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YMCA of Honolulu Metropolitan Office Charity Profile
The YMCA is one of the largest school-age childcare providers in Hawaii. Through a partnership with the Department of Education, the YMCA of Honolulu provides after school care for 7,000 children in grades K-6 through the A+ program at 47 public schools on Oahu. The YMCA also employs 40 full-time adolescent substance abuse counselors assigned to 28 public schools on the island, and 8 counselors are assigned to the State Judiciary programs. The treatment program serves more than 1,000 youth. The prevention programs serve another 3,000 youth in communities throughout the Island of Oahu.
For more than 138 years, the YMCA of Honolulu has been a place where families, friends and neighbors come together to build strong communities. Each year the YMCA of Honolulu serves thousands of children, teens and adults in a wide variety of programs, including before and after school, youth sports, teen leadership programs, substance abuse counseling and treatment programs and health and wellness.
The YMCA of Honolulu currently operates nine branches throughout Oahu, including Atherton, Central, Kaimuki-Waialae, Kalihi, Leeward, Mililani, Nuuanu, Windward, and Camp H.R. Erdman, the YMCA resident camp on the North Shore. The YMCA of Honolulu serves more people on Oahu than any other direct-service, non-profit organization.
YMCA of Honolulu Metropolitan Office Volunteer Information
As a YMCA volunteer, your time and talent go a long way. You can lead a program, serve as a role model for young people, help out in the office or at a special event, raise money or be part of a group or committee. No matter how you help, you’ll make a difference as you work with others to create a feeling of belonging in the YMCA.