Programs For Everyone

YMCA of Silicon Valley offers a variety of programs, services, and initiatives that enable kids to realize their potential, provide ways for families to have fun together, and empower people to live healthier lives.

IMPACTING LIVES TOGETHER

The pandemic has been challenging for all of us. Amidst it all, you stepped forward with support to help the Y serve your most vulnerable neighbors. I invite you to spend a couple of minutes watching this video to see the impact you made possible.

Your Place to Belong

YMCA of Silicon Valley offers a unique set of programs and services at our health and wellness facilities throughout the Bay Area ranging from Redwood City to Morgan Hill. We also offer a wilderness resident camp in the Redwoods at YMCA Camp Campbell and Before and After School Programs at multiple school campuses.

Find the location best for you, and schedule a tour with our welcoming staff and volunteers.

 

 

What's happening at the Y?

Happy student with mask
Distance learning had an indisputable effect on our youth last year. Thanks to the generosity and partnership of Y supporters, the Y was able to help kids catch up academically.
Teen leader engaged in online meeting.
Teens today are coping with a variety of challenges, including the risks of drug and alcohol abuse and mental health. Throughout the last two years, Asian American Community Involvement (AACI) partnered with our YMCA to address these risks because of our extensive experience in Teen Leadership program development.
South Valley Family YMCA member Tom Butt with friends at the Y
In 2020, 67-year old Tom Butts spent 110 days in the hospital with COVID-19. He was fighting for his life on a ventilator, in a medically-induced coma at Kaiser Permanente San Jose. Tom left the hospital 110 days later weighing only 97 lbs. As a lifelong triathlete, Tom was used to pushing his body to the limits in fitness training, but he knew that if he ever wanted to run, cycle, or swim another mile, he’d need to train like never before and learn to use his lungs again.