YMCA Drop Location for Hurricane Relief Supplies

Travis Manion Foundation is partnering with local volunteers to lead a movement of service in support of those affected by Hurricane Michael, by collecting basic necessities through an Operation Legacy Service Project.  Operation Legacy is TMF’s biannual series of service projects that unite veterans, civilians and youth to honor the legacy of our nation’s fallen heroes.  

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New Kentucky Sales Taxes Will Hit Membership & Program Fees

Tax expansion goes into effect July 1st.


The Hopkins County Family YMCA is greatly disappointed by the State of Kentucky collecting a new sales tax on our memberships and programs.  The tax is not supported by the YMCA but we are required to implement it.  The sales tax will go into effect July 1, and the Kentucky Department of Revneue says it will affect thousands of businesses and organizations, as 17 services will have to add the 6% tax.

More information below:

Letter from CEO

FAQ: House Bill 487

Sales Tax Facts 

Our History - A Brief History of the YMCA Movement

At the Y, we are so much more than a gym.  We are a cause.  And our cause is strengthening community. 

Across the United States, we embrace the mission that has been adapted from previous generations.  It maintains the integrity where we come from and it speaks to where we’re going and whom we invite to join us.  The mission is this: To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

This movement, over time, has brought hope, health and life to millions of people.  It continues to serve 17.9 million people per year in the U.S. alone, of which 9 million are children.

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