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Welcome to the Support Center!

The YMCA of Snohomish County has a team of staff here to support you and any questions you may have. For any questions or changes regarding memberships, registrations, and programs please contact us at 425 374 5779 or [email protected]

425 374 5779

How can we support you today?

On this page, you can access any document, policy, or recourse you may need. We have divided this page into sections based on programs. For example, if you have questions regarding swim lessons, please navigate to the Aquatics section of this page. Select the program you need: 

General FAQs

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Yes! Click Here to schedule a tour. We can’t wait to connect with you and invite you into our Y community.

$5 | Youth

$12 | Senior

$15 | Adult

$25 | Family

 

Please view our Inclement Weather Updates page in order to see the most up-to-date updates on potential branch or site delays and closures. 

Here is our Inclement Weather Policy for reference. 

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MEMBERSHIP

MEMBERSHIP

Here you can find and access any documents and policies regarding your membership at the Y. Visit our Membership page to learn more about membership benefits.

Discounts

When you are a member, you get to register for YMCA programs at a member discounted price! Learn more about Programs we offer.

Teachers, Administrators, School Employees, We’re Here To Support You! 

All school district employees in Snohomish County receive: $0 Join Fee and 20% of Membership Fees.

We partner with Renew Active, Silver & Fit, and Silver Sneakers to provide Insurance-Based Memberships.

SilverSneakers, Silver & Fit, and Renew Active are Medicare health plans or Medicare Supplement carriers that partner with the YMCA to provide a basic membership to the Y, with access to group exercise classes, exercise equipment, pools, saunas, and all other facility amenities.

Check with your insurance provider or bring your Health Insurance card to the Y to check eligibility if you qualify for this membership.

The YMCA offers a 20% discount to military families on their membership. We also partner with the Military DOD Outreach Initiative

Refunds and Billing

All Y memberships include a 30-day money back guarantee. Members can also initiate a hold on their membership once per calendar year. Learn more about our Membership Hold Policy.

  • Full refund granted if request is made within 30 days of joining the Y
  • No refunds available for months when Y facilities are fully open
  • Refunds may be available due to extenuating circumstances or financial hardship

Your Join Fee may be refunded if a $0 Join Fee promo runs within seven days of joining.

The Y has no contracts. Monthly payments are made automatically via bank draft or credit card draft. Alternatively, you may wish to pay for your membership one year in advance. New member activation requires a one-month payment of membership dues plus pro-rated monthly fees at time of enrollment (example, if you join on April 15, you would pay a prorated rate for 15 days of membership, plus one full month’s dues).

If you register online, the credit card you provide will be used for your monthly payments on the 1st of the month. You may change your draft day to the 15th of the month or switch payment methods at the branch.

FAQs

Yes! Schedule a Tour and then we will set you up with a free one week trial membership where you have full access to our YMCA of Snohomish County facilities. 

Or, ask a friend that is already a member of the Y if they have a Guest Pass to share so you can come to the facility with them. You can use complimentary guest passes up to three times in a year. After that,  visit your branch to learn about upcoming promotions.

Membership rates are based upon membership type – individual, family, senior, etc. View our current membership prices.

The Y has no contracts. Monthly payments are made automatically via bank draft or credit card draft. Alternatively, you may wish to pay for your membership one year in advance. New member activation requires a one-month payment of membership dues plus pro-rated monthly fees at time of enrollment (example, if you join on April 15, you would pay a prorated rate for 15 days of membership, plus one full month’s dues).

If you register online, the credit card you provide will be used for your monthly payments on the 1st of the month. You may change your draft day to the 15th of the month or switch payment methods at the branch.

When you become a YMCA of Snohomish County member, you are automatically welcomed into six family branches that offer a wide variety of youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility opportunities. Several programs are also housed off-site, including our Youth Development Centers and Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Nationwide Membership - We want to encourage members to use the Y as often as they can. Sometimes, it’s more convenient for members to use a Y in a different location when traveling, near a workplace, or in another region. Now, full facility/full privilege YMCA members have the flexibility to use other Y facilities throughout the USA, at no extra charge.

