September 2021 Newsletter
Kathryn Barger's Office for the generous grant donated to assist BCC with our current year's programing!
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Saturday, November 6, 2021
7-10 PM
3000 W Magnolia Blvd, Burbank, CA 91505
Food, Drinks, Entertainment, Giveaways!!
**Back to Business**

BCC Association Meeting
Monday, October 4, 2021
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
Burbank, 438 E Harvard Rd, Burbank, CA 91501

Welcome to the first BCC Association Meeting of 2021!
We can't wait to see you in our NEW location, with our NEW Board Members and New list of monthly speakers.
(Mark your calendars for the 1st Monday of the Month until May)

Please consider donating to the Holiday Basket Program

For over 88 years, the Burbank Coordinating Council Holiday Basket Program has provided assistance during the holiday season for economically disadvantaged families.
By embracing the spirit of giving, we will make this an amazing holiday season for many in our community. Thank you for making a difference. Your involvement in our program in any capacity is appreciated and valued!

If you are in need (on free or reduced price lunches), please APPLY to receive a Holiday Basket starting in September. 
If you are able to give or find out how you can VOLUNTEER and consider adopting a family by reaching out to our Holiday Basket Chair, Hilde Garcia at email
or 818-679-2217 

  • Send your cash donations through Paypal or mail checks to our PO Box at P.O Box 10126 Burbank CA 91505
Don't Miss Out!! Click HERE renew
BCC Membership for the 2021/2022 year!!
Not a Member?
Join BCC!
Annual memberships is only $20 for an individual ($30 for an organization) and can be paid online through PayPal. Members can make announcements at meetings and put announcements into the monthly newsletter.
Go to for details!  Announcements from organizations are listed below!
Chair Positions Available
We do have some open Chair positions - Join Us - We're Fun!!

  • Public Relations
  • Events
  • Website
  • Social Media
  • Fundraising
  • Nonprofit Organization Coordinator

If you're interested in joining BCC in one of these positions, please contact Mary Anne Been at 818-266-9766.

What's Happening in Burbank
Across the Greater Valley presented by UCLA Health JCCC
Saturday, September 25, 2021

    Dear Burbank Rose Floater


We are currently scheduled to foam the float on Monday, September 20 starting at 8:30 a.m.  In order to prepare for foaming, we need all hands to help finish chicken wire, bed sheeting and masking off the non-foam areas on the float.  

We will be having work parties on Saturday, September 11th and 18th.  We will start at 10:00 a.m. and continue until at least 3:00 p.m. - maybe later.  We really could use a second wave of volunteers starting around 1:00 p.m. on each day to help keep the work going.
This is a great job for teenagers on up — if you haven’t been to the float site in a while, now is the time to stop by and give a hand.  Please CLICK HERE to note our COVID-19 Work Practices before coming.
Also, if you have old flat bed sheets or cardboard — please bring them to the float site.
Notes about foaming:
Everyone is welcome to watch the foaming take place, however, please be aware that the foam chemicals may damage plastic-based lens in eye glasses, also while spraying, the chemicals are very sticky and gooey, if you get any of the wet chemicals on your clothes, they may not come off.  There is also a slight odor during the spraying and drying process.
Steven Edward
Vice President-Float
Burbank Tournament of Roses Association
Join us at:

Verdugo Jobs Center
Virtual Career Fair
The BURBANK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE and the CITY OF BURBANK are partnering to present Chow Down Burbank!
A 90-day campaign designed to showcase the incredible eateries in town and help you choose where to eat next.
All you need to do — is EAT! Then - upload photos of yourself with dine-in or takeout from participating restaurants - you’ll be entered to win fabulous prizes. Click HERE to Enter Now
Did you know??

Need Rent Assistance?
Older adults may qualify to receive rent relief and financial assistance through our Home Safe program!
Home Safe helps older adults at risk of becoming homeless with: 
  • Security & utility deposits 
  • Rental assistance & move-in expenses 
  • Backed rent & past due bills 
  • Legal fees, reunification services & more 
If you got an eviction notice or are behind on your rent, call 213-610-1589 or email
BCC - Out and About
****Athletic Blowout Sale - Huge Success****
If you have a team or need uniforms,
There is A Lot Left!
Contact Mary Anne Been 818-266-9766