Announcement: YMCA of Saginaw updated mask policy for Members and Participants Indoors If you are FULLY VACCINATED – Wearing a mask at the YMCA is OPTIONAL. If you are NOT FULLY VACCINATED* – Wearing a mask at the YMCA is still REQUIRED. Members, guests, and program participants ages 3 -15 years old – Wearing a mask at the YMCA is still REQUIRED until further notice. Outdoors Masks are NOT required for outdoor activities unless otherwise noted. The YMCA was founded on four core values -- Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility. We will not be requiring proof of vaccination. It is up to each of us to live up to and follow these values. The health and wellness of our members and staff is very important to us. Any further changes in our policy will be guided by our local health department. Please note: All other safety protocols remain in place, including health screenings, capacity limits, social distancing, and enhanced cleaning and sanitizing. Thank you all for your cooperation, your patience, and your understanding. Updates effective as of 5/20/2021. *PER CDC GUIDELINES, YOU ARE CONSIDERED FULLY VACCINATED WHEN AT LEAST 2 WEEKS HAVE PASSED SINCE RECEIPT OF THE SECOND DOSE IN A 2-DOSE SERIES, OR AT LEAST 2 WEEKS HAVE PASSED SINCE RECEIPT OF ONE DOSE OF A SINGLE-DOSE VACCINE.

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Our Mission at the Saginaw Family YMCA

The YMCA of Saginaw is an association of all people united in a common effort to put Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs that enrich the spirit, mind and body for all.

Within the limits of available funding, no individual will be denied access to YMCA memberships, programs or services due to a proven inability to pay the full cost of participation.

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“The positivity you get from seeing the progress you make, the encouragement and understanding you get from the instructors, make you feel and say ‘I can do this’.”

– Rachel's Journey

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Mission Nutrition Youth Feeding Sites:

Serving Supper/Snack 4p – 6p:

  • YMCA of Saginaw (Monday Thru Friday)

– Children do not have to be present on site for parents to take meals for them. We use the honor system when they tell us they have a child, 18 years or younger, that they will be taking the meals to feed.
– We can serve Snacks and Suppers at the same time.
– Parents/Children can take multiple days’ worth of meals.
– Children do not have to eat their meals on site.
– All meals will be grab and go.
– Meals can be served directly from the curb so families do not need to enter the YMCA

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