Volunteer Fairfax helps area businesses become more engaged through a variety of services that range from free consultations to fee-for-service project management and sponsorship benefits. Learn more.
Volunteer Fairfax works with agencies to train pre-affiliated volunteers prior to a disaster and collaborates with the Fairfax County Office of Emergency Management to fulfill unmet needs and spontaneous volunteers in times of disaster.
Learn to manage volunteers and start thinking about organizational continuity with Volunteer Fairfax's two unique training series. The Volunteer Management Training Series offers tips, tools and tricks for creating, managing and growing a volunteer program.
This flexible volunteer program for busy, working adults offers a monthly calendar with more than 60 different one-time projects in which to participate.
Each April, Volunteer Fairfax recognizes outstanding community volunteers. In the award's 24 year history, more than 2,900 volunteers have been honored. Nominees and award winners are recognized at a breakfast ceremony supported by area businesses, elected officials and community leaders.
In conjunction with national Make A Difference Day, VolunteerFest engages hundreds of volunteers at Fairfax County nonprofits, the fourth Saturday of each October.
Volunteer Fairfax annually places and monitors more than 500 court-referred clients through its ACS program. These clients contribute approximately 15,000 hours of community service annually to area nonprofits and local agencies.
The Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) is America’s largest volunteer network for people age 55 and better. In Northern Virginia, RSVP volunteers are making an impact by growing the capacity of public and nonprofit agencies in and around Fairfax County, Arlington County, and the City of Alexandria.
Volunteer Fairfax partners with a number of different public and nonprofit organizations to use volunteers in delivering necessary services. Find out more about these partnerships and collaborations.