Walla Walla Valley Nonprofit Directory (Responses)
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Organization's nameAddressEmail addressPhone numberExecutive Director
Executive Director's email address
Board ChairBoard Chair's email addressMission StatementWhich cities does your organization serve in?Which category best describes the mission of your nonprofit? (categories used by Guidestar.org)Which languages does your organization serve?If you have volunteer opportunities, please share a link or contact information find out more. Website
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ArtWallaPO Box 2192 Walla Walla, WA 99362tricia.harding@artwalla.com503-519-3812Patty Gardnerpatty.gardner@artwalla.comArtWalla's mission is to support and strengthen the Arts as an integral part of daily life, education and economic development in the Walla Walla Valley.Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Waitsburg, WA, Prescott, WA, Milton-Freewater, ORArts, Culture and Humanities (historical societies, performing arts, etc)Englishpatty.gardner@artwalla.comwww.artwalla.com
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Blue Mountain Action Council1520 Kelly Place #140bmac@bmacww.org509-529-4980Kathy Coveykathyc@bmacww.orgKeith Farringtonfarrinmk@whitman.eduTo cultivate innovative services, in partnership with our community, to empower low-income people to meet their vital needs and achieve self-sufficiencyWalla Walla, College Place, Burbank, Waitsburg, Touchet, Dayton, Pomeroy, WAHuman Services (basic needs providers, such as advocates for children, housing the homeless), Housing, Food Distribution, Employment & Training, Long-Term Care Ombuds, Literacy, SSVF, Pro-Bono Legal services, Weatherization, Minor Home Repair, Energy Assistance, AmeriCorpsEnglish, SpanishVolunteers for the Ombuds Program, Food Distribution, Literacy should contact Tracy Parmer (tracyp@bmacww.org) bmacww.org
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Blue Mountain Heart to Heart1520 Kelly Place, Suite 120e.maroon@bmh2h.org509-529-4744Everett Maroon e.maroon@bmh2h.orgJason Pribilskypribiljc@whitman.eduBlue Mountain Heart to Heart works to promote public health and increase wellness among our community members with advocacy, education, harm reduction, and support for individuals across a spectrum of chronic conditions, with a special emphasis on HIV prevention and care.Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WA, Milton-Freewater, OR, Tri-Cities, Asotin CountyHealth (well-being for body or mind, including substance abuse services, counseling, hospitals), Human Services (basic needs providers, such as advocates for children, housing the homeless)English, Spanish
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Blue Mountain Heritage SocietyPO Box 163 Dayton, WA 99328bluemountainheritage@gmail.com509-540-9560Paula Moisioprmoisio@gmail.comPreserving the History of SE WashingtonDayton, WAEducation and Research (promote learning and intellectual development for all ages), Arts, Culture and Humanities (historical societies, performing arts, etc)English
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Blue Mountain Humane Society7 George Street, Walla Walla, WA 99362office@bluemountainhumane.org509-529-5188Sara Archer
execdirector@bluemountainhumane.org
Donald "Jack" Sharp
boardpresident@bluemountainhumane.org
To prevent cruelty and promote kindness to animals. Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WA, Prescott, WA, Milton-Freewater, OREnvironment and Animals (recycling programs, garden clubs, humane society, fisheries, etc)English, Spanish
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Blue Mountain Land TrustPOB 1473; 6-1/2 N Second Avenue, Walla Walla WA 99362bmlt@bmlt.org509-525-3136Tim Copelandtim@bmlt.orgLinda HerbertLHERBERT621@msn.com The Blue Mountain Land Trust collaborates with communities and landowners to conserve the scenic, natural, and working lands that characterize the Blue Mountain region.Communities located in Walla Walla, Columbia, Garfield, and Asotin counties in Washington and Umatilla, Union, Grant, Wheeler, Morrow, Sherman, and Gilliam counties in Oregon. Education and Research (promote learning and intellectual development for all ages), Environment and Animals (recycling programs, garden clubs, humane society, fisheries, etc), International, Outdoor recreationEnglishWe're looking for volunteers to support our various programs including Blues Crew and Nature Kids. If you're interested in learning more about ways you can get involved please visit bmlt.org/volunteer. bmlt.org
