Freehold Borough YMCA News & Events

Freehold Borough YMCA News & Events2019-12-20T13:21:06-05:00

The Freehold Borough YMCA Community Center is a safe, caring and well supervised environment for children ages 8 and up. We do not charge a fee. Our YMCA promotes positive youth development through a multitude of programs and special events. Activities and Programs for Youth, Teens and Adults. Membership is FREE!  

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Lifting Others | YMCA Togetherhood®

Winter clothing drive through January to benefit Lunch Break in honor of the mission of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Kindly drop donations in our lobby bins by Jan. 31.

Summer Camp 2020

Summer camp is an unforgettable experience that will give each camper memories and instill camp traditions that will last a lifetime. Registration starts January 6!

Nationwide Membership

We want to help you reach your health and wellness goals wherever you live, work or travel.  We are proud to participate in the Nationwide Membership Program so that you have the flexibility to use participating [...]

Freehold Borough Youth & Government Delegation

High School Students | This program is designed to introduce students to the operation and structure of New Jersey State Government, while providing them with an opportunity to actively learn about state issues and enhance their debating skills.

Substance Abuse Prevention

A new initiative in collaboration with New Jersey YMCA State Alliance, The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey and Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey, designed to encourage and support parents in having meaningful and effective conversations [...]

Y Stories of Impact

Has the Y had a positive impact in your life?  We want to hear your story and share it with the community!  Click here & take a moment to tell us your Y story.

Financial Assistance

The YMCA of Western Monmouth County participates in the YCares Financial Assistance Program that enables our association to offer our programs and services to all members of our community, regardless of their ability to pay our board approved fees.

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