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About Us

Welcome to our Y Service website. Here you will find valuable information about our Hawaii Region, US Area and International Y Service Clubs. You will especially learn about the exciting and dynamic activities of our Region’s programs and services. If you are a Y Service Member visiting our site or islands, please leave us an email message. We would love to hear from you. From all the members of the Hawaii Region Y Service Clubs, we say Mahalo nui loa… thank you very much for visiting us.

Phil Sammer, Regional Director Hawaii, 2018-2020

Our Purpose

To be a worldwide fellowship of men and women of all faiths working together in mutual respect and affection, based on the teachings of Jesus Christ, and with a common loyalty to the Young Men’s Christian Association, striving through active service to develop, encourage and provide leadership to build a better world for all mankind.

Our Mission

The Hawaii Region Y Service Clubs (Y’s Men & Women’s Clubs), in partnership with the YMCA, shall provide leadership initiatives that contribute to stronger individuals, clubs, communities and a better world.

Latest News

Talk Story with Bryson Hiro

Hilo Y’s Men and Women’s Club first “Talk Story” guest speaker was Bryson Hiro who started Hiro’s Cookies LLC. He’s a new member of the Hilo Club and shared 2 dozen of his local “onolious’ rainbow flavored cookies! After his presentation the club played Bingo and had good fellowship time making ‘service’ fun.

2022 International Convention

Registration is now open for the Y’s Men International 100-year Anniversary Celebration event!
Dates: November 15-17, 2022 (Pre- and Post-convention tours are also available.)
Location: Grand Hyatt Hotel in Taipei, Taiwan
Click here for more details and registration: http://ymi-100.org/

Star Advocate Award

Congratulations to Wendy Botelho, the Island of Hawai’i YMCA CEO and Hilo Y’s Men and Women’s Club member, for winning the 2022 Star Advocate for the State of Hawaii at the Hawaii State Coalition Against Domestic Violence annual conference. The Coalition shared that this is the first time ever that a neighbor-island nominee has been given the Star Advocate award.

The Coalition was impressed by Wendy’s accomplishments, shared a video at the conference about her achievements and Her goal of helping one survivor at a time. Highlights included the Youth Program, Fitness Classes and the Family Visitation Center. They also recognized her accomplishments of overcoming challenges that the YMCA has faced in FY 2021-2022.

Wendy believes the YMCA is a place for survivors to begin their healing process of feeling normal and safe.

Alf Reynolds Award

Atherton, Central, East Kauai, Hilo, Kaimuki, Kalihi, Nu’uanu, West Oahu, and Windward were awarded for their annual contribution to the Brotherhood Fund for 2019-2020 and 2020-2021.The Brotherhood Fund helps to promote fellowship amongst club members of different regions and areas around the world.

The Brotherhood Fund will undergo a name change in 2022 and be renamed Building Fellowship.  Grants for club members will include Cultural Exchange Grants and International Convention Grants.  For more information about the Building Fellowship program, click here: https://www.ysmen.org/our-work/programmes/building-fellowship/

College Camp Work Project

Atherton Y Service Club did a project together with Atherton Y’s College Camp, hosted by Protect and Preserve Hawaii. The College Camp students learned about plants and connected with the ‘aina (land) by removing invasive Guinea grass and planting four different types of native Hawaiian species.

Atherton Y’s College Camp is a week-long leadership and college access experience for Hawaii`s high school students from underserved communities. Protect and Preserve Hawaii is a non-profit started by one man who purchased 330 acres of conservation land.

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