The Walla Walla Health Expo is an annual milestone event to showcase lifestyle choices as the primary means of healthy and active living. Hosted at the Walla Walla fairgrounds this coming October 8, there will be activities ranging from cooking demonstrations to health assessments to informational booths on various topics.

With an event as big as the 2017 Walla Walla Health Expo, a great support group is needed. Many volunteer positions are available to be filled. From cooking demonstrations to behind-the-scenes set-up and takedown, we have a variety of ways to serve.

If you'd like to help improve our community's health in longer terms, consider these questions: Do you want to make a difference in someone's life? Do you have skills in health, encouragement, and support? Could you give at least one hour per week? If you answered yes to these questions, we have a great opportunity for you! Become a Health Coach and help us lead our valley, one person at a time, towards a healthier, happier future. Call (509) 529-3100 or email for more information. 

Stay tuned for more program details and opportunities! 

Get Involved!

More than 118 volunteers and employees staff SonBridge. An additional 70 volunteers staff its medical clinic.

There are a number of ways to get involved with SonBridge. You too can make a difference and be a part of a growing service that is aiding many in our valley. We invite you to make a positive impact through:

Located at 1200 SE 12th Street in College Place, WA, SonBridge Community Center is an organization founded in 2005 by eight church congregations in the Valley. It serves the community from a 35,000-square-foot facility, recently expanded from its original square-footage of 30,000 to include our new Education Center for Better Living. 

SonBridge Community Center is devoted to providing help to the underserved. Thanks to the ongoing support of volunteers, SonBridge is able to provide services and resources for people in need in the Walla Walla Valley through:

SonBridge also runs a large Thrift & Gift Store helping fund the facility's programs and operations.