Current Volunteer & Donation Needs
**Additional High Priority Needs**
City of Fairfax– PPE (Personal Protective Equipment): Masks, gowns, gloves – for use by essential city employees. Please place donations is the container in the City Hall Atrium lobby vestibule, east side (Facing George Mason Boulevard) from 8:30 am to 5 pm weekdays. To coordinate large donations, or for information, contact Chris Cohen or call (703) 385-7800.
American Red Cross in the National Capital Region
Agency Contact: Pikkwan Boston
Volunteer Needs: Disaster Team Volunteer Volunteer Recruitment Virtual Open House on April 29 from 10-11am! Click Here to Register!
Donation Needs: HOST A BLOOD DRIVE (and GIVE BLOOD if you can). Click here to learn more.
Annandale Christian Community for Action (ACCA), Inc
Agency Contact: Please email both David Donahue and email@example.com
Donation Needs: Because of the increased need for emergency food supplies, we will continue to collect donations on Saturday mornings from 9 am. – noon through July 25 at the food pantry located at 7200 Columbia Pike (trailer separate from the daycare center) in Annandale. Weekday food collections will take place from 1 – 5 p.m. Click here to see the most-needed items. In place of food, monetary donations are also welcome, click to learn more.
Volunteer Needs: ACCA of Annandale provides emergency assistance for those in need in the Annandale area. Volunteers are needed to assist with bagging groceries and delivering the food to the homes of those they serve in Annandale. Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Arlington Street Peoples Assistance Network (A-SPAN)
Donation Needs: Masks, gloves, and monetary donations.
Blood Donor Services, Inova Health System
Donation Needs: There is a critical need for blood donation. Inova is currently experiencing a shortage of blood supply and inventory is expected to continue to drop with the shortage of donors due to COVID-19. Inova Blood Donor Services has implemented extra precautions to protect donors – it is safe to give blood, and your donation will save a life.
Location: Fairfax County
Agency Contact: Dawn Sykes
Volunteer Needs: Small Business Financial Volunteer – Britepath’s Financial Empowerment Center (FEC) is seeking volunteers with a financial background, including in banking or lending, to help these small businesses work through the difficult time impacting them. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many small businesses are struggling to understand and navigate the financial options available to them. Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Donation Needs: Collecting cash donations that they will pool to purchase food gift cards and help families pay rent/utilities in the coming months. Please use link or mail checks to Britepaths at 3959 Pender Drive, Suite 200, Fairfax, VA 22030. For questions, please contact Shannon Bryant.
Capital Area Food Bank
Agency Contact: Maureen Doyle
Donation Needs: The Capital Area Food Bank is in need of non-perishable, shelf stable foods at this time.
Location: Washington, DC – Donations can be dropped off M-F, 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the CAFB warehouse in DC.
Location: Lorton, VA – Donations may be dropped off Tuesday – Thursday, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. A no-touch donation box may be found in their parking lot for those more comfortable with this option. Located at 6833 Hill Park Drive, Lorton, VA 22079.
Volunteer Need: There is an urgent need for volunteers to pack and sort food at the DC Warehouse. Shifts are M-S, 9 a.m. – noon and 1 – 4 p.m. Click to sign up for a shift. Volunteers 12-17 must have an adult chaperone. Closed-toe shoes, mask, and gloves required. If you have any questions, please contact Paul Entis.
Agency Contact: Jamila Smith
Volunteer Need: Support a shelter caring for those in need in our community! Simply answer calls and open the door (via buzzer) at the front desk of the Carpenter’s Shelter in Alexandria. A background check will be required but is done quickly. Click here to learn more.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington (CCDA)
Location: Northern Virginia
Volunteer Needs: Drivers: Assist indoor drop deliveries of essential items. Food sorters: assist in packing ready to go meal bags, for our evening meals at Christ House as well as distribution bags at our pantry sites in Alexandria, Manassas, Front Royal, and Leesburg. Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Donation Needs: Food Donations are needed, for our food pantries, and medical clinic. Grab and Go prepackaged meals, and well as ready to eat non-perishable items, particularly shelf-stable milk.
