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Support the Blue Mountain Action Council Community Service Center!

The building is ours, now it's time for a remodel. Please join us as we create a permanent home!

Our new location will bring stability and convenience for the community at large in the following ways:

     *Central Location

     *Close to partner agencies 

     *Nearby main transit system

     *Establishes equity for next generation of BMAC

     *Stability for operations, clients and staff 

     *Energy Efficient Building


Your support will help with big projects ahead:


     *Open office space with private meeting rooms

     *Energy efficient roof replacement

     *Restructured entrance to increase accessibility

     *New HVAC system with ductless heat pumps

     *Technology equipt community meeting space

 
Together with state funding, we ask for your local support. There is no contribution too small!
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Funding for the 2017-218 School Year Has Been Reached! But...


Any additional donations will be used toward increased nutrition and providing additional meals during long weekends, like President's Day.

Your support has gone a long way in helping us meet our goal of feeding 20% (492 backpacks) of the kids eligible for free and reduced cost meals at the 12 elementary schools in Walla Walla County. 

  • $4 will feed a child for one weekend
  • $160 will feed a child each weekend for one year
  • $1,968 will feed 492 students for one weekend
  • $78,720 will feed 492 students for one year

For more information about our Backpack Bridge Program, click here.

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Donate to BMAC's Annual Fund to support programming that helps low-income people achieve self-sufficiency.

Programs include housing, food, education, employment, legal aid, ombuds, energy assistance, community building, and more.

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BMAC friends, we are excited to share that a newly founded organization is in our midst! Walla Walla Music Organization brings opportunities for creative expression through audio education to Walla Walla's youth. 

What started as a project with the Walla Walla Library is growing...and going mobile. Instructor, Rodney Outlaw will bring his 12-week digital music production course, currently held at the Walla Walla Library's 'CrewSpace', to local middle and high schools. This step forward will include adding additional equipment and enrolling up to 50 students, a jump from his initial class size of 12.

Rodney is dedicated and his motto is: "If you show up, I'm going to teach you. Financial barriers will not be a reason not to learn." 

Rodney's mission is clear, sharing, "This community is rich with talent, yet there are few areas where youth can access the education needed to gain skills in fostering creativity in the setting of a professional music production lab." Through his teaching, Rodney will provide guidance and support students need to be successful in the field of music production, while also unlocking confidence in their abilities and dreams.

View their program brochure here

Why is BMAC involved? Well, we are Walla Walla Music Organization's fiscal sponsor. Meaning, we sponsor and support them until they are ready to establish their own 501c3. All funds raised here will go to Walla Walla Music Organization. 

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8:30am to 5:00pm
Fridays:
8:30am to 4:00pm
CLOSED daily from
12:00pm to 1:00pm




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