opportunities for personal growth in spirit, mind and body for people of all backgrounds, beliefs and abilities.
Our Core Values
Honesty, Caring, Respect, Responsibility
Association Board of Directors
Marjie Macoun (chair), Aaron Atcheson, Colin Bierbaum, Andrea Feddema, Peter Gilbert, Jessica Golyatov, Mike Hodgson, Gus Kotsiomitis, Herald Krimmer, Linda Nicholls, Janet Paolatto, Rubelyn Smith, Wan-Peng Sun, Sarah Tattersall, Paul Way, Jim Weese and Jena Winterburn
All are welcome
With health and fitness branches, camps, child care centres, community programs and newcomer services across the region, YMCA of Western Ontario is committed to the development of healthy communities. Our locations, programs and services are designed to help our members and participants grow in spirit, mind and body and are open to people of all backgrounds, beliefs and abilities.
This commitment includes a special focus on the region’s children and youth. From the kids in our camps and those participating in soccer and swimming lessons, to youth who are new to London from around the world, the Y is committed to helping our next generation to grow and thrive, as healthy individuals and passionate future leaders.
In the past year, we have supported more than 135,000 participants across London, Strathroy, St. Thomas, Woodstock, Windsor and surrounding counties, with opportunities to learn, grow and live healthy lifestyles.
“The Y has given me more than I could imagine. It has helped my children have a happy, healthy Mom – and you can’t put a price on that.”~ Mary
“Y” not join these participants and our nearly 70,000 members in the region to share our vision of a healthy community? See you soon.
Read our 2015 Annual Report for more information
Read our 2014 Annual Report for more information
Read our 2013 Annual Report for more information
Read our 2012 Annual Report for more information.
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