BTAC is overseen by an all-volunteer Board of Directors made up of active citizens with a variety of personal and business backgrounds.
Daily operations are managed by an Executive Director who, with minimal staff and approximately 75 volunteers, ensures that BTAC fulfills its mission.
BTAC is dedicated to providing the poor, working poor, and homeless of the local community with basic services they need to live with dignity, and to serve citizens of the city in times of emergency and disaster.
As a conduit between the generous donors of the community, foundations, and government resources, BTAC works to provide clients with help such as food, utility assistance, transportation assistance, emergency shelter (off-site and short-term), medical assistance, referrals to other community resources, and holiday outreach.
BTAC strives to help create a community where the poor and working poor are able to access the resources and services they need to move from poverty to self-sufficiency, and to live free of hunger, homelessness, and despair.