YMCA of Greater Boston CEO James Morton describes how he learned of a surprise $18M donation and most importantly how it will impact the organization’s mission, addressing critical needs
We, the YMCA of Greater Boston, stand with others in denouncing the deplorable events that occurred in Washington, D.C., on January 6, 2021.
SVP of Partnerships and Responsibility Wendy Zinn has led the charge to feed families during COVID-19.
Our hearts are full to be one of the recipients of Mackenzie Scott’s donations to 384 organizations.
YMCA of Greater Boston is one of the recipients of the grant, enabling us to deliver food to underserved neighborhoods in Boston.
A message on gratitude this Thanksgiving.
Governor Charlie Baker and First Lady Lauren Baker speak at the MA Alliance of YMCA’s Annual Meeting.
Mayor Marty Walsh joined workers at the Dorchester YMCA Saturday to give out free turkeys, courtesy of Stop & Shop, to families in need before Thanksgiving.
Our President and CEO, James Morton was interviewed by Glen Gunderson, President and CEO of YMCA of the North for his blog series about equity.
Our President and CEO, James Morton was recently named to Boston Business Journal’s Power 50 as one of Boston’s most influential leaders in 2020.
The YMCA and other community locations have been providing meals to children, families, and seniors throughout the pandemic, and are now working to continue that into the fall.
The change starts with us – you and me. We must declare – Enough is Enough – and then act accordingly.
Teens help the YMCA of Greater Boston distribute food this summer. We are proud to provide summer youth employment with a purpose.
How, during these challenging times, do we work towards the ideals upon which this country was founded?
Announcing an innovative partnership to help provide Boston’s most vulnerable residents.
Serving the community during the pandemic by delivering thousands of bags of groceries to those in need.
A unique initiative to address food insecurity throughout the city.
Partnering with transportation to feed families during this crisis.
An unlikely partnership has formed in an “all-hands-on-deck” effort to keep food on the table.
The YMCA is working with Boston’s food bank to keeping up with increasing demand.
Let’s celebrate our hope for the day when we will all be free.
“Constructive revenge” and servant leadership: a starting point for our work to end poverty and racism.