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What You’ll Find at an AbilityOne Base Supply Center

Your local AbilityOne Base Supply Center is one-stop shop for products and office supplies of all sorts. Below, find some examples of what you’ll find in one of our stores. Can’t find what you’re looking for in store? Our associates would be happy to place an order for you from our even larger selection of available products!

Office Supplies

We have all the office products you might need, including:

Computer Accessories

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Desk Supplies

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Printing Supplies

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Be sure to also check out our shipping supplies!

Cleaning & Janitorial Supplies

When it comes to cleaning supplies, we have you covered! Not only do we carry your favorite well-known products, but we also carry environmentally friendly “Green” cleaners and detergents for your special projects.

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COVID-19 Supplies

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Seasonal Supplies

In addition to our normal selection, we also carry seasonal items that you and your team might need. Check in at or call our stores for updates on current seasonal selections.

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Friendly Staff

You’ll always find helpful and friendly staff at each of our AbilityOne Base Supply Center locations!

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Products Made by People Who Are Blind

Did you know that our stores carry products manufactured by people who are blind?

The wall boards that you’ll find in each AbilityOne Base Supply Center are made by our very own production team in Spokane, Washington. Learn more about our recent milestone of creating more than 1 million wallboards!

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Other Items:

Individual Equipment Element

Organizational Clothing
Individual Equipment
DLA items

Special Orders

Unique Military Items
Tactical Gear
Office Furniture
Space Planning and Installation

Disposable Paper Products
Food Service Supplies

And so much more!

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BSC Delivery Services Expanded Through Generous Donation from Boeing Employees Community Fund of Puget Sound

Through a generous grant from the Boeing Employees Community Fund of Puget Sound, the Lighthouse was able to purchase a new Box Truck for our JBLM Base Supply Centers! This new addition to our fleet of delivery trucks allows the Lighthouse to deliver supplies on base and meet customer needs more efficiently.

John Gibbs, Director of BSC Operations, put it best, “The Lighthouse for the Blind Base Supply Center Program would like to express a tremendous level of gratitude to the Boeing Employees Community Fund of Puget Sound for their generous donation of a delivery vehicle. The new boxed truck is providing a great benefit to not only The Lighthouse for the Blind, but also to the Soldiers, Airmen, and Department of Defense Contractors we serve on Joint Base Lewis-McChord. The additional vehicles allows increased delivery time of critical supplies for the service members as they perform their wartime and peacetime duties. The support from exceptional companies like the Boeing Employees Community Fund of Puget Sound assist with providing jobs for people who are blind, DeafBlind, and blind with other disabilities through meaningful employment.”

The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. operates seven AbilityOne Base Supply Centers (BSCs) which supply superior blind made products and services to Federal Government customers through a commercial setting that employs people who are blind. BSCs are located on military installations and provide the necessary services and products to satisfy the needs of base personnel.

Beyond providing employment opportunities at BSCs, the BSC program supports hundreds of Lighthouse employees who are blind and DeafBlind that work in the defense and office product business lines at other Lighthouse facilities including Seattle, Spokane, and South Carolina. BSCs are stores through which we sell the products we make that allow us to provide hundreds of employment opportunities to individuals who are blind and DeafBlind. In addition to retail and production employment opportunities, there are many administrative and production support jobs that provide additional employment opportunities to individuals who are blind and DeafBlind.

Additionally, through the BSC program, service-disabled veterans have the opportunity to join the BSC. BSC employees, and those in production and support roles at the Lighthouse’s Seattle, Spokane, and South Carolina facilities, take great pride in their roles that support the military and our federal government.