Does it matter which branch I join?
No. Any of our Membership Branches allow you to use any of the facilities and programs we offer throughout Summit, Medina and Portage counties. Feel free to visit all of our Membership Branches - take a tour and decide which one you'd like to call your “home branch.”
How much does a membership cost?
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As a part of our goal to build strong kids, strong families, strong communities, we help those in need of financial assistance. Please contact our Association Membership Director at (330) 376-1335, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by any of our branches' member service desks for confidential enrollment in our Financial Assistance Program.
How do I join?
Visit your local branch or join ONLINE!
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What are my membership payment options?
We offer two methods of payment. The first is a monthly bank draft or credit card draft. The second option allows you to pay for the entire year's membership at once.
Does the Akron Area YMCA offer discounts to seniors and students?
The Akron Area YMCA offers discounted membership rates to youth and seniors-these special rates are based on age. We do not offer a discount for students. Please contact your local branch for details.
What if I can't afford the membership fee?
The Akron Area YMCA is committed to providing quality programs and services to all members of the community. Confidential financial assistance is available through our Financial Assistance Program. Please contact our Association Membership Director at (330) 376-1335 or e-mail email@example.com for assistance.
Can members bring a guest to the YMCA?
Yes - we would love to share our mission with your friends and family! A nominal fee may apply - please check with your home branch to find out about its policy.
Are all programs free to members?
No. While we strive to continuously add value to your membership, some programs require specialized equipment or staff training. Therefore, we ask members to contribute to the cost of the program in order to ensure its quality. However, the fee that members are asked to pay is considerably less than that required of non-members, or “program members.”