In the spirit of this season of gratitude and generosity, the YMCA of Central Florida is welcoming all neighbors across the Central Florida community with free, unlimited access to its 18-area Family Centers through Dec. 15. 

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The YMCA of Central Florida is offering up another reason to celebrate this season, announcing complimentary access to all 18-area YMCA Family Centers across six counties through Dec. 15. Central Florida residents can simply visit ymcacf.org/open-house to sign up and receive unlimited, free Y access.

During the holiday season, the Y wants to encourage its neighbors to take some time from the hustle and bustle to invest in their health. From taking a moment to breathe in a calming yoga class to enjoying a group exercise class together with loved ones, the Y has all the ways to get healthy, all in one place, for all ages and abilities. 

“At the Y, our mission is to improve the lives of everyone in our community and so we wanted to take the opportunity during this special time of year to share a gift that can help our neighbors become stronger, healthier and happier,” said Dan Saginario, Vice President of Brand & Cause Advocacy at the YMCA of Central Florida.

For those who choose to extend their Y access and get a jumpstart on creating healthy habits for 2019, the Y will also offer its best value of 2018 with $0 Join Fee and $1 for the first month to those who become members before December 15. 

To find your local Y and redeem free, unlimited Y access, please visit ymcacf.org/open-house.

ABOUT THE YMCA OF CENTRAL FLORIDA

The YMCA of Central Florida is one of the area’s largest nonprofits, serving more than 415,000 Central Floridians per year through a focus on Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility. With a Christian-based mission to improve lives and communities, it operates 22 YMCA locations across Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Brevard, Lake and Marion counties. This mission is expanded beyond the four walls of the Y through community-based programs to combat chronic disease, boost children’s after-school safety and learning, and strengthen fragile neighborhoods.