Volunteer Fairfax is collecting and sharing 40 volunteer vignettes to celebrate.
Interested in getting
involved in community preparedness?
Join our next VET (Volunteer
Emergency Team) orientation
Save the Date! Saturday,
October 24, our regional celebration of
National Make a Difference Day. Wonderful family event.
Details to follow! Enjoy video
of Volunteerfest 2014.
We need your opinion! This 10-question survey should take you less than three minutes to complete, and will guide us on the best ways to connect you to community needs.
RSVP-Northern Virginia, a program offered in partnership with Volunteer Fairfax, Volunteer Arlington and Volunteer Alexandria, is proud to partner with the Northern Virginia Senior Olympics Committee who is presenting the 2015 NVSO on Sept 12 – 25. There will be more than 50 events at 23 venues! RSVP is working to raise the 150 volunteers needed for a variety of tasks that support the games. Come on out! To join our crew click to check out the opportunities. For a full schedule of events, or to register as a games participant by August 28, visit www.nvso.us. Here’s to living healthy longer!
Fairfax 2015 World Police & Fire Games could NOT have done it without you! Nearly 6,000 citizen volunteers came forward to make The Games happen! You displayed great community pride and spirit. On behalf of Fairfax2015, we thank you and hope that you had a really great time. May the spirit of The Games continue! All of our WPFG volunteers--and everyone who has been inspired by their service--is invited to join the ranks of community first responders. How? Volunteer… there are more good deeds to be done!
David Kline serves our community where barriers are great. As a volunteer for the Stronger Together and Safe Haven Supervised Visitation and Supervised Exchange Program, he is making a dramatic difference in the life of a young father. Through modeling and mentoring, David has guided this 16-year-old dad to become an involved parent to his toddler. Read more about how David’s precious gift of time has made a lasting impact on this young family.
Youth Service America has compiled a list of 15 ways you can serve in your communities this summer. From providing summer meals to kids to hosting a fundraising lemonade stand to promoting summer preparedness and safety -- there are national efforts going on all summer long to make this a summer to remember! Check it out. Looking for local Youth opportunities click here.