Impact homelessness today.
Give your time –
Volunteers needed to assist in the 100K homes Registry Week. Volunteers will create a registry,
by name and photograph, of everyone experiencing homelessness in our area.
The personalized stories about these individuals will help us make
important decisions about how to prioritize and allocate housing and
support resources. Register online or contact Tom Barnett.
The NOVA Coalition, a part of the Volunteer Income Tax
Assistance Program, established partnerships with these local financial
institutions to help low income people achieve economic stability.
Bank, M&T Bank and Wells Fargo, who
have helped more than 720 VITA clients open new accounts while donating $50-
$100 in start-up funds and fueling up VITA volunteers with lunch and
who provided over 250 free credit reports to job seekers attending the
2012 Fairfax Mega Job Fair and Entrepreneurship Expo.
The goal to connect people with low incomes to financial
education is an important key to financial survival. Services that help people gain financial independence include personal finance counseling, budget workshops, access to free credit
reports and scores, credit repair strategies and opportunities to open bank
accounts and learn about the importance of saving.
A "tip of the hat" to our local institutions whose
commitment to financial education and, more important, financial literacy
makes them standout!
Non-Profit Education Series
Microsoft Office Store
Tysons Corner, VA
Catalogue for Philanthropy Applications
Due February 25
How Forward-Thinking Companies are Effectively Communicating
Fairfax County Chamber
Leadership Fairfax Board of Supervisors Breakfast
Waterford, Fair Oaks
NOTE: Grant Center (GRTC) Hours
Monday 10-4;Tuesday 10-4; Wednesday 10-4:30; Thursday
For additional grant and training opportunities, view our calendar