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Mission and Purpose
 

The Falls Church Community Service Council, Inc. (FCS), established in 1969, is a coalition of faith communities and human service organizations in the greater Falls Church area.

The purpose of the FCS organization is to provide needed human services to poor and disadvantaged individuals and families in the Falls Church community. The assistance primarily is for short term and emergency needs with the overall mission of helping individuals and families achieve self sufficiency, an improved quality of life and avoid homelessness.


Annual Report
The latest FCS newsletter can be found here.

FCS is still able to provide some services during the current covid-19 crisis. The furniture pick up and delivery program has been temporarily suspended in order to safeguard the health of our volunteers and clients. Financial aid is still being given and food deliveries are continuing. The FCS office at Knox Church is closed, but the staff is reading emails and picking up phone messages remotely. Please consider using the Donate button on this website to help support aid to our community. Donated money will be used to purchase food and to give financial aid. Food donations may still be made, but you will need to make an appointment to drop off the food. Please contact us at fcswecare@aol.com.

THANK YOU -Thank you so much to all of you who have stepped up to help this community through FCS. Everyone has been so generous with time and donations. We have energetic volunteers who have been delivering food. Thanks to your generosity, we have been able to continue delivering food to more families than ever and we have helped many households pay their rent and utility bills.

FCS will once more participate in a Stuff the Bus food drive in cooperation with Fairfax County. On Saturday, September 12 and Saturday, September 26, Fastran buses will again be parked at 21 locations from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to collect food donations. .Donation drop-off for FCS will be located at James Lee Community Center and the Providence Supervisor's Office parking lots. For more information, visit bit.ly/FfxStufftheBus