Important COVID-19 Updates

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Our knowledge evolves with time. Please know we are monitoring information from public health officials and will continue to provide updated communications here.

As you know, the YMCA is a mission-based organization dedicated to serving the community. Throughout our 149 years we have adapted to serve our families and neighbors in new ways. Our community needs us today, more than ever, and we ask that you #StayWithUs.

What does "Staying with Us" mean?
Thank you for staying with as a cause driven member.  If your intention is to keep your membership drafting, you do not need to fill out the on hold request. Staying with us ensures the Y remains strong during this difficult time. Thank you for your support, we are stronger together!

What does "On Hold" mean?
By placing your membership on hold no fees will be collected during the facility closure. Once the Y is able to reopen, the Y will automatically reactivate your membership. Please proceed to the on hold membership form.

  • April 1st on holds will be accepted through March 31st.
  • April 15th on holds will be accepted through April 14th.

Other membership inquiries may be sent to

What have we communicated to our members?
Several email communications have been sent to members. See our communication history on the right hand column. If you need to have any updates to your contact information please utilize the email.


At the Y, everything we do is guided by our mission of supporting and strengthening all, which has become even more critical now. The YMCA is a community and this situation has only proven again that our community is not defined by a physical building. It is defined by the many caring and generous people who make it up—you are one of those people.

The safety and well-being of our members, program participants, staff and neighbors in the community have always been and always will be our top priority. You are family, and we care about you.

The response to COVID-19 is evolving and changing rapidly. On Monday, March 16th we closed our 4 Green Bay YMCA facilities. These closures were preventative in nature. We have not had a confirmed case or exposure to our YMCA facilities known to us at this time.

We are working hard to continue to serve our community and have mobilized the following efforts:

Emergency Childcare

In response to the needs of our community, the YMCA will be extending full-day child care to children of essential healthcare and emergency personnel. Please click here for more information.

Health and Wellness Resources

Our buildings are closed but we are still here for you. We continue to focus on our members by securing online fitness relationships through facebook lives and recording fitness workouts and seminars for our members to use from home. Please check our On Demand page for current options sucha s Stay Health-Y 600, Y 360 classes and free MOSSA fitness classes. Check out our new Live and On Demand Schedule and stay connected with your Greater Green Bay YMCA.


We have opened Kid Day Out care to essential healthcare and emergency personnel. If you are a current SACC family, you would have received an eblast communication from the YMCA on Sunday March 15th outlining our response. Please see our FAQs.

We are still taking registrations for summer camp, and we encourage you to register to save your child's spot.  In the event that we delay or cancel these programs, you will be issued a full refund. To register, please click the link to your preferred camp.
Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya
Camp Wabansi
Kamp Kermit

Currently, we have cancelled all events through April (with the exception of some essential community events such as Blood Drives). We will monitor the situation as it unfolds, and will cancel future events as needed. Please check our events page for future programming.