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Estelle Sidler

From The Ground Up Opens in a new window COVID-19 Emergency Services: Child Care With COVID-19-related school closures and the urgency for essential workers to report to work, there is a critical need for safe child care options across the country. In response, the Y is offering emergency child care […]

From The Ground Up




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COVID-19 Emergency Services: Child Care

With COVID-19-related school closures and the urgency for essential workers to report to work, there is a critical need for safe child care options across the country. In response, the Y is offering emergency child care at more than 940 locations for families of medical personnel, essential employees and first responders.


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Find a Y Emergency Child Care Site




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COVID-19 Emergency Services: Food Distribution

Amid school closures and economic uncertainty, a rapidly increasing number of people are facing food insecurity. In response, hundreds of Ys nationwide are providing free grab-and-go meals to help address this serious issue.


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Find a Y-Affiliated Food Distribution Site




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Your Y At Home

The Y has always brought people together. During a time of community-mandated closures and recommendations to shut down programs and limit gatherings, stay connected to the Y with resources for kids, families and active older adults along with plenty of ways to stay active from home.


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Connect with Your Y At Home

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