Many services for adults are offered through the Greater Maple Valley Community Center. Our goal is to enhance the health and social well-being of our adult community by providing access to health and social services, as well as opportunities for education, recreation and involvement with the community.
Financial aid scholarships (PDF 1.0 MB) are available. Additional activity fees may apply. Please explore our website and browse our 2013 Wish Lists (PDF 45 KB). For additional information, contact Allison or Linda or call 425-432-1272.
GMVCC 50+ Programs are funded in part by grants from the King County Department of Community and Human Services Aging Program, United Way, the Harvest Foundation, the Glaser Foundation, the Maple Valley Community Club, the Janet McKim Estate, the Puyallup Tribe of Indians Charity Trust Board, and the Fred Meyer Foundation.
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Stay active and independent! Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, the GMVCC 50+ Program offers social opportunities, a tasty and nutritious lunch as well as special interest programs for adults age 50 and above.
GMVCC is pleased to offer trips for adults ages 50 and above. Trips are scheduled throughout the year. We have something for everyone! Check our calendar for dates and times.
GMVCC 50+ Programs offer a variety of special events including our Valentine Dance, Annual Senior Picnic, AARP Oktoberfest, and Rotary Christmas Dinner.
GMVCC connects you with the right transportation resources. With our own Community Center vans and our network of volunteer drivers, we’ll help get you where you want to go!
Finding the right resource to meet your needs can be frustrating and complicated if you don’t know who to call. From Health Insurance and Veterans Assistance to Computer Assistance and more, our trained staff will help you understand the maze of services available to seniors in our community.
Meals on Wheels at GMVCC is part of a national program that provides nutritious meals and other nutrition services to men and women who are elderly, homebound, disabled, frail, or at risk.
GMVCC provides information and referral for all your housing needs including emergency, low-income, and special needs housing.
The GMVCC facility is a meeting place for many community-based organizations and events including monthly AARP and Covington Quilters meetings.
Pet Food Bank
In partnership with the Humane Society, GMVCC 50+ Programs provide free pet food for low income seniors who would otherwise be unable to keep their pets. For application information, contact Allison or Linda or call 425-432-1272.
GMVCC 50+ Programs provide opportunities for adults to contribute to our community through active volunteerism. Browse our open positions. Contact Allison or Linda or call 425-432-1272 for more information.