YMCA of Greater Boston Aims to Reunite and Build Community Connections

YMCA of Greater Boston Aims to Reunite and Build Community w

 From October 16-24, The YMCA of Greater Boston will host Together We Move, an event featuring over 20 fun events that will help support members in achieving their physical goals-while reconnecting with friends and neighbors. Registration for the over 20 events available is open now. Together We Move is sponsored by Corcoran Jennison companies.

“We’re hosting events across greater Boston where neighbors can meet up and become active for a good cause.” said Patricia Barnwell, Senior Executive Director at the YMCA of Greater Boston. “The Y is a natural community-builder and in-person connections are so important as we move through the pandemic.”

TOGETHER WE MOVE is also a unique opportunity to raise much needed funds in support of the critical work needed throughout the YMCA of Greater Boston’s communities. For over 170 years, America’s first YMCA has been committed to solving our communities’ social issues through strengthening the physical, mental, and spiritual health of all. Celebrate a movement to feed, educate and elevate all people so they can achieve their full potential!

TOGETHER WE MOVE offers a variety of participation options – choose one or many!  

· 5K Races at Burbank, Waltham, Oak Square, East Boston, and N. Suburban

·  Mini Triathlons, plank challenges, Yoga and Virtual 5K options at Huntington Ave. and Wang YMCA

· And more!  

Celebrate fall, by supporting a cause that is connecting all people to their potential and each other, by engaging in wellness and community-building experiences that span 9 days, cover 43 miles, and celebrate movement in14 neighborhoods. 

About the YMCA of Greater Boston:

The YMCA of Greater Boston is one of Massachusetts leading nonprofits committed to strengthening communities by improving health, empowering youth and activating people for good. Every day the Y works with thousands of men, women, and children to ensure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has access to Y programs and services.   As the nation’s fifth largest charity, the Y is creating a community of caring people through meaningful memberships. For more than 165 years, the Y has been developing skills and emotional well-being through education and training, welcoming and connecting diverse populations, preventing chronic disease and building healthier communities. The YMCA of Greater Boston is America’s first Y.

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