Unfortunately we are experiencing a lack of hot water at the Saint John Regional Y. Our team is hard at work to fix the issue and ensure hot water is up and running early next week. We will keep you updated! Thank you for your patience and understanding. 

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  • YMCA of Greater Saint John receives a $25,000 Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund Grant

    The YMCA of Greater Saint John is pleased to receive a $25,000 Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund grant in support of its Settling Strongly: Newcomer Mental Wellness & Resilience project.


  • Deloitte Staff Support Revitalization of Camp Glenburn

    The team at Deloitte Canada has been supporting the YMCA’s Camp Glenburn for years. Sharing their time and talents, the Deloitte team has helped restore the facilities by providing volunteer work at the site. Now the company and staff are continuing their investment to ensure camp will be around for future generations with a $50,000 donation.

  • YMCA of Greater Saint John Celebrates Healthy Kids Day

    On June 2nd, the YMCA of Greater Saint John is celebrating Healthy Kids Day by offering families the opportunity to drop by the Saint John Regional Y for fun activities, free of charge. Parents are encouraged to bring their families to participate in activities while learning the joys of living a healthy lifestyle, together as a family. 

  • YMCA of Greater Saint John engages businesses to connect with newcomers

    On Wednesday, April 25, YMCA Newcomer Connections invites local employers to learn more about the services we offer to businesses hiring and working with newcomers. Attendees will learn about Cultural Intelligence training, and Atlantic Immigration Pilot settlement services.

  • YMCA Special Announcement

    We are excited to launch a new fundraising  campaign that truly reflects the reason for giving and our vision of developing a healthy, diverse and growing community. We have some children that can't wait to announce the 2018 fundraising goal!

  • Red Triangle Award Recipients to be Announced

    Over the past 27 years, the YMCA has recognized many outstanding citizens that have demonstrated a commitment to the community through their leadership and volunteer service. The Red Triangle Award has been presented to 31 individuals and three groups since 1990. The Leader to Watch Award was implemented in 2002 and has been presented to 13 individuals.

    The tradition continues and we are excited to announce the recipients of the 2018 Red Triangle and Leader to Watch Awards this Friday, January 26th at 10:30am at the Saint John Regional Y. Event details will be announced during the Press Conference.  

    We hope that you are able to join us for this exciting announcement.

  • YMCA of Greater Saint John Endowment Bursary

    Each year the YMCA of Greater Saint John Endowment Fund provides bursaries for students entering or enrolled in a post-secondary institution on a full-time basis. The minimum value of the bursary is $1,000.

  • YMCA Honours Local Peacemakers 2017

    (Saint John, New Brunswick) – From November 18 – 25, during YMCA Peace Week, the YMCA of Greater Saint John, together with YMCAs across Canada, celebrate the presence of peace in our communities, and reflect on the peace-building work that happens all year both inside and outside the YMCA.

     

  • Rainbows Programs Receives Support from Medavie Health Foundation

    Through its Rainbows program, the YMCA of Greater Saint John provides peer-support
    for children and youth dealing with death, divorce or other painful family transition or
    life-altering crisis in a safe and caring environment. A $5,000 grant is helping the Y
    provide the program free of charge in the region’s school system, making it easily
    accessible. The Foundation also supported Rainbows in 2016 with a $5,000 grant.

  • YMCA Honours Local Peacemakers

    (Saint John, New Brunswick) – From November 18 – 25, during YMCA Peace Week, the YMCA of Greater Saint John, together with YMCAs across Canada, celebrate the presence of peace in our communities, and reflect on the peace-building work that happens all year both inside and outside the YMCA.

    A special highlight of this week is the presentation of YMCA Peace Medals to individuals or groups who, without any special resources, demonstrate a commitment to the values of PEACE through contributions made within their local, national or global community. Peacemakers are recognized for promoting and inspiring Participation, Empathy, Advocacy, Community and Empowerment.