When the summer sun shines brightly over the city of Boston, a unique initiative takes shape at the YMCA of Greater Boston to ensure food-insecure youth continue to receive consistent,
David Shapiro serves as the 14th President and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Boston.
Today, we witness a different battle over choice and self-determination.
As we celebrate Juneteenth, let’s continue to demand equity and access for all.
The YMCA of Greater Boston Hosts Annual SPARK! Party Presented by WinnCompanies with Focus on Building a Brighter Future for All.
Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of national remembrance of the men
Dear Parents and Families, We are deeply saddened by the senseless tragedy that occurred
Dear Friends and Colleagues: It is with mixed emotions that I announce my retirement from
The YMCA is aiming to increase access to swimming lessons, especially for families who have faced historic racial and economic barriers.
On Saturday, September 25th, the Charles River YMCA held its annual “Gratitude on the Green” Gala
The YMCA of Greater Boston, a leading non-profit in the Boston community, will celebrate powerful
The YMCA of Greater Boston, a leading non-profit in the Boston community, is pleased to announce that WinnCompanies will be the presenting sponsor of SPARK! 2021.
The YMCA of Greater Boston, America’s first Y, welcomes you, Suzanne McCormick, as our 15th President and CEO of the Y-USA.
On Juneteenth, let us celebrate the start of our journey towards full emancipation!
Our hearts go out to our AAPI community and our sisters who must be staggered by this barbaric act of violence. When will it stop?
We, the YMCA of Greater Boston, stand with others in denouncing the deplorable events that occurred in Washington, D.C., on January 6, 2021.
A message on gratitude this Thanksgiving.
Our President and CEO, James Morton was interviewed by Glen Gunderson, President and CEO of YMCA of the North for his blog series about equity.
The change starts with us – you and me. We must declare – Enough is Enough – and then act accordingly.
A collection of letters of love and hope from James Morton, President and CEO, to the community, plus coverage of action that the YMCA of Greater Boston has taken to
How, during these challenging times, do we work towards the ideals upon which this country was founded?
Let’s celebrate our hope for the day when we will all be free.
“Constructive revenge” and servant leadership: a starting point for our work to end poverty and racism.