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Local chartered YMCAs, including Student Y's, have been invited to apply to the national office for project funds associated with income generating activities that will lead to increased sustainability of a local Y. Project budgets should be between R10,000 and R15,000. First round of applications close at end of April 2014. This is a great partnership with a long term vision of strengthening the income generating capacity of local YMCAs in South Africa. 
The Pietermaritzburg YMCA, an associate member of the South African National Council of YMCAs, and affiliate of the Africa and World Alliance of YMCAs, seeks a young, dynamic, strategic thinker for the position of General Manager/CEO. The PMB YMCA is currently undergoing critical changes and requires someone who is able to lead this YMCA through the next phase of its 140 year history in South Africa. The position will require an innovative, experienced organisational leader; skilled in...
Thursday 6th March 2014. A night to remember. Some stars came out, some stars were born. The SA YMCA and YMCA USA coalition celebrated 6 years of an official partnership between the two movements. 28 senior staff and volutneers from several YMCAs in the USA were in Durban, along with 60 SA YMCA staff, local/national leaders and volunteers to hear from each other and develop relationships for the future. We also had fun, being told a deeply moving story by YMCA young people; being entertained by...
At a recent Ambassadors breakfast held at the Greater Durban YMCA on Thursday 20th Feb, Trevor Gorven, ex Durban Student YMCA staff member and now a senior Judge in KZN, presented a fascinating story of how the YMCA has evolved through the last century. He challenged the YMCA to constantly reflect on itself to ensure it is evolving along with the changing needs of each community where it finds itself. Trevor was able to contextualise the history of the SA YMCA by sketching the strength and...
Arne Hiorth (LEFT), music teacher from Ronningen, hands over a new Squire electric guitar to Ricky De Reuck, G/S of Cape Flats YMCA. A Laney amp was also handed over to symbolise the start of a new music project that will provide rehearsal spaces for young people to play music instruments as a way of diverting them from joining gangs. This is a collaborative project between the music group from the YMCA/Ronningnen Folk High School in Oslo, Norway, the SA YMCA and the Cape Flats YMCA. Other...

Blogs

Tuesday 11 Mar 2014
Find The Next Generation Of Leaders For Your YMCA The Local Action Group training program steers emerging leaders towards sharper self-awareness and identifies particular leadership styles before they are put...
Saturday 08 Mar 2014
No easy task to MC a Gala Dinner The YMCA future is in good hands. Skumbuzo and Thandeka could easily have been at the Oscars. But instead, it was the SA YMCA/USA YMCA Gala Dinner. With a smoothness, expertise and insight that clearly...
Monday 24 Feb 2014
Using the Arts to create character Some of the character outputs we aim for in the Y-Arts programme 1. Creativity – Being able to think on your feet, approach tasks from different perspectives and think ‘outside of the box’ will distinguish your...
Thursday 13 Feb 2014
Marching for jobs? While political parties fight over which street to march in, and squabble over whose job manifesto is better, the YMCA is busy training young volunteers for a brilliant new project. TEEEP (The economic and entrepreneurial education programme) will develop...
Sunday 09 Feb 2014
TEEEP almost ready to start. The entrepreneurial, economic education project (TEEEP) held a final training of volunteers this past week in Soweto before implementing the project in Soweto and Greater Durban YMCAs. This is a critical moment for the SA YMCA because it begins to define the kind of intervention required by the YMCA to improve young peoples chances of employment in the future. The project is aimed at grades 4 - 6 and is aimed at...

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