Thursday, May 13, 6:00-7:00pm

Reducing Senior Isolation And Providing Virtual Fitness 

On May 13 we will hear from those most vulnerable to the pandemic.

The YMCA is improving health equity across the county and decreasing isolation through virtual fitness classes. We are also working with participants on reducing behaviors related to chronic disease prevention and increasing positive health outcomes community-wide.


Meeting ID:   921 2858 6137

Password:  614736

Virtual Fitness Block

Over 15,000 times,

seniors isolated due to the pandemic logged into virtual fitness programs to maintain health and connections with each other while staying within the safety of their homes.



Food Delivery

4,984 boxes of food

were delivered throughout Whatcom County to those with food insecurities. The YMCA fleet of vans transported essential care kits, masks and food throughout 2020.



School-Age Hybrid Learning Block

249 families

received care and support with online learning. When parents had to go to work, they were able to rely on the YMCA to help teach, support and care for their school-age children. 



Emergency Childcare

Over 200 families

of emergency and essential workers received childcare so they could continue to serve our community. When things shutdown in March 2020, the Y continued to support families.


Thursday, May 20, 6:00-7:00pm

Keeping Kids Safe And Active Outdoors 

Learn about our Youth Running Programs on May 20th to hear how kids were impacted by the pandemic.

Promoting the lifelong gift of the outdoors while creating healthy habits.


Meeting ID:   921 2858 6137

Password:  614736

Thursday, May 27, 6:00-7:00pm

Supporting Families With Childcare

Our final night of campaign, May 27, will focus on families.

When the pandemic hit, a lot of parents that still had to work didn't know what to do for care, the YMCA stepped up in the early stages and continue to support working families by providing safe, educational spaces for children.


Meeting ID:   921 2858 6137

Password:  614736

We Need Your Help...

We cannot do this critical work alone. The Whatcom Family Y needs your support now more than ever to help everyone grow healthy in spirit, mind and body. Please join us in our Virtual Annual Community Support Campaign this May as we rebuild and renew our community’s strength.

Learn about the critical Y programs that support and heal our community now and in future months to come. We will need people like you to share the work we do to continue to strengthen our community.  We need your commitment to help support our efforts in campaigning for these important Y programs and services:

  • Before and After School Care/Virtual Learning
  • Food Delivery
  • Health equity
  • Dismantle Systemic Inequalities 
  • Youth Running Programs 


Please contact Tracy Diehl at for any additional campaign questions. 

We look forward to seeing you in May.  Learn how we can help build a stronger community together.