• Meeting with Ambassador, Lutheran World Relief

  • Met Mr. Colin Williams, Great-grandson of Sir George Williams

  • Felicitating Mr. Arvind Kejriwal, Chief-Minister of Delhi

  • Springfield College International Youth Exchange

  • International Coalition Meeting of YMCA Universities

  • KT Paul Memorial Block - Plaque unveiled

Welcome to YMCA India

The YMCA Movement originally began in post-Industrial England of 19th century in London in the drapery establishment of M/s Hitchcock and Rodgers in which a young apprentice of 21, George Williams, took the initiative in organizing Bible classes in his bedroom in the nature of a mutual edification of the society which brought in a cohesive group of 12 of his co-workers from equal number of denominations of the christian church to form the Young Men’s Christian Association on June 6, 1844. The National Council of YMCAs of India was formed in Madras on February 21, 1891 through the initiative of David McConaughy. The headquarters shifted to Calcutta in May, 1902. In 1964 it shifted to New Delhi, its present location.

Get-together with Delhi Minorities Commission

The NCYI hosted a get-together of the Minority Commission of NCT of Delhi inaugurated by Mr. Arvind Kejriwal, Chief-Minister of Delhi as Chief-guest where NGS felicitated him on his elevation to the Chief Ministership.

Meeting at AFPRO

Met the Director Lutheran World Relief, Ambassador Daniel Speckhard (rt.) and India Coordinator, Ms. Rakhi Bhattacharya along with Dr. DK Manavalan, Director, AFPRO. Discussed possibilities of partnership with LWR.