Skip to main content

Welcome to WWVDN's new look! Now website users on mobile devices have an easier time accessing information & resources at their fingertips. If you ever get lost, just click the 3 horizontal lines in the upper right to see the navigation menu.

Resources

News Archives


DAYTON–Local High School student Kaylee Coleman, receives an adaptive tricycle from the Charge Syndrome Foundation.

Rascal Rodeo rode in to town on Saturday, September 2, 2023 to the Walla Walla Fair and Frontier Days Arena. Rascal Rodeo began 10 years ago as a school project done by Ann-Erica Whitemarsh where she created a rodeo for people with disabilities to get a chance to be a cowboy or cowgirl for a day.

The SOAR program is created for the people who are in it. It is from their voices that each and every social and recreational event is designed around. A few months back I had participants asking about volunteer opportunities. After having a year with most of our participants I have had the privilege of getting to know them. Their likes, dislikes, and personalities. Taking all these things into consideration, the best opportunity would be at the BMAC Food Distribution.

A great night to enjoy ice cream sundaes, meet the new WWVDN Executive Director, and acknowledge the many volunteers and partners who make it all possible!

Thank You to our Sponsors

MENU CLOSE