• Our Annual Pool Shutdown will be August 30 - September 5
The pools re-opening on Saturday September 6, 2014
o The YMCA will be Closed on Sunday Aug 31 and Monday Sept 1 for Labor Day weekend.
o For your convenience: Other YMCA’s participle in a reciprocity program, where our members can visit their facilities. Before traveling to another facility during our shutdown week,
please visit their websites to learn about their pool schedules and offerings.
o The following YMCA’s and Pools will be closed on the following dates for their annual pool shutdowns:
o Penbay YMCA (Rockport): August 18- 23
o Alfond Youth Center (Waterville): July 26- September 1
o The MDI YMCA in Bar Harbor is Not shutting down.
It is the mission of the Waldo County YMCA to promote the physical, mental, social, and spiritual development of Waldo County children and families.
Waldo County YMCA
2014 Charitable Giving
You can help build a better community by partnering with
the Waldo County YMCA. Individual and business donations provide financial
assistance to those who need it the most. On a daily basis, our staff
and volunteers meet the unique needs of Waldo County children and their
families. Your support will have a lasting and positive impact on many
lives. The Waldo County YMCA runs its Annual Campaign beginning in June.
You can help by volunteering or contributing to this community effort.
Contributions are welcome all year, download a donation form and mail.
What better way to leave a legacy than to support your YMCA's Endowment Fund? You can make a lifetime gift or bequest to strengthen and extend the services of the Waldo County YMCA. The following are options of how you can contribute;
The Waldo County YMCA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Call the YMCA to schedule a meeting regarding your charitable giving opportunities and ask for Dale Cross, Executive Director
157 Lincolnville Avenue, Belfast, Maine 04915 (207) 338-4598
The Waldo County YMCA opened its doors to the public in February 2001. The board and staff remain focused on our mission. We strive to make our programs, memberships, services and facility available to everyone; the YMCA never turns people away due to an inability to pay.
In 1998, after years of careful planning, the Waldo County YMCA Board of Directors initiated a capital campaign to raise funds to build the YMCA facility. With generous support from the whole community we raised over $4.7 million. The facility opened in February 2001, housing a full gymnasium, walking track, community rooms, wellness and fitness rooms. The Board of Directors planned the full-facility YMCA in phases, vowing to complete the initial facility (Phase I) without incurring long-term debt. Phase I was financed with short-term debt that was paid in full in January 2004. The Waldo County YMCA celebrated the official opening of the Tom & Sally Savage Pool Complex on Wednesday, June 17, 2009. Community donors and contributors, donating $4.2 million to the pool complex campaign, celebrated with a tour of the natatorium. Come in and visit us today!