Serving the City of Burbank since 1933

Serving the City of Burbank since 1933

Welcome to the Burbank Coordinating Council (BCC)

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. 

FAQs

What does the BCC do?

We work within our community alongside other nonprofit organizations to deliver program opportunities for financially disadvantaged families and the children of those families.

When are the meetings?

Meetings are held the 1st Monday of every month from Oct - May. From 12 - 1:30 PM on ZOOM. 

How do I become a Member?

Becoming a member is easy! Simply click here to go to our online signup. Memberships are $20/year for individuals and $30/year for organizations. 

What are the benefits of being a member?

Membership to BCC gives you: 

1. The opportunity to speak at any association meeting about your business or organization. 

2. At each association meeting BCC invites a community leader to speak on different and interesting topics.

3. It's an opportunity to meet other leaders within the community.

4. Membership also gives you access to run for BCC Board positions, hold a Committee Chair position or be on a committee. 

With your help and interest, we will continue for many years to come!

RECENT UPDATES

BURBANK COORDINATING COUNCIL ASSOCIATION MEETINGS WILL RESUME OCTOBER 4, 2021 

For more info. call

Mary Anne Been, President  - 818-266-9766 with questions

Summer Camp Kids

CAMPERSHIPS

In 1936, with a starter fund from the Burbank Noon Kiwanis, we began the Campership Program. Camperships allow children of financially disadvantaged families a week at Spring or Summer resident or day-camp that they may not have otherwise been able to experience. 

Each year BCC sends approximately 100 kids to camp.

Holiday Presents

Holiday Baskets

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 Program”. We coordinate with Churches, PTAs, Studios, Individuals, Businesses, Clubs, City Offices, Family Service Agency, and Burbank Temporary Aid Center to provide Holiday Baskets of food and gift items to Burbank's financially disadvantaged families with school age children as well as, the Senior Citizen population who may have a need. Thousands of Burbank's residents are recipients of our Holiday Baskets each year. It's an important pillar of BCC's mission.

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!

ATTENTION:


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


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 www.Burbankcc.org and find the form online. Download, fill it out and email ccholidaybaskets@aol.com, or mail it to BCC, PO Box 10126, Burbank, CA 91510.


STAY WELL EVERYONE!