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Welcome to the Burbank Coordinating Council
"We are the best kept secret in Burbank"
Burbank Coordinating Council began in 1933 and is a 501(c)3 not for profit service organization.It is solely developed by volunteers to serve the Burbank community.
WHAT DOES THE COUNCIL DO?
Meetings are held the 1st Monday of every month from Oct - May. From 12 - 1:30 PM on ZOOM.
Members include service clubs, other non-profit organizations, churches and synagogues, studios, scout troops, PTA, PTSAs, Burbank Unified School District, City of Burbank and departments, local businesses, and of course any interested individuals and families.
With your help and interest, we will continue for many years to come!
BURBANK COORDINATING COUNCIL ASSOCIATION MEETINGS WILL RESUME OCTOBER 4, 2020
For more info. call
Mary Anne Been - 818-266-9766 with questions
Burbank Coordinating Council is here to Help!
Even during these difficult times our organization will help to find you the assistance needed, if you contact us!
1. Many church groups and youth groups are working to make lovely greeting cards which are being
distributed to local nursing homes, where residents, are not allowed visitors. If you would like to make
and donate cards, call us.
2. Write out your experience with COVID…. These stories will become part of our city history, and earn
service learning hours too. BCC.HolidayBaskets@gmail.com
3. We are working on masks for Holiday Baskets. Material, elastic and patterns available. We need folks to
4. Virtual camps are still available for after school or holiday weeks. Contact us at
Please consider donating to the Holiday Basket Program throughout the year. Since 1946 we’ve served 2400 people annually. We need your help! If you or your family are on free or reduced price lunches, go to our website and find the form online. Download, fill it out and email , or mail it to BCC, PO Box 10126, Burbank, CA 91510.
STAY WELL EVERYONE!
Of the many programs and organizations that had their beginning with Burbank Coordinating Council we have retained only two:
In 1946, in coordination with The Bureau of Public Assistance, the Christmas Basket Program was created. In 1996 the name was changed to “Holiday Basket Pro-gram” We coordinate with Churches, PTAs, Studios, Individuals, Businesses, Clubs, City Offices Family Service Agency, and BTAC to provide Holiday Baskets of food and toys to low income families with school age children. We have served over 2600 people annually.