Category: Basic Needs, Food, & Housing
Offers comprehensive support for individuals lifting themselves out of poverty.
Basic Needs, Food, & Housing
Food, clothing, education & emergency support for underserved families.
Provides emergency food and financial assistance in Alexandria.
Child care and emergency assistance to our vulnerable neighbors.
Providing housing and supporting resident services to lower-income neighbors.
Aims to end homelessness through supportive services and housing.
Offers same-day emergency assistance to cover basic needs for Arlingtonians in crisis.
Offers support to ease, end, and prevent homelessness locally
Helping families overcome homelessness and achieve stable, independent futures.
Supports homeless women in DC with housing, health, employment and education.
Shelter and supportive services for homeless adults and families.
Trans-led multicultural LGBTQ center offering support for those most vulnerable.
Empowers homeless with meals, case management, healthcare and encouraging potential.
Catalyzes affordable housing and economic development in DC.
Support services for homeless and low income families and individuals.
Transitions families from homelessness to independence through housing and educational programming.
Provides housing, healthcare, and supportive services to low-income families.
Providing health and human services for Montgomery County's most vulnerable residents.
CROSSLIST FROMHealth, Wellness, & Senior Services
Building a healthier, more inclusive, local food system.
Advancing food justice in the nation's capital.
Working to improve the nutrition of low-income District residents.
Assists returning citizens and substance abusers who need support.
Provides safe housing for survivors of domestic violence.
Creating pathways out of homelessness, domestic violence and sexual assault.
Serves DCís marginalized communities through local food and community housing.
Prevents homelessness, and re-houses those who have lost their homes.
Early childhood education program serving low-income, working families.
CROSSLIST FROMChildren, Youth, & Families
Housing and case management for Fairfax working homeless.
Provides affordable housing and services for older adults with limited income
Providing free food to neighbors in need in Northern Virginia.
Fights food waste and hunger by empowering student leaders.
Empowers people to leave homelessness and rebuild their lives.
A service-rich day center for chronically homeless individuals.
Affordable housing provider for low-income working families
Renovates housing for the homeless in partnership with shelters.
Empowering homeless/low-income families to create stable homes.
Housing developer and counseling agency for low-income communities.
Provides affordable independent housing for people in mental health recovery.
Provides safety-net services for isolated, low-income elderly.
Houses and cares for ill and dying homeless individuals.
Providing affordable housing and programming to residents of Ward 1.
Distributes food for the weekend to local K-8 students.
Creates communities and homes for adults with intellectual disabilities.
Helps people in financial crisis regain stability and achieve self-sufficiency.
Provides food, emergency financial assistance, youth programs and educational opportunities.
Feeding the hungry of Loudoun County, Virginia.
HUD-approved housing counseling agency and youth mentoring programs.
The main Food Bank serving Montgomery County.
Helps low-income and refugee families rebuild their lives.
Preserves affordable housing to support and strengthen healthy, diverse neighborhoods.
Collaborates to end long-term homelessness in Washington.
Improving the lives of precariously housed and homeless youth.
Provides shelter and services to victims of domestic violence.
Heals lives of homeless women and children by creating new futures.
Recovery home and life management programs for young men.
Collects surplus of fresh food and redistributes to those in need.
Assists individuals returning home from incarceration and court-involved adults and youth.
CROSSLIST FROMLegal Services & Justice Programs
Helping formerly homeless women obtain and maintain permanent housing.
Volunteer-based organization providing free home repairs to low-income homeowners
Serves as a home repair and rehabilitation program for low-income homeowners.
Employs individuals with disabilities and provides education for youth and adults on a local farm.
Provides high-quality legal services for low-income Washingtonians.
Provides housing, treatment, and recovery services to homeless/at-risk individuals.
Supporting, coaching, training our unhoused/unemployed neighbors to reach their goals.
Provides meals, clothing and basic services for individuals experiencing homelessness.
Feeds Fairfax County families in need through volunteer-run food pantry.
Emergency shelter for homeless families with children in Montgomery County.
Purchases and maintains community-based housing for mentally disabled persons.
Housing services for formerly homeless families.
Provides guidance and basic human service to help rebuild lives.
Offers services for hard-to-reach, homeless men, women, and children in the DC area.
Offers safe, welcoming shelter and support to homeless LGBTQ youth
Legal services, advocacy, outreach, and education to address homelessness and affordable housing.
Western Fairfax's go-to referral for emergency needs assistance.
Supports lower income homeowners through access to low-cost home repairs.