At a Glance



As the largest youth and family service organization in Williamson County, the YMCA of Central Texas serves over 445,000 program participants each year. The association has five branches and a licensed child care department to account for over 600 staff members throughout the county.

The YMCA of Central Texas is a 501 © (3) organization chartered by the YMCA of the USA. The YMCA of Central Texas is audited annually by independent auditors who present their finds directly to the Association Board of Directors. The Association Board of Directors is a volunteer-based group of community leaders that serve as an independent governing body to provide the checks and balances necessary to ensure that YMCA of Central Texas activities are transparent and properly reported to the public as well as applicable governmental agencies.

Our Mission

To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

Our Focus

For Youth Development, Healthy Living & Social Responsibility.

Our Values

Caring, Honesty, Respect, Responsibility & Faith.   

Our Strong Kids Campaign

Our annual campaign, which provides funds for financial assistance scholarships, is central to the Y mission. By giving, you can help make sure that every boy and girl as well as their family can participate in life-enriching programs through the Y - regardless of their ability to pay. Every dollar you contribute makes a meaningful difference in the lives of families we serve and helps us give kids the power of values, so that they can grow up to become productive adults. One hundred percent of every dollar goes directly to children and families in need based on income, family size and economic circumstance. By pledging your gift and paying it throughout the year, you can assist more children. For more information and to make your contribution, please log on to our website or contact the Y's Financial Development Office at (512) 615-5539.


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