YMCA Supports CDL and Families – OPENINGS Available

YMCA Supports CDL and Families – OPENINGS Available

Dear Valued School Partners,

The YMCA is proud to have been beside you providing support to families for before and afterschool programs, swim lessons, youth sports and more for many years.  Like you, we have been pivoting and taking plot twists as they come since March as the pandemic shifts and changes the ways in which we are able to support families in our community. It has been a lot of change but we continue to adjust our programs and guidance to provide quality care in a safe and secure environment for our youth. We are so grateful for our continued partnership with you all in order to reach more families and provide more support as needs shift, grow, and make themselves known.
Thanks to a generous gift from the United Way, we have an opportunity to offer an even greater level of financial assistance to families who are struggling at home with their youth, and we want to make sure this offer reaches those who need it most.  We have staff ready to help with Comprehensive Distance Learning, to lead activities and get our youth moving, and we now have the ability to provide healthy lunches as well!  This week I have received a couple calls from school counselors asking about resources for families – I am writing to let you know we can HELP!

We have openings for Kindergarten – 12 years old at all our programs.  As mentioned above, we provide support for CDL, offer physical activity, enrichment projects, and a healthy lunch.  Youth get to be around other youth their own age in a safe, clean, environment that will continue to support their learning and development.
If there is a need from families for more “out of school programs”, we are here. In addition to our current locations – the Y can also expand into Cal Young and Madison Middle Schools should the need arise.
Our programs are following all the Early Learning Division rules and guidelines. We also qualify as a certified provider for families receiving Employment Related Day Care assistance from DHS.
If you or the families in your school have any questions please reach out to us at or call (541) 686-9622.

Holly Kriz Anderson Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
VP Operations / Youth Development Director
2055 Patterson Street, Eugene, Oregon 97405
(P) 541 686 9622
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