Building a Stronger Community

The Attleboro Y is a cause-driven organization focused on youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. We are passionate about helping our neighbors lead healthier lives, offering our youth the support they need to thrive, and fostering a sense of connection and respect throughout our community. Thanks to members, donors, volunteers, and friends like you, we’re able to achieve our mission each and every day.

Upcoming Programs

Summer programs

Summer programs

The Y offers a wide variety of programs to keep you moving throughout the summer! Summer I programs are now underway. Registration is open for Summer II programs, which kickoff the week of July 28th.


Rooftop Party

Rooftop Party

Kick off the City of Attleboro’s 100 Year Celebration weekend with a festive night atop the Y on Friday, September 5th! Enjoy panoramic views of our 100-year-old city along with live music, silent auction, beer and wine, fabulous food, and great friends.


Membership for All

Membership for All

The Attleboro YMCA is committed to helping all members of our community live healthier lives in spirit, mind, and body. To ensure that our programs and services are accessible to everyone, the YMCA developed the “Membership for All” program.


Child Care Programs

Child Care Programs

Here at the Y, we love the way kids tick. From preschool through the school-age years, the Y’s Child Care Programs offer children a supportive and encouraging environment as they make new discoveries, develop friendships, build self-confidence, and have fun.


My Y Story

  • "From the first day I came to the Y and played basketball and met new friends, I knew that from that day on, the YMCA..."

  • "When my older son was deployed overseas, we were invited to a BBQ for family members of his unit at the Attleboro Y’s Pleasant..."

  • "I first started gymnastics at the Y two years ago. Miss Amanda is an awesome coach and I love taking gymnastics camp with her in the summer, too..."

  • "I became a Y member when my parents moved our family of five kids to Attleboro from Cranston, Rhode Island. My father, Otto Gigone, had accepted..."

  • "I first started coming to the Pleasant Street Branch in 1991 when it was still the TI Rec Center. At some point, I got into running and then Chris..."