Pullman Community Council on Aging is a federally certified 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. We rely on non-governmental grants, as well as contributions from local businesses, agencies, and individuals across the region to continue our vital programs. As a not-for-profit organization, donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law. All donations are used locally.
Thank you to recent financial supporters
- Catholic Daughters of America: 2022
- Innovia COVID-19 Community Response Grant
- Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation
- Pickard Orthodontics: 2022
- Pullman Child Welfare: 2022
- Regency Pullman: 2022
- Safeway-Albertsons Nourishing Neighbors Grant
- Simpson Methodist’s United Methodist Women: 2022
- The Steffens Foundation / Mary Schweitzer: 2022
- Washington Trust Bank: 2022
- WSU Sigma Phi Epsilon: 2022, 2021
- Women’s Leadership Guild (Pullman Regional Hospital) Grant
- United Way of Whitman County
Past Supporters & Grants:
- Bayer Fund “America’s Farmers Grow Communities” grant in support of Meals on Wheels – 2019
- Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation community grant in support of Meals on Wheels – 2018
- Women’s Leadership Guild (Pullman Regional Hospital) community grant in support of Senior Chore Service – 2018
- SEL, Inc. community grant in support of updated Guide to Senior Services – 2017
- 501 Commons Pathways organizational assessment program – 2017
- Community Congregational UCC Thrift Shop
- Emmanuel Baptist Church
- Palouse Dementia Care
- Pickard Orthodontics
- Pullman Child Welfare
- Pullman Regional Hospital
- Pullman Presbyterian Church
- Regency-Pullman Retirement & Assisted Living
- United Methodist Women
- And those who support our community through individual donations
Senior Chore Service coordinates volunteer chore help for Pullman seniors, but no fees are charged.
Donations provide administrative support, as well as equipment and supplies used to assist seniors.
Meals on Wheels donations allow us to offer meals to those who may not be able to afford even the low cost of meals. PCCoA has never turned away potential Meals on Wheels clients for inability to pay.
Donations also provide program administrative support, and funds for keeping the program stocked with meal trays, delivery food carriers, and other supplies.
Publishing costs for “Guide to Senior Services for Pullman and Whitman County” are funded by grants and donations. The Guide is distributed free of charge to allow easy access to vital information. It is designed to help seniors and their families identify local community services to support their desire to age in place.
It also includes information about senior housing communities, in-home health and hospice care, home medical equipment, and more.
Join the many existing friends of Pullman Community Council on Aging
Please consider making a financial contribution today, or, if you are unable to do so at this time, find out about volunteering for one of our programs. We and those we serve deeply appreciate your support.
PCCoA is a 501(c)(3) organization. Tax ID number: 91-1275072.
You can donate immediately through PayPal using the link below.
If you’d like to mail your donation, please make check payable to Pullman Community Council on Aging, or PCCoA.
Pullman Community Council on Aging
P.O. Box 1123
Pullman, WA 99163
Your donation deeply touches the lives of those supported through our programs. Thank you for joining us in our mission.