Your YMCA of Snohomish County facility membership gives you unlimited access to our six family branch facilities – pools, locker rooms, cardiovascular equipment, weight rooms, group exercise classes, personalized wellness programs, and other spirit/mind/body events.

Additionally, members are invited to participate in other fee-based activities at a discount: healthy living programs, excursions, seminars, sports leagues, swim lessons, personal training, nutritional counseling, and so much more.

Absolutely! Included with every YMCA membership are unlimited guest passes. Simply come in with your guest to use your guest passes. Guests may visit the Y up to three times per calendar year. Guests may also download a free Guest Pass from our website by clicking the Tour & Try button on the right to check out our facility without a member. Guests who are 16 years or older must bring a photo ID to show at the Welcome Center when arriving. A school ID is permitted for 16-18 year old guests.

You may initiate a hold on your membership once per calendar year. The duration of a membership hold can range from 1-3 months maximum. No administrative fees will be charged during the membership hold. Membership dues will automatically resume at the end of the membership hold period. You will not have access to Y facilities or discounted programs while on hold. If your membership dues are current, simply submit your request for absence in writing at least 15 days before the abeyance is to take effect. If you have paid for your membership a year in advance, the time held in absence, will be added to the end of the current membership year.

All of our branches have highly trained staff ready to keep your children safe, active, and happy while you get in a workout or enjoy a class.

Visit our Welcome Center for more detailed information regarding Kids Zone and Youth Development Center.

This is a branch specific policy.  Please connect with your home branch to learn more.  A valid US ID is required for this program and visit is limited to be no longer than 30 minutes.

HEALTHY LIVING

HEALTHY LIVING

Here you can find and access any documents and policies regarding access to the weight room, group exercise classes, and training programs at the Y. Visit our Healthy Living page to learn more about our programs and find group exercise schedules. 

Refund Policies

  • Cancellations must be made at least 24 hours in advance of any scheduled appointment
  • If you arrive late you will receive the remainder of your scheduled session and forfeit time lost
  • Personal Training appointments that are not rescheduled or cancelled within 24 hours in advance will result in forfeit of that paid appointment
  • Prepaid sessions must be used within 6 months of purchase
  • Personal Training refunds will not be issued for any reason, with the exception of a medical condition (doctor’s note is required)

FAQs

With your YMCA membership, you have access to a Weight Room Orientation with a trained Wellness Coach. Learn more about Weight Room Orientations

Yes! At the Y, we’re here to help you reach your health and fitness goals. The Weight Room Orientation is one way to get you started on the path to success. Our trained Wellness Center Staff will start you off with a basic workout plan including instructions on how to safely and effectively use our Cardio and Strength equipment.

We also offer Personal Training. Learn more about Weight Room Orientaions and Personal Training by visiting our Healthy Living page.

Yes! We offer over 15 different formats of classes, and you can refer to each formats class description here.

Every class at the Y offers modifications that the instructor can point out. Make sure to let the instructor know before class if you have any limitations due to injury or something else. 

Classes like Senior Cardio Fitness, Chair Yoga, and Forever Fit are intended our senior communities.

Yes! All six of our YMCA of Snohomish County locations offer Kids Zone – drop-in child care service included in a Family Membership at the Y where parents or guardians are able to use the facility freely while getting up to two hours of free child care per day.

Kids Zone hours vary by branch, but many of our group exercise classes are offered intentionally during times that Kids Zone is available for families to use.

Yes! Every month, we offer a monthly incentive challenge for our members to participate in. Depending on the month and challenge, you may even have the opportunity to win prizes!

We also host community events. depending on the time of the year. Stay informed on incentive challenges and community events by following us on Facebook or Instagram

The YMCA provides all equipment required to participate successfully in all Group Exercise classes. We recommend that you arrive 10 minutes early at your first class, so you can meet the instructor and understand what to expect in class.

