What You'll Get
$25 for 25 Day Passes for Adults and Families to the YMCA ($375 Value)
Day visits grant access to gym equipment, indoor pools, and group fitness classes.
YMCA of Greater Boston
Thomas Valentine Sullivan and several fellow evangelicals built the first non-profit YMCA on American soil in Boston in 1851. The main goal was a cause to strengthen the community. The building was a manifestation of Sullivan’s goal to “meet the young stranger as he enters our city, take him by the hand, direct him to a boarding house where he may find a quiet home. . . and in every way throw around him good influences, so that he may feel that he is not a stranger,” as stated on the YMCA’s website and Sullivan’s favorite T-shirt. This zest for helping mankind sparked the YMCA’s rich history, which has seen its flagship location dedicated by President Taft and two of its locations give rise to basketball and volleyball. Sullivan’s vision remains intact as the YMCA’s staff and volunteers orchestrate an array of group classes and wellness-centered programs such as childcare, youth and adult sports, camps, and volunteer opportunities.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. All visits must be 9-30-2015 or before, not valid for any visits after 9-30-15. Government issued ID required. Must be 18 or older. May redeem across multiple visits and locations. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About YMCA of Greater Boston
The YMCA keeps residents healthy and engaged in more than 10,000 neighborhoods across the country, but it traces its American origins to the streets of 19th-century Boston. Here, Thomas Valentine Sullivan carried on the mission started in London by George Williams: providing affordable recreation and residence to young men from cities and country towns alike. Over the last century and change, the organization's mission changed to keep pace with the evolving times; today, the YMCA of Greater Boston welcomes anyone interested in furthering the causes of "youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility."
This modern mission combines the Y's signature programming with new initiatives designed to keep citizens one step ahead of an ever-changing world. Members stay fit and active with everything from organized sports and fitness classes to lifeguard, CPR, and first aid lessons. But the Y's developmental programs go far beyond bodily strength; their enrichment and leadership courses equip youths with the confidence needed to take charge in their everyday lives, and ESL classes help newcomers to English embark on the next step of their linguistic lives.