YMCA of Greater Brandywine Offers Free Six-Week Reset Challenge to Chester County Community

YMCA of Greater Brandywine Offers Free Six-Week Reset Challenge to Chester County Community

WEST CHESTER, PA — 2020 was hard and has taken a toll on everyone in some way. Members of our community have experienced exhaustion, isolation and in many cases, may just be sick and tired of feeling sick and tired, which is why it’s time to reset.

The YMCA of Greater Brandywine (YGBW), a non-profit organization comprised of eight YMCA branches in Chester County (Brandywine YMCA, Jennersville YMCA, Kennett Area YMCA, Lionville Community YMCA, Octorara YMCA Program Center, Oscar Lasko YMCA & Childcare Center, West Chester Area YMCA, Upper Main Line YMCA) is launching a free six-week Reset Challenge to help everyone grow strong in spirit, mind and body.

Set to begin February 1, the Reset Challenge offers motivation and accountability, inspiring stories and connection to others safely. All are welcome to join the Challenge—YMCA membership is not required to participate. (YGBW Members, however, are eligible for special giveaways and prizes in connection with the Challenge.)

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The YMCA of Greater Brandywine is one of more than 150 YMCA communities across the country who have joined together to offer this challenge. The goal is for everyone to get moving for at least 30 minutes a day five days a week. Reset participants will have the opportunity to experiment with challenges and rhythms designed to open them up to a purpose-driven life.

“Now more than ever before we need to recharge and refocus,” says YMCA of Greater Brandywine President and CEO Denise Day. “The COVID-19 pandemic has worn many people down and isolated us. But we can choose to restart; and at the YMCA, we’re excited to bring our community together through this challenge and set us all up for a year of rebuilding and reconnecting.”

To sign up for the Reset Challenge, visit www.ymcagbw.org/RESET. The challenge begins February 1 and the YMCA will be with you every step of the way.

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