Bring a water bottle, sweat towel, and suitable workout attire.

We do not require you to sign up for group exercise classes. We do require you to check in to our group exercise classes on the the tablet when you arrive to the studio.

AQUATICS

AQUATICS

Here you can find and access any documents and policies regarding our aquatics amenities and programs. Visit our Aquatics page to view all aquatics programs we offer.

Rules and Regulations

Swim Test Policy

Refunds and Billing

  • Full refund granted if request is made prior to the first day of lessons
  • 50% refund granted if request is made on the first day of lessons, even if your child has not attended
  • No refund available if request is made after the first lesson, even if your child has not attended
  • If lessons are canceled a prorate equal to the number of canceled lessons will be issued to your Y account
  • Credits, refunds or make up lessons will only be issued if the YMCA has to cancel lessons. 
  • No refunds available for training or meet fees.
  • Swimmers/Families who are cancelling swim team must notify directors by the 15th of the month prior that they want to cancel.

FAQs

You can view our 2023 Swim Lesson Calendar here.

At the top of this website, hover over “Locations” then select your preferred branch to view a specific pool schedule. 

Yes! We offer different swim lesson programs based on age and skill. 

Our swim lessons are built on a progression system so that when a child successfully passes one stage, they may then advance to the next stage we offer.

We also offer Adult/Teen Group Swim Lessons as well as Adaptive Swim Lessons.

Learn more about the swim programs we offer. 

Yes! We have a Barracudas swim team for youth to participate in. There are practices as well as swim meets. 

We also have an adaptive swim team!

For adults who are looking to participate in a more competitive swim environment, we offer Master Swim for adults. 

Yes. There are always certified staff on duty during all hours that the pools are open. 

Yes! We offer parent/child swim lessons at our Y.

With a YMCA Family Membership, a benefit you receive is one free parent/child swim lesson per year!

We are constantly hiring for Lifeguards, and offer monthly lifeguard trainings.

We also have a program called Lifeguard Academy, a youth leadership development program. 

The pool’s temperature is set to be 84 degrees Fahrenheit. 

CAMP

CAMP

Here you can find and access any documents and policies regarding our camp programs. Visit our Camp page to view all camp programs we offer.

Resources & Forms

Refund Policies and Change Forms

For cancellations or transfers, please submit a Camp Change Form at least one month prior to the start of the session. Refunds will be given as a YMCA credit when applicable based on the schedule below. Deposits are non-refundable. We will follow the schedule below related to refunds and credits.

Refund Requested 15 Days Prior to Camp: Deposit is Forfeited / 100% of any additional payments issued as account credit.

Refund Requested 14 Days Prior to Camp: Deposit is Forfeited / 0% of Fee is issued as account credit.

For cancellations or transfers, we require written notice on a Family Camp Change Form at least one month prior to the start of your camper’s session. Refunds will be given as a YMCA credit when applicable based on the schedule below. Deposits are non-refundable.

Refund Requested One Month Prior to Camp: 100% of Fee Issued as Account Credit / Deposit is Forfeited.

Refund Requested Less than One Month Prior to Camp: 0% of Fee Issued as Account Credit / Deposit is Forfeited.

For cancellations or transfers, please submit a Camp Snohomish Change Form at least one month prior to the start of the session. Refunds will be given as a YMCA credit when applicable based on the schedule below. Deposits are non-refundable. We will follow the schedule below related to refunds and credits.

Refund Requested One Month Prior to Overnight Camp: Eligible for a refund of fees less the non-refundable $100 deposit. Deposits are not eligible for refunds or credits. Deposits can only be transferred to another 2024 session of overnight camp.

Refund Requested Less than One Month Prior to Camp: Not eligible for any refunds or credits.

FAQ's

Campers attending a licensed camp (Discovery or Monroe Ready, Set, Go!) also require immunizations.

