There’s an old saying in the YMCA movement that if you’ve seen one Y, you’ve seen one Y.

At first introduction, East Communities youth sports coach James Yancey is a bold presence. Coach Yancey towers over most, standing well over 6 feet and boasts a powerful voice to match.

With deep connections to the community, Mayor Connie Schroeder is dedicated to creating a brighter future for Bastrop.

Douglas Hoppock and his wife, Sherry, attend yoga classes at the Wimberley Village Library twice a week. During a class in 2017, their yoga instructor, Carla Daws, mentioned that there was a program at the Springs Family YMCA

Go Team YMCA! We needed to move down here, so we could be closer to my oldest brother. who will eventually be my guardian. When we moved, I was sad a lot of the time. I wanted to go home.

The Y is a place of firsts for people from all walks of life; the first personal training session, the first swimming lesson, the first day of camp. But what many may be surprised to discover

Six deep is how the Ball family rolls. Christopher, Natalie and their four boys are a hard squad to miss if you see them pulling up to the Hays Communities Y.

Alan Teeple believes in service and leadership and has befriended and counseled lifeguards at the Southwest Family Y for nearly two decades.

The world needs more Momo’s. Momo melts your heart when she calls you 'mija' (my daughter) because you feel like you are one of her beloved children


Financial Highlights

Responsible fiscal stewardship is a driving force in the YMCA of Austin’s mission to provide programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.   

Recognizing Impact

Gratitude for a Better Us

The work that the Y of Austin was able to accomplish in 2017 was made possible thanks to the generosity of our many volunteers, staff, friends, family and community partners.

Jeff Bomer Legacy of Giving Circle

The legend of Edwin “Jeff” Bomer took root back in 1974 at his very first YMCA of Austin board meeting, when the main topic on the agenda was to discuss the possibility of shutting the Y down.