The Fergus Falls Area Family YMCA is a not-for-profit community service organization dedicated to enhancing the spirit, mind and body of all persons through quality leadership, programs, services and facilities. The YMCA serves people of all ages, backgrounds, abilities and incomes. Founded and supported by its community, the YMCA wants all of its programs and services to be accessible to everyone in the community. That’s why the Fergus Falls Area Family YMCA offers Financial Assistance.
Exactly what it suggests-it’s Financial Assistance to the YMCA. The Financial Assistance program is an income-based rate scale that is designed so that all people will have access to the programs and services of the YMCA, regardless of income. The Scholarship program (Financial Assistance) is made possible by generous and philanthropic individuals, businesses, and community members who contribute to the Y's Cliff and Doris Maxwell Annual Giving Campaign each year to assist individuals or families with their membership.
The Financial Assistance program has been developed for individuals or families in what would be considered a crisis situation. A “crisis situation” would include: a disability, medical referral, rehabilitation, a family situation, extremely low income or any other special circumstance where assistance is needed.
All assistance is based on a sliding scale that takes into consideration your gross household income, number of dependents and living expenses. Everyone is asked to pay a portion of the membership fees. Additional fees for programs or service are the individual or families’ responsibility.
The first step to acquiring assistance is to fill out the Financial Assistance Form, which you can download from this website, or pick up at our front desk. We require that all applicants submit verification of their income with the completed application. Completed applications may be submitted to the Fergus Falls Area Family YMCA.
Masks are required to visit the YMCA. Masks can be removed during exercise.
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