About our volunteer opportunities:


We wouldn’t make the impact that we do without generous donors and caring volunteers! Just think of how much more we can do with more hands, more smiles, and more people like you—people who care about their communities and are willing to roll up their sleeves to make a difference!


The process of becoming a volunteer is simple: you can choose the events and the commitment level. We welcome you all—families, retirees, unemployed, students, and recent grads! Find purpose in our Cause and build your resume by helping your community and honing professional skills, insight, and expertise!


All volunteer hours will be logged for community service credit and letters of recommendation and references will be provided upon request.  


Register to Volunteer online, by phone, or at the Y! Contact our Membership Director at 724-891-8439 or email to with questions.



Our IMPACT is made possible with the help of generous donors and volunteers:

  • Charitable contributions given through our Annual Support Campaign provides over $100,000 in membership subsidies to families in Beaver County.

  • Food donations help to feed at-risk youth warm meals through our year round Feeding Programs located throughout the county.

  • Volunteers Special Event Helpers ensure our FREE Community Events for families and youth run safely & smoothly.

Current Special Event Volunteer Opportunities

Youth Supper:

The 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month, 6:30-8:00 P.M. at the Beaver County YMCA. Set up as early as 5:30 P.M. Assist with Meal prep, set up, serving, supervision and clean up. Volunteers are welcome at the Year Round AT-Risk Food Service feeding sites as well.


Monthly Family Events:

Assist with Set Up, Stations, Crafts, Serving Snacks, and Clean up. See Current Program Guide for our current schedule.


New Year’s Eve 5k:

Assist with Set Up, Running the Event, and Clean Up. This event is new this year replacing the Santa 5k.


Christmas of Giving:

Annual celebration where the YMCA supports Beaver County families in need.