What We Offer
Health & Wellness
- Group Exercise
- Personal Training
- Get Up and Go
- FIT for Health
- YMCA's Diabetes Prevention Program
- Corporate Membership
- Baseball, Softball, & T-Ball
- Flag Football
- Martial Arts
- Soccer Tournaments
- Sports Camps & Clinics
- Swim Team
- Mother/Son Social
- Swim Lessons
- Adventure Guides
- After School Care
- Youth & Government
- Parents Night Out
- Health & Wellness
- Give to the Y
Richardson YMCA will be supporting an initiative with other charitable organizations with the goal of strengthening our community.
We want each of you and your players to help us support our community.
Each sports season we host giving back events throughout the season. Doing so gives kids, families and teams the opportunity to make a difference in our community.
Drop Off: March 25th at the Richardson YMCA concession tent.
Pick Up: April 1st at the Richardson YMCA concession tent.
PASSBACK: It takes one soccer ball to change the life of a child. It takes one jersey to make a child feel a sense of belonging. Donate new or gently used sporting equipment or apparel for youth in need in our community.
Players needing equipment can take what was donated the weekend prior. All remaining equipment is giving to kids playing in our RISD outreach programs.
North Texas Food Bank
April 8th: drop off at the Richardson YMCA concession tent.
Help provide nutritious meals to hungry children, families and seniors in our community.
YMCA Annual Campaign
Did you know 1 in 10 players participating in our youth sports programs are only able to do so because of gifts and support from volunteer donors? We do this by offering scholarships for programs to anyone who comes to us in need.
Please consider a gift so the YMCA can continue to be a place children and families can turn to. Donation forms will be located at the concession stand or you can Donate Here today!
Silent Saturday; A Game Day for the Players
To develop as successful players kids need to make their own decisions in soccer, right or wrong. This helps them think on their feet during a game and not rely on instruction from the sideline.