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Well, COVID did it to us again.

 

Thanks to the pandemic, we are cancelling the 2021 in-person Benefit Breakfast for the second year in a row.  But you can still partner with the Community Center to support quality human service programming.  Your tax-deductible, one-time gift, or monthly pledge is especially important as we transition back to “normal” programming as circumstances allow. You can also check with the HR Department at your work to see if your employer will match your gift and double your impact.

 

The Happy Breakfast face above is your link to making a credit card donation or a check can be sent to:

Maple Valley Community Center

22010 SE 248th St.

Maple Valley, WA  98038

 

Thank you for your support!

COVID-19 update 9/26/2020

The Community Center continues to operate during these challenging times. While we may look a little different in how we're doing things now, we are still offering the following programs and activities:

Senior Lunch Program on a drive thru and limited delivery basis

Youth Council

SHIBA consultations via telephone

Meals on Wheels

Senior Bingo via ZOOM

Senior Yoga via ZOOM

DateWise Peer Educator Training

Footcare

Resource Navigating

Medical Equipment Lending Closet

Low income pet food distribution

AA Meetings

We anxiously wait for the time when we can open and welcome back Toddler Time, Homeschooler, Foster Champs and so many more. Please don't hesitate to give us a call with any questions. 

Thank you for your patience.

what's for lunch?

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what's for lunch?

Monday 5/3

Granny's Chicken

w/Mashed Potatoes

Wednesday 5/5

Shredded Beef Verde

w/Rice & Beans

Friday 5/7

Pulled Pork

w/Mac & Cheese

*Menu may change based on availability of supplies

SENIOR

CONGREGATE LUNCH

MON/WED/FRI

PROMPTLY AT NOON

GMVCC SERVED 5.406 MEALS TO

LOCAL SENIORS LAST YEAR!

we provide the most extensive array of human services available in our community

Last year we worked with over 35 partner groups to provide more than 40,000 hours of direct service to toddlers, teens, seniors, and families.

We provided over $240,000 in scholarship assistance to individuals and community groups that use our facility.