Creative Aging Festival
During May celebrate the invigorating effect the arts can have on older adults across Fairfax County. From painting and writing to dancing and music, the arts make living 100 years full of meaning, purpose and grace.
Nominate An Environmental Achiever!
Fairfax County Environmental Excellence Awards recognizes individuals and groups who dedicate time and energy to benefit the environment and support county environmental goals and initiatives. Award recipients are selected by the Environmental Quality Advisory Council. Award nominations due by May 31.
Medical Care for Children Gala
Join MCCP Foundation and their community partners June 3 at the Fairfax Country Club as they celebrate and raise funds to provide medical and dental care to over 3,500 children in Fairfax County last year.
Do More 24
Do More 24 on June 8th is the DMV's largest 24-hour online fundraiser. Powered by United Way of the National Capital Area it brings together nonprofit organizations, partners and donors committed to creating impact in our community. Register your nonprofit
Northern Virginia's largest community-wide celebration arrives June 9-11 at the Fairfax County Government Center. The annual festival hosts tens of thousands of visitors during the three-day run and features music on 8 stages, rides, food and lots of fun!
Park Foundation Combo Classic Golf Tournament June 9-10
In its 27th year this tournament pairs golfers with and without disabilities and sets a standard for competition, amenities and fun. Golfers can play full day of golf with two 18-hole courses, the Oaks and the Lakes. Wounded warriors welcome!
Whole Foods Market partners with community-based nonprofit organizations that support causes complementary to their core values.
Each quarter, Whole Foods identifies a community-based 501c-3 nonprofit organization to feature as the Community 5% Day recipient. The last 5% Day was on March 22nd and benefitted many great organizations such as Art Stream, Arlington Soccer Association, Loudoun First Responders and Fairfax County Firefighters and Friends to the Rescue.
Firefighters and Friends to the Rescue received more than $24,260! "I find it rare that companies will call you asking what can they do to assist you with helping the community, but that's exactly what Whole Foods did. Their support will help us provide even more for the thousands of children we assist every year" noted Battalion Chief Willie F. Bailey
Director of Public Affairs, Community Outreach & Life Safety Education.
Thanks to Whole Foods for being a great community partner!
Check out our calendar for more trainings, resources and ways to get involved.
Digital Afterlife -- Can Your Data Rest in Peace?
1775 Tysons Blvd.
Becoming an Informed Philanthropist: How to Evaluate a Non-Profit's Stability and Health
Giving Circle of Hope
Vol Ffx Secrets to Successful Meetings
Corporate Social Responsibility Panel Breakfast
Angelika Film Center
$25 members/$35 Nonmembers
Outstanding Corporate Citizenship Awards
$100 member/$125 nonmember
Nonprofit Summer Learning Series: National and Regional Philanthropic Trends
Washington Association of Grantmakers
Booz Allen Hamilton