Financial Assistance  

Explore our financial assistance programs at the YMCA, designed to make our offerings accessible to everyone in the community, regardless of financial constraints.

At the YMCA, our commitment to inclusivity and community well-being is unwavering. We understand that financial limitations should never be a barrier to accessing our diverse range of programs and services. That’s why we offer comprehensive financial assistance programs that cater to individuals and families from all walks of life. Whether it’s participating in fitness classes, engaging in youth programs, or benefiting from our educational initiatives, our financial assistance ensures that everyone can fully participate and thrive.  

We believe that by breaking down financial barriers, we foster a stronger, more united community where everyone has the opportunity to grow, learn, and lead healthier lives. If you or your family could benefit from our financial assistance, we encourage you to reach out and explore the possibilities that await you at the YMCA. 

Taking the YMCA from a Place to a Purpose

How to Get Help

We believe everyone deserves a Y, so the Family YMCA of Black Hawk County offers an Income-Based Membership Pricing structure. This Open Door Program offers a sliding fee scale that is designed to fit the financial situation of each individual household in our community.

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How to Help

Our Donors ensure everyone can enjoy the Y. Support like yours eliminates financial barriers by enabling the Y to reduce membership and program fees for those most in need. From opportunities that enrich our community’s next generation to those that help families live healthier lifestyles, your gift to the Y is an invitation for someone to discover their full potential.

Why Help

Providing financial assistance at the YMCA is rooted in our core belief that everyone deserves the chance to lead a healthy, enriched life.  By offering financial assistance, we strive to create an inclusive environment where individuals and families can access our programs, services, and facilities regardless of their financial circumstances.