WHAT: The YMCA of Metro Denver will reopen the doors to all metro Denver wellness centers on Monday, June 15. While the State of Colorado allowed fitness centers to open on June 5, the Y is taking some extra precautionary measures, including additional staff training and fine-tuning health and safety requirements to ensure the highest possible standards are met.
Racism and discrimination have no place in our society and the YMCA of Metro Denver stands behind this belief in practice and policy. Our vision as an organization is to play an integral role in creating strong communities where people thrive, where there are no disparities or inequities, and where all people are living life to their fullest potential.
The YMCA of Metro Denver is committed to safeguarding the health of our members, programs participants, staff and volunteers. As we monitor the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to keep our Y families informed and protected.
Through a partnership that began over five years ago by the Y’s Diversity, Inclusion and Global Innovation (DIG) committee, we teamed up with Aurora Public Schools and the Aurora Welcome Center to welcome Aurora refugee families to the district.
In one of the latest Naturalization Ceremonies in Littleton, Colorado, 39 new Americans took the oath to become US Citizens. The YMCA was there to recognize and welcome them.