18 August 2015: YMCA NSW works in close partnership with the Cooma Monaro Shire Council to run the Cooma Youth HUB Program for 12-17 year olds in the local community. It operates as a drop in centre offering everything from a giant TV for movies to gaming systems, pool tables and internet facilities.
13 August 2015: A new addition to the partnership between the YMCA and the ACT Government ensures a vital community asset and service will continue operation after closure was looming only last week.
17 October 2014: Gymnast Joshua Gray knows all too well the hard work and dedication needed to be at the top.
13 February 2015: The YMCA is calling on Australians to register for the 2015 YMCA Swimathon held at YMCA pools across Australia on Sunday 1 March.
15 October 2014: Sixty-eight golfers braved the weather on Monday in the fifth annual YMCA NSW Charity Golf Day at Macquarie Links International Golf Course, raising over $60,000 to support YMCA Siblings Reconnect camps.
4 November 2014: After a sector-wide search, YMCA NSW is pleased to announce Jenny Mobbs, former CEO of The Gowrie Queensland and Playgroup Queensland will head-up the YMCA’s outside school hours child care services.
9 October 2014: Bellingen Shire Council has extended its partnership with the YMCA to oversee management of the Dorrigo Swim Centre.
4 November 2014: Following an industry-wide search, YMCA NSW is pleased to announce Allan McKinnon will head-up the organisations heath and leisure operations.
2 June 2014: During Y Week (1-7 June) YMCAs across Australia will join together for the first time in a shared celebration of the official birthday of the world-wide YMCA.
22 October 2014: YMCA NSW has announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Leisa Hart as its new Chief Executive Officer.
14 May 2014: A trip to the doctors will cost $7 from next year as the government slashes $10.5 billion from health spending.
CEO of YMCA NSW (the Y), Phillip Hare, said that while these new measures will impact a family’s hip-pocket, avoiding the need to visit the doctor in the first place should be a focus for families.