2800 E. Vista Blvd.
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
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Walt Disney World® Resort LBV YMCA Family Center

For more than a decade, the YMCA’s Childhood Development Centers at Walt Disney World® Resort have been providing Disney cast member families with quality, affordable early learning programs; extended-hour child care; and family-strengthening support.

Much more than simple day care, these centers represent the best of what research and common sense tell us kids need: Healthy beginnings; positive interaction with caring adults; age-appropriate learning activities; and plenty of time for fun and making friends. At the Y, helping kids and families thrive is at the heart of our mission to serve.

Click here to go to the Sherberth YMCA location.

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    Primary Care
    Regular care of at least 1 day per week
    Disney Cast availability is Sunday - Saturday, 6 am - 11 pm
    Public availability is Monday - Friday, 4 pm - 11 pm, Saturday and Sunday, 6 am - 11 pm

    Back-up Care
    "Just-in-time" care for 15 days per year
    Disney Cast availability only

    Club Y (School Age Care)
    After school, weekends, school holidays, and summer care

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news and events

2015 Operation Christmas Child Gift-Filled Shoe Box Drive

Wednesday, October 21st, 2015

TIME IS RUNNING OUT!  NOV. 22 IS THE LAST DAY TO DONATE A SMALL GIFT AND MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE IN THE LIFE OF A CHILD For the 19th consecutive year, the YMCA of Central Florida has joined forces with the Samaritan’s Purse in support of Operation Christmas Child, an annual gift-filled shoe box drive for children in need. Operation Christmas Child is the world’s largest Christmas project of its kind, collecting and delivering more than 113 million gift-filled shoe boxes to children

Work Without Worry. Reduce Holiday Stress  

Thursday, November 19th, 2015

Talk about stressful. The average American spends 42 hours on holiday activities ─ adding the equivalent of a full week of work on top of already busy schedules. Not surprisingly, research shows that women feel more holiday stress than men ─ and parents, in general, feel more pressure than others. Kids react, too, when their normal routines are disrupted. With that in mind, here are a few tips from the Y to keep the Grinch at bay: Work Without Worry Let us take care of the kids while