SUPPORT THE Y'S COVID-19 RESPONSE FUND
Help ensure YMCA of Silicon Valley has the resources necessary to deliver critically needed services to our healthcare providers, neighbors and communities.
Our neighbors throughout Silicon Valley need us more than ever during this challenging time. Your financial support will help the Y provide essential services to vulnerable children and families in the coming year.
Your donation to the YMCA of Silicon Valley Annual Campaign supports the Y’s COVID-19 Response Efforts and allows us to continue making a positive impact in the community during these unprecedented times.
As a donor, you are essential to the Y’s ability to continue critical community work every day to serve children, families, and individuals, and to cover our general operating expenses. We are pivoting to provide urgent day care for children of healthcare workers, partnering to distribute food to children and families in low income communities, making hot to-go meals for seniors, and setting up blood donation centers. For more than 150 years, the Y has been a cornerstone for communities in Silicon Valley and we continue to step up where we are needed the most.
Please give to the Y and keep our good work and legacy alive. We deeply appreciate any help you are able to offer.
We can’t do it alone…we need you beside us. Please consider making an additional gift to YMCA of Silicon Valley to help ensure we have the resources necessary to deliver these critically needed services to our communities, neighbors, and life-saving healthcare providers.
Distance Learning Support for Students through Y Learning Labs for Super Scholars, addressing urgent childcare needs for parents and providing distance learning support, access to technology and Wi-Fi, healthy meals and daily physical activity for youth.
Hunger Relief for Youth through the Y’s Year Round Meal Program, providing food distribution to youth at 37 locations throughout Silicon Valley where the need is greatest.
Supporting Vulnerable Neighbors through virtual resources for fitness, socio- emotional learning and education for youth and adults, the YMCA Virtual Diabetes Prevention Program, and welfare check-ins on seniors and vulnerable community members.
Safe Access to Nutrition for Seniors through a partnership with Santa Clara County Senior Nutrition Program, City of Morgan Hill, and the City of Gilroy that allows the Y to provide free hot and healthy meals as grab and go pickup for seniors.
Family Strengthening Resources through Project Cornerstone virtual lessons and resources that allow families to continue promoting positive character development at home and provide tools to better deal with pandemic related stresses.
Civic Engagement for Teens through the fully virtual YMCA Youth & Government, helping to create the next generation of thoughtful, committed, and active citizens by teaching them the principles of a democratic society.
Closing the Digital Divide through YMCA Internet Access Hubs offered at select YMCA Branch facilities, providing open access to free high speed Wi-Fi for Silicon Valley residents in need.
YMCA Camp Campbell Fire Impact Fund to help repair the damage sustained by the CZU Complex Fires and ensure Camp can be here for many more youth and families in the upcoming years.