We are in unprecedented times. We are confronting a new enemy that threatens our health and our peace of mind. We could despair, panic, or we can respond. The well-being of YMCA’s members, staff, volunteers, and the community is a priority of the Greater Green Bay YMCA. They are adjusting, as advised by public officials, and responding to a growing need.
“Because of the evolving rules governing the coronavirus pandemic, the impact of school closures, and the growing demand on health care professionals and essential community personnel, we are extending our West Side Y services to support essential community personnel in caring for their children during this crisis,” said YMCA President and CEO Sean Elliott. “We want to make sure those on the front lines in our community feel confident that their children are in a safe place, so they can continue to care for a growing number of our loved ones during this difficult time.”
Effective until further notice, the YMCA School-Age childcare team will extend it’s Kids’ Day Out child care program for children ages 5 to 12 to include the children of all essential personnel. If interested or in need of this program, please contact the school-age child care office at (920) 436-9675.
Since Monday, March 16th, regular operation of all Greater Green Bay branches have been closed.
“The Y is so much more than fitness centers and gyms, pools and locker rooms; we are a community impact organization and a leading community partner.The YMCA is dedicated to strengthening and protecting the spirits, minds, and bodies of our community,” said Elliott.