Financial Assistance Program InformationYMCA2023-09-05T14:13:31-02:30
Financial Assistance Program Information
At the YMCA, our mission, vision, and values drive everything we do. The YMCA Annual Campaign is focused on raising much needed financial support for individuals and families who are unable to afford the full cost of participation in a YMCA program or activity. The YMCA is a charity committed to providing access to all members of the community. Donors to the YMCA make this possible with their generous gifts.
How to Apply
Fill in the online submission form or visit the YMCA to receive an application.
Gather the required documents.
You will be contacted by the YMCA to discuss your application or to arrange an appointment.
The following documents will be required before your application can be approved.
The following documents will be required before your application can be approved:
Most recent Notice of Income Tax Assessment(s) for household family members
Previous month’s paystub(s)
Other sources of income (e.g. Child Tax Benefit/Child Care Supplement, rental income, employment insurance, disability/low income supplement, CPP, OAS, Workers Compensation)
Void cheque or credit card to activate your pre-authorized monthly payments
Bring cash, debit or credit card to make your first payment
Provide photo ID for ages 16 or older (driver’s license, student card, passport, refugee status certificate, permanent resident card)
We will do our best to review your application right away upon receipt of all documentation. Occasionally we may require additional time to properly assess your application. In such cases we will contact you by phone no later than two business days after receiving your completed application and required documents.
If a member/participant does not re-apply, their fees will automatically increase annually. The YMCA applies minimal fee increases annually. Notification will be provided 15 days prior to the scheduled increase, and failure to cancel your agreement shall be deemed acceptance of the fee increase.