Miriam loves the Y and never wants to leave. The financial assistance the Y has provided has been a lifesaver for our family.
The Y has changed my life in more ways than I could have imagined. I have somewhere to go and something meaningful to do. I love being a part of the Y.
Patrick is autistic and most structured programming ends after high school. Then Patrick’s mom saw a flyer about the new Dragonfly Program.
Now I am happy to say that I am a contributor to the very financial assistance program that was there for me when I needed the help.
The family enjoyed the Y so much, I started volunteering as a coach. When the time was right, I joined the Y staff. To me, the Y is family.
The Y has been such an integral part of my life. I am proud to be a Board Member.
Kudos to the staff because without them, I could not have recuperated so well.
The Y has always been instrumental in helping me stay healthy. Now that I have gotten older, much older, the Y helps me keep what I have left in good condition.
I value the friendships that I have made and continue to make at the Y. The Y and the programs they offer have made the Westfield community a better place to live.
It’s a special, welcoming place, where the compassionate and caring staff, volunteers, donors, and wonderfully diverse membership all understand and appreciate the Y’s role in strengthening children, families and the community.