Centreville United Methodist Church
Agency Contact: Phil Mohr
Donation Needs: Non-perishable food donations are urgently needed. These items may be placed in the shopping cart outside the church entrance every day. It is brought inside and stocked every evening.
Communities of Trust
Agency Contact: Cindy Kowal
The Fairfax County Communities of Trust Committee (COTC) is a diverse citizen group focused on strengthening and building positive relationships between public safety agencies and the communities they serve. During the COVID pandemic, they have facilitated the Help from the Heart Community Campaign an ongoing goods drive to support local Community Based organizations. Donations can be dropped off at local Police Stations day or night and be placed in the Communities of Trust drop boxes. Click to find out the toiletries and other items being collected.
Communities in Schools NOVA
Agency Contact: Destiny Delaware
Donation Needs: Help support families in need by donating Giant gift cards ($50 or more to eliminate trips), Safeway gift cards (fewer needed, but at least 5-10 cards because there are fewer community resources/food banks available in 7 corners area), Reusable masks, Disinfectant products, and Thermometers.
Location: Falls Church
Agency Contact: Nora Lopez
Volunteer Needs: Online Computer Instructors able to teach Zoom, YouTube, Google and other online platforms to students who possess basic computer skills. Hours are very flexible and are conducted from the safe comfort of your location. Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Donation Needs: Computer CORE is partnering to support several community needs, including support with FCPS’s distance learning. They are in high need of working laptops. Specs include: Intel Core i3, i5, i7, AMD, Ryzen or equivalent. 8gb, SSD (Solid State) preferred.
Agency Contact: Susan Alger
Donation Needs: Multiple donations and locations available for drop off – click to find out all items needed. Examples of needed items are food, gas, and food gift cards, cleaning and toiletry products, personal care items (new and unopened)adult sweatshirts and sweatpants (size S to 4XL), new men’s and women’s underwear/t-shirts/sports bras.
CRi (Choice. Respect. independence.)
Agency Contact: Janet Davison
Donation Needs: PPE Gowns, PPE Masks, Disinfectant spray/wipes, Bleach, Paper TowelClorox Wipes, toilet paper, and baby wipes, thermometers, Personal Care Products Feminine Hygiene Products, Latex and food service gloves, Liquid and Bar soap, Hand sanitizer and Gift cards. Click here to learn where donations can be dropped off.
ECHO (Ecumenical Community Helping Others)
Agency Contact: Anita King
Donation Needs: Multiple food and toiletry donations needed, click here to learn more. Monetary donations are needed, as well.
Edu-Futuro (Educación Para Nuestro Futuro)
Agency Contact: Rachel Palermo
Volunteer Needs: Tutors/Homework Helpers – During FCPS Distance Learning COVID-19 response, volunteers fluent in English and one other language (primarily Spanish) are needed to assist English Language Learners in all grades. Click here for more information.
Donation Needs: Edu-Futuro seeks monetary donations to assist low-income families who have lost jobs due to the COVID-19 disruption with rental and food assistance, medicine, and other immediate needs. To donate, go to edu-futuro.org and click on the donate button.
Embry Rucker Community Shelter
Donation Needs: The Embry Rucker Community Shelter (ERCS) is a 70-bed residential shelter that provides healthy, safe, emergency housing for individuals and families. A variety of food and goods are needed, click here to learn more.
FACETS Cares Inc
Agency Contact: Joe Fay
Volunteer Needs: Contact: Tammy Voss
• Homework Assistance – Volunteers are needed to assist students in low-income communities with their homework. This will be a 1-1 basis over the phone, Facetime, or ZOOM. A background check will be required.
• Career Coaching & Financial Literacy – Volunteers are needed to assist individuals in low-income communities with their professional coaching and financial literacy development. Virtually, you will be conducting career coaching, resume assistance (1-1 & small groups), or teaching financial literacy (basic & advanced). A background check will be required.
Donation Needs: FACETS has multiple needed donations. To find out all the items needed please visit the FACETS website. Make a Financial Contribution, donate Non-Perishable Food Items or Gift Cards. Donations can be delivered to FACETS, 10700 Page Avenue, Building B, Fairfax, VA 22030.
