Pullman Community Council on Aging

A Legacy of Caring Since 1973

Join us in supporting Pullman’s seniors in our 1st Annual ‘Night Out’ Fundraiser.


  • Friday, April 26, 6:30-9:00PM
  • Featuring free appetizers, drinks, and a live $1 auction

We are soliciting donations for the dollar auction. Suggested donations include: handmade crafts, a purchased item, offered service, or monetary contributions.

Click on the flyer to the right to download information about the event and donations.

Thanks you for your support.


Celebrating 50 years of making Pullman senior friendly

Pullman Community Council on Aging (PCCoA) is a nonprofit group of citizens and professionals advocating for Pullman’s senior citizens since 1973.

PCCoA’s programs include Pullman Meals on Wheels and Senior Chore Service.  Our publication, ‘Guide to Senior Services for Pullman and Whitman County,’ is available at no charge. The Council meets regularly with our community partners, providing unique opportunities for collaboration within the senior service sector.

Our Mission: Pullman Community Council on Aging improves the quality of life for local seniors through advocacy and action: identifying needs, developing solutions, and connecting resources.

We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and rely on grants and donations for funding. For more information, visit Funding & Donations.

Special COVID-19 Resources for Seniors

Free face masks available through Rural Resources. Call 509-332-0365 to make arrangements.

Meals on Wheels, Senior Chore Service, and other PCCoA activities continue to prioritize the safety and well-being of local seniors in our COVID-19 response, complying with current public health guidance and adapting to the shifting pandemic landscape.

Community Partners & Networks

  • Avalon Care Center
  • Bishop Place Senior Living
  • CenterWell Home Health
  • Center for Civic Engagement, Washington State University (CCE)
  • Circles of Caring Adult Day Services
  • Community Action Center (CAC)
  • Council on Aging & Human Services (CoA&HS)
  • DAWN (Dementia & Alzheimer’s Wellbeing Network)
  • Disability Action Center NW
  • Family Resource Home Center
  • Friends of Hospice
  • Gentiva
  • Gerontology Program, Washington State University
  • Granger Cobb Institute for Senior Living, WSU

Community Partners & Networks

  • Hill-Ray Plaza
  • Palouse Dementia Care
  • Palouse Habitat for Humanity
  • Palouse River Counseling
  • Pullman Regional Hospital
  • Pullman Senior Center
  • Regency – Pullman Retirement & Assisted Living
  • Robville Homes
  • Rural Resources Community Living Connections
  • Sid’s Pharmacy & Long-term Care Pharmacy
  • Washington Trust Bank
  • Whitman County Public Health
  • WSU Neuropsychology & Aging Lab–Cognitive Aging & Dementia Research
  • WSU Gerontology Program
  • Plus many community groups, churches, and businesses which provide volunteers for Meals on Wheels and Senior Chore Service.