Dining Room Volunteers Needed

Senior Community Meals will resume on Thursday, June 2nd. Volunteers are needed to help in the dining room each Monday, Tuesday & Thursday during lunch. This is a fun and fast paced volunteer opportunity to work in a team! 

See what's happening this month at BSAC

As always, feel free to contact us if you have any questions about our offerings or if we could help you get involved in an activity, virtual or in-person.

Senior Farmers Market Vouchers

Funded by the USDA, the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) provides low-income seniors with up to $80 in coupons/ vouchers that can be exchanged for fruits, vegetables, honey, and fresh-cut herbs at approved farmers markets and farm stores.

Masks Optional at BSAC

Masks are optional at BSAC as of April 18th. We will continue to require individuals in the Center to be fully vaccinated.

Meal Evaluation Survey

Do you participate in the meal program?  We want your input! Complete our Meal Evaluation Survey to let us know what you liked about a meal and share any suggestions for improvement.

The Bellingham Senior Activity Center is open for online and in-person programs, Monday through Friday. To-go meals are available each Wednesday.

BSAC is taking proactive steps to share the best information we have to protect the public’s health, especially among older adults, and to provide ways to stay connected and active. 

All Meals on Wheels clients will receive deliveries as scheduled.  If you would like to pick up meals through the Senior Community Meals program, a week´s worth of  meals will be distributed each Wednesday from 11:30am-12:00pm on a donation-basis to anyone 60 or over. If you are unable to get to the BSAC to pick-up meals, and you are in need of home delivered meals, call our office at 360-746-6480.

Enhancing the lives of older adults since 1961 through a wide range of classes, activities, & services.

Providing nutritious meals, social connection, & nutrition education.

Providing assistance to help members stay in their homes, stay active and engaged in life.

Whatcom Council on Aging

The Whatcom Council on Aging (WCOA) has been serving seniors in our community since 1964. We are an independent non-profit organization supported by donations from local businesses and community members, limited federal funding and grants. Founding board members were part of the nation-wide effort to pass the Older Americans Act in 1965.

Activity Center Hours

Monday – Friday: 8:00am to 4:30pm

Wednesday drive-thru/walk-up meal pickup: 11:30am-12:00pm
Call us at (360) 733-4030

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