• FACETS is partnering with local restaurants feeling the pinch during this economic challenge and provide a much needed hot meal for those in need. The person/group would order meals and FACETS would pick up and deliver the meals on the behalf of the donor(s). Contact Tammy Voss for more details.
Fairfax County Department of Family Services: Adults and Aging
Agency Contact: Nadia Hoonan
Donation Needs: Supplies are needed to create toiletry kits/items for older adults and adults with disabilities. Click to learn more.
Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) Administration
Location: Falls Church
Agency Contact: Elizabeth Murphy
Donation Needs: Due to COVID-19, there is a greater need for funds to support distance learning for underprivileged students. This supports the purchase of laptops, MiFis, and other support needed for this effort. Please donate online at www.fcpsfoundation.org.
Falls Church Anglican Church
Agency Contact: Julie Rich
Donation Needs: In partnership with Comunidad and the Chinese Christian Church, The Falls Church Anglican has organized a 3-6 pm food drive to provide critically needed food to those in the Falls Church area. Food is delivered weekly to the homes of families and individuals. On Monday, May 25 from 9-11 am they will have an onsite distribution for those in the community. To find out the needed items and more information, click here.
Falls Church Community Service Council (FCS)
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-237-2562
Volunteer Need: Pickup and deliver a week’s worth of food to deserving families in Falls Church. Deliveries are made Monday through Saturday. Volunteers are on call one day every other week. Food Pantry is located at Knox Presbyterian Church in Falls Church.
Donation Needs: Due to COVID-19, great need is being experienced for donations to the food pantry. Click to learn more.
Falls Church-McLean Children’s Center
Location: Falls Church
Agency Contact: Renee Boyle
Donation Needs: Grocery store gift cards and funds to support low-income families in this area. These are families whose parents are often employed at local restaurants and have lost that income because of the pandemic. Also, children at the center usually receive 2 healthy meals and 2 healthy snacks every day when they are there. Click to learn more.
Family Preservation and Strengthening Services (PASS)
Agency Contact: Pat Kearns
Donation Needs: Due to COVID-19, families are experiencing increases in need for financial assistance and grocery support. To help us serve these families in need, please send financial donations and grocery gift cards to give to these families fighting against homelessness and hunger. Click to learn more.
Agency Contact: Diane Beatley
Volunteer Need: Volunteers are needed to call Seniors! For the “Check-in and Chat” program, youth over 14 and adults will call Fellowship Square residents, many of whom live alone and are feeling anxious about the pandemic and feel isolated.
Food & Friends, Inc.
Location: Metro DC Area
Agency Contact: Katrina Mathis
Volunteer Needs: Food and Friends provides fresh meals and groceries at no cost to people with AIDS and other life-challenging illnesses throughout the metro area. Due to the impacts of the COVID 19 crisis, volunteers are critically needed.
• Kitchen Prep – Grab your apron and help out in the kitchen preparing meals! Food and Friends provides fresh meals and groceries at no cost to people with AIDS and other life-challenging illnesses throughout the metro area. Due to the impacts of the COVID 19 crisis, volunteers are critically needed. Volunteers will chop, slice, bag, scoop, tie, and more! Shifts are available for 6-8 a.m. and 9-noon Mon-Sat and 1-3:30 p.m. and 5-8 p.m. Mon – Thurs. Orientation and background check required if volunteering outside a designated group of 4-6 people.
• Groceries to Go – Due to the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis, volunteer need is extremely high. Volunteers will be bagging groceries for the Groceries to Go! program. Food and Friends provide fresh meals and groceries at no cost to people with AIDS and other life-challenging illnesses throughout the metro area. Volunteer according to your availability. Daily volunteering is NOT required. Shifts are available for 6-8 a.m. and 9-noon Mon-Sat and 1-3:30 p.m. and 5-8 p.m. Mon – Thurs. Orientation and background check required if volunteering outside a designated group of 4-6 people. “Express interest” and you will receive an email with further instructions on how to get involved in this rewarding volunteer opportunity.
