Current President & CEO of the YMCA of Metropolitan Denver Jim Hiner has announced plans to retire in September 2018. Beginning his work with the YMCA in 1971, Hiner took on the leadership role in Denver in 2006 and has since led the organization through 12 years of expansion and increased community impact.
Cancer Survivors Find Confidence and Reduce Risk of Recurrence with Physical Activity
YMCA of Metropolitan Denver Offers Support Through LIVESTRONG
New Partnership Brings Fitness and Fun to 1,400 Mentors and Children
Denver YMCA and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado collaborate to make a difference for kids
[DENVER, Dec. 12, 2016] – Everything’s better when we work together. That’s why in Denver, two large nonprofit organizations focused on...
Harmes C. Fishback Foundation Trust Continues to Invest in Community, Health and Future
$1 million donation propels Downtown YMCA renovation and bolsters community services
The Littleton Family YMCA, a branch of the YMCA of Metropolitan Denver, is challenging community members to be a hero and support Littleton youth and families by attending the Be A Hero Silent Auction on Friday, April 1.