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Job Opportunities

We have a job opening for a Programs Director in our department of Men Services. This staff member oversees the delivery of our various recovery programs. The job is full-time and with benefits. For a complete job description, click HERE. If you or someone you know is interested in this job, please mail a cover letter and resume to John Radzikowski, 211 W Birch Street, Walla Walla WA 99362. Or, click This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to email a copy..

April 2022

In Memory Of:

Gifted By:

Bensel, Tom Associated Veterinary Medical Center
Eaton, John & Sharon
Kees, Cal & Judy
McQuary, Michael & Dickenson, Dallas
Putney, Marilyn
Fread, Bette Kreitzberg, Jeff & Jane
Grove, J Paul Dressler III, Andrew & Rosemary
Klicker, Ardell Castoldi, Paul & Pamela
Gordon, David & Carol
Mosher, Tom & Dianna
Marshall, John Burlingame, Robert & Cathy
Olson, Greg Grajales, Alba
Sams, Beverly

We Are Still Here

Life as we knew it has drastically changed for all of us. It seems each new day brings more uncertainty. But despite the challenges posed by the Coronavirus pandemic, the Christian Aid Center is still here serving some of the most vulnerable members of our community—people experiencing homelessness, hunger and need. 

Because of this crisis, we’ve had to make a lot of changes to protect the health and safety of our guests; such as keeping them on campus 24 hours-a-day and screening them daily for COVID-19 symptom. These efforts, in turn, also protect the health of our community and have established CAC as an “essential” service. 

To follow appropriate physical distancing, we closed our community dining room and now provide meals in a “grab-and-go” format for our guests and for anyone in our community in need of food. These changes bring additional costs, and that’s why the support of our community is so appreciated and needed more than ever before.

 

Masks for the Community

As the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order continues, guests staying at the Christian Aid Center have found some meaningful ways to reach out beyond our walls and give back to our community. The ladies have been sewing face masks for our guests, volunteers and staff to use. Thank you Gia for teaching them and thank you ladies for keeping us healthy!

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