BE A HERO!
From June 3-9, the YMCA of Oakville is excited to host Megathon, our annual “mega” week of activities to raise funds for the YMCA Strong Kids campaign! Megathon will inspire everyone in our community to unleash their inner superhero and raise funds for YMCA Strong Kids Campaign to help more children and families in our community benefit from a YMCA experience!
Our goal this year is to raise $75,000.00
How you can help
Kick it for kids in need!
On Saturday, June 3 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. the Oakville Taekwondo Club will be hosting their 12th annual Kick-a-thon. Participants can also enjoy a BBQ, rock climbing, bouncy castle and break-a-board – plus there will be individual and team prizes to be won!
You can easily:
- Register and setup your own fundraising page
- Sponsor a participant or team
- Donate to the YMCA of Oakville
- Share your story on social media
Make your own Mega Moves!
New this year to Megathon is the Mega Moves Challenge! On Tuesday June 6 from 9-10:30 am and 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. join us for a 4 stage circuit fit of boxing, cycling, HIIT, and Bar Blast. Limited space is available so register today at Membership Services. Minimum donation $25. Challenge your friends!
Child Care Centres
Our child care centres are having fun raising funds for Megathon. Help them meet their goals!
To thank you for being a REAL hero, we’ll reward you!
|$10||YMCA Family Day Pass|
|$25||Enter to win a six-month child and youth membership*
Includes swim lessons, sport programs, rock climbing, martial arts and more… a value of over $250!
|$50||Enter to win the Family Active Prize Pack*
Includes a $100 movie gift card ($150 value)
|$100||Enter to win the Golf Camp Prize Pack* ($295 value)|
|$250||Enter to win the Super Strength Prize Pack*
Includes a FitBit Charge, personal training session and body composition analysis! ($300 value)
At the YMCA, we believe that every child should have a high quality child care experience, be able to go to summer camp, learn to swim, play sports and develop leadership skills. And that every child should have a place where they form friendships, gain confidence — and belong. But not every family can afford to provide these things for their children. Every day these families rely on us for support.