The FISH Clothing Closet is closed until further notice. Please do not bring donations at this time.
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WELCOME TO FAIRFAX FISH
WHAT WE DO
FISH provides funds and volunteers to serve the needy and elderly in the greater Fairfax City area of Fairfax County. FISH responds to requests for life's necessities: food, clothing, financial assistance for delinquent rent, mortgage, utility bills, gasoline, and prescriptions. Requests for assistance are passed on to us by the Office of Coordinated Services Planning "CSP" which is part of the Fairfax County Department of Human Services. CSP social workers screen clients to verify information and to determine whether they qualify for assistance by FISH. Pastors from member churches may make referrals.
CSP can be reached at 1.703.222.0880.
The FISH governing council sets up a monetary limit for each category dependent on funds available. FISH also sets aside funds each month that are used for clients who live outside of the immediate FISH service area.
FISH is governed by a Council composed of one representative from each member church. The Council elects officers consisting of Chair, Two Vice Chairs, Recording Secretary, and Treasurer. Monthly council meetings are held at member churches on a rotating basis.
Who We Are
Fairfax FISH, "For Immediate Sympathetic Help", is a volunteer, non profit ecumenical outreach organization founded in 1967, which comprises 14 churches located in Fairfax County in the vicinity of Fairfax City, Virginia.