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YMCA of MEWSA Receives Swim Grant to Help Children Learn How to Swim
YMCA of MEWSA Summer Day Camp Registration Opens February 1st
The YMCA of Metuchen, Edison, Woodbridge & South Amboy will open its summer day camp for the season beginning June 21st.
NEW JERSEY YMCA'S PROVIDE ESSENTIAL SERVICES DURING PANDEMIC
During these unprecedented times, New Jersey YMCA's continue to serve and strengthen our communities. Thanks to the generous support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Russell Berrie Foundation, Horizon Foundation for NJ, NJ Pandemic Relief Fund and other supporters, we have been able to provide essential and critical services to our communities!
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YMCA OF MEWSA RECEIVES LOVES TAKES ACTION AWARD FROM THE NEW YORK LIFE FOUNDATION
The YMCA of Metuchen, Edison, Woodbridge & South Amboy announced today that it was awarded a $50,000 Love Takes Action Award from the New York Life Foundation.
YMCA of MEWSA Launches Youth and Government Program
By being part of our Youth & Government Program, teens learn to become responsible, civic-minded citizens who will be better able to understand and get involved in political and public affairs, develop public speaking skills, improve their writing and research skills and become empowered to advocate for their beliefs.
Manasquan Bank Donates School Supplies
Manasquan Bank donated school supplies to create 70 sling bags for elementary school students registered in our programs.
Gov. Murphy Visits Edgar Learning Center to Announce $250M Child Care Initiative
On August 28th, Governor Murphy visited Edgar Learning Center to announce that he is dedicating $250 million from the Coronavirus Relief Fund to provide support to families with school-age children and supporting the re-opening of child care centers.
YMCA at the Piscataway Community Center Membership Sale Starting 9/8!
Black and Gold Founders Membership Drive begins September 8th. NO JOINER FEE, NO PAYMENT UNTIL OCTOBER 1st
See what NJ YMCA's Have Been During the Pandemic
View our infographic which is a summary of what New Jersey YMCAs have been during regarding COVID-19 relief efforts.
YMCA of MEWSA Facilities Reopen September 1st!
After closing its facilities on March 17th due to safety concerns surrounding the spread of COVID-19, Governor Murphy’s order closing gyms has been lifted and the YMCA of Metuchen, Edison, Woodbridge & South Amboy will reopen its branches on Tuesday, September 1st.
The YPCC Celebrates India Independence Day
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Eye on Piscataway-Interview with Kyle Strohman, ED of YPCC
YPCC Executive Director Kyle Strohman sits with Piscataway Mayor Brian Wahler to discuss the latest news on the YMCA at the Piscataway Community Center.
YMCA at the Piscatway Community Center Dedication
As the nation continues to make its way through COVID-19 restrictions and businesses are slowly reopening under watchful eyes, township officials held a dedication ceremony for the Piscataway Community Center on Saturday, July 25th, marking another step closer to being able to officially it open to the public.
YMCA of MEWSA Receives Young Explorer Grant
The YMCA of Metuchen, Edison, Woodbridge & South Amboy has received notification of a grant award in the amount of $7,500 through the PNC Foundation’s Grow Up Great program.
A Letter from our President & CEO
August 2020-A letter to our members from our President & CEO
YMCA OF MEWSA Recevies Youth & Government Grant
The YMCA of Metuchen, Edison, Woodbridge & South Amboy received notification of a grant in the amount of $2,500 from the New Jersey State Bar Foundation to support the costs of launching their new teen initiative, the Youth and Government Program.
YMCA of MEWSA on Channel 7 News!
Check out our segment on Channel 7 news on how the Y is holding camp during COVID-19.
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Here's Why We're Sending Our Kid to Summer Camp, By Ronnie Koenig
Kids need to be outdoors. Kids need to be with their friends. Parents need to work. So, off to summer camp he will go, with the reasonable amount of worry that surely every parent feels but also no regrets.