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What is OP3
The Fairfax County Office of Public Private Partnerships (OP3) serves as a clearing house and point of contact for public agencies, non-profit organizations, and businesses interested in working together.
  What We Do
OP3 creates and develops public private partnerships to stimulate positive change in the community and encourage civic involvement and responsibility. The office brings together representatives and resources from public and private sectors to address community issues impacting the quality of life in Fairfax County.
Companies that Care
Corporate citizens positively impact quality of life and strengthen our community.

Partnerships Explore Opportunities
Take initiative and make a difference in your community by volunteering or providing resources.

Partnerships Nonprofit and Community Resources
Information on funding, resources, and volunteers are critical to non-profits.

‘Tis The Season:

Let’s volunteer and be a holiday hero! Consider gathering your friends, family and work colleagues together to give back during this special time of year. Check out Fairfax’s Holiday Guide to Volunteering for opportunities for you to give back this year!

Stuff the Bus

Did you know that after the holidays food drives are long over local food banks runs dangerously low? You can make a difference, by aiding the community in filling the food pantry shelves with Stuff the Bus, food pantry giving campaign, starting on January the 19th.

Companies that Care

Last month we spotlighted SOSi for giving back to the community. Now this month SOSi ramps up their USO community support and their employees will be packing care packages for the Project Elf program,  which is a program that donates gifts to military children during the holiday season!

Upcoming Events
Visit our calendar to learn more about more opportunities.

Email partnerships@fairfaxcounty.gov to sign up for our enewsletter!