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Carnegie Picture LabPO Box 3223 / 515 East Main, Walla Walla WA 99362info@carnegiepicturelab.com509-526-6921Susan Greenesusan@carnegiepicturelab.comTiffany Jenestiffanyjenes@gmail.comTo nourish creativity by supporting and enhancing art education for elementary school children in the Walla Walla Valley.Walla Walla WA, College Place WA, Waitsburg WA, Dixie WA, Prescott WA, Athena-Weston,OREducation and Research (promote learning and intellectual development for all ages), Arts, Culture and Humanities (historical societies, performing arts, etc)EnglishVolunteers needed to present lessons in elementary school classes as well as summer and after-school programs. Volunteers also supervise field trips to The Foundry and will be needed for growing community programs and events.www.carnegiepicturelab.com
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Blue Mountain Industries2616 East Isaacs Avenue, Walla Walla WA 99362info@lilliericecenter.org509-525-5433Christine Daudtchrisd@lilliericecenter.orgGary NiblerBlue Mountain Industries is a not for profit community-based employment and social support organization dedicated to meeting the needs of adults with disabilities in integrated social and work environments, and assisting individuals in achieving and maintaining maximum independence in their daily activities.Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WAHuman Services (basic needs providers, such as advocates for children, housing the homeless)English, Spanish
www.bluemountainindustries.org
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Catholic Charities Walla Walla408 W Poplar St.ccww@cceasternwa.org(509)525-0572Tim Meliahtim.meliah@cceasternwa.orgCatholic Charities affirms the dignity of every person, partnering with parishes and the greater community to serve and advocate for those who are vulnerable, bringing stability and hope to people throughout the Blue Mountain region.” Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WA, Prescott, WA, Milton-Freewater, ORHealth (well-being for body or mind, including substance abuse services, counseling, hospitals), Human Services (basic needs providers, such as advocates for children, housing the homeless)English, Spanishcceasternwa.org
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Community CouncilPO Box 2936, Walla Walla, WA 99362
mcampbell@wwcommunitycouncil.org
509-540-6720Mary A. Campbell
mcampbell@wwcommunitycouncil.org
Cheri HeafyCommunity Council fosters a trusted gathering place where people engage in dialogue, inquiry, and advocacy to build a vibrant region for everyone.
La organización Community Council fomenta un lugar confiable de reunión donde se dialogue, cuestione y se propugne por el desarrollo de una región dinámica para todos.

Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WA, Prescott, WA, Milton-Freewater, ORPublic and Societal Benefit (civil rights, voter education, fraternal groups, employee org, etc.)English, Spanishwww.wwcommunitycouncil.org
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Fort Walla Walla Museum755 Myra Road, Walla Walla, WA 99362info@fwwm.org(509) 525-7703James H. Payneinfo@fwwm.orgMaribeth Bergstrominfo@fwwm.orgDiscovering, Preserving and Sharing Walla Walla Regional HistoryWalla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WA, Prescott, WA, Milton-Freewater, OR, plus every other community within a 60 mi radius around Walla WallaArts, Culture and Humanities (historical societies, performing arts, etc)English, Spanishwww.fwwm.org/volunteer www.fwwm.org
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Frenchtown Historical FoundationPO Box 1224 Walla Walla, WA 99362richnan@charter.net509-522-3763N/AN/A
Richard Monacelli, President
rm-mba@charter.netThe Frenchtown Historic Site will be a place of respect for and understanding of our past, and of stewardship for our future. It will honor the sacredness of the ground where our ancestors lived and died, as well as the cultures they came from and helped develop here. It will restore native vegetation,
and rehabilitate the river area. It will teach us for
many generations to come.
Walla Walla, WA, Regional partnershipsEducation and Research (promote learning and intellectual development for all ages), Arts, Culture and Humanities (historical societies, performing arts, etc)English
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Gospel Outreach712 NE C St, PO Box 8 College Place, WA 99324doug.anthes@goaim.org509 525 2951Jon Dybdahljon.dybdahl@goaim.orgLarry Doddsdoddslj@gmail.comThe mission of Gospel Outreach is to introduce people to Jesus in the 10/40 Window.InternationalReligion (including interfaith groups or religious broadcasting), International
International (all nations and peoples).