• Meal Delivery – Programmatically, delivery is our highest need and also allows volunteers to assist without having to be in such close proximity to others. Delivery volunteers will pick up at 15-minute intervals and collect the food outside under the red awning. You will need to use your own vehicle and will be given 3-8 stops which can take between 1/5 and 3 hours to complete. The deliveries are contactless.
Food for Neighbors
Agency Contact: Renee Maxwell
Donation Needs: Food for Neighbors addresses food insecurity experienced by teens in 21 NOVA middle and high schools. During COVID, the need is even greater. Where currently available, the nonprofit is purchasing food to package and distribute as weekend food bags, and it is also providing grocery gift cards. Monetary donations can be made at: https://www.foodforneighbors.org/donate/.
Food for Others
Agency Contact: Nikki Clifford
Donation Needs: Food – canned meats, chili, rice (1-2 pound bags), pasta, pasta sauce, canned fruit, produce Medium-sized boxes – banker sized, printer paper sized.
Agency Contact: Janet Thompson
Volunteer Needs: Hope Ambassadors – Support the Good360 operations team with critical phone call information campaigns supporting our network of impactful nonprofit organizations across the country. Click to learn more.
Good Shepherd Housing (GSH)
Agency Contact: Candice Bennett
Donation Needs: Due to COVID-19, residents are experiencing an increase in families needing assistance with covering housing costs. To help Good Shepherd Housing meet this great need, please consider donating – click here.
Groveton Baptist Church Clothes Closet
Donation Needs: As a result of COVID-19, there’s an increase in the need for emergency food. Donations are needed for Emergency Food Bags. Click to learn more.
HealthWorks for Northern Virginia
Donation Needs: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), surgical or N95 masks (any size), face shields/goggles, gowns, disposable gloves, hand sanitizer, sanitizing wipes, and financial donations.
Volunteer/Donation Needs: The First Baptist Church of Herndon, in concert with other Herndon/Reston congregations, is leading the HERNDON CARES campaign to order take out dinners from favorite local restaurants to provide to those in the community who are feeling the financial strain during the COVID-19 pandemic. As over 1,000 people have requested meals, donations are very much appreciated. Click here to learn more.
Herndon Neighborhood Resource Center
Donation Needs: Cleaning products-Clorox wipes, bleach, other disinfectants, spray bottles, paper towels.
Herndon-Reston FISH, Inc.
Agency Contact: Mary Saunders
Volunteer Need: The Bargain Loft Thrift Store, a program of Herndon-Reston FISH, reopened on July 14, 2020 at 10 a.m. The store management is seeking volunteers to help on the store’s sales floor. No experience needed, will be trained. Each shift is approximately 2.5 hours. Applicants must be over 16 years of age.
Donation Needs: Herndon-Reston FISH provides emergency financial assistance to neighbors in great need. During the COVID-19 pandemic, monetary donations are needed significantly more. These donations cover rent, utilities, medical prescriptions, and other critical needs in for those in need in the Herndon-Reston area. Donations can be made online at www.herndonrestonfish.org/donate or you can mail a check to Herndon-Reston FISH 1141 Elden Street, Suite 200, Herndon, VA 20170.
House of Mercy
Agency Contact: Sophia Crooks
Volunteer Need: Many volunteers are needed to help support the House of Mercy during COVID positions include pantry assistants, food packers, Donation Center and Thrift store helpers are all needed, approximately 20 volunteers per shift. Shifts are available Mon-Sat 10-5 (you can work out the time of your service with their volunteer coordinator). Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Donation Needs: As a result of the need created from the COVID-19 pandemic, the House of Mercy is in critical need of food staples. To find out the exact location and hours for drop off as well as the most critically needed items click here.
Humane Society of Fairfax County Inc.
Agency Contact: Gina Lynch
Donation Needs: Families in need include our four-legged family members, too. Pet food is needed to help families in need to feed their pets. This will help keep these pets out of the local shelter and not break the hearts of families feeling there is no other choice than to give them up. Dry and moist food is needed for cats and dogs.
