About Chandler/Gilbert Family YMCA

The Chandler/Gilbert Family YMCA has a rich history of serving our community and surrounding communities with programs and activities that help further health and well-being. Our programs, services and initiatives enable kids to realize their potential, prepare teens for college, offer ways for families to have fun together and empower people to be healthier in spirit, mind and body. We prepare people for employment, welcome and embrace newcomers. In 2015 we were named one of the top 100 businesses in Chandler. We are proud to be a non-profit and offer financial aid to anyone in need. Come see everything the Chandler/Gilbert Family YMCA has to offer!

Wonderful Y! Came by for a post Thanksgiving workout and the facility is beautiful. Nice cardio equipment and Hammer strength equipment. Not to crowded and I felt right at home. I love visiting other Y’s while traveling and this Y did not disappoint. Helpful front desk, tons of information on all their programs, and helpful HL staff. Keep up the good work Chandler/Gilbert Family Y!

Chandler/Gilbert Family YMCA

For A Better Us

Ranya

“I am very thankful for the chance to share our positive experience with YMCA. I remember when I met with one of my friends and talked about how much my kids were missing sports because the fees were too high for my family to pay. She told me that I could try to talk to the YMCA and ask for a scholarship for my kids to play basketball. We were extremely happy when we were accepted.”… Read More

Chandler/Gilbert Family YMCA | Valley of the Sun YMCA

Ask anyone who exercises will say that aside from weight and health benefits, exercising simply makes them “feel better.”… Read More

Valley of the Sun YMCA | Instructor Saves Boy

While on vacation in Idaho, a Valley of the Sun YMCA instructor saved a young boys life. The boy, who nearly drowned in a lake, was rescued by Alicia Galbreath.… Read More

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Early Learning Program | Chandler/Gilbert Family YMCA | Valley of the Sun YMCA

Early Learning Program

Y Fun Fact

Professional Football began at the YMCA during 1895 in Latrobe, Pennsylvania when John Brailer was paid $10 + expenses by the local YMCA to replace the injured quarterback on their American football team.