Volunteer for NVFS
Volunteer Program Philosophy
Volunteers have always been a part of NVFS' rich history - beginning in 1924 - of permanently lifting families out of poverty. NVFS is committed to engaging volunteers in meaningful opportunities that encourage innovative ideas, unique perspectives and specialized expertise. Families are the heart of our community, and volunteers are an essential resource in guiding them on the path to self-sufficiency.
We understand that it takes an investment of time and resources for volunteers to be successful, so we invest in you, our volunteer program and our volunteer management staff. We are thrilled that you are considering joining the team!
Ready to Volunteer?
Navara Cannon: firstname.lastname@example.org, 571.748.2536
Volunteer Coordinator - Arlington/Alexandria, Fairfax, Loudoun counties
Karen Horowitz: email@example.com
Temporary contact for volunteering at the SERVE Campus and western Prince William
Don't see what you're looking for?
We want to hear from you!
We're always open to your ideas and are happy to consider crafting a unique role that fits your skills and interests and our agency needs.
Need Community Service Hours?
School Requirement: Email firstname.lastname@example.org notifying us that you must complete service hours for school. We will email you a Volunteer Registration Form and, once you submit that to us, you can get started at one of our Thrift Shops (Centreville, Falls Church or Manassas) to complete your service hours.
- If the offense is from Prince William County or Manassas City, you must first contact Bill Forquer at Volunteer Prince William, 703.369.5292 ext. 200.
- If the offense is from Fairfax, Arlington, Alexandria or Loudoun, email email@example.com notifying us that you must complete court-ordered service hours. We will need to know total number of hours assigned and your deadline. We will email you a Volunteer Registration Form and, once you submit that to us, you can get started at one of our Thrift Shops.
- IMPORTANT NOTE - We cannot accept court-ordered community service volunteers who have one of the following offenses: theft, robbery, shoplifting, assault.
Our volunteers make a real impact.