OP3 receives partnership requests from many different organizations. The requests are reviewed and must meet three main criteria to be considered.
Fairfax Community Connections: A virtual collaboration of groups that includes non-profit organizations, chambers of commerce, Leadership Fairfax, businesses and other groups in Fairfax County focused on finding and sharing volunteer opportunities. This is a central place for people to go to find out how to make a difference and share success stories about how they made a difference. Learn more
Volunteer Fairfax: Since 1975, Volunteer Fairfax as served as the respected leader of community volunteerism in Fairfax County and beyond, providing services and programs that mobilize the nonprofit community and offering meaningful opportunities for citizens to engage in the community.
Fairfax County Sports Committee: Originally convened by OP3, several Fairfax County organizations have formed a public-private partnership to expand the area's lineup of sports competitions and related initiatives to enrich the quality of life of community residents. Learn more
Broadband CNCT: Cox Communications and OP3 connected an underserved local neighborhood with high-speed broadband access at a discounted service rate provided by Cox. Refurbished computers were provided to families with FCPS children along with education software and training on how to use school and community internet resources to strengthen family connections with school and improve academic outcomes. Learn more
Fairfax County Restoration Project: Local businesswoman, Amy Gould, and OP3 created FCRP in an effort to bring together a variety of organizations to address the soil restoration, wildlife, and plant issues being created by the HOT Lanes Project. FCRP's goal is to foster relationships between state, county, business, and non-profit organizations for the purpose of finding ways to work together to improve the County's quality of life. Learn more
Fathers In Touch: OP3 facilitated a partnership agreement between the Capital Youth Empowerment Program (CYEP), Fairfax County Department of Family Services, and the University of Maryland to provide parenting classes for fathers. Fathers In Touch, a program created by the CYEP, was developed to address the fatherless home epidemic that is prevalent in our society. The program's objective is to develop committed, responsible fathers who establish values for their children and provide a nurturing environment for their family. Learn more
Computer Learning Center Partnership (CLCP): OP3 convened a partnership between CSC Corporation and the Fairfax County Department of Community Recreation Services to fully fund CLCP program in the Kingsley Commons housing development in Falls Church. CSC will provide support to the Kingsley Commons CLCP through a gift of $150,000 over a three-year period. Learn more
Medical Care for Children Partnership (MCCP): Established in 1986, MCCP is an exciting public private partnership that is a proven model of community problem-solving. MCCP-eligible children have working parents whose incomes are too high for Medicaid but too low to be able to afford health care. The MCCP Foundation works to ensure that every child receives the medical and dental care needed to thrive and realize his or her dreams of good health. Learn more