Recognizing outstanding achievements by volunteers or employees. Funding for education, travel, and more!
Have fun, stay active and feel strong this summer. Sign-up for a FREE two week trial membership this July and August!
We are have immediate placement for children age 12 mos - 5 years. Contact us today to arrange a tour!
13-17 years old? Stay active for FREE at the YMCA this July and August!
YMCA of Northern Alberta is the largest provider of child care in western Canada, and we're still expanding. Now hiring for several positions.
As your community charity, we offer a wide variety of services and programs to help individuals and families grow and thrive. Over 1500 employees and over 500 volunteers support our 57 Child Cares, 20 Community Initiative Centres, 9 Service and Program Centres, 5 Health, Fitness and Aquatics Centres, and 3 Housing Services Sites. Find the location that's right for you:
As an entirely independent charity building healthy communities through Fitness, Aquatics and Swim Lessons, Summer Camps, Community Initiatives, Housing Supports, Child Care, and Youth Supports, the YMCA of Northern Alberta has a wide range of programs to help develop the potential in everyone. We make no profits from any of our services or programs. Find one that's right for you:
That's right - we currently have spaces available at YMCA Ellwood ChildCare. Register today to ensure your spot!
Each year the YMCA recognizes outstanding achievements by volunteers or employees who show a dedication to improving their community and helping others. The scholarships support these individuals to continue the amazing work they do.
The YMCA of Northern Alberta has received a community grant through the Canadian Red Cross Alberta Wildfires 2016 Community Organization Partnership Program. This grant will support the YMCA in our continued efforts to deliver quality programs and services to the residents of Wood Buffalo in their recovery.
In June, the Globe and Mail printed a Philanthropy Supplement and the YMCA was featured.
Check out the article and ad, promoting giving to the Y.
The City of Edmonton is honouring a Second World War veteran and longtime YMCA member by naming a small area in the city’s Keswick neighbourhood for Stanley Gordon King.
Did you know the 5th of each month is Free Fifth Day at all YMCA Fitness, Recreation & Aquatic Centres in Edmonton & Fort McMurray?
Test your game play and skills out at an Association Wide Event open to all SNYB participants.