Ymca Of Greater Houston Area
Rating: 1.75 stars 4 4 reviews
2600 North Loop West Houston TX 77092 USA
It is the mission of the ymca of greater houston to put judeo-christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind and body for all. See schedule o.
Healthy livingparticipants: 376,830 facility membersfacilities: 37 in greater houston areaassistance provided to participants in the form of fee reductions: $5,001,085see schedule o for additional information.
youth developmentparticipants: 237,961programs include ymca child care (after school, early childhood, infant care and middle school), ymca parent/child (adventure guides, family camp, healthy family home, and other family events), ymca swim, sports & play (aquatics, youth sports, and camping services). Assistance provided to participants in the form of fee reductions: $3,771,290see schedule o for additional information.
social responsibilityparticipants: 141,623programs include ymca caring community centers (afterschool program with enrichment activities, summer programs, core programs, and social service programs), ymca residences, ymca international services, ymca active older adults, ymca special populations, ymca employment development and training, and ymca operation backpack. Assistance provided to participants in the form of fee reductions: $2,143,716see schedule o for additional information.
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I loved the YMCA in Pearland. I had been a member for 16 years, and enjoyed their pool and workout/weight facilities. But due to continued monthly membership rate increases, I was finally forced to go elsewhere. No one seemed to question why the Houston Area YMCA's pay 55% of there gross operating revenues in salaries. Most of these facilities are run by part-time minumum wage college students. They must pay the top administrative people who run these branch quite well. My membership fee had doubled during the 16 years I was a member, and no one seems to ask why? Thats more than the inflation rate. Yes they offer reduced membership rates for people below a certain income level, but just try and qualify. I question whether they should even be allowed to operate as a non-profit organization. Members are asked to fund the salaries of the few.
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