Not lucky enough to be attending the Selena Gomez concert on Thursday? Then stop by Braddock District Supervisor John Cook's volunteer fair to learn about opportunities for giving back to your community.
Local nonprofits will join Supervisor Cook at the Little Run Elementary School cafeteria from 7:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. Participating organizations will set up display tables with information on the organization, and members will be there to answer questions.
Volunteering helps make Fairfax County such a special and vibrant place to live. In addition, volunteering gives the volunteer a sense of personal value and self-worth. Volunteering opportunities exist in helping the homeless, environmental cleanup, assisting the elderly, beautifying neighborhoods, and in many other areas.
When: Thursday, Oct. 10, 7:30 p.m. until 9 p.m.
Where: Little Run Elementary School Cafeteria (4511 Olley Lane, Fairfax, VA)
- Organizations attending are:
- Shepherd's Center (Burke, Fairfax)
- Volunteer Solutions
- Volunteer Fairfax
- Fairfax FISH
- Fairfax Rebuilds
- Troop Treats
- Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program
- Friends of Accotink Creek
- OP 3
- Lifetime Learning Institute
- Fairfax ReLeaf
- Office for Women & Domestic and Sexual Violence Services
- Northern Virginia Family Services
- ACCA Inc - The Annandale Christian Community for Action
- Opportunities, Alternatives and Resources (OAR)
- Shepherd's Center (Springfield)
- Capital Caring Hospice
Editor's note: Thanks to Braddock District Supervisor John Cook's office for providing the above information!