JK Community Farm
Agency Contact: Samantha Kuhn
Volunteer Needs: Farm Planting – no farming or gardening experience required! How You Can Help From Home: Volunteers who are unable to leave their homes during this difficult time are still greatly appreciated. We have tasks such as healthy seasonal recipes, food education activities, blog writing, and fundraising that we would love your help with! Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
The Koinonia Foundation, Inc
Agency Contact: Judy Davis
Donation Needs: The Koinonia Foundation in the Franconia area of Springfield is in critical need of these nonperishable items to serve those in need, particularly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to find a list of needed items. Drop-offs can be made at the back of the building located at 6037 Franconia Rd, Alexandria, VA 22310 Monetary donations and gift cards can be mailed to that address or made electronically through koinoniacares.org.
Lewinsville Retirement Residence
Agency Contact: Julia Lleva
Volunteer Needs: Grocery and Supply Pick Up for Seniors – Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Location: Herndon, Ashburn, and Sterling
Agency Contact: Lisa Lombardozzi
Volunteer Needs: Food Pick Up & Delivery Volunteers – Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Donation Needs: soap, shampoo, toothpaste, and nonperishable foods. Items can be dropped off at Herndon United Methodist Church (701 Bennett St., Herndon) – there is a container in the front of the church to place donations inside.
Lorton Community Action Center (LCAC)
Agency Contact: Erin
Donation Needs: During COVID-19, Lorton Community Action Center has multiple needed donations. Click here to find an updated list of all the items needed. You can also make a donation via their Amazon wish list. Donations can be dropped off Mon/Tues/Thurs before 3 pm. Financial gifts, which can be made on their website, help to purchase food, or meet financial assistance needs for families and seniors impacted at this time.
Lysosomal & Rare Disorders Research & Treatment Center
Agency Contact: Uyensa Beese
Donation Needs: Hand sanitizer and disinfecting cleaning supplies for patient rooms.
Agency Contact: D’Mario Hill
Volunteer Needs: Grocery Bagging and Food Order Support Volunteers – click here to learn more about this opportunity.
McLean Bible Church
Agency Contact: Roxy Hockensmith
In response to COVID-19, McLean Bible Church has partnered with and become a major food collection and distribution center with the Capital Area Food Bank.
Volunteer Needs: Volunteers are needed in two-hour shifts, to bag produce or pack food boxes of nonperishables that are distributed to communities in need all throughout DC, MD & NOVA. Drivers for large trucks (similar to the larger UHAUL trucks) are also needed. Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Donation Needs: Click here for a list of donated goods needed for the food bank. Agency Contact for donations is Lauren Brogdon
MK9s Service Dogs
Agency Contact: Michele Khol or 703-336-3618
Volunteer Need: Canine Mentor – Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Mount Vernon At Home
Agency Contact: Jan Ridgely
Volunteer Need: Mount Vernon at Home is a nonprofit in Mount Vernon and Alexandria region serving senior citizens. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, seniors are a high at-risk group. As a result, help is needing getting them to and from medical appointments. Mount Vernon at Home can help with providing available sanitizing products and can reimburse for mileage. Safety measures will be in place to protect you and the senior while driving. Masks must be worn at all times. A background check is required. Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Neighborhood Health VA
Agency Contact: Nara Hojvat-Gallin
Donation Needs: (all new, unopened in packaging) – disposable face or surgical masks and N95 respirators, disposable gloves, hand sanitizer, disinfectants, and disinfecting wipes, protective goggles. Monetary donations may be made online.
New Hope Housing (NHH)
Location: Falls Church & Ft. Belvoir
Agency Contact: Sami Smyth
• Sandwich/Lunch Making – Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
• Shelter Home Cooking Hero – Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Northern Virginia Dental Clinic, Inc.
Location: Falls Church
Agency Contact: Tom Wilson
Volunteer Needs: Dentists and dental hygienists are needed in a volunteer capacity to help those in need with emergency, critical dental care. These are individuals who do not have dental insurance and place within the poverty level in our area. Locations in Fairfax and Sterling. Must have a current Virginia Dental License, background, and professional check required.
Donation Needs: Need N95 masks and can also use level-3 masks.
Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS)
Location: Northern Virginia
• Homemade Summer Camp Kits – Click here to learn more about this opportunity. Agency Contact: Karen Horowitz
• DIY Masks for Essential NVFS Staff – Click here to learn more about this opportunity. Agency Contact: C’Asha Faltz
• NVFS/SERVE Hunger Resource Center Warehouse Volunteers – Click here to learn more about this opportunity. Location: Manassas Agency Contact: Navara Cannon
Donation Needs: Click here for information about how to drop off donations.
• Diapers and wipes • Shelf-stable canned goods • Household Cleaning supplies (Clorox wipes, Lysol, rubbing alcohol) • Antibacterial soap • Grocery Gift Cards • Also needed: canned meats and fish, hot and cold cereal, cooking oil, boxed mac n cheese, pasta sauce, canned vegetables, canned fruit, canned and dry soup, canned and dry beans & canned pasta meals, low sodium items, gluten-free items.
NOVA ScriptsCentral, Inc.
Location: Falls Church
Agency Contact: Donney John
Donation Needs: Help NOVA Scripts Central help the neediest in the area secure important prescriptions. Click to learn more.
Agency Contact: Caroline Moyer
Donation Needs: Pathway Homes is seeking COVID-19 masks to ensure the safety of those they serve and their essential workers. Pathway Homes provides housing and/or supportive services to over 1200 people who have experienced homelessness and mental illness. If you are sewing Coronavirus masks for those in need, Pathway Homes would like to be considered for a donation. For more information: www.pathwayhomes.org/pathway-homes-covid-1 or email email@example.com.
Rising Hope United Methodist Church
Agency Contact: Venisa McCormick or (703) 360-1976
Donation Needs: Rising Hope United Methodist Church urgently needs nonperishable food to provide to those in need through their food pantry. Critically needed goods include: canned meats, pasta sauce, pasta, beans, rice, canned vegetables, peanut butter, jelly, and canned fruit. Donations can be dropped off in the rear of the building.
Salvation Army Fairfax
Agency Contact: Angela Soriano
Donation Needs: Care Package Creation – The Salvation Army Fairfax is collecting items for seniors and others in vulnerable populations. You can help by creating care packages from the security of your own home and safely dropping them off at our location. Click here to learn more about this opportunity. You may also donate online: www.salvationarmynca.org/covid19
Agency Contact: Christine Bartell
Donation Needs: Second Story, an organization that assists at-risk youth, is in need of $10- $20 gift cards from area restaurants, Walmart, Target, and grocery stores. Also needed shelf-stable food, hand sanitizer, toilet paper, and size 5 & 6 packages of diapers. Click here for information about how to drop off donations.
Agency Contact: Randy Glantz
Donation Needs: Accepts perishable and non-perishable food donations. Donated items are distributed to families and individuals in need. Click here for information about specific items needed.
Shelter House, Inc.
Location: Patrick Henry Family Shelter (Falls Church) & Katherine Hanley Family Shelter (Fairfax)
Agency Contact: Nurjan Ahmedova
Volunteer Needs: Meal to Go and Activity Kit Making – Do you have a little extra time on your hand and want to help those in need? Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Donation Needs: The Katherine Hanley & Patrick Henry Family Shelters are in great need of supplies to care for their guests residing in the shelters. They are only able to accept ONLINE orders delivered to their location. Please go to their Amazon Wish List and have needed items shipped directly to them. Supplies required are air mattresses, pots and pans, laundry detergent, full-size toiletries, cleaning supplies, crib sheets and blankets, disinfectants, towels, and washcloths. Agency Contact: Mary Hamilton.
The Arc of Northern Virginia
Location: Falls Church
Agency Contact: Rikki Epstein
Donation Needs: The Arc of Northern Virginia requests financial donations to sustain critical work supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. Please use this link to make your donation today.
The Shepherd’s Center of McLean-Arlington-Falls Church
Agency Contact: Betty Douglass
Donation Needs: Home sewn masks needed for – During this pandemic, volunteers continue to provide rides for seniors to doctor and health care appointments. These volunteer drivers are primarily retirees and also fall into the “vulnerable population” demographic. Masks will be given to drivers and clients receiving rides. Click here for information about how to drop off donations.
