“Neighbors in Need Fund” Awards $450K+ to Area Charities Providing Critical Safety-Net Services
Doorways for Women & Families
To support housing programs for victims of domestic violence
Fairfax Area Christian Emergency and Transitional Services, Inc.
To support services and programs for individuals in Fairfax County who are homeless, on a homeless shelter waiting list or living in assisted-housing
Father McKenna Center
To provide shelter, food, and clothing for the homeless
Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services, Inc.
To assist low-income families facing housing crises
To support the emergency needs of low-income and disadvantaged residents of Montgomery County, MD, including food, shelter, and utilities
Korean Community Services Center of Greater Washington
For program support to assist Asian American families with urgent basic needs and emergency cash assistance
Manna Food Center
To provide food to individuals and families
N Street Village, Inc.
To support shelter and permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless women
Offender Aid and Restoration of Arlington, Inc.
For security deposits, first month's rent, crisis rental assistance, and utility bills to place ex-offenders and their families in housing pre-approved for leases by landlords
Offender Aid and Restoration of Fairfax County
To support the transitional and family services program which provides food, shelter, clothing, rent/utility supplements, and transportation to needy individuals or families involved in the criminal justice system
Rachael's Women's Center
To support the day shelter
Reston Interfaith, Inc.
To support the Emergency and Self-Sufficiency Services Program, which provides financial assistance to families and individuals in northwestern Fairfax County
To support the family emergency shelter, food distribution center, and transitional housing programs
So Others Might Eat
To provide funding for the Dwelling Place Shelter for Abused Elderly which serves low-income seniors ages 60 and above
- Terri L. Freeman