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Opens in a new window Empowering Young People With Bikes

In collaboration with Lyft, we’re empowering thousands of young people by connecting them to free one-year Lyft bikeshare memberships.

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When communities get better, the world gets better. Discover how we positively impact the nation—and how you can help us—one neighborhood at a time.

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Visit any participating Y in the U.S. through membership at your "home" Y so you can reach your health and wellness goals wherever you live, work or travel.

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News From the Y

January 23, 2020

A new partnership between Lyft and the YMCA will provide free, one-year bikeshare memberships to thousands of young people associated with the Y. 

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December 19, 2019

MommyNearest spoke with Y-USA's Lauren Marciszyn to learn more about how to make New Year's resolutions that work for you and your family. 

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December 3, 2019

CNBC takes a look at how to make the most of your donations on Giving Tuesday. 

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December 1, 2019

The Y's Giving Tuesday survey reveals that 48 percent of young Americans discover new nonprofits via social media. 

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November 22, 2019

HR Dive spoke with Lynda Gonzales-Chavez,YMCA of the USA's SVP and chief diversity officer, about how companies can successfully implement and execute diversity and inclusions within their organizations. 

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November 19, 2019

Seven in 10 young Americans work to create positive change on a daily basis, according to new research.

A survey of 2,000 Americans (aged 18–38) found that 67 percent believe younger generations are more likely to be outspoken about the issues they support, and half of respondents believe younger generations are actually the ones driving positive change.

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