Be vital Be valued Be a volunteer
When you volunteer at the YMCA, you’re at the heart of spreading our mission to connect individuals and families with opportunities that strengthen spirit, mind, and body.
As a Christian-based nonprofit, we’re able to do this by upholding our core values: Caring, Honesty, Respect, Responsibility, and Faith. Our core values unite us as a movement and guide our interactions with our neighbors no matter who they are and where they’re from. We understand that for a community to be strong, we all must work together to make it a better place.
|Family Center Operations/Programs||
Work directly with staff, members, and guests that visit our family centers. Areas of service include head or assistant coaches, guest services, or chaplain.
Work with Y staff on a specific event. This will be on a one-time basis for the majority of our events. Areas of service include 5K fun runs, swim meets, and back-to-school events.
Work directly through our Community Outreach program on a one-time or limited-time basis for a specific service project.
Work with Y staff on various phases and elements of our Annual Support Campaign or another capital campaign.
|Leadership Advisory Teams||
Serve on a volunteer board or volunteer committee related to the YMCA of Central Florida operations.
The YMCA of Central Florida is responsible for protecting the communities we serve. For this reason, every volunteer candidate is required to fill out an application, present a legal form of photo identification, and undergo a comprehensive background check that includes fingerprinting. Volunteers must be at least 14 years old.
Frequently Asked Questions
We offer a variety of opportunities for different skillsets, but some positions may call for annual education requirements. We’ll help you find an opportunity that fits your skills and interests and, if needed, we can help provide access to training.
No, you do not need to be a member to volunteer at a family center.
If you can no longer volunteer with us, please let your supervisor know as soon as possible. If you’re not enjoying what you’re currently doing, please talk with your supervisor about other available roles.
No, the YMCA of Central Florida doesn’t offer any volunteer opportunities for those looking to complete community service hours as part of a sentence or legal requirement.