Tampa YMCA FAQs
Review frequently asked questions about membership and our organization.
The Tampa Y offers several membership types for individuals, families, youth, young adults, seniors and everyone in between. Choose a membership that’s right for you!
- Two Person Household
- Individual age 20 - 29
- Individual age 30+
- Senior Couple
- Senior age 62+
- Teen age 13 - 19
The following benefits are included with Tampa Y memberships:
- You and your family receive reduced rates on all YMCA programs
- Wellness Orientation to start your Y journey
- Childcare while you exercise
- Unlimited group classes and cycling
- Special member events and small groups, weekly family activities, and exciting programming for kids and teens
- Priority registration and reduced fees on many programs
As a nonprofit charitable organization, the Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA strives to make membership and programs accessible to everyone, regardless of their financial circumstances. To apply for financial assistance, bring copy of your most recent tax return; we will refer to line #4 on the 1040EZ, line #22 on the 1040 long form, or Schedule C if you’re self-employed or non-filing letter when you come to join the YMCA. Please contact your local Y if you have questions about the approval process.
Our Annual Giving Campaign raises funds to help provide financial assistance for membership and program fees. If you would like to make a gift to support the campaign, a specific location, or a program like summer camp, please visit our online donor center.
With your Tampa YMCA membership, you may also visit YMCAs in Lakeland, Sarasota, Bradenton, Pinellas and Polk counties at no cost to you. Additionally, as a Tampa YMCA member, you have access to YMCAs across the US with the YMCA Nationwide Membership program.
The Tampa YMCA will issue one, one-day guest pass to any person each year to try our YMCA facilities & programs. Simply visit your local Y for a tour and ask for a guest pass or request a guest pass. All guests must present a picture ID.
Some centers may restrict days and times for guest access based on availability and peak hours of utilization by members. Please contact the location you plan to visit for more details. A parent or guardian must sign for guests under 18 years old.
Local guests may take advantage of one free visit per year.
If your membership has been inactive for more than 60 days, you must pay the joining fee to renew your membership. If you are a YMCA member at any other association than Tampa, you can provide your Tampa Y with a letter on your current association’s stationary. The letter needs to state you paid their YMCA association or location a joining fee (and the amount paid) in order to receive a credit toward the Tampa Metro YMCA joining fee (for the amount previously paid).
Your membership is very important to us, and we want to handle each membership cancellation with the attention it deserves. You may terminate your membership at any time with written 30-day notice. This must be done in person by providing a signed request for cancellation form. Note: the Tampa YMCA will not accept phone calls for cancellation.
The EIN for the Tampa Metro YMCA is 59-1742909. There is one tax id for our entire organization.