Census 2020 in Whitman County

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 cac@cacwhitman.org as the [...]

Census 2020 in Whitman County2020-06-09T16:57:36-07:00

Community Action Center Update

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 [...]

Community Action Center Update2020-04-14T09:13:18-07:00

Community Action Center Update

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 [...]

Community Action Center Update2020-04-07T12:52:13-07:00

Please take the Community Needs Assessment survey!

The web-based Community Needs Assessment is open for responses! We need to hear from YOU here: www.opinion.wsu.edu/whitman From healthcare to counseling services, libraries to public transportation, there are many services available to residents of Whitman County offered by a host of agencies. In a cooperative effort, over 20 Whitman County agencies are working [...]

Please take the Community Needs Assessment survey!2018-10-08T11:25:51-07:00

Needs Assessment 2018

We want to hear from you! If you received an invitation to complete a survey for Whitman County needs, pictured below, you are part of a unique group of random residents selected to give your thoughts and opinions about life in your community and in Whitman County! If you have already completed your survey, [...]

Needs Assessment 20182018-08-07T14:40:54-07:00

Mayor Johnson makes Connections

Department of Commerce Director Brian Bonlender (l) with Pullman Mayor & CAC Vice Chair Glenn Johnson Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson, Community Action Center's Board Vice Chair this year, made some connections with Washington State officials, including the Governor and Director of Department of Commerce, Brian Bonlender (left in photo), on June 13th in [...]

Mayor Johnson makes Connections2018-06-14T12:46:02-07:00

“Welcome” the New Neighbor on Davis Way

After signing a Property Use Agreement back in 2012, allowing the City of Pullman to build a highway "wayside" on a small portion of Community Action Center's Davis Way property, Executive Director Jeff Guyett (in picture at right) joined Paul Kimmell (second from right) and community members and leaders on May 16th at the site [...]

“Welcome” the New Neighbor on Davis Way2018-05-16T12:48:11-07:00

2017 Report to the Community

Community Action Report Shows Impact in Community Food and Big Plans for Affordable Housing In the Community Action Center 2017 Report to the Community, you will see: How Whitman County is joining the work to build up food security across the county through the Whitman County Food Coalition Over $1.5 million go out to residential [...]

2017 Report to the Community2018-05-10T09:18:19-07:00

Chef Lee Wilkins wins Chef’s Challenge

Chef's Challenge a Success! Chef Lee Wilkins competed against two other local chefs on Sunday, March 25, creating an appetizer and an entree from ingredients commonly found at the Community Food Bank, including a mystery basket that featured tilapia and canned ground pork. Returning competitor Chef Will Wohlfeil of South Fork and Chef Howard Campbell of [...]

Chef Lee Wilkins wins Chef’s Challenge2018-04-01T17:19:09-07:00
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