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Lancaster Family YMCA Now Offers Income-Based Membership to Ensure All Have Access

The Lancaster Family YMCA is committed to ensuring that everyone in our community has access to the resources and support that will help them to learn, grow and thrive. That’s why the organization began offering income-based membership earlier this month.

Income-based memberships are available to any member of the community who meets the eligibility requirements and wishes to become a member of the Lancaster Family YMCA. To apply for an income-based membership the gross household income is $70,000 or less for family membership and for individual membership, $40,000 or less.

While the YMCA has always had financial assistance available, income-based membership simplifies the process and provides a sliding fee scale.

We know that lasting personal and social change comes about when we all work together and when everyone has access to the support and resources they need to reach their full potential. By offering income-based membership, we’ve made a Y membership available to everyone in our community.
– Denise L. Day, President and CEO of the Lancaster Family YMCA

For more information about income-based membership, visit lancasterymca.org or stop by the City Center YMCA, 265 Harrisburg Avenue, (717) 393-9622 or Lampeter-Strasburg YMCA, 800 Village Road, (717) 464-4000.


Photo caption: Lancaster Family YMCA staff members are excited to welcome even more members of the community to their facilities.

About the Lancaster Family YMCA
Founded in 1854, the Lancaster Family YMCA (LFY) is a leading nonprofit organization committed to strengthening community. LFY works to nurture the potential of every child, promote healthy living and foster social responsibility through life-changing programs for all. The Lancaster Family YMCA serves more than 15,000 members annually and approximately 700 youth each summer at Camp Shand. To learn more, visit lancasterymca.org.

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