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Mission and Purpose

The Falls Church Community Service Council, Inc. (FCS), established in 1969, is a coalition of churches and human service organizations in the greater Falls Church area.

The purpose of the FCS organization is to provide needed human services to poor and disadvantaged individuals and families in the Falls Church community. The assistance primarily is for short term and emergency needs with the overall mission of helping individuals and families achieve self sufficiency, an improved quality of life and avoid homelessness.

Support FCS
Sweet Frog frozen yogurt in Loehmann's Plaza will hold a fundraiser for FCS on Sunday, Nov. 30. If you present the flier or say that you support FCS when you make your purchase, a percentage of the sales will go to support FCS.

Join us for the 2014 CROP Walk to End Hunger, Sunday, Oct. 26. Registration is at 1 p.m., with the walk beginning at 1:30. The Walk begins at Lee-Graham Pool parking lot and proceeds in a loop along a 2.7 mile route (all on sidewalks). CROP Walks raise awareness of hunger and raise money to combat hunger. Last year's walk raised $13,590, one quarter of which was used by the FCS Food pantry, which delivers groceries to local families in need. The rest of the money goes to support hunger relief programs in the U.S. and around the world. . About 12 church congregations were represented and approximately 180 participants walked the 2.7 mile course along Graham Road in Falls Church. For more information, see www.cropwalk.org. Click Find a Walk and look for Falls Church.

Annual Report
The latest FCS newsletter/annual report can be found here.