The Unity of Fairfax Compassionate Community Service team is partnering with the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax as they open their doors to provide food and shelter through the Hypothermia Prevention Project. Opportunities include making and serving food, setting up, cleaning up, volunteering to stay overnight, serving breakfast, and transportation. In addition, you can donate money which will be used to purchase gas cards or metro passes for the clients.
It’s hard to believe that in Fairfax County, the second richest county in the United States, many children go hungry on weekends! In Northern Virginia, 1 in 6 children is at risk of or experiencing hunger and 1 in 5 children in public school is eligible for free or reduced-price meals.
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A video scrapbook history of Unity of Fairfax.
Unity of Fairfax talks to homeless individuals in Fairfax County to better understand their needs and how we can help.