YMCA of Kauai
YMCA of KAUAI/Kaua’i Ohana YMCA Phone (808) 246-9090
GPS Physical Location: 4477 Nuhou Street, Lihue, Kauai, HI 96766
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1786, Lihue, Kauai, HI 96766

For Camp Naue Campgrounds Phone: (808) 826-6419
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Kauai Ohana YMCA
America's YMCAs commit to extend our charitable heritage by directly engaging children and adults from all segments of our communities in achieving health of spirit, mind and body.
Building strong communities.
About the YMCA

As of 2008, America’s 2,686 YMCAs serve 10,000 U.S. communities uniting 21 million people each year, uniting men, women and children of all ages, races, faiths, backgrounds, abilities and income levels. At the heart of community life across America, mission driven YMCAs are a place to belong and to live the values that guide and unite our members: caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. From cities to suburbs to small towns, YMCAs serve America's children, families and communities by “building healthy spirit, mind and body for all.” Across the country, 67.7 million households and 33.7 million children 14 and under live within three miles of a YMCA. Fifty-eight percent of Ys (1,496) serve communities where the median family income is below the national average.

The YMCA on Kauai

The first YMCA on Kauai was established in 1916 at Eleele. By 1924 there were 516 members participating in 35 groups around the island. Many people still remember the Hi-Y and the Gray Y Group clubs that the Y offered them in their youth.

Today, after 90 years of service to the community, the YMCA of Kauai opened the doors of the "Kauai Ohana YMCA" facility in Puhi on July 1, 2008. The new YMCA is a place for family enrichment; a youth center; childcare facility; sports; swimming and fitness programs for all ages and abilities.

Across the nation, YMCAs are committed to helping:

• Children and youth deepen positive values, their commitment to service and their motivation to learn.
• Families build stronger bonds, spend time together and become more engaged with their communities.
• Individuals strengthen their spiritual, mental and physical well-being.

At every stage of life, YMCAs are there to help children, families and individuals reach their full potential.

We build strong kids, strong families, and a strong community. The YMCA of Kauai is a charitable non-profit organization, qualifying under section 501 (c) (3) of the U.S. tax code. We are:

• Driven by the YMCA Mission.
• Operated in a manner consistent with the values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility.
• Governed by committed, well-trained, well informed volunteers.
• Operated so that programs are accessible and affordable to all sections of the community.
• Managed and led by well-trained, competent, and diverse staff.

Community Programs and Services:

• The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Teen Center
• E Ho'omau Hawaiian Festival
• Camp Naue
• Swimming Lessons
• Annual Youth Run
• Kauai All Girls Rodeo
• YMCA Facility Development
• Roller Hockey
• HSF Surfing Federation
• KSA Ocean Festival
• Save Our Seas Sea School
• Local Surfing Contests
• Hoe Wa's Paddler Club
• North Shore Dance Club
YMCA Mission:
To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.

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