Ways to Give
Giving Tuesday 2022
The Y each year makes an appeal to YMCAs, Alumni, Y Staff and Boards across the country with the goal of supporting the only YMCA on a Native American reservation. We have a goal of raising $200,000 this year to help us get through the rest of 2022 and the start of 2023. This Y has always relied on our Y family, and this year is no different, we are Stronger Together.
We believe in you. Thank you for believing in us. We cannot do any of this without the help from our communities near and far.
Ways to help the Sioux Y during the campaign that do not involve donating
Commit to Volunteering or sending a Volunteer groups out here in 2021
Share our Facebook Page, Website, or Campaign Pages
Send us items for the community: Coats, gloves, unopened under garments, school supplies, Lice kits, first aid supplies, bug spray, sun block, bleach, dish soap, bed sheets, blankets, board games, etc.
AmazonSmile- Select our non-profit (Sioux YMCA) to benefit when you order on Amazon- personally or professionally
Share that others can use AmazonSmile too!
What is AmazonSmile?
A way to give back without even trying. Amazon created a way to benefit charities and organizations in need at no extra cost to the consumers. With such a demand in online ordering and the mere convenience of it, the means to help are right at your finger tips. AmazonSmile donates 0.5% of eligible purchase to a cause of your choosing. Go to smile.amazon.com and join that way or find "AmazonSmile" on the web page, select, then follow the instructs to default your purchases to donate.
Giving Tuesday was developed as a way to pause after Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday. That is a lot of back to back spending. Giving Tuesday offers a way for you to give in this time of getting. Click here to learn more about Giving Tuesday.
YMCA Camp Marrowbone is looking to use today as a challenge to you to help us fill a cabin! Our goal is $1,000 per cabin to keep camp accessible to all who want to attend our transformational program. I wonder how many cabins we can fill…