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Helpline1520 Kelly Place Ste 180liz@helplineww.org509-529-3377Liz McDevittliz@helplineww.orgDanielle Swan-Froesedanielle.swan-froese@wwcc.eduThe mission of Helpline is to affirm the worth of every person; address the needs of individuals, families and our community; and advocate for positive life transformation.Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Waitsburg, WA, Prescott, WA, All of Walla Walla CountyHuman Services (basic needs providers, such as advocates for children, housing the homeless)
English, Spanish, Russian
https://www.helplineww.org/volunteerhttps://www.helplineww.org/
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Inspire Development Centers - College Place
213 Farmland Rd Walla Walla
yolanda.esquivel@inspire-centers.org
509-522-0610Yolanda Esquivelyolanda.esquivel@inspire-centers.orgTo inspire learning, growth and success in life; one child, one familyEnglish, SpanishCall (509)522-0610inspire-centers.org
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Just Another Chance RanchPO Box 997, Waitsburg, WA 99361stacyjust@yahoo.com(509) 337-6056Stacy Just
14224 E Hwy 12, Waitsburg, WA 99361
Stacy Juststacyjust@yahoo.comWalla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WA, DixieHorse and Youth partnershipsEnglish
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Lillie Rice Center2616 East Isaacsinfo@lilliericecenter.org
509-525-5433Christine Daudtchrisd@lilliericecenter.orgGary NiblerDedicated to providing employment and support services to adults with disabilities and or disadvantages while enhancing their quality of independence.Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WAHuman Services (basic needs providers, such as advocates for children, housing the homeless)English, Spanishwww.lilliericecenter.org
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Power House Theatre Walla Walla111 North 6th Avenue, Walla Walla, WA 99362info@phtww.org509.529.6500NANABarbara Petersonbarbarapeterson@nlagroup.comTo provide superior entertainment to the Walla Walla Valley community; to enrich patrons’ lives with laughter, tears and new ideas; to deepen the experience of Walla Walla as a destination for visitors.Walla Walla, WA; College Place, WA; Dayton, WA; Waitsburg, WA; Prescott, WA; Milton-Freewater, ORArts, Culture and Humanities (historical societies, performing arts, etc)English, Spanish
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Sherwood TrustPO Box 1855, Walla Walla, WAdanielle@sherwoodtrust.org509-529-2791Danielle Garbedanielle@sherwoodtrust.orgPunkey Adamspunkey@sherwoodtrust.orgEveryone in the Walla Walla Valley has a sense of belonging and contributes to a thriving region. Sherwood Trust serves as a catalyst for building capacity, creating a cohesive, vibrant community.All of the aboveMost of the aboveEnglish, Spanish
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SonBridge Community Center1200 SE 12th Street, Suite 1admin@sonbridge.org509-529-3100Norman Thielnorman.thiel@sonbridge.orgRick Claridgerickc@bmacww.orgSonBridge, a Seventh-day Adventist Community Services Center, seeks to connect the underserved in the Walla Walla Valley with resources to empower transformational change.Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Milton-Freewater, OREducation and Research (promote learning and intellectual development for all ages), Health (well-being for body or mind, including substance abuse services, counseling, hospitals), Human Services (basic needs providers, such as advocates for children, housing the homeless)English, Spanish
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SOS Health Services of Walla Walla1200 SE 12th Street, Suite 4; College Place, WA 99324office@soshealthservices.org509-529-1481Robin Dowsett
cliniccoordinator@soshealthservices.org
Kimberly Mueller
boardofdirectors@soshealthservices.org
Our mission is to provide quality health care to the uninsured of the Walla Walla Valley. Our vision is to provide quality medical services to those who cannot afford to pay standard medical fees and thus provide a safety net for those who are in the greatest need of primary health care. Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WA, Prescott, WA, Milton-Freewater, OR, Milton-Freewater, Athena, Weston, Pendleton (Oregon)Health (well-being for body or mind, including substance abuse services, counseling, hospitals)English, Spanishoffice@soshealthservices.orgsoshealthservices.org
