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YMCA of Indiana County


Organizational Information

Parent Organization

YMCA of the USA

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization

To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.

History of Organization

For over 100 years, the YMCA of Indiana County has been a vital part of community life in Indiana. The concept of a center for community activity began when a group of Indiana residents met at the old courthouse in downtown Indiana to discuss building a YMCA. The official incorporation was approved in 1911 and a fund raising campaign was launched to pay for the construction of a new building. Within a year, the funds were raised, land in downtown Indiana was purchased, and construction began. The YMCA was completed in 1912 and formally dedicated in November 1913. Since opening the doors of its first building in 1913, the YMCA has put Christian principles into practice through programs, facilities, and services that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. The Y builds strong kids, strong families, and strong communities. The YMCA of Indiana County received its National Charter in 1971 and, in that same year, completed a campaign to construct a permanent facility at its current site on 14 acres of land in White Township. The current YMCA of Indiana County site was opened in 1973 with a swimming pool and locker rooms. Since its opening, the site has been renovated and expanded a number of times to include a recreation center, large wellness center, exercise studio, cycling studio, gymnasium, tumbling room, childwatch, conference room, Miracle Field, 4 ball fields, 2 sand volleyball courts, a half mile walking track and 3 picnic pavilions. In 1996 the YMCA started providing daily operational leadership to Mack Park Swimming Pool. In 2013 the YMCA set up a DBA for the Miracle League of Indiana County and in 2015 had our first Miracle League of Indiana County baseball game. This program provides people with different special needs an opportunity to play baseball. In 2018 the YMCA set up a DBA for the Positive Coaching Coalition of Indiana County (PCCIC). The purpose of this program is to help the coaches of young people in our community become more intentional leaders of our youth. With a coal of teaching our children to be winners on the field and winners in life, this double goal approach follows a program set up by the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA).


YMCA of the USA, Miracle League of Indiana County Positive Coaching Coalition of Indiana County

Legal Structure

Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources

The YMCA is a 501c3 not-for profit organization that generates its revenues through membership and program fees. In addition, the YMCA conducts an Annual Fundraising campaign and special events to raise funds to support the Annual Fund campaign to provide financial assistance to children and families who are unable to afford the programs and services the YMCA has to offer. The YMCA does not receive financial support from local, state or federal government sources. Occasionally the YMCA applies for and receives grant funding for specific programs and projects.

Contact Information

Key Leader(s)

Eric Neal -  Chief Executive Officer
Kelsey Krynock -  Associate Executive Director

Contact Person(s)

Stephanie Brady - Director of Youth, Family and Educational Programs
Kelsey Krynock - Director of Development and Communications
Audrey Shaffer - Director of Business Services

Contact Number(s)

724-463-9622 - Main Telephone Line

Contact Email(s) - Chief Executive Officer - Director of Development

Web Addresses - Mircale League of Indiana County

Primary Address

YMCA of Indiana County
60 North Ben Franklin Road
Indiana, PA, 15701

Service Information

Service Area

Indiana County

Service Description

Programs: Individual and Group Fitness programs (aerobics, Zumba, Yoga, Step Aerobics, etc..), Individual and Group Swimming Lessons, Swim Team, Water Exercise Programs, Youth Sports Instruction, Youth Sports Leagues, Summer Day Camp, Adult Sports Leagues, Mack Park Swimming Pool, Free Childwatch services while you exercise.

Facilities: 6 Lane Heated Swimming Pool, 3 Fitness Centers, Full Size Gymnasium, Group Exercise Studio, Mens/Womens Locker Rooms, Dedicated Childwatch Center, Conference Room, Sauna, Steam Room, 4 Ball Fields, 2 Sand Volleyball Courts, 1/2 Mile Walking Track, Picnic Pavilion, Lots of FREE parking


Aquatics Swimming Lessons Sports Fitness Health and Wellness Basketball Soccer Lacrosse Miracle League Teens Youth Development Fundraising Volunteers Youth Gym Summer Camp

Available Hours

Monday through Thursday 5:20 am - 9:30 pm; Friday 5:20 am - 8:00 pm; Saturday 7:15 am - 6:00 pm; Sunday 11:30 am- 4:00 pm

Fees/Cost for Services

Scholarships are available for membership and programs based on financial need. No one will be turned away due to inability to pay at the YMCA of Indiana County.

Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available


Volunteer Use


Volunteer Need


Volunteer Description

• Join the Board of Directors and/or get involved with a committee • Raise funds to ensure the Y is accessible to all members of the community • Coach our sports teams and teach many of our classes • Become a Big Mentor in our Big Hearts Little Hands Mentoring Program to motivate and mentor youth in building the skills and relationships that lead to positive behaviors and better health • Extend a hand to help members who want to live healthier lives • Advocate for the Y’s efforts to influences policies and initiatives that positively impact societal issues of importance to the nation, and your community • Become a volunteer for our Miracle League of Indiana County baseball program