Accepted Immunizations:

  • Immunizations records previously submitted for School-Age Care in the 21-22 school year OR
  • A Certificate of Immunization printed from MyIR, the free Department of Health online tool that enables families to view and print their official immunization records. (Visit wa.myir.net to get started) OR
  • A completed Certificate of Immunization filled out by a parent/guardian AND medical records attached

We offer summer day camps, overnight camp, family camp, and adventure guides. The majority of our camps that we offer run during the summer, but our Family Camp and Adventure Guides run throughout the whole year. 

Y staff members are trained to help children with mild to moderate diverse–abilities. However, our facilities are not adequately staffed to work with children who need significant assistance with personal care, constant one–to–one support, or have great difficulty managing their behavior in a group setting. If your child requires specialized accommodations, please contact your local YMCA family branch.

CHILD CARE

CHILD CARE

Here you can find and access any documents and policies regarding our Child Care programs. Visit our Child Care page to view all programs we offer.

Resources & Forms

School-Age Care FAQs

We serve youth 5-12 years old who are currently attending Kindergarten-6th Grade.

School DistrictBefore School HoursAfter School HoursFull Day Hours
Everett6:30am-start of schoolEnd of school-6:30pm6:30am-6:30pm
Lake Stevens6:30am-start of schoolEnd of school-6:00pm6:30am-6:00pm
Marysville6:30am-start of schoolEnd of school-6:00pm6:30am-6:00pm
Monroe6:30am-start of schoolEnd of school-6:30pm6:30am-6:30pm
Mukilteo6:30am-start of schoolEnd of school-6:30pm6:30am-6:00pm
Snohomish6:30am-start of schoolEnd of school-6:00pm6:30am-6:00pm
Stanwood Camano6:30am-start of schoolEnd of school-6:00pm6:30am-6:00pm

Site Coordinators are over age 18 and receive 30 hours of STARS-approved certification in Child Growth & Development, Child Guidance, Health, Safety, and Licensing, Professionalism and Communicating with Families. Many School-Age Care Staff have degrees related to their field and or Elementary Teaching Credentials.

Each year School-Age Care staff also receive 10 additional hours in STARS approved training in a variety of topics relevant to their positions.

All staff have first aid and CPR training, state and federal background checks, and regular in-service training. Upon request, staff professional development records are available for review.

The YMCA promotes the consistent care of children with a goal of building long-term, trusting relationships.

The YMCA of Snohomish County strives to meet all Healthy Eating and Physical Activity (HEPA) standards. As a result, children in School-Age programs receive daily snacks that not only meet DCYF Licensing Standards but exceed those based on the Institute of Medicine’s Early Childhood Obesity Prevention Policies. All children enrolled in our care are offered snacks with whole grains, fruits and vegetables and other foods low or absent of sugar. Water is always available to children and when milk is served, it is 1% and unflavored. We are committed to offering the healthiest options possible, providing nutritional education, and role-modeling healthy choices.
Children must bring a lunch when attending on non-school days. Food cannot be refrigerated or heated, so please include an ice pack if packing perishables in your child’s lunch.
If you would like to provide alternate food for your child during snack time (such as food from home, or extra food from their packed lunch) for dietary, health, or other reasons please ask for an Individual Food Plan as required by state licensing (WAC 110-301-0190).
Food preferences will be respected, and children are encouraged but never forced to try new foods and to re-try foods that they have previously disliked. Contact site staff if you have concerns about your child’s eating habits. Please inform the Y upon registration if we need to be aware of any specific cultural practices pertaining to meals. Food allergies must be noted on the registration paperwork.

Early Childhood Education FAQs

We serve children 6 weeks – 5 years old (not attending Kindergarten).

Heatherwood Early Childhood Education Center is open Monday-Friday from 6:30 AM-6:30 PM.

