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At the Y, we're more than a gym, we're a community! Here you are part of something bigger than yourself. Over 1,200 staff and 2,000 volunteers are ready to teach, coach, and care for our over 30,000 members.

2017 Volunteer CalendarThe Greater Green Bay YMCA is a cause-driven, non-profit organization that strengthens the foundations of our community through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. We seek volunteers who desire to join the Y movement and be part of our community of service.

At the Y, a volunteer is anyone who performs a task at the direction and the behalf of the Y without compensation or special member discounts. Y volunteers have fun!

Curious about our upcoming events? Check out our 2017 Volunteer Calendar


Y Volunteer Categories

Corporate
Corporate volunteers serve on the board or a corporate committee.

Program
Program volunteers perform an on-going task for the Y. Program volunteers might be found laughing with 5th grade girls in Girls Night Out, shooting hoops with teens at Y Night, or coaching in Youth Sports.

Special Events
Special event volunteers assist the Y on a one-time basis for a specific event or task, like Halloween at the Y or Healthy Kids Day.


We Need You!

The Y can always use more volunteers! Help us:

  • Lead our Board of Directors and Committees
  • Raise funds through the Annual Campaign, to ensure the Y is accessible to everyone in the community
  • Motive and support youth through programs like Youth Sports, Girls Night Out and Swim Smart
  • Keep our camps and facilities looking beautiful for generations to come
  • Celebrate at special events like Healthy Kids Day, Halloween at the Y and Block Parties

Visit our Opportunities page for a complete listing of current volunteers needs or complete an Online Application today!


For More Information

For more information, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator:

Volunteer Development Coordinator
920 436 9577

My Y Story...

Hugo and Araceli

Hugo and Araceli’s doctor advised their mother to get the kids physically active. Hugo was diagnosed as pre-diabetic and needed to lose weight. With the help of the Strong Kids Campaign, they were able to become members of the Y. They chose swim lessons as a way to start becoming active. They were afraid of the water, did not know how to swim, and were extremely shy and timid. For the first few lessons, Araceli would not let go of the side of the pool or the instructor; now she is swimming alone with a noodle. Their confidence has improved tremendously. Hugo has been telling all his friends about the Y and how he learned to swim. Now he swims alone in the deep end of the pool and has taken an interest in running and “working out”. He is proud that he can now swim and has lost weight. ~Hugo and Araceli