YMCA of the Triangle

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FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
FOR HEALTHY LIVING
FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Community

At the YMCA of the Triangle, we're committed to supporting our region through collaborations and initiatives that generate solutions to local challenges. By fostering relationships with diverse leaders and organizations, our YMCA strengthens the community.

PROGRAM OFFERINGS

Camp High Hopes

Camp High Hopes is a summer day camp subsidized by donations to the YMCA's Annual We Build People Campaign. Campers participate in character-development activities, literacy instruction, sports and swim lessons. Each day, children receive a snack and a nutritious meal. Camp High Hopes is offered to elementary and middle school students and also offers a CILT program for grades 9 and 10.

Community Hope Mentoring

Community HOPE is an academically structured mentoring and literacy program that addresses the individual learning needs of students living in affordable housing communities in Raleigh.

Darkness to Light D2L

The YMCA of the Triangle is committed to protecting children, and proudly partners with Darkness to Light (D2L), a non-profit that empowers adults to help prevent child sexual abuse.

Through the D2L Stewards of Children training, adults learn tools to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse.

Swim for Life

We believe learning to swim can save lives.

The YMCA of the Triangle launched Swim for Life in March 2011 in response to reports that minority children and teens had high drowning rates, and some 70% of African-American kids did not know how to swim.

We believe swimming is a life skill and all children and adults should have access to water safety classes and basic swim lessons. 

Y Learning

Our YMCA is committed to bridging the education gap. That's why we developed Y Learning, a standardized tutorial program, for students in grades K – 8 who struggle to reach school-system benchmarks. Most Y Learning students lack financial and educational support at home.