Now Hiring! - The Richard G Snyder YMCA Campus is seeking individuals who can positively contribute to our team in Armstrong County. We are currently hiring for the following positions.
Healthy Living CoordinatorAfterschool Program ManagerPart Time Assistant Swim Team CoachClick Here to read more of each position.
Fingerprinting - We will no longer process fingerprints at our facility. Sorry for the inconvenience.
At the Y, strengthening community is our cause. We know when we work together, we move more individuals, families and communities forward. Our members and friends call us THEIR Y. We call them our greatest resources— every day, Y staff, volunteers, members, friends and community partners work side-by-side to tackle the important issues impacting our area.
Your donation, no matter what size, makes a difference:
Ambassador of Youth – Honesty Under $1000
How the Y helps guide children through confidence building programs and activities. Teaching honesty, kindness and respect.
Senior Supporter – Caring $1000-$2499
Caring about senior programs and how they impact the spirit, mind and body of the older adults in Armstrong County.
Friends of Families –Respect $2500-$4999
Respecting the Y family values and how they promote wholesome activities for all members of all ages.
Y Leader – Responsibility $5000 and Up
Be a leader in our community by supporting the Y and all that the Y represents. Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility.
In 2016 we offered:
Every day, the Richard G. Snyder YMCA Campus strengthens your community through programs and services focused on:
All kids deserve the opportunity to discover who they are and what they can achieve, under the guidance of adults who care about them and believe in their potential. We see every interaction with young people as an opportunity for learning and development.
Health and well-being are all about balance. That’s why we help people and families build and maintain healthy habits for spirit, mind and body in their everyday lives. By helping kids, adults, families and seniors from all backgrounds improve their health and well-being, we build a stronger community.
With our doors open to all, we work every day to connect people from all backgrounds and support those who need us most. We take on the most urgent needs in our community and inspire a spirit of service in return. Our members, volunteers, supporters and staff demonstrate the power of what we can achieve by giving back together.
Aiden Rupp Memorial Scholarship Fund
Keeping Kids Safe Around Water
The Aiden Rupp Memorial Scholarship fund was established in 2012 at the Richard G. Snyder YMCA Campus. Aiden’s parents Tim and Amy Rupp created this fund in memory of their son whose life was cut short in a drowning accident in 2004. This trust has been created to fund swim lessons for children in need. Aiden loved the water and his memory is sure to live on in the new swimmers that are born each day.