FALL INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL

A fun basketball league for high school boys between the age of 15-18. Games to be played once or twice a week on Tuesday and Thursdays. Playoffs to conclude the season.

Season Dates: October 29 - December 19

Registration Dates:  September 17 - October 21

Pricing: Individual Sign-ups: Y Members: $55, Y Guests: $65, Team Sign-ups: Y Members: $500, Y Guests: $550

BASKETBALL CLINIC

This basketball clinic is ideal for boys and girls, ages 7-14, looking to improve their basketball skills, or a player who wants to learn the fundamentals of basketball. Features stations and drills followed by some fun games!

Dates: September 7, from 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Y Members: $30, Y Guests: $35

VOLLEYBALL CLINIC

This clinic is designed to help boys and girls, ages 7–14, learn the fundamentals of Volleyball and develop the proper mechanics and skills to play the game. Features stations and drills followed by some fun games!

Dates: September 7, from 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Y Members: $30, Y Guests: $35

UPDATED: 12:00 pm, 12/27/19 - The broken water pipe has been fixed! All classes and programs will resume as normal on Saturday, 12/28/19, beginning 6:30 am. Thank you for your patience.


UPDATED: 4:00 pm, 12/26/19 - At the Y, the safety of our staff, our members, and our community is of utmost importance. Due to a broken water pipe, the Greater Naples YMCA will close at 1:00 pm today (12/26/19) and remain closed through Friday (12/27/19). We will post updates here as we know more, including when we will re-open.

The YMCA Fun Day program is not affected by the water pipe break and will run as usual (7:00 am - 6:00 pm). Drop-off and pick-up will be in the east wing (old lobby). Please contact Angeliz, at aramos@greaternaplesymca.org, if you have any questions about the Fun Day program.

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Financial Assistance

A Y for All Community Members
Everyone belongs at the Y. We are committed to ensuring every community member, has access to our YMCAs. Our Financial Assistance program enables all individuals and families to become active members and participants at a rate that fits their budgets. This program is possible thanks to the many generous donors who support the YMCA’s Annual Campaign —100% of donations made to the Y help support kids, adults and families in our communities. To learn more about how you can support the YMCA of Easley, Pickens & Powdersville'?s Share the Spirit Campaign through a donation, CLICK HERE.

How are scholarships awarded?
Assistance is granted on the basis of financial need. We use a sliding fee scale based on total household income. 

SCHOLARSHIP LEVELS
  Annual Household Income % Discount
LEVEL 5 $40,001 - $45,000 5%
LEVEL 10 $35,001 - $40,000 10%
LEVEL 15 $30,001 - $35,000 15%
LEVEL 20 $25,001 - $30,000 20%
LEVEL 30 $20,001 - $25,000 30%
LEVEL 40 $15,001 - $20,000 40%
LEVEL 50 $0 - $15,000 50%

***Scholarships are awarded as funds are available. Some programs have limited scholarship monies available.***

I believe I am eligible for a scholarship, what do I do next?
We require supporting documentation to verify household size and income.  We will need to review your most recent tax Form 1040, 1040a, 1040EZ or an IRS Verification of Non-Filing. If you do not have one of these documents, you can request a copy at the IRS website.  Please bring one of these documents to any of our YMCA branches and our Member Services staff at the desk will be able to assist you.  

Exclusions and Exceptions
Not all programs and membership are eligible for a scholarship.  The following are not eligible for a scholarship (other exclusions may apply):
      Membership Exclusions:  College, Youth, 4 & 5 Adult Household 
      Program Exclusions:  Lifeguard Training, Pool Parties, & Dance. 
                                      * Scholarships for After School sites located at schools are awarded by the school.

What if I can't afford the income-based rate listed in the chart for my membership type?
For most situations, the listed income-based rate is the lowest rate we are able to provide. However, we realize there are certain situations that necessitate a lower rate for a period of time. Examples of these extenuating circumstances are: a recent traumatic event, a significant change in your financial situation, a death in the immediate family, major or emergency medical expenses, emergency custody situations or circumstances with disabilities/special needs. If you would like to share your story with us, please CLICK HERE. Please allow up to 14 days for us to follow-up with you!

If you have any questions or need help with Financial Assistance, please contact Member Services at your branch.

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