Our early education programs utilize Creative Curriculum®, a play-based curriculum to build children’s confidence, creativity, and critical thinking skills through hands-on, project-based investigations. We also use Teaching Strategies Gold (TSG), which is an assessment model used in GOLD follows widely held expectations for children from birth through third grade and enables a whole-child approach to assessment. Color-coded progressions guide teachers toward selecting and adapting activities that support each child’s development and learning, including those with disabilities. Meaningful reports inform classroom practices and individualized instruction. 

We proudly participate in Early Achievers, run by the Washington State Department of Children, Youth, and Families. By participating in Early Achievers, early learning professionals are committed to improving quality equitable care so you can feel confident about your childcare choice.

The YMCA maintains required ratio for the State of Washington:

  • 1:4 Infant
  • 1:7 1 year-2.5 years
  • 1:10 2.5 years- 5 years

Lead teachers are over age 18 and receive 30 hours of STARS approved certification in Child Growth & Development, Child Guidance, Health, Safety, and Licensing, Professionalism and Communicating with Parents. Some child care staff have degrees related to their field and or Teaching Credentials. Each year lead teachers also receive 10 additional hours in STARS approved training in a variety of topics relevant to their positions. Child care assistants offer additional support to children.

All staff have First Aid and CPR training, background checks, and regular in-service training. Upon request, staff professional development records are available for review.

Breakfast, lunch and two afternoon snacks that adhere to Healthy Eating and Physical Activity (HEPA), USDA, and licensed guidelines are provided daily. We are committed to offering healthy options, providing nutrition education, and role-modeling healthy choices. Please review the menu and alert the staff of any food allergies your child may have. Menus are posted on the family information board and in each classroom.

Children are encouraged but never forced to try new foods and to re-try foods that they have previously disliked. Please contact staff if you have concerns about your child’s eating habits.

If you would like to provide alternate food for your child during snack time (such as food from home) for dietary, health or other reasons please ask for a YMCA Individual Food Plan as required by state licensing (WAC 110-300-0190).

Registration Information

A Youth membership is included with enrollment in all YMCA child care programs. If you have a Family membership, you will receive a discount of $25 per month off your membership fee. Families who withdraw from enrollment will have the option to continue their membership at the regular price. 

Prior to attending the program, each child must enroll in School-Age Care. The enrollment process consists of completing the online pre-enrollment registration and completion of the WA State required Certificate of Immunization Status (CIS). All forms must be completed before your registration is final. At least two full business days are required to process the registration before enrollment is finalized at which time attendance is permitted.

Depending on your child’s need, additional paperwork and a meeting with a YMCA Director may be required prior to your child’s start to ensure your child can be best accommodated. Failure to share information that identifies your child’s special care, accommodations or supervision needs may jeopardize the placement of or continued participation by your child in the program.

Do you receive Working Connections Child Care (WCCC) subsidy benefits for child care from WA State? Please contact your local Child Care Registrar for special registration instructions.

All families who would like to use full day child care on any non-student or break days must register to attend care. Registration is on a first come, first served basis and is dependent on space available at the program location.

Priority registration for families enrolled in a School-Age Care PLUS plan will open 2 weeks prior to the date of care.
Non school day registration will open to everyone 1 week prior to the day of care.

Participants in our School-Age Care PLUS plans have full day care on non-school days included in their cost of care.

Prior to attending the program, each family must complete a tour and an orientation at Heatherwood and then complete registration at the YMCA. The enrollment process begins with the completion of the Registration packet. Once forms are turned in and approved, they will need to be brought to the YMCA with payment. At least two full business days are required to process the registration before enrollment is finalized, at which time attendance is permitted. Any child that may require special accommodation must also have the appropriate forms completed for individualized care.

Medically verified immunization records must be updated annually per WAC 110-310-0210 and WAC 110-301-0460.

The Department of Health and our licensing agency requires us to collect medically verified immunization records that are updated annually. These records can be submitted in the following formats:

  • A completed Certificate of Immunization Status (CIS) signed by a health care provider. Find the CIS form by visiting doh.wa.gov/SCCI and clicking on the “Certificate of Immunization Status”
  • A CIS filled out by you or another parent/guardian with medical records attached
  • A CIS printed by a health care provider or school from the Washington State Immunization information System
  • A CIS printed from MyIR, a free Department of Health online tool that enables families to view and print their official immunization records themselves. Visit wa.myir.net to get started.

