We serve: All low-income people and victims of domestic abuse regardless of their faith, ethnicity, or gender.
What we do: We provide humanitarian aid to needy individuals and families living in Northern Virginia.
Why we serve: To empower people to be self-sufficient, to build strong families and to be a force of good in our community.
“Your non-profit community service work over the past four years is a shining example of the spirit and care we have as members of the greater Herndon community… Your humanitarian services for the poor, elderly and immigrant community makes a big difference in the quality of life for many families and is a major contribution to a healthy and diversified community fabric bound by the common thread of concern for each other.”
“FAITH staff members have provided intervention services to our Muslim victims of domestic violence. They have accompanied clients to our domestic services unit for protective orders and other court paperwork… Their case management work has been excellent. It has responded not just to the physical and emotional needs but also to the religious and cultural sensitivities of the clients.”