At the YMCA of Metro Denver, we believe racial equity exists when race no longer limits one’s socioeconomic outcomes and inclusion exists when all people have fair and equal access to opportunity and resources to thrive.
Our commitment: we will do our part to overcome racism by addressing the systemic social, cultural and historical contributors to inequity. That means we will be transparent and accountable in all we do and contribute to advancing a more equitable and inclusive society.
As an organization, the YMCA must own our history and acknowledge there is still work to be done. Building on the efforts of our Diversity Inclusion Global Innovation Committee over the last years and with the help of a volunteer and staff-led committee, we have outlined our racial equity commitment and identified our path to be an agent of change in our community.
Our focus will be on our organization, the communities we serve and the society we live in and these are the steps we are taking to fulfill our commitment.
Apr. 10 | Clips for Kids sponsored by the YMCA of Metro Denver Staff Racial Equity Committee | Southwest Family YMCA
Short hair cuts for kids ages 8 to 14 years old are being offered at the Southwest YMCA. Thanks to our generous partners, hair cuts will be offered for FREE. Tips to the barbers are encouraged. Reservations are required! Special guest: Bennie Fowler, YMCA of Metro Denver Board Member and former Denver Bronco!
There will be a fitness family total body conditioning with a football style circuit from 11 AM - 12 PM!
- Emily Griffith Technical College: Marisol Espinoza
- Print Barbershop: Eddie Nashton
- Scissorhand Design Studio: TeJay Mora, Randy Fransua, Nancy Jo, Veronique Mora and Xzavier Mora
- Independent Barber: Joliet Moya
News and Updates
Read a letter from Sue Glass, President and CEO (January 16, 2021)