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We believe in the power of inspired young people

Y Schools Queensland

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Safeguarding Children

We take our responsibility for keeping children and young people safe very seriously.

Partner With YMCA Outside School Hours Care

We combine our best practice & experience in Outside School Hours Care with your school and community's unique environment to develop tailored programs that are considered, engaging and fun.

YMCA Camping

YMCA Camping offers 30+ adventure activities that can be tailored to meet your school camp outcomes.

Our Services

We provide opportunities for children, young people and the community to grow in body, mind and spirit.

YMCA Queensland

We believe in the power of inspired young people

The Y Queensland is a not-for-profit organisation with leading services in childcare, fitness, camping, education, hospitality, youth, recreation and community programs.

As the largest global youth movement, reaching almost 65 million people in 120 countries, the Y has a shared purpose of empowering young people. We have been working in local communities across Australia since 1854 and in Brisbane, Queensland from 1864.

The services we provide help fund our Social Impact initiatives across South East Queensland, including Schools’ Breakfast Program, Vocational Schools, Cancer Survivors Program, Community Centres, Affordable Housing, Youth Mentoring and more. We also provide facilities and programs for marginalised and disadvantaged young people in need of help as well as providing affordable accommodation for people who have been without a home.

Every Year We Support 12,000+ Queenslanders
We aim to make a real difference by providing people with a real opportunity to reach their full potential.

attend our Vocational Schools each year

140 Mentoring Hours Per Week
Providing transformative experiences for volunteers and students

7,000,000+ BREAKFASTS
provided via our Schools' Breakfasts Program

Safeguarding Children and Young People

The safety and protection of children and young people is paramount. We are committed to safeguarding children and young people through stringent recruitment processes, child safe practices, training, support and staff development.

Acknowledgment of Country

YMCA Queensland acknowledges and pays respect to the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and operate – the Jagera, Turrbul, Gubbi Gubbi, Waka Waka, Quandamooka, Yugambeh and Gureng Gureng peoples. We pay our respect to Elders, past, present and emerging, and celebrate their continuing connection to land, community and culture - Artwork by Chad Briggs, an Indigenous artist born in Brisbane, Queensland.