Welcome to the Bellingham Pickleball Club (BPC)

Thank you for helping us raise funds for 7 dedicated pickleball courts at Whatcom Community College

Our goal was to raise $41,500. To date, the BPC fundraising total is $45,482! WE ARE THERE! Thank you to Claude Blackburn for his generous donation of half the total cost for this project.

Donations that come in through June will remain in the fund to pay for any additional needs, to include fence bumpers, cleaning equipment, maintenance etc.”

Help us bring 7 dedicated pickleball courts to Whatcom Community College

Courts will be located at 237 West Kellogg Road. Courts will be open to the community as well as WCC  students and staff.

Claude Blackburn is generously donating half the  total cost for this project, so  every fundraising dollar is  being matched

WCC is paying to resurface these courts. BPC needs to raise between  $23,000 without lights and  $41,500 with lights to cover the remaining costs.

The Whatcom Community  College Foundation is processing  all the donations for this project. The Foundation is a 501(c) 3 so  donations are tax deductible to  the extent allowed by law.


Mission Statement

BPC promotes the development of pickleball skills, facilities and community in the greater Bellingham area.

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Questions about the club, or anything else?

Visit “Bellingham WA Pickleball”, a local group of pickleball players on facebook. Provides general information but not specifically BPC.

News (Facebook Posts)

Cornwall Park Membership SocialCome play and meet fellow membersSaturday, June 4th 9 a.m.- 12 p.m.The Bellingham Pickleball Club is hosting a membership social. The fun will include open play for all levels, light snacks, door prizes, the opportunity to meet other members and chat with some of the board members. Come on over for a morning of fun. #bellinghampickleball ... See MoreSee Less
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