Oxford YMCA

Corporate

woman-weight-lossImprove productivity, reduce absenteeism and lower health care costs with a YMCA Corporate Membership

YMCA Corporate Memberships help you protect your business’ most valuable assets: your people. Make the move that has proven to lower health care costs, improve productivity and reduce absenteeism. Partner with the YMCA and help your employees achieve a healthier lifestyle.

Your company may choose to pay part of membership and allow remainder to be paid by employee, or you may choose to be responsible for all payments to the YMCA for the employee’s membership. Either way, the joining fee is waived for companies adding 5+ employee members. Through our 8 facilities in the Mid-South area, your employees will enjoy easy access to a full range of health and wellness programs, state-of-the-art fitness facilities and a wide variety of volunteer and networking opportunities.

As an employer, a YMCA Corporate Membership plan can help you:

  • Contain health care costs
  • Increase workplace productivity
  • Increase workplace morale
  • Decrease employee turnover
  • Decrease absenteeism
  • Increase recruitment potential

Read more about the benefits of an employee health program by downloading our corporate membership brochure.

To learn more about becoming a YMCA Corporate Health Partner, please contact: 
Cleo Griffin, Corporate Relationship Director
901.766.7677 ext. 116
cgriffin@ymcamemphis.org

Why your employees and our community need the YMCA

According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, for every 100 employees in this country:

  • 27 have cardiovascular disease
  • 24 have high blood pressure
  • 50 have high cholesterol
  • 26 are at least 20% overweight
  • 59 do not get adequate exercise
  • 21 smoke

Memphis has been categorized as #1 for all the wrong reasons

  • #1 in level of obesity
  • #1 in sedentary lifestyle
  • 1 in 10 Memphians has diabetes

And more than 3.8 million Tennesseans have one or more chronic diseases. But the scariest statistic is this… the children of today represent the first generation with a projected life expectancy that is less than their parents.

Reverse these negative trends! Partner with the YMCA for a healthier community!