As a cornerstone in our communities, the Randolph YMCA continues to grow and evolve so there there is always a place to become the best version of ourselves.
The Y is:
- A resource, where people find opportunities to live healthy, exercise, and nurture their spirit, mind & body.
- A safe space, where children are cared for, inspired, and guided.
- A welcoming spot, where people help each other out, friendships are developed, and everyone has a sense of belonging.
Over its 125 year history, the Randolph YMCA has strengthened the fabric of our community by focusing on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Whether it's connecting with friends, spending time as a family, or overcoming physical limitations, the Y has been the cornerstone of many of our lives and has been the foundation upon which countless goals have been set and achieved.
To ensure that the Randolph YMCA can continue to honor its commitment as the anchor and gathering place of our community, the senior leadership and Board of Directors at the Randolph YMCA are focused on the future of this organization.
Our first ever Capital Campaign, The Building What Matters Campaign, represents a significant investment in what matters to the Y: our diverse community and all its members, our youth, our adults, our seniors and our families. The campaign aims to secure the financial resources necessary to dramatically enhance our facilities, which to many, is like a second home. More than just physical structure, our facilities represent a place where regardless of your income, background, or physical abilities, you will find a welcoming and nurturing environment. This campaign celebrates the unique spirit of the Y and with the support of our entire community, our improved facility will reflect and amplify the great value of this shared space.
THIS Y WILL BE LIKE NO OTHER.
Generous donations to the Building What Matters Campaign have allowed us to make many enhancements, but we still have more work to do and we need your support! Our next project is to build the Sally Schenkman ADA Accessible & Family Changing Locker Room.
THE SALLY SCHENKMAN ADA ACCESSIBLE & FAMILY CHANGING LOCKER ROOM
Our 1st Annual Swim for Sally was held October 2017. We have raised over $60,000 towards building this locker room in Sally's honor. This ADA accessible locker room will help our special circumstances we come across everyday. More than 1,000 people each year enter the Y and need an accessible space to prepare for physical activity and rehabilitation. The ADA* Accessible and Family Changing Locker Room will be designed so we become barrier free for all those that need our services. Individual changing stalls, private showers, proper ADA equipment and easy access to our pools are all part of the plans.
*Americans with Disabilities Act
Our 3rd Annual Swim for Sally will be held Saturday October 5, 2019.
To be part of this event please contact Development Director, Jordan DiEgidio: Jordan@randolphymca.org or 973 366 1120 x38.
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THE WELCOME CENTER
The Future: Formerly known as the "lobby," our Welcome Center will be an innovative space with technology upgrades that make us more efficient to serve you better. The newly renovated space will be a bright, delightful space for adults and families to enjoy free Wi-Fi, a juice from our snack bar and friendly conversation.
NEW LOCKER ROOMS
The Future: Plans include fresh, new upgrades to the existing locker rooms. Once the locker rooms are modernized and enhanced, we will better serve current members and future generations.
Thanks to the generosity of our Capital Campaign Leadership donations our widely used Indoor Track Area has had major enhancements. The new look and updated features modernize the facility and make it a more welcoming place for the people, families, and children who make this Y a part of their lives.