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Welcome Volunteers!

Every year the Y holds a volunteer-led annual campaign to help raise funds for our scholarship program.

In addition to raising funds, we raise awareness about our services & programs. Every dollar raised through our annual campaign goes to support individuals and families that would not otherwise be able to participate.

Thank You for Your Support!

Helpful Campaigner Trainings and Materials

Our Reach in Numbers


Mobile Cause How-To

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Stories from our Y


10 Tips for Making an Ask

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Circle of Influence

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Donor Prospects Fillable Form

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Make a Personal Ask

Are you making an ask virtually? You can still make it personal with a video. Share what you know about the Y and the importance of making sure ALL in our community have access to the Y regardless of age, income, or background.

Annual Community Support Campaign Commitment Description

To assure a successful Annual Community Support Campaign, to provide strong leadership to the campaign and lead by example. To demonstrate sound campaign practices by implementing Good Practices and Proven Concepts. Be a leader in an organized effort to raise a minimum of $141, 000 to support youth and families in our communities.


As a Campaign Team Member, I commit to do the following:

1. Passionately communicate the need for the campaign and the impact that it makes in our community.
2. Make my personal pace setting lead gift to the campaign when I make my commitment to be part of the campaign.
3. Secure my company’s gift to the campaign (if appropriate).
4. Work towards exceeding a personal fundraising goal of $600.
5. Attend the Campaign Kick-Off, the Campaign Report Meeting and the Campaign Victory event (see calendar).
6. Communicate with the Team Captain throughout the campaign and provide motivation to ensure campaign productivity.
7. Visit at least one YMCA program site with YMCA staff, once a month during this agreement.
8. Encourage, inspire and support the entire volunteer structure.
9. Have fun!

2023 Annual Community Campaign Calendar






Campaign Kick off


January 24, 2023



Redlands YMCA- Lossett

Report Meeting #1


February 8, 2023

6:00pm Martha Green’s

Report Meeting #2


February 21, 2023

6:00pm Martha Green’s

Campaign Victory


March 8, 2023



Contact Us

Are you a Campaign Volunteer

Do you have questions? Please contact your staff assistant or reach out to Maritza Solis in Sr. Director or Mission Advancement at MSolis@ymcaeastvalley.org

Together, We Can Create a Better Us

There’s never been a better time to build a better us. People of all ages and backgrounds are struggling to reach their full potential. More and more children face seemingly insurmountable learning gaps. Families find it difficult to spend quality time together. People are not connected to their neighbors and face time happens through a phone. And instead of seeing the income gap shrink, it seems all we do is watch it grow.

But when challenges arise, the Y – and donors like you – step in. The Y understands what our community needs to be its best. Working with generous donors like you, the Y provides everyone the opportunity to be healthy and thrive, to connect with others, and contribute to a better community. Everything the Y does is in service of making us – as individuals and a community – better.

You may contribute online. Our organization accept donations that help pay for the community to enjoy the Y.

Contact the YMCA of the East Valley Mission Advancement team: (909) 798-9622. In addition to online payments, we also accept credit card donations or pledges by phone.

Donate by mail by sending your donation to:
YMCA of the East Valley
500 East Citrus Ave
Redlands, CA 92373

Want to give a stock gift? Email our Chief Financial Officer, D. Thorne, to coordinate details.

Y Member Stories

Highland Senior Member Story

“The Y is my sweetheart; I started on valentines day,” shares Linda. Six months into her health journey, Linda had a membership to a different gym but was looking for more. “I heard great things about the Y,” she shared.

PSU Member Story

Like many working parents, Michelle struggled to find childcare for her two youngest children. “It was hard for me. My parents would help when they could, but they also worked,” shared Michelle.

Highland Aquatics Member Story

With a pool in her backyard and her energetic two-year-old, Claudia knew she had to find swim lessons for her son Phoenix. “I searched online for somewhere that offered swim lessons nearby,” said Claudia. In her search, she found Parent & Child swim lessons at the Highland Family YMCA and signed up. “We think it [...]