OP3portunities Newsletter

OP3 Partnership and Resource Development in 2018

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As OP3 embraces 2019 we look ahead toward opportunities to partner in new and exciting ways with our for-profit, nonprofit and public partners.
Coming up in January:

  • The Housing Hackathon January 24-25 at the Northern Virginia Center where we are working with Mason, UVA and VA Tech and sponsor Avalon Bay to identify technology solutions to some of the more vexing questions about housing resources and our disabled and ageing populations.
  • It is the 11th year of Stuff the Bus where the County partners with our local grocers, and nonprofits to restock emergency food providers. This year will be more important than ever as families affected by the shutdown may need to tap into our local food banks – creating even more demand than ever!

The info below highlights a few of the ways OP3 and our partners impacted our community in 2018.


Resource Development

Community Partnerships

Accolades & Education

  • Worked closely with Tysons Partnership on their three month giving program– “Tysons Cares” which raised $100,000 worth of community contributions. Events included Tysons Tailgate (benefitting Second Story), Shoes4Kids (benefitting FCPS), and the Tysons Food for Others 5K.








Office of Public Private Partnerships

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