The Young Men's Christian Association is a worldwide organisation based in
Geneva, Switzerland, with more than 57 ...
History: The story of our founding. People have benefitted from Ys for over 160
Volunteer founded and volunteer led, the YMCA was established in London,
England, in 1844 by George Williams, a draper's shop assistant, to give young
In 1844 twelve young men led by George Williams founded the first YMCA in
London, England. Their objective was the “improvement of the spiritual condition
The Young Men's Christian Association was founded in London, England, ... In
1853, the first YMCA for African Americans was founded in Washington, D.C., ...
Founded: 1844. Employees: 30,000. Sales: $3.13 billion (1998) NAIC: 81341
Civic and Social Organizations. The YMCA of the USA is a not-for-profit,
The principal founder was a former slave, Anthony Bowen, who, with a group of
friends, organized the "YMCA for Colored Men and Boys" in Washington, D.C., ...
1851—First U.S. YMCA opens in Boston; 1856—St. Paul YMCA founded; 1866—
Minneapolis YMCA founded; 2012—Minneapolis and St. Paul YMCAs merge, ...
Jun 2, 2015 ... The American wing of the Young Men's Christian Association — a worldwide
organization founded in London in 1844 — launched the first ...
Since its founding in 1854, the YMCA of Greater Cleveland has provided quality
programs and services across an increasingly wide spectrum that encompasses