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Sustainable Living Center500 Tausick Way Walla Walla 99362info@slcww.org(509)524-5218Erendira Cruzdirector@slcww.orgMichael Fredricksoninfo@slcww.orgTo conserve resources for the future by encouraging and facilitating sustainable practices in our community Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Most programs are available to residents of the greater Walla Walla regionEducation and Research (promote learning and intellectual development for all ages), Environment and Animals (recycling programs, garden clubs, humane society, fisheries, etc), Health (well-being for body or mind, including substance abuse services, counseling, hospitals), Public and Societal Benefit (civil rights, voter education, fraternal groups, employee org, etc.)English
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The Children's Museum of Walla Walla77 Wainwright Drive, Walla Walla, WA 99362director@cmww.org509-526-7529Becky Killiandirector@cmww.orgThe Children’s Museum of Walla Walla’s mission is to provide visitors of all ages and cultural backgrounds the opportunity to learn, explore and imagine through interactive play and educational programs.Walla Walla, WAEducation and Research (promote learning and intellectual development for all ages)English
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The Health CenterPO Box 1075 Walla Wallalindsay@thehealthcenterww.org529-5661Lindsay EnghLindsay@thehealthcetnerww.orgSharon Hopwoodsharon.hopwood@gmail.comAdvancing the success of students by addressing their physical, emotional and social needs.Walla Walla, WAHealth (well-being for body or mind, including substance abuse services, counseling, hospitals)English, Spanish
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The Kids' Place209 Marcus Streetinfo@kidsplacewallawalla.org509-522-2088Julia Leavittjulia@kidsplacewallawalla.orgMelinda Brennann/aThe Kids’ Place transforms the lives of young children through play in partnership with families and teachers. Walla Walla, WAEducation and Research (promote learning and intellectual development for all ages)English and Spanishinfo@kidsplacewallawalla.orgkidsplacewallawalla.org
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The STAR Project321 Wellington Avenueinfo@thestarproject.us(509) 525-3612Becky Turnerbeckyt@thestarproject.usMike Howellmehowell@charter.netSTAR's mission is to provide persons being released from incarceration with the essential tools to successfully re-integrate into the community as productive, contributing members.Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WA, Prescott, WA, Walla Walla and Columbia CountiesHuman Services (basic needs providers, such as advocates for children, housing the homeless)English
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Touchet Valley Arts Council, dba Liberty Theater
PO Box 233, Dayton, WA 99328509.382.1380Kristine Takemurakristine.takemura@gmail.comTouchet Valley Arts Council is dedicated to providing arts and culture opportunities to residents of Columbia County and neighboring communities.Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WA, Prescott, WA, PomeroyArts, Culture and Humanities (historical societies, performing arts, etc)English
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Tri-State Steelheaders216 N. Roosevelt St, Walla Wallatssfish@tristatesteelheaders.com509 529 3543Brian Burns
brian.burns@tristatesteelheaders.com
Monty BuellTri-State Steelheaders' mission is to restore sustainable populations of native salmonids by enhancing habitat, providing public education, and promoting recreational angling. Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WA, Prescott, WA, Milton-Freewater, OR, Walla Walla, Columbia, Garfield, and Asotin CountiesEnvironment and Animals (recycling programs, garden clubs, humane society, fisheries, etc)English, Spanishwww.tristatesteelheaders.com
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Trilogy Recovery Community120 E Birch Street, Suite 14, Walla Walla, WA. 99362trilogyrecovery@gmail.com509-876-4525Luis RosalesLuis@trilogyrecovery.orgElizabeth Guerraelizabethg@bmacww.org
Trilogy offers life-changing support and hope to youth, adults, and families in the Walla Walla Valley on their paths of recovery from addiction or substance misuse.
Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Prescott, WA, Milton-Freewater, ORHealth (well-being for body or mind, including substance abuse services, counseling, hospitals)English, SpanishCall Trilogy at 509-876-4525 or email Megan Toliver at megan@trilogyrecovery.orgwww.trilogyrecovery.org
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United Way of the Blue Mountains112 South First Aveinfo@unitedwayww.org509.529.1183Christy Lieuallenchristy@unitedwayww.orgKevin QuinnUnited Way of the Blue Mountains empowers donors, volunteers, advocates adn agencies to improve Health, Education and Financial Stability of every person in the Blue Mountain region. Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WA, Prescott, WA, Umatilla County, Morrow CountyHuman Services (basic needs providers, such as advocates for children, housing the homeless)English, SpanishCall Christy Lieuallen 509-529-1183 or email christy@unitedwayww.orgwww.unitedwayww.org
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Walla Walla Community Hospice1067 Isaacs Avenue, Walla Walla, WA 99362info@wwhospice.org509-525-5561Topher McClellancmcclellan@wwhospice.orgMelissa Swopesswopesmm@gmail.comThe mission of Walla Walla Community Hospice is to provide compassionate care to patients in the final stages of life and support for their loved ones and caregivers.Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WA, Prescott, WA, Milton-Freewater, OR, Pendleton, ORHospice care, bereavement services, grief counseling, hospice care education, end of life care planningEnglish, SpanishCall 509-525-5561 or email info@wwhospice.org for volunteer informationwww.wwhospice.org
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Walla Walla Frontier Days Foundation363 Orchard Walla Walla, WA 99362
terryatchison@msn.com Board Secretary
509.520.4276NoneNoneBill Clemenswilliam.clemens@pacificorp.comSince its formation, the mission of the foundation has been to provide sustainable support and promote the Walla Walla Fairgrounds, Walla Walla Fair and Frontier Days, Agricultural Education, and youth activities through the attainment of public donations. Walla Walla, WAWalla Walla Fair and Frontier DaysEnglish
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Walla Walla Symphony13-1/2 E. Main Street
Suite 201
info@wwsymphony.org509-529-8020Leah Wilson-Velascoleah@wwsymphony.orgJohn Bogleybogleyjw@whitman.eduThe Walla Walla Symphony delights and challenges our community by providing live orchestral performances and opportunities for learning about music.Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WA, Prescott, WA, Milton-Freewater, ORArts, Culture and Humanities (historical societies, performing arts, etc)English
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Walla Walla Valley Disability NetworkPO Box 1918, Walla Walla, WA 99362admin@wwvdn.org509-386-2356Cyndy Knightadmin@wwvdn.orgCarla Niblercarla.nibler@gmail.comTo improve the quality of life for persons with disabilities and their families through community access and support.Walla Walla and Columbia Co. in WA, Umatilla Co. in ORHuman Services (basic needs providers, such as advocates for children, housing the homeless)English, Spanish
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Walla Walla Valley Early Learning Coalition500 Tausick Way, Walla Walla, WA 99362earlylearning@wwcc.edu(509) 527-4453Eiledon McClellaneiledon.mcclellan@wwcc.eduSamantha Bowensamantha.bowen@wwcc.eduTo lead the community to prioritize early learning through education, advocacy and the facilitation of collective action. Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dayton, WA, Waitsburg, WA, Prescott, WA, Milton-Freewater, OREducation and Research (promote learning and intellectual development for all ages), Health (well-being for body or mind, including substance abuse services, counseling, hospitals), Human Services (basic needs providers, such as advocates for children, housing the homeless), Public and Societal Benefit (civil rights, voter education, fraternal groups, employee org, etc.)English, Spanish
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Walla Walla YMCA340 S. Park Stkhedine@wwymca.org(509)525-8863Karen Hedinekhedine@wwymca.orgTim Donaldsondonaldsontimothy@yahoo.comThe Walla Walla Y’s mission is to provide a community where all people, especially the young, are encouraged to develop their fullest potential in spirit, mind and body. Our programs emphasize Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility.Walla Walla, WA, College Place, WA, Dixie, WA, Starbuck, WA, Lowden, WA, Touchet, WA Waitsburg, WA, Prescott, WA, Milton-Freewater, OREducation, Health, Human Services and Public Societal Benefit English, Spanishwww.wwymca.orgwww.wwymca.org
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YWCA Walla Walla213 S First Aveaschwerin@ywcaww.org509-525-2570
Anne-Marie Zell Schwerin
aschwerin@ywcaww.orgDenise Shivesthepocketlady@me.com YWCA is dedicated to elminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.Walla Walla, WA, Dayton, WAHuman Services (basic needs providers, such as advocates for children, housing the homeless)
English, Spanish, As needed, we use the language line or ASL interpreter
www.ywcaww.orgwww.ywcaww.org
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Whitman College345 Boyer Avesinnotrs@whitman.edu509-527-5990Kathleen Murraykmurray@whitman.eduNancy Serruriern/aSituated within the rich and complex landscape and history of the Walla Walla Valley, Whitman College provides a rigorous liberal arts education of the highest quality to passionate and engaged students from diverse backgrounds. Whitman students develop their intellectual and creative capacities in a supportive scholarly community that prioritizes student learning within and beyond our classrooms. We help each student translate their deep local, regional, and global experiences into ethical and meaningful lives of purpose.Walla Walla Valley (students and faculty come from across the country and around the world)EducationEnglish www.whitman.edu
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