GREATER WICHITA YMCA 

SUPPORT FOR THOSE IMPACTED BY GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN

We offer financial assistance to all who qualify. Those impacted by the partial government shutdown are urged to apply.

GREATER WICHITA YMCA TO HELP THOSE IMPACTED BY GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN

 

WICHITA, KANSAS (January 16, 2019) - - The Greater Wichita YMCA will be offering assistance to area federal workers impacted by the government shutdown. All federal workers affected by the shutdown can bring their government issued identification cards to any of the Greater Wichita YMCA’s nine locations to have their membership fees waived for one month.

 “This is a scary and stressful time for all those affected. We want our friends in the community to know we are here for them,” said YMCA President and CEO Ronn McMahon. “When the unexpected happens, it’s important that we stick together as a community to keep healthy, mentally and physically.”

For those not affected by the government shutdown but enduring hardships, the Greater Wichita YMCA offers assistance.

Applications can be processed at any Greater Wichita YMCA location.

ABOUT GREATER WICHITA YMCA

The Greater Wichita YMCA is a non-profit organization that served 300,000+ kids and adults through child care, camping, urban outreach programs and healthy lifestyles activities in 2018. Nearly three out of four kids in Sedgwick, Harvey and Butler Counties participate in YMCA activities and more than 84,000 participants receive free and assisted programs. Within the YMCA’s financial capabilities, no person is refused program or membership privileges because of inability to pay.

Category: News
Jan. 16, 2019