The Shepherd’s Center of Oakton-Vienna
Agency Contact: Susan Garvey
• Make Deliveries to Seniors – Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
• Development & Grant Committee Volunteers – Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
• Friendly Caller Volunteer – Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Travelers Aid of Dulles Airport
Agency Contact: Tina Mally
Volunteer Needs: Dulles Airport Food Pantry Donation Pick Up Volunteers – Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Donation Needs: A large number of employees at Dulles Airport have been furloughed due to the COVID-19 crisis. They are struggling to purchase food and other needs. Travelers Aid – Dulles has set up a food pantry for them and is providing assistance. Food and monetary donations (in memo field state Dulles Airport Food Pantry) are needed to support these efforts. Click here for information about how to drop off donations.
Traveling Players Ensemble
Location: Great Falls
Agency Contact: Robin Carroll
Donation Needs: During COVID-19, Traveling Players is working hard to develop innovative, educational theatre programs for youth. This includes new online interactive programs and planning for adaptations of our traditional camps. Click here to learn how to make a donation.
Tree of Life Ministries
Agency Contact: Dell Nunaley
Volunteer Needs: Food Pantry Volunteers – Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Donation Needs: Cooking Oil, Canned Meats & Fruit, Sugar, Flour, and Pasta Sauce. For regular listings in real-time, go to www.tolministries.org.
29 Diner – Community First Initiative
Agency Contact: John Wood
Donation/Volunteer Needs: Diner Community Pantry and Kitchen Volunteers – Through donations by the public, the diner is providing free meals and pantry goods to those in need in Fairfax. Hot meals are being delivered to hospitals and shelters. Several volunteers every day are needed to help deliver meals and goods to those in need, assemble pantry bags, portion out food for distribution, prep/cook food, and distribute meals and pantry bags to those arriving in person for assistance. Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Agency Contact: Deborah Halla
Volunteer Needs: Food Pantry Line Crowd Controllers – Click to learn more about this opportunity.
Donation Needs: Support their Coronavirus Emergency Response Fund, dedicated to helping this unprecedented need. Click to join United Community to support our vulnerable neighbors with your gift of fulfillment and hope.
United Way of the National Capital Area
Contribute to the Emergency Assistance Fund (EAF) to promote the health, education, and financial stability of our community, especially for those residents who have or will be impacted by restrictions and closures of schools, businesses, and community institutions designed to slow the spread of the virus. Click to contribute to this fund.
Location: Fairfax County
Agency Contact: Tejas Patel
• Volunteer Emergency Team (VET) Leaders – be a part of a group that assists in an emergency by organizing and deploying volunteers to support the needs in the community. Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
• Handmade Masks and Mask Holders – Volunteers are needed to sew masks and 3-D mask holders for our nonprofit organizations in need. Completed items can be dropped off at the American Legion in Fairfax City. Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Donation Needs: Just like our nonprofit partners, Volunteer Fairfax depends upon donations to carry out our critical mission to mobilize volunteers for growing community demands – we need you by our side to support us. We Are Stronger Together! Click to donate now.
Volunteers of America Chesapeake
Location: Metro DC Area
Volunteer Needed: Donation Callers needed – work from home making phone calls to our donors. Click here to learn more about this opportunity.
Western Fairfax Christian Ministries (WFCM)
Donation Needs: Donate online or by ordering and shipping food items to our office using our Amazon Wish List as a guide which is set up for single-serve items for kids to eat while schools are closed.
Women Giving Back (A HomeAid Northern Virginia Program)
Agency Contact: Julia Michels
Donation Needs: Monetary donations help this organization stay open and serve those in need, click to donate now. In-kind needs are non-perishable food, drink and snack items, microwavable lunches and dinners, baby food and formula (Similac), diapers – all sizes (newborn – 7), diaper wipes, toiletries, paper towels, feminine hygiene supplies, you can also have items sent using the Amazon Wish List.
Workhouse Arts Center
Agency Contact: Elena Romanova
Donation Needs: Due to COVID-19, the Workhouse Arts Center was closed on March 13. They have had to refund thousands of dollars to class participants and performance attendees. This resulted in a large income loss for their artists and the Workhouse. While a small number of individuals kindly donated the refund back to the Workhouse, there is still a significant gap in funding. Click here to make this critically needed monetary donation.
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