Community Action Center COVID19 Operations Update September 1, 2020 Public & walk-up access is limited, but CAC remains an essential service Community Action Center is an essential service provider of food, shelter, and social services under the Governor’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, and we do continue to provide needed services and resources in Whitman [...]
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Small Business Grants Open for Application from Community Action Center and Whitman County! Apply for COVID-19 Microenterprise assistance grants for up to $5,000 each Funds are available on a limited basis, and applicants are not guaranteed assistance. Over $80,000 has been made available for these grants through a Whitman County Community Development Block Grant and [...]
We have about 12,000 cloth masks to give away! Just stop into our lobby ask our receptionist for a mask, up to 2 masks per person. Thanks to the provision of masks from Whitman County Emergency Management, Community Action Center (CAC) will be handing out free masks from its offices in Pullman, especially for individuals [...]
The Importance of Census 2020 for Our Community We at the Community Action Center (CAC) hope you are staying safe and well during these uncertain times of COVID-19. Our CAC staff members are ready to assist community members on all weekdays (closed for lunch 12-1 PM) in Pullman. Phone 509-334-9147 or email email@example.com as the [...]
Community Action Center believes in and supports the protests of the Black Lives Matter movement. We believe that until Black lives matter to everyone, we cannot glibly say “all lives matter” in response. We need to be intentionally rooting out the bias in ourselves so we can wholeheartedly support Black Lives Matter. Where racism lives, [...]
Community Action Center COVID19 Operations Update March 24, 2020 CAC remains open as an essential service Community Action Center is an essential service provider of food, shelter, and social services under the Governor’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order on March 23, 2020. As of today, our CAC lobby remains open, while we have closed [...]
New Food Bank Hours, curbside pickup at Community Food Bank: Wednesday 11 AM- 1 PM, Thursday 2-4 PM If your household needs food assistance, come to the Community Action Center starting 11:00AM on Wednesday or 2:00PM on Thursday, 350 SE Fairmont Road in Pullman. We will run this curbside assistance 11 AM to 1 PM [...]
Zoning in Pullman affects housing policy and progress An important Palouse Regional Housing Assessment was completed by Thomas P. Miller & Associates (TPMA) in September 2019. The full report can be downloaded from the Partnership for Economic Prosperity’s (PEP) website here. One of the key strategies includes the creation of a Palouse Regional [...]
Mark your calendars! December 3 is #GivingTuesday. How will you give? Stay tuned for how you can make a difference this #GivingTuesday!
Chef's Challenge Raises Funds for Community Food! Chef Scott Franke from WSU Dining Services won the “Golden Spatula” on March 10th during an intense Chef’s Challenge competition, which raised nearly $10,000 for Community Action Center’s Community Food. Franke competed against defending champion Lee Wilkins of Greek House Chefs and Jenny Finau of Dough Re Mi. “There [...]