In the event that your child(ren) is placed on a waiting list to either add days to their schedule, or to be enrolled or there is limited space availability, please note that 5 day/week schedules will be given priority when space is limited. One day per week slots are not available at this time.

School-Age care: Your branch registrar will contact you when space becomes available. You will have 48 business hours to hold your spot and for new registrations, you will be required to pay the $50 registration fee.  This fee is non-refundable if you choose to cancel care with us.  Please contact the branch registrar if you are using subsidy for payment.

Early Childhood Education: Once we’ve made the commitment to you that we will have space, we require the $100 registration fee and ½ of your child’s first month of care (which will be credited to your account upon starting). These fees are non-refundable if you should choose to cancel care with us. Please see the director if you are using a subsidy for payment.

Child Care Subsidy, Discounts, and Financial Assistance

Before and After School-Age Care programs and our Early Childhood Education Center are licensed by Washington State DCYF (Dept, of Youth, Children and Families). The YMCA welcomes participants paid through Working Connections Child Care, DCYF, DSHS, or other 3rd party pay options. Find out more here.

You may qualify for Child Care subsidies. Find out if you qualify here: English Version | Spanish Version | Somali Version

How to apply for Child Care subsidy:

  • Families can apply by contacting the Child Care Subsidy Contact Center at 1-844-626-8687 or online at www.WashingtonConnection.org
  • DCYF gathers and reviews information to determine a family’s eligibility.
  • Families will need to provide DCYF with the name and phone number of the child care provider. You do not have to have a provider before applying for child care subsidy.

Need to change your Child Care Subsidy program location? Fill out this form.
Child Care program SSPS can be accessed here.

Sibling Discount – A discount of 10% is given to families with more than one child enrolled in care. This discount is applied to the eldest child in care.

School District Employee-– A parent/guardian that is a School District employee in the State of Washington will be given a 20% discount*.

Active Military – A parent/guardian that is Active Military will be given a 20% discount*.

*If you currently receive Financial Assistance (AFA), we are only able to offer the military/district discount OR financial assistance. If your scholarship amount is higher than 20%, you will remain on scholarship.

The Y believes in helping parents give children the best start possible. Sliding scale financial assistance options are available to families in need because we know nothing is more important than caring for your children.

We invite you to submit an Access for All Worksheet online or at the Y.

Payment, Changes, and Refunds

All tuition is due by the 25th of the month prior to receiving care. Methods of accepted payment are Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, personal check, money order, bank draft, or cash. Payments can be made through your on-line account or at the Member Service desk of your local YMCA membership facility.

Families have the option to pay in full on the 25th of each month prior to care or split their payments in two on the 10th and 25th prior to care. Failure of parent/guardian to pay monthly fees will result in removal from care.

SAC

Fill out the School-Age Care Change Form for:

  • Request a change to your care option or care location
  • Illnesses
  • Vacations
  • Withdrawing from the program 

ECE

Fill out the Early Childhood Education Change Form for:

  • Change days of care
  • Illnesses
  • Vacations
  • Withdrawing from the program 

YOUTH LEADERSHIP

YOUTH LEADERSHIP

Here you can find and access any documents and policies regarding our teen programs. Visit our Youth Leadership page to view all programs we offer for teens.

Refund Policies

  • Full refund granted if request is made prior to registration deadline
  • No refund/credit available if request is made after registration deadline

FAQs

It depends, some of our programs do have a fee to enroll in it.

With a YMCA membership however, you have access to the Youth Development Center, Skate Park, and more.

We also do offer scholarships. Many Youth Leadership programs host fundraising events in order to cover the fees for youth who need scholarships. 

