Each year, contributions from donors like you help our Y provide assistance and resources to our neighborhoods and community members. Each day brings new challenges to our communities, creating a greater need for YMCA of Silicon Valley programs.


Boy swimming
#ByTheNumbers is a reflection on the Y’s impact over the past year, and a standard to meet and exceed as we continue to strengthen our community. The Y was founded on the principal of serving the most significant community needs, and this year was no exception. Though unquestionably a challenging year, with the support and effort our neighbors, donors, and partners the Y emerged stronger. Kid, families and seniors were fed nutritious meals, essential workers received childcare support, youth studying at home stayed on track with distance learning support, and Y staff were able to emotionally and physically support the most vulnerable, lonely, members of our community. Take a deeper look with #ByTheNumbers.
Join us in honoring Black History Month this February. The foremost purpose of Black History Month is to make all Americans aware of the struggle for freedom and equal opportunity. Talk with your kids about Black History Month using the following family friendly activities recommended by our Youth Development Team.
A ½ cup of sweet potatoes is an excellent source* of vitamin A and vitamin C. Vitamin A helps keep your vision good, fight infections, and keep your skin healthy. A ½ cup of sweet potatoes is also a good source** of fiber, vitamin B6 , and potassium.


Joseph Hernandez

Director of Administrative Services

Angela Rodriguez

Associate Executive Director - Youth Development

Jaqueline Ruvalcaba

Program Director – After School


Eunice Harms

Board Member

Denise Morris

Board Member

Marvin Morris

Board Member

Rufus White

Board Member

Rahul Devaskar

Board Member