nvfs Fund for families

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For 100 years, Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS) has helped individuals and families tap into their own inherent resilience and address the root causes of the problems they face, so they can transform their lives. As we celebrate this century of service, we’re not just looking back, we’re looking forward. We’re excited to introduce the NVFS Fund for Families, a campaign that will allow us to work towards a future in which every person in our community has the access, support, and resources they need to realize a thriving future.

Key Factors Driving Us to Act Today

Our Goals

  • Comprehensive Service Model: We seek to provide a fully comprehensive service model, whereby NVFS clients have full access to any program or service they need, no matter their initial entry point allowing for a personalized approach to each unique situation that generates deeper long-term results.
  • Capacity Building: Continue to prioritize our frontline staff, recognizing the indispensable role they play. We believe in supporting and developing our staff, ensuring their well-being, and equipping them to help individuals navigate through the most difficult challenges they may face in their lives.
  • Expansion: We will expand the breadth and depth of our services to meet increased demand and ensure access to all who need it. NVFS currently has waitlists in the hundreds for numerous programs. Funding from this campaign will allow us to shift resources quickly to where it’s needed most.

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Your gift sends a strong signal to other leaders in the community that nothing is more important than uplifting our neighbors in communities with historical disadvantages. With your help, we can ensure that all families in Northern Virginia have a path to a safe, healthy, and financially sustainable life.

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Learn more about investing in your community through the NVFS Fund for Families campaign by contacting Kathleen McMahon, NVFS Executive Vice President of Development and Communications, at kmcmahon@nvfs.org.