• See What The Y Has to Offer

    Registration Begins December 5

    Full Members may begin registering for winter programming on Saturday, December 5. Registration for Program Members begins on Saturday, December 12.

    For a sneak peak at what the Y has to offer this winter, check out our 2016 Winter/Spring Program Guides:

    C.W. Avery Family YMCA
    Galowich Family YMCA and Smith Family YMCA
    Morris Community YMCA

    See What The Y Has to Offer
  • Joliet YMCA Named Top 100 Workplace by the Chicago Tribune

    The Greater Joliet Area YMCA has been selected by the Chicago Tribune as a Top 100 Workplace.

    A first time Top 100 Workplace honoree, the Greater Joliet Area YMCA has been serving families in Will, Grundy and Kendall Counties for more than 85 years, and currently employs 400 full and part-time staff. 

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    Joliet YMCA Named Top 100 Workplace by the Chicago Tribune
  • Helping Kids Succeed

    Jets Swim Team Sponsorship Opportunities

    The Joliet YMCA Jets Swim Team is a year-round youth swim team that promotes the YMCA values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility. Swimmers ages six to 18 come not only from Joliet but surrounding communities like Plainfield, New Lenox, Morris and Ottawa to improve their competitive swimming skills, develop confidence and leadership abilities, and to make lifelong friendships.

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    Helping Kids Succeed
  • Giving Gala Raffle Tickets

    Now On Sale

    Cash raffle tickets for the Ninth Annual YMCA Giving Gala are on sale now. Raffle tickets can be purchased by visiting your local YMCA branch or by contacting the YMCA at (815) SAY-YMCA.

    Tickets are available for $25, with three fantastic prizes: $2,500, $1,500 and $500. Winners will be announced during the Giving Gala on Saturday, February 27, at the Bolingbrook Golf Club. Only 800 tickets will be sold, and the winners need not be present.

    Learn More About the Giving Gala

    Giving Gala Raffle Tickets
  • Get Your Game On

    YBL Registration Underway

    When kids play sports, they get more than just exercise. Other than being physically active, they develop higher self-esteem and a healthier body image. Kids who play sports also perform better in the classroom, develop better interpersonal skills and work better in groups.

    Register online or at your local branch today!

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    Get Your Game On