Parent Organization
Northeast Cobb YMCA
  • Mission

    Everything The Y does is in service of building a stronger Atlanta - and 100% of every gift to The Y is directly invested into our community. so much more than a gym and swim, The Y develops and provides vital programs and services for ALL people regardless of ability to pay. Because at The Y, we believe that all people, especially children, deserve an equal chance to reach their full potential.

  • imgEXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

    Rebecca Shipley

  • imgWEBSITE

    http://www.ymcaatlanta.org/ymca-locations/northeast-cobb/

  • imgEMAIL

    betsym@ymcaatlanta.org

  • imgPHONE

    678-410-7520

  • imgLOCATION

    3010 Johnson Ferry Road, Marietta, GA , 30062.

  •  FORM 990s

Categories

  • Community Improvement & Capacity Building
  • Education
  • Food Insecurity Prevention & Nutrition
  • Human Services
  • Recreation & Sports
  • Youth Services & Development
  • Food - School Age Children
  • COVID-19 Response
  • General Public

Additional Programs

PROGRAM 1
Safety Around Water
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Organization Detail Northeast Cobb YMCA
Community Improvement & Capacity Building Education Food Insecurity Prevention & Nutrition Human Services Recreation & Sports Youth Services & Development Food - School Age Children COVID-19 Response
  • Rebecca Shipley
  • www.ymcaatlanta.org/ymca-locations/northeast-cobb/
  • betsym@ymcaatlanta.org
  • 678-410-7520
  • 3010 Johnson Ferry Road, Marietta, GA , 30062.
PROGRAM 1
Hunger Relief - Summer Lunch
Hunger relief takes the form of a brown bag lunch for kiddos who live in food insecure homes. While on school breaks many students in our county, who normally receive free/reduced lunches while in school, stay home with limited access to healthy food or snacks during the day. The Y takes a nutritious midday meal, and healthy outdoor activity provided by engaged volunteers.
Programs
PROGRAM 1
Safety Around Water
At the YMCA, we believe that water safety is a critical life skill, and we are committed to ensuring that all people, especially children, receive the education and skills they need to prevent drowning. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, every day, an average of ten people die from unintentional drowning. Of these, two are children 14 years of age or younger. Studies show that children from under-served communities are five times more likely to drown than their peers. As the largest provider of health and wellness programs to children and adults across metro Atlanta, and with the support and research of a national organization, the YMCA gives children, regardless of zip code, background, or ability to pay the tools to enjoy safe experiences around water.
PROGRAM 2
Safety Around Water
At the YMCA, we believe that water safety is a critical life skill, and we are committed to ensuring that all people, especially children, receive the education and skills they need to prevent drowning. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, every day, an average of ten people die from unintentional drowning. Of these, two are children 14 years of age or younger. Studies show that children from under-served communities are five times more likely to drown than their peers. As the largest provider of health and wellness programs to children and adults across metro Atlanta, and with the support and research of a national organization, the YMCA gives children, regardless of zip code, background, or ability to pay the tools to enjoy safe experiences around water.