Every day, the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh works to close the achievement gap, eliminate health disparities, ensure food security and provide aid to financially struggling families.
Y Achievers is a national academic achievement and career development initiative of the YMCA of the USA purposed to help teens set and pursue high educational and career goals.Learn More »
Since its launch in 2016, Y on the Fly has been serving as a mobile YMCA that brings pop-up summer camp activities, learning and fun to children in underserved neighborhoods.Learn More »
Through our various outreach programs, the Hazelwood YMCA provides support through services focused on critical areas, such as child welfare, community health, job training, environmental education, quality of life and family services.Learn More »
The YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh annual Turkey Trot is a fun and exciting family tradition that helps support the effort to provide food security to children, families, individuals and seniors in Pittsburgh.Learn More »
Hope for All serves approximately 3,000 individuals and families each year, connecting them to a full range of supports to address emergency and basic needs.Learn More »
The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) is a United States Department of Agriculture Program that reimburses child care centers, family and group daycare homes, and at-risk centers for serving creditable meals and snacks.Learn More »