The YMCA of Greater Indianapolis exists to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.
We see a future filled with positive change. And to ensure we’re a driving force behind this, we’ve embraced two very bold and important vision statements:
Become one of the country’s ten healthiest communities by 2025.
Understanding that a child’s future success is shaped by age three, Indianapolis will be the U.S. model for “zero to three” child development.
The original YMCA was born in London, England, in 1844. The beginning of the YMCA in Central Indiana goes back nearly as far: 1854, to be exact. That’s more than 150 years of focusing on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility here in Greater Indianapolis. It has endured wars, floods, recessions and depressions. And it has always responded by being here for its neighbors.
Today, their 12 facility centers and 3 program centers serve more than 200,000 people from every age and walk of life—providing over $7 million in scholarships, program subsidies and underwritten programs in low-income communities.
2013 Net Assets