Find King County Washington YMCAs. YMCAs are community based Christian organizations which provide athletics gym facilities and classes for youths.
Auburn Valley YMCA 1620 Perimeter Road Auburn WA 98001 253-833-2770
Auburn YMCA 1005 12th Street Southeast Auburn WA 98002 253-833-0931
BOLD Mountain School YMCA 309 Pontius Avenue North Seattle WA 98109 206-587-6119
Bellevue YMCA 5225 119th Avenue Southeast Bellevue WA 98006 425-644-8417
Bellevue YMCA 14230 Bel-Red Road Bellevue WA 98007 425-746-9900
Bellevue YMCA 12801 Southeast 22nd Place Bellevue WA 98005 425-641-5020
Bellevue YMCA 777 108th Avenue Northeast Bellevue WA 98004 425-451-2422
Bellevue YWCA 752 108th Avenue Northeast Bellevue WA 98004 425-453-8415
Burndale Homes Community Center YMCA 1044 18th Street Northeast Auburn WA 98002 253-736-0010
Coal Creek Family YMCA 13750 Newcastle Golf Club Road Newcastle WA 98059 425-282-1500
Dale Turner Family YMCA 19290 Aurora Avenue North Shoreline WA 98133 206-363-0446
Dunlap YMCA 4525 South Cloverdale Street Seattle WA 98118 206-760-1143
East Cherry YWCA 2820 East Cherry Street Seattle WA 98122 206-461-8480
Eastside Womans Center YWCA 752 108th Avenue Northeast Bellevue WA 98004 425-637-8375
Events Center YMCA 309 Pontius Avenue North Seattle WA 98109 206-743-8670
Federal Way YMCA 33250 21st Avenue Southwest Federal Way WA 98023 253-838-4708
Greater Seattle - Auburn Valley YMCA Perimeter Road Auburn WA 98001 253-833-2770
Greater Seattle - Sammamish Community YMCA 831 228th Avenue Southeast Sammamish WA 98075 425-395-7556
Greater Seattle Child Care YMCA 4525 South Cloverdale Street Seattle WA 98118 206-760-1143
Greater Seattle Downtown Bellevue YMCA 700 108th Avenue Northeast Bellevue WA 98004 425-637-8375
Funding for local YMCA organizations varies depending on the array of services and programs offered. Funding is generally comprised of a combination of donations from individuals and foundations, membership dues, and program fees.
Many local YMCA organizations offer memberships that provide access to certain facilities, such as fitness centers and swimming pools, allow for enrollment in Y programs at no additional cost, or both. Some Y organizations offer membership or program pricing on a sliding scale for low-income individuals and families.
Yes, the Y does rely on volunteers to provide services. Each Y organization has its own particular needs for volunteers. Nationally, about a half million volunteers help support Y programming. Volunteers work at Y facilities help out at events, serve on committees, or serve on boards.