YMCA of Gloucester County


To our members: For the safety of our members, the children in our programs, and our staff who must travel to and from the Y, some modifications to our operations are made during inclement weather. Please know, any changes to building hours or program schedules will be posted ASAP on all of our social media sites as well as through Constant Contact. Please be sure to check in periodically for any changes. Thank you, Staff

The YMCA is a not-for-profit, volunteer-driven organization. By becoming a volunteer, you can positively impact lives right in your own community.  Volunteering for the YMCA is fun and rewarding.  You will become part of the Y family as you make new friends, gain valuable experience, and feel a sense of pride and accomplishment!

For an application, click here

To be a part of our Bright Beginnings program, click here

Volunteers of the Y:

  1. Lead our Board of Directors and committees
  2. Raise funds to ensure the Y is accessible to all members of the community
  3. Coach our sports teams
  4. Motivate and support youth
  1. Extend a hand to help adults who want to do more, be more or live healthier
  2. Advocate for the Y’s efforts to influence policies and initiatives that positively impact our community
  3. Participate in opportunities to give back and support neighbors

A volunteer partnership with the Y is not just a promise to serve, but also a promise to deliver positive personal and social changes.  We offer opportunities for business leaders, community members, parents, teens and individuals to give back and support their neighbors.  By volunteering, you are giving men, women and children of all ages and from all backgrounds the resources and support needed to learn, grow and thrive.

How can you become a Y Volunteer?

Fundraising Volunteers:

Volunteers who participate in fundraising for the Y’s Strong Kids Annual Campaign.

Volunteers for Credit:

Provide school-required
volunteer services.

Board Volunteers:

Volunteers on the Board of Directors and/or its communities who advise staff on policies, and monitor and evaluate the work of the YMCA.

Program Volunteers:

Provide enhancement to activities designed to meet the needs and interests of the members, program participants and youth – such as youth sports coaches.


The YMCA believes that an on-the-job experience will benefit the student, the community, and the Y.  An internship with the Y offers a unique experience where college students can interact with business leaders, learn the ins-and-outs of a non-profit and help to give back to the community.

We are a charitable association dedicated to building a healthy spirit, mind, and body. Part of a world-wide movement, we put Christian principles into practice through programs that promote good health, strong families, youth leadership, community development, and international understanding. YMCAs are open to men, women, and children of all ages, incomes, abilities, races, and religions.

-YMCA Mission Statement