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2022 Thanksgiving Food Drive

September 27, 2022 in Uncategorized

2022 Thanksgiving Food Drive 

FACETS’ Thanksgiving Food and Gift Card Drive kicks off the season of giving in our community. As our  neighbors struggle to put food on their tables this year, you can be there for them in their time of need. This year, families are experiencing extreme economic strain, limited resources, and tighter-than-ever budgets. On behalf of the children, families and individuals who will have a meal this Thanksgiving, thank you for your kind and generous support!

To participate in our 2022 Thanksgiving Drive:

Most Needed Items: Download the list of needed items and purchase or collect as many of these items as you can.
Donation Drop-Off: Food and gift cards can be dropped off at our main office – 10700 Page Avenue, Building B, Fairfax VA 22030, between now and November 16th, Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 4 PM.
Large Donations: If you have a large donation that cannot be transported by car, please contact us to discuss pick-up and delivery options.

Contactless ways to participate:

Amazon Wishlist

Make a financial donation online


Thanksgiving is a time to be mindful of our blessings. Thank you for thinking of others during this season of giving and hope. For more information, or if you’d like help organizing a collection at your workplace, within your faith community or neighborhood, or with another organization, please contact Tessa Robinette at or (703) 352-3268.

COVID-19 Update: How You Can Help

March 12, 2020 in Uncategorized

FACETS is closely monitoring the developments around coronavirus (COVID-19). As we do so, we remain dedicated to serving our neighbors who suffer the effects of homelessness, poverty, and hunger in Fairfax County. The health, safety, and well-being of everyone at FACETS is our number one priority and we are doing everything we possibly can to protect our guests, clients, students, families, volunteers and staff.

COVID-19 has quickly overshadowed all other issues, but thus far has not stopped FACETS’ service to highly vulnerable people across all our programs. During this uncertain time, the children, families and individuals we serve are more dependent than ever on FACETS for food, shelter and other essential services. Our doors remain open but we can’t do it alone and we are reaching out to our community for help.

What you can do:

Make a Financial Contribution: Your gifts will help us cover the unexpected costs of the extra measures that are being taken. You can set up a one-time donation or a recurring donation that will go straight to providing food and programming for the children, families and individuals served through FACETS’ Homeless Prevention, Hot Meals, Education and Community Development, and Shelter programs. All donations will be mobilized to help local families and at-risk individuals with food, shelter and other essential needs.


Donations can be mailed to FACETS, 10700 Page Avenue, Building B, Fairfax, VA 22030.

Donate Non-Perishable Food Items or Gift Cards: The most-needed items include:
• Breakfast Foods: Oatmeal, Cereal, Breakfast Bars, Granola Bars
• Canned Meats or Fish: Tuna and other canned meat, such as chicken, stew, chili.
• Peanut Butter and Jelly
• Pasta and Pasta Sauce
• Soup
• Canned Vegetables and Fruit
• Packets of Peanut Butter Crackers
• Bottled water

Donate Non-Food Items: The most-needed items include:
• Household Cleaning Supplies (Clorox wipes, Lysol, Bleach, Paper Towels)
• Hand Sanitizer
• Antibacterial Soap
• Rubber gloves
• Masks
• Gift Cards

Donations can be delivered to FACETS, 10700 Page Avenue, Building B, Fairfax, VA 22030.

Volunteer with FACETS: Volunteers are needed to help with food distributions, increased cleaning schedules, transportation, assisting students and families with remote learning, and other activities. Please contact Suzanne at

CLICK HERE for an updated list of volunteer opportunities at FACETS.

None of us know what the next few weeks will hold but, we do know that the FACETS community is strong and we will weather the storm to be here for our neighbors who need help getting through these unusually challenging times. We are so grateful for our community that continues to bring hope and essential services to our neighbors in need. Knowing that you’re there means so much. Thank you. Stay safe and reach out to those who may need support. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any questions or to call on us if we can help: We will continue to be in touch.

For updated, accurate information about coronavirus, please refer to trusted medical sources:

Fairfax County Government:
Center for Disease Control:
World Health Organization: