A family of four at 125% of the federal poverty income guideline lives on $33,125, and this is the situation for 75% of WFCM clients. They may be experiencing a one-time crisis, have a job-preventing disability, or employment that offers part-time hours and no benefits. The anchor human services nonprofit in western Fairfax County, WFCM provides both food and financial support – a Client Choice Food Pantry: free produce, meat, dairy, shelf-stable foods, toiletries, diapers (in partnership with the Greater DC Diaper Bank), baby food, and formula; help with utility bills (through a partnership with the local utility); and rental assistance. Seasonal and year-round supplemental programs include nutrition workshops, a laundry ministry, student backpack support, and food for the holidays. The goal is to meet basic needs and, when there is a critical financial need, keep clients in their homes.