Youth leadership is the practice of teens exercising authority over themselves or others. It is a theory of youth development that helps young people gain skills and knowledge to lead civic engagement, education reform and community organizing activities. Youth leadership also supports the young person in developing self-esteem, confidence, motivation, goals, support networks, and the ability to influence and guide others.

  • Honesty
  • Caring
  • Confidence
  • Academic Success
  • Career Building – Job Skills
  • Leadership
  • Public Speaking
  • and more!

Yes. The YMCA of Snohomish County partners with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Snohomish County – a mentorship program. Learn more about BBBS. 

Many of our Youth Leadership program such as Mock Trial, Youth and Government, and My Achievers Program also provide mentorship opportunities for teens. 

Parents or guardians can absolutely get involved through Volunteering!

If you have a career background in social justice, academic success, writing and speaking skills, legal knowledge, public speaking, acting drama, arts, then we would be happy to utilize you and your skills to help serve our youth. 

YOUTH SPORTS

YOUTH SPORTS

Here you can find and access any documents and policies regarding our Youth Sports programs. Visit our Youth Sports page to view all sports programs we offer for youth.

Refunds and Billing

  • Full refund granted if request is made prior to the first practice
  • 50% credit granted if request is made after the first practice
  • No refund/credit available if request is made after the second practice
  • If sport seasons are canceled a prorate equal to the number of canceled practices and/or games will be issued to your Y account

FAQs

Practices are held at local facilities and games are located across Snohomish County.

The coaches are people who sign up and volunteer to coach. Many of our volunteer coaches, are parents of a child who is on the team.

Learn more about Volunteering for the Y here.

The sports seasons tend to run for about 8-12 weeks that consists of practices and games.

The age range or grade level will differ for each sports program. Throughout the year, we serve youth ages 3-18. 

The sports team are divided by age range or grade level rather than skill level.

We do offer Miracle League sports however. Learn more about Miracle League. 

Contact your Youth Sports Director at your branch to find the best fit for your child.

Additionally, we do offer Miracle League sports. Learn more about Miracle League. 

Yes! The name of the friend just has to be listed when you are registering your child for the sport.

Your child will receive their jersey at or before their first game. 

Practice schedules will be announced 10-14 days before the first practice. 

Game schedules will be finalized during the second week of practice.

You can view the game schedules here.  

You can register for the waitlist. Youth Sports Directors will reach out to you if you get moved off the waitlist.

Priority is given to your child if you have a volunteer to coach.

VOLUNTEERISM & GIVING

VOLUNTEERISM & GIVING

Here you can find and access any documents and policies regarding volunteerism and giving at the Y.

Volunteering

At the Y, there are many ways to serve your community. To find the opportunity that best fits your passion, your skills, and the community’s need connect with your home YMCA branch to let them know you are interested. Additionally, please submit your volunteer packet.

Start by submitting your volunteer packet. Our staff will contact you 1-2 weeks later with information on trainings and next steps.

Community Campaign

The Community Campaign is a community-led fundraising campaign raising dollars to reduce barriers. Click here to learn more.

FAQs

Some positions require volunteers to be 18 or older. To learn more about specific volunteer opportunities and their requirements, start by submitting your volunteer packet.

Yes! To begin planning your group volunteering event, contact Andi Skorheim ([email protected]), Associate Director of Community Partnerships.

We can’t wait to talk to you about becoming a partner with the Y. Please get started by contacting Andi Skorheim ([email protected]), Associate Director of Community Partnerships.

The YMCA does not offer this type of volunteerism.

Yes! We recognize and celebrate our volunteers multiple times per year through events and awards.

Yes, all personal donations made to the YMCA of Snohomish County are tax-deductible. Individualized receipts are sent automatically after making a gift. Additionally, tax receipts are sent annually.

Every gift to the Y helps reduce barriers. Most gifts enter a general bucket that covers many critical areas of our work. Gifts may be restricted to specific items. To learn more about making a restricted gift, contact Kristen Rohrenbach ([email protected]), AVP of Financial Development.