Alliance of New York State YMCAs: Comprised of 45 independent Ys and more than 120 YMCA branches across the empire state. Making up an extraordinary group of dedicated nonprofits working together to strengthen the communities of NY.

Boys & Girls Club of Newark: Provides opportunities for the youth of Newark, New Jersey to experience the joys of Frost Valley summer camp.

La Casa De Don Pedro:  A community development corporation offering comprehensive social services to Newark and surrounding areas, with particular expertise in serving the Latino community.

Catskill Watershed Corporation: They fund educational grants for schools and other educational groups located in NYC and the NYC watershed system. They fund 5-10 schools and groups to come to Frost Valley each year to learn about the Watershed and their place in it. 

Chartwells: An educational dining service partnering with Frost Valley to promote the goal of providing tasty, wholesome food for every camper and guest.

Eastern & Western Suffolk and Nassau County Boces: Provide shared educational programs and services to school districts within the state, including partnering with Frost Valley to bring environmental education programs to a variety of school districts.

New Jersey Partnership for Healthy Kids: A statewide program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation with technical assistance and direction provided by the New Jersey YMCA State Alliance. The goal of this program is to convene, connect, and empower community partnerships across the state to implement environmental and policy changing strategies that prevent childhood obesity. 

New Jersey YMCA State Alliance: Comprised of dozens of corporate YMCA associations and nearly 80 branches from across the garden state. New Jersey YMCAs work together to strengthen the foundations of community to better serve the people of New Jersey.

Partnering Community Centers (PCCI): Bridges communities and builds relationships through educational and cultural enrichment for children in the Greater Newark Area.

Prep for Prep: An independent school educating leaders and preparing them for the future with a clear sense of social responsibility. 

Ruth Gottscho Kidney Foundation: Brings children with chronic kidney disease to Frost Valley where they attend summer camp alongside the main camp community while receiving unparalleled medical attention from our on-site, world-class healthcare team.

Tokyo YMCA: Invites Japanese families on temporary work transfer in the United States to join together for language and cultural immersion programs at Frost Valley YMCA.

USAImmersion: A not-for-profit organization offering fellowships to attend Frost Valley YMCA Day Camp for free to those families interested in participating in their international cultural immersion program.

Watershed Agricultural Council (WAC): Works with farm and forest landowners in the NYC Watershed region by partnering with Frost Valley to run and maintain Frost Valley’s model forest. 

Young Adult Institute: Offers “Mainstreaming at Camp,”an opportunity for young campers with developmental disabilities to join the wider camp community for traditional Frost Valley summer fun.