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A BOLD NEW VISION FOR THE TANDY FAMILY YMCA!

For more than 105 years, the YMCA of Greater Tulsa has strengthened the foundations of the Tulsa community through its commitment to healthy living, youth development and social responsibility. In 2015, the Y will take a new approach to health and wellness with groundbreaking and construction of the new Tandy Family YMCA. While under construction, there should be no interruption for any Thornton services, including the pool, gymnasium, Child Watch and fitness floor.
 
In collaboration with OU School of Community Medicine, OU Physicians-Tulsa and OU Physical Therapy the Tandy Family Y will be more than a 100,000-square foot, state-of-the-art healthy living center. Learn more about how we are working together to reverse recent health trends and help families attain and maintain healthier lifestyles for longer, better lives.
 
We need your help finishing the Tandy Family Y! We have raised most of the money needed to build this fabulous new facility, but need to raise a bit more to include all the elements needed to serve the needs of our area. Make a donation here:
Events and News
  • Need a Summer Job?
Come to one of our camp job fairs in March or April! We are looking for fun, awesome, and diverse team members who want to make a difference in children's lives as a summer camp team member at the Y!
  • Complete List of Summer 2015 Y Camps
Your guide to all Y Camps for the summer of 2015 is here and registration is open! Click to see camp descriptions and register online.
  • Maximize My Membership
Help define, refine and reach your fitness goals with Maximize My Membership! $50 gets you 3 wellness coach sessions to create your plan, check your progress and bring you results. For existing AND new members--click below to learn more!
  • CHANGE A LIFE FOREVER
The YMCA of GREATER TULSA is pleased to offer the Reach & Rise™ Mentoring Program in the Tulsa community. The program helps at-risk youth overcome personal, social and family challenges through a positive adult-youth relationship. To learn more visit www.ymcatulsa.org/supporting-ymca/volunteering.