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NEW HOURS (Binghamton Only) starting Monday, October 12th; we will be opening our doors at 5:00 a.m. to better serve our early morning lap swimmers.


When you work at the Y you discover a meaningful relationship with your coworkers. You work with many talented people just like yourself. We are looking for staff that enjoy the benefits or working with children in our Child Care facility. Available positions are: Early Childhood Teachers, Assistant Teachers, Substitute Teachers and part-time Lunch Aides for the hours of 10:30am-2:30pm. Email your resume or call Leigh at 607-772-0560 ext. 236


We are collecting donations of men's hygiene products for the men who reside in the Supportive Housing Program. Items such as shampoo, body wash, razors, shaving cream and deodorant are needed.

Donations can be put in the bins located in both YMCA lobbies.


Michael Leahey, CHOW Director, said the partnership with the YMCA is like a 'marriage made in heaven.' In 2014, Faith in Action and CHOW initiated Senior Sprint, a program aimed at providing affordable fresh produce to health-minded seniors. West Family fit the targeted population perfectly. Senior Sprint was supposed to end in October, but it worked so well, the CHOW bus continued year-round at West and 6 other stops. The program operates at 12 sites during its peak.

Bringing healthier options to you: The CHOW bus brings fresh food your way on Mondays at the West Family Branch from 8:30-10:30 a.m.

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Do you love shopping on Amazon? What would you say if you knew that that you could shop on Amazon and help the Y? Amazon Smile is a project that donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible Amazon Smile purchases. So in a nut shell when people use the link below and shop we are able to help more people in our community.   

Feeding Bodies, Fueling Success - Video

When the final school bells ring and summer break begins, millions of kids are at risk of going hungry. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, around 21 million children receive free or reduced-cost meals through the National School Lunch Program, but only 2.3 million of these kids continue to receive meals through the USDA's Summer Food Service Program.

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Archery is a unique sport that teaches confidence, focus and can be enjoyed by virtually anyone regardless of age, gender, size, physical ability or previous experience.

Take a look at this news video about the ladies only archery class. We also offer Kids, and parent/child classes!

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