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Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Ann Arbor YMCA has remained committed to serving Washtenaw County and its citizens.  The organization has been adapting to the challenges presented by the pandemic and is prepared to continue doing so for as long as necessary.  In this week's "Washtenaw United," WEMU's David Fair  spoke with Ann Arbor YMCA president and CEO Toni Kayumi about 2020, the Y's plans for the immediate future, and the lessons learned that will carry forward. 


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To help meet an increase in demand for daycare during COVID-19, the Ann Arbor YMCA will open an all-day, school age child care in Ypsilanti Township.  

Ann Arbor YMCA

The Ann Arbor YMCA is expanding its school-age programming to meet the daycare demand during COVID-19.  

Ann Arbor YMCA Receives Grant For COVID-19 Response

Aug 3, 2020
Ann Arbor YMCA

The Ann Arbor YMCA received a $20,000 grant from the Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation for ongoing COVID-19 response.  

YMCA

The Ann Arbor YMCA has extended its COVID-19 food assistance program through August.  

Ann Arbor YMCA Will Offer Summer Camps

May 22, 2020
YMCA

The Ann Arbor YMCA will offer summer camps in Washtenaw County this year once the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order is lifted.  

Ann Arbor YMCA Still Hoping To Have Summer Camps

May 5, 2020
YMCA / ymca.net

Despite COVID-19, the Ann Arbor YMCA remains optimistic about offering summer camps in Washtenaw County this year.


Susan Smith / United Way of Washtenaw County

The New Year is officially underway, and the United Way of Washtenaw County has now kicked off its 21-Day Equity Challenge.  Ann Arbor YMCA President/CEO Toni Kayumi and Ypsilanti Township trustee Monica Ross-Williams talk to WEMU's David Fair about how they hope to improve equity, particularly on the Eastern side of the county, through